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PWC School Board’s Jan. 17 meeting has been canceled due to bad weather

PWCS School Board meeting scheduled for this evening, Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018, has been canceled due to inclement weather.

In their own words, young writers honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Six Prince William County Public School students are winners of the fourth and fifth-grade writing contest in the 2018 celebration of life and writings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The contest was open to students from Manassas City, Manassas Park City, and Prince William County.

Freedom High School Band marches in Governor’s Inaugural Parade Jan. 13

Freedom High School "Soul Squad" Marching Eagle Band participated in the Virginia Governor's Inaugural Parade in Richmond on Saturday, Jan. 13. Only four bands across the commonwealth were selected this year, and Freedom was one of two high school bands participating.

Apply by April 2 for $2000 scholarship for 2018 graduate for research of local Civil War history

Bull Run Civil War Round Table in Centreville, Va., a 501 (3) c organization, is offering a $2000 scholarship to a public or private high school senior who resides either in Fairfax County, Prince William County, or the City of Fairfax, Manassas, or Manassas Park.

Two PWC Youth Salute students selected to attend National Town Meeting on Tomorrow

OPHS senior Brightney Varghese and Patriot HS senior Jarrett Lash were among 68 students selected to attend the National Town Meeting on Tomorrow (NTMOT) held last fall in St. Louis. The students were selected through the Youth Salute Program to represent Prince William County.

Wakefield School welcomes Chris Herren, former professional basketball player, to speak Jan. 18

Wakefield School in The Plains, is excited to announce that Chris Herren, a motivational speaker and former professional basketball player, will be speaking to Upper School's students and faculty on Jan. 18.

Latest issues and trends in forest and wildlife management focus of annual conference Feb. 24

Owners of woodlands large and small can learn how to maximize their property’s potential at the 14th annual Woods and Wildlife Conference put on by the Virginia Department of Forestry. This educational event will be held Saturday, Feb. 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at Germanna Community College’s Daniel Technology Center in Culpeper.

NOVEC and electric co-ops statewide are accepting higher-education scholarship applications

Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative and Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives are accepting applications for higher-education scholarships from public, private, and home schooled high school seniors who receive electricity from electric cooperatives. Applications for NOVEC's scholarships are due Tuesday, March 13, 2018. VMDAEC applications are due Friday, Feb. 9, 2018. Students may apply for both scholarships.

Osbourn High School to dedicate gym floor in honor of beloved coach the late Barry Sudduth

“Coach Sudduth gave nearly 40 years of his life to Osbourn and this community,” said Ira DeGrood, OHS athletic director. “He was the ultimate example of what an OHS Eagle is and our committee felt that naming the court in his honor would allow his name to live on in the building he loved so much.”

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