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Two Prince William students competed in the regional Poetry Out Loud competition on Friday, Feb. 5.
Event part of NOVA's recognition of Black History Month.
Board members complain about superintendent's lack of documentation.
Hundreds of parents and students of all ages attended the Hay Maker STEM expo at Battlefield High School on Saturday, Feb. 6.
All Prince William County Public Schools evening activities have been cancelled for Friday, Feb. 12 due to predicted weather conditions.
Northern Virginia Community College President Scott Ralls named Molly Lynch as acting provost for NOVA’s Manassas campus while a search is conducted for a new provost to replace Roger Ramsammy.
The State Theatre continues to showcase its mission of inclusion, access, and sustainability by adding theatre classes for all school age children, as well as something for adults. This new initiative is being formally called State Theatre Educational Programs (STEPs) and is a cornerstone of the new community arts center that new Executive Director Steven Barker is putting into play.
Culpeper County Public Schools will be adopting Pre‐Calculus, Calculus, and Meteorology textbooks on the high school level and is seeking input from students, parents, teachers, and other community members.