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Focus on Virginia agriculture this week - a $70 billion industry employing 334,000 people

Governor Ralph Northam has issued a proclamation declaring the week of May 19–25, 2019 as Virginia Agriculture Week in the Commonwealth.

PACE has a village to add to community

PACE West school has many community partners who make good things happen at the Haymarket facility.

Patriot PTSA makes a pioneering effort

Parents of students at Prince William County's newest high school, Patriot, work to get the Parent Teacher Student Association up and running at the Nokesville school.

Get the lowdown on college financial aid

A projected schedule of financial aid workshops starts Dec. 8 and runs through April 12.

Robinson lights students’ science interests

Stonewall Jackson High School graduate Emily Robinson, who works at Woodbridge Senior High School, is looking for unique (and tried-and-true) ways to ignite students' passion for science.

College info night in Woodbridge

Northern Virginia Community College officials will present "College Night in Virginia" designed for anyone who wants to attend college. On Nov. 7 munch on pizza, hear talks on various college topics, put name in hat for scholarship drawing.

BHS & FPHS pilot Microsoft Academy

Battlefield and Forest Park high schools, home to Prince William County’s two Information Technology (IT) Specialty Programs, are among 30 high schools statewide selected to pilot the Microsoft IT Academy Program.

BHS hosted marching band battle

About 20 marching bands from throughout Northern Virginia came to compete at Battlefield High School during high winds to show their stuff. Battlefield sponsored the program, but did not compete. Fauquier’s Kettle Run High School took first place in the Class A division.

Take a look at new math books proposed in Prince William

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Two of the math books being evaluated (courtesy photo)
Prince William County Va. Schools are evaluating new books for mathematics. Until Dec. 21, the public has a chance to review and comment on the proposed textbooks, which cover from kindergarten math to calculus.

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