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Nutrient management training program in January

Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Nutrient Management Program will offer a two-part agriculture nutrient management training school in January--for anyone interested in learning about the development of agricultural nutrient management plans or how to become a certified plan writer.

Undergraduate tuition at Univ. Mary Washington to stay same for 2023-24; other fees to rise

The University of Mary Washington Board of Visitors approved tuition and fees for the 2023-24 academic year at its May 18, 2023, meeting. Undergraduate tuition will remain the same in the coming year. Graduate tuition will increase 3 percent and the auxiliary comprehensive fee and housing and dining fees for all students will increase by 5 percent.

PWC Crime Report: April 20, 2023 - PWC teacher charged with sexual battery of student, 15

Prince William County Police report recent updates, incidents and arrests

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health America and its affiliates across the country have led the observance of May as Mental Health Awareness Month by reaching millions of people through the media, local events, and screenings. This designation raises awareness of trauma and the impact it can have on the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of children, families, and communities.

PWC Crime Report: March 31, 2023 - Juvenile charged with weapon on Gainesville HS grounds

PW County Police report recent updates and arrests.

Nonprofit BEACON to begin free learning circles April 18 for adults to learn English; sign up now

Nonprofit BEACON for English Language and Literacy is offering a new Learning Circles program to give adult learners a free opportunity to begin learning English on their own and with their peers starting Tuesday, April 18.

Public high schools must publicly ID faculty responsible for special ed planning and coordination

HB 1554, patroned by Delegate Emily Brewer and SB 943, patroned by Senator David Suetterlein, requires each public high school in the Commonwealth to publicly identify on its official website the faculty member responsible for special education transition planning and coordination at such high school.

Hylton Center gala April 28 to honor Carlos Castro and Jacquemin Family Foundation

Hylton Performing Arts Center will hold its 13th Anniversary Gala to honor contributors to the community and raise funds to continue artistic endeavors at the center.

75th Va. Camp Woods and Wildlife for ages 13-16

Camp Woods and Wildlife is a unique field-based learning experience that introduces students to natural resource careers in Virginia’s largest state forest. Students get hands-on opportunities in all things forestry, wildlife and more, guided by natural resource professionals. Every camper selected to attend receives a $300 scholarship and pays only $95 to attend the week-long residential camp.

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