Culpeper Education News
As street gangs stake claims on Fauquier County, law officers and schools labor to pull them out by the roots.
Leadership Prince William members recently hosted a Labor Day Spectacular for residents, staff and volunteers at the SERVE emergency shelter in Manassas. The event included a free picnic lunch, carnival and video games, face painting, bingo, music, prizes and more.
Stonewall Jackson High School will hold is annual fundraising drive, called Tag Day, on Saturday, September 14, 2013. Affectionately known as the "Spirit of Stonewall Jackson High School," students will be going door to door, dressed in their marching attire, asking for donations to support the band. This is the major source of funding for all band events, including sheet music, band instruments, performances, transportation to competitions, uniforms, etc.
So we have a little time before deer season, what’s a hunter to do? Certainly not sit around and vacuum the house. If you are not working hard on food plots, cutting shooting lanes or setting up scout cameras, you might take this small game challenge.
A Police Department Reconstruction Team will be in front of Hylton High School tomorrow, Tuesday, between 9 a.m. and noon for review of the fatal crash that occurred on Friday. School officials have asked the media to inform the public about the review team so that anyone who sees the police will not be alarmed.
Write by the Rails, the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Writers Club, recently recognized winners of the chapter writing contest – the first tier of the VWC’s annual Golden Nib Contest.
Of 178 networking local writers, there were 20 entries in the chapter contest (eight fiction, five nonfiction and seven poetry entries).
Brandywine is further impacted as encampments from the Union and Confederate armies threaten its doors in August 1862.
Stonewall Jackson High School in Manassas one of the few schools in Prince William County that consistently operates under capacity, though just barely, year after year.
It's not quite a new day in Nokesville just yet but its dawn is starting to poke out over the Blue Ridge mountains. The Brentsville District varsity football team put up its most competitive showing in over 20 games on opening night Friday in Nokesville, falling 20-14 against visiting Manassas Park.
For the first time since 2010, the projected student body at Brentsville District High School is set to actually grow this fall.
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