ATTENTION:
Due to the second confirmed case of the Coronavirus in Prince George County, the School Board has decided to postpone its meeting on Monday, March 30 to Monday, April 27, 2020. Meeting on April 27 will still allow the School Board to meet critical issue deadlines. This postponement is to keep all of our staff safe and prevent the risk of transmission and community spread. Your understanding at this time is greatly appreciated.

Most recent closure updates

 New! Instructional Plan update 3/25/2020 

School Closure update 3/23/2020 

Frequently Asked Questions About PGCPS & Coronavirus (COVID-19)  

Student Breakfast and Lunch Program
We are providing breakfast and lunch Monday, Tuesday and Thursday for all students who have signed up!  If you would like to be added to the list, register here.

At-Home Online Learning Resources

Elementary Resources 
J.E.J Moore Middle School Resources
N.B. Clements Resources 
Prince George High School Resources 
To ensure students can continue learning during school closures, we are providing resources to maintain skills and reinforce previously taught content.  These assignments will not be graded but we highly encourage you to have your child complete some activities to help students maintain mastery.  We want students to stay engaged with the curriculum that they have been working on to date. Use the links below to access our At-Home Online Learning Resources.

News

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    Meal Planning During School Closure

    All Parents/Guardians of Students Attending Prince George County Public Schools,

    With the school closure due to COVID-19, the Prince George County Food & Nutrition Services and Transportation Department have devised a plan to make sure ALL students who attend Prince George County Public Schools will have breakfast and lunch each weekday.  Meal pick up and drop off will be available from 11:00 am-12:00 pm.  In order for us to plan accordingly, please fill out the questionnaire below prior to Monday, March 16, 2020 at 10:00 pm.  Thank you.
     
    Prince George County Public Schools
  • Donated Dinners for Prince George Students and Their Families

    Wonderful news for our Prince George Families!  Mr. and Mrs. Luis and Carmen Pedraza, owners of Morelia Mexican Restaurant and Luca Italian Restaurant, have offered to partner with Prince George County Public Schools to help our families with dinner on Wednesday and Thursday evening. 

    On Wednesday evening beginning at 5:00 p.m., 300 dinners of chicken and cheese quesadillas with rice will be available for pickup for free at Morelia Mexican Restaurant for Prince George students and their famllies.  These will be available on a first-come, first served basis until all 300 meals have been shared.

    On Thursday evening beginning at 5:00 p.m., 300 dinners of spaghetti with meat sauce with bread will be available for pickup for free at Luca Italian Restaurant for Prince George students and their famllies.  These will be available on a first-come, first served basis until all 300 meals have been shared.

    If your family is interested in placing additional orders for purchase, the restaurants will be open.  However, no purchase is required to receive the meals they have donated for our families!

    A very special Thank  You from Prince George County Public Schools for helping us care for our community!

    Prince George County Public Schools
  • Prince George County Public Schools will be closed for students from Monday, March 16th, through Friday, March 27th.

    March 13, 2020

    Good afternoon, Prince George Families.

    As you are aware, Prince George County Public Schools’ officials have been closely monitoring the evolving circumstances surrounding COVID-19.   We have been in close contact with the Virginia Department of Health officials including the Director of the Crater Health Department and the nurse responsible for the area of Communicable Disease for our district.  Additionally, we have been collaborating with the Virginia Department of Education, Prince George County Administration, and the Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator. 

    Prince George County Public Schools has been closely following the guidance of the Crater Health Department and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).   The CDC provides recommendations for when closure of schools should be considered.  These include when the division has a case or cases that are school based for cleaning and contact tracing, in response to significant absences of staff or students, or as part of a larger community mitigation strategy for jurisdictions with large scale community transmission significantly impacting health care staffing.

    While Prince George County Public Schools has not experienced any identified cases of COVID-19, Governor Northam, as part of a larger community mitigation strategy, has made the determination to close all schools for a minimum of two weeks.  This action has been taken to maintain the health and safety of Virginians and to minimize exposure to COVID-19.

    All Prince George County Public Schools will be closed for students from Monday, March 16th, through Friday, March 27th

    Prince George County Public Schools realizes that this decision will place a burden on some of our families, especially those who depend on our school nutrition programs for access to healthy food for their children.  Staff are working to develop a plan to provide meals to students who qualify for free and reduced lunch during this closure.  We will send more information to families who need this as soon as possible.

    While monitoring this evolving and unprecedented situation, our teachers have already started developing plans for continuity of instruction while students are out.  More information for accessing these resources will be shared with you soon. 

    Thank you for your understanding while we work through these difficult times as a community.

    Lisa Pennycuff

    Division Superintendent

     

    Prince George County Public Schools
  • PGCPS Staff to report 3/16 & 3/17

    All faculty and staff including Teachers, Para-educators, Nurses, Food Service, Maintenance, Custodians, and Bus Drivers will need to report to work on Monday and Tuesday.  Please report to work during the hours you would normally report if the students were with us.

    These days will be used for heavy cleaning, finalizing plans for the continuity of instruction, and meal service. 

    By early next week, we will make determinations for the remainder of next week.

    Thank you for your assistance as we work through this as a community.

    Prince George County Public Schools
  • School Calendar Adjustment

    Prince George County Public Schools builds ten days into our calendar annually for inclement weather.  As of March 2, 2020, the school division has only used two of those days.

    The following days have been approved by the School Board as calendar adjustments:

    Friday, April 3rd: Friday before Spring Break - No School for Students, Faculty, or Staff

     Friday, May 22nd: Friday before Memorial Day - No School for Students, Faculty, or Staff

     Friday, June 12th - No School for Students/Teacher Work Day

    Prince George County Public Schools
  • Field trips cancelled through the end of April

    Dear Prince George Families,

    As the situation around COVID-19 evolves, we are meeting daily to discuss updates and plans.

    In an effort to safeguard the health and safety of our community, field trips will be cancelled through the end of April.  We will continue to evaluate our circumstances and make future decisions with all of the information available to us. 

    Thank you for your support and understanding as we work through this as a community.

    Thank you,

    Lisa Pennycuff, Ed.D.
    Division Superintendent
    Prince George County Public Schools
    6410 Courts Drive
    Prince George, Virginia 23875
    (804) 733-2700

    Prince George County Public Schools
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