PGCPS Comprehensive Plan

Helping Chart the Future of Prince George County Public Schools

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.

Your input is valuable in shaping the future of Prince George County Public Schools, so please make time to join us in-person or virtually for one of our upcoming Town Hall Meetings. If you can't make it to your scheduled meeting date, feel free to attend another session.

Location: Prince George High School Commons, 7801 Laurel Spring Road, Prince George, Va., 23875

Meeting Dates:

January 21, 2021 at 6 p.m. - Families of N.B. Clements Junior High & Prince George High School Students (Grades 9-12)

February 11, 2021 at 6 p.m. - Families of J.E.J. Moore Middle &  N.B. Clements Junior High School Students (Grades 6-8)

February 18, 2021 at 6 p.m. - Families of Elementary School-aged Students (Grades PK-5)

MORE INFORMATION:

Prince George County Public Schools' 2016-2021 Comprehensive Plan is available on our website for review. You can access it by clicking HERE to view digitally.

In-Person Participation: Those attending any of the Town Hall Meetings in person will need to adhere to the guidelines of Executive Order 72, which requires all individuals aged five and older to cover their mouth and nose with a face covering as described and recommended by the CDC if they are in an indoor setting shared by others. 

Online Participation: Details for those wishing to attend the Town Hall Meetings virtually will be posted closer to each meeting date.

What is a Comprehensive Plan?

Virginia Code §22.1-253.13:6 requires public school divisions to develop a comprehensive, unified long-range plan based on data collection, an analysis of the data, and how the data will be utilized to improve classroom instruction and student achievement.

This plan is to be developed with staff and community involvement and shall include, or be consistent with, all other division-wide plans required by state and federal laws and regulations. The plan is required to include the following components:

  • Objectives
  • Assessment of Achievement
  • Enrollment Forecast
  • Plan for Projecting and Managing Enrollment Changes
  • Evaluation of Regional Programs
  • Technology Plan
  • Needs Assessment
  • Corrective Action Plan (If Required)

A report is to be presented by each school board to the public by November 1 of each odd-numbered year on the extent to which the objectives of the division-wide comprehensive plan have been met during the previous two school years.

Community Involvement 

As part of the Comprehensive Plan, the community is engaged as part of an assessment of the needs of the school division and evidence of community participation, including parental participation, in the development of the plan. Additionally, the plan must include a Family Engagement Plan that details efforts to foster parent and family involvement. This plan would include strategies for building successful school and parent partnerships that will be developed with both staff and community involvement, including parental participation.