Tag Archives: Prince William County School Board Meetings

Has CRT Come to Prince William County Schools?

Critical Race Theory (CRT) can succeed in our schools only when parents, grandparents, teachers and local citizens are unaware of what it is and what it is doing in their own school systems and communities. Before he retired and perhaps … Continue reading

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Prince William County School Board Highlights – PWCS Have A New Superintendent

Prince William County Schools (PWCS) have a new superintendent! LaTanya McDade will begin her new assignment on July 1, assuming the responsibilities vacated by Dr. Steven Walts, who retires as superintendent on June 30, 2021. Mrs. McDade was unanimously recognized … Continue reading

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Prince William County School Board Highlights – Five Days a Week Beginning the 2021-22 School Year

So that families and students can plan ahead, the Prince William County School Board at its March 17 meeting asked Dr. Steven Walts to develop a five-day-a-week in-person learning proposal for students beginning the 2021-22 school year. He will present … Continue reading

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