Our Return to Learn portal contains valuable information and resources as Prince George County Public Schools prepares to resume instruction in a manner that continues to provide quality education to all of our students in-person or remotely while protecting the health and safety of our children, their families, and the community. Click the image above to be taken to the main homepage or click the links below for more information.

LATEST INFORMATION:

Preparing to Safely Welcome More Students Back to Campus
School Board Presentation (11/2/2020) - CLICK HERE TO VIEW

- PGCPS Instructional Plan for 2020-21 -  CLICK HERE

- PGCPS Health Mitigation Plan -  CLICK HERE

- Return to Learn Plan Frequently Asked Questions - CLICK HERE

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CLICK HERE: RETURN TO LEARN PORTAL

News and Information

2022-27 Comprehensive Plan Town Hall Meetings

Join us for a series of Town Hall Meetings aimed at garnering community feedback as Prince George County Public Schools develops the 2022-2027 Comprehensive Plan. This plan serves as a long-range roadmap that uses data collection and analysis to develop strategic goals and initiatives aimed at improving classroom instruction and student achievement within our schools over the coming years.

CLICK HERE for more information & meeting dates.

Virtual-Remote Learner Meal Pick Up Form

100% Virtual-Remote Learner Families: Breakfast and lunch are available free of charge to children 18 & younger regardless of enrollment in Prince George County Public Schools, beginning Friday, September 18. CLICK HERE for more information about the feeding program and to access the meal pick-up form.

Follow Prince George Athletics from Home!

Don't miss out on Prince George Sports! Visit the Prince George High School Athletics website for details on this week's games & how you can watch live from the comfort of home!

MORE: https://prince-george-high-school.echalksites.com/athletics

Follow the latest news from Prince George Co. Public Schools

Don't miss the latest news and announcements from Prince George County Public Schools. Be sure to visit our Media Releases page to learn more about what's happening within our schools and across the school division! CLICK HERE to see our 2020 archive of news releases!

PGCPS Preschool
Information & Applications for Preschool - CLICK HERE

Latest PGCPS News

  • Join Us For Our Upcoming 2022-27 Comprehensive Plan Town Hall Meetings

    Join us for a series of Town Hall Meetings aimed at garnering community feedback as Prince George County Public Schools develops the 2022-2027 Comprehensive Plan. This plan serves as a long-range roadmap that uses data collection and analysis to develop strategic goals and initiatives aimed at improving classroom instruction and student achievement within our schools over the coming years.

    CLICK HERE for more information & meeting dates.

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  • Mr. Scott Girolmo Selected as Prince George High School’s New Head Football Coach, Health/PE Teacher

    Prince George County Public Schools is pleased to announce the selection of Mr. Scott Girolmo as Prince George High School's new health and physical education teacher and head football coach beginning July 1, 2021. Visit our 'MEDIA RELEASES' page to learn more about Mr. Girolmo!

    LATEST PGCPS NEWS: https://www.pgs.k12.va.us/mediareleases

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  • PGCPS Free Meals Program to Continue Through End of 2020-2021 School Year Following Extensions

    Prince George County’s Public Schools’ Free Meals Program will continue through the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year following action by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) that extended a number of flexibilities to program operators, allowing them to continue serving free meals to children well into next year.

    MORE INFO: Read Our Latest News Release (PDF)

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  • PGCPS Delights Local Elementary Students and Families During Storybook Character Drive-Thru Parade Event

    Prince George County Public Schools, in partnership with the James River Junior Woman’s Club, a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, were able to bring the fun of trick-or-treating safely to hundreds of the county’s elementary-aged students during a special Storybook Character Drive-Thru Parade event at Prince George High School Thursday evening.

    READ MORE: CLICK HERE (PDF)   |  PICTURES:  CLICK HERE (Facebook)

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  • Harrison, Walton Elementary Receive Purple Star Designation For Excellence in Supporting Military Families

    Prince George County Public Schools’ David A. Harrison and William A. Walton Elementary Schools have been selected to receive the 2020 Virginia Purple Star Designation from the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) and the Virginia Council on the Interstate Compact on the Educational Opportunity of Military Children in recognition of both schools' commitment to serving students and families connected to the military.

    READ MORE: PGCPS Media Releases Homepage

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  • Valuable Information About Appomattox Regional, Maggie L. Walker Governor's Schools Available on Our Website

    Did your family miss the Governor's School Awareness Night or simply want more information about the Appomattox Regional Governor's School or Maggie Walker Governor's School? CLICK HERE for valuable information and other resources for those interested in applying or learning more about what our regional governor's schools have to offer our students.

    LINK » http://www.pgs.k12.va.us/governorsschools

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  • Newly Released State Data Shows Over 93 Percent of PGCPS’ Class of 2020 Graduated on Time

    Newly released data from the Virginia Department of Education has revealed Prince George County Public Schools’ on-time graduation rate rose to 93 percent in 2020, with more than nine out of ten students who entered the ninth grade during the 2016-2017 school year earning a diploma and graduating from high school within four years. 

    Find out more in our latest news release » https://resource.echalk.com/sr/T0miWe20

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Upcoming School Board Meeting Info

The Prince George School Board will conduct a Town Hall meeting on Thursday, January 21, 2021 at the Prince George High School Commons beginning at 6:00 p.m.

The purpose of this meeting is to receive input from the community to develop the 2022-2027 Comprehensive Plan.  The plan serves as a long-range roadmap that uses data collection and analysis to develop strategic goals and initiatives aimed at improving classroom instruction and student achievement within our schools over the coming years. 

SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA 

This meeting is for the families of N.B. Clements Junior High School and Prince George High School students - Grades 9-12 (or families may attend a different night if unable to attend scheduled night).

Pursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order 72, dated December 10, 2020, face coverings are required for all patrons and visitors. All individuals aged five and older must cover their mouths and nose with a face covering, described and recommended by the CDC, if they are in an indoor setting shared by others. We will also make the meeting available to the public through electronic communication means which will permit participants to connect and participate during the meeting.  The meeting link will be posted to the division’s webpage (https://www.pgs.k12.va.us/) on Thursday, January 21, 2021  under the News and Information Section.

A recording of the meeting will also be available on our website for your review after the meeting.

Additional meeting dates follow (or families may attend a different night if unable to attend scheduled night):

February 11, 2021 Families of J.E.J. Moore Middle and N.B. Clements Junior High School students (Grades 6-8)

February 18, 2021 Families of all elementary school-aged students (Grades PK-5)

 

Prince George School Board
 (left to right) Chris Johnson, Jill Andrews, Cecil Smith, Sherry Taylor, Rob Eley