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King William High School NHS Helps Keep Route 30 Clean

     Members of the King William High School (KWHS) National Honor Society (HNS) as well as parent and teacher volunteers spent their Saturday, March 28, 2015, picking up litter along a two-mile stretch of Route 30. The group of 30 volunteers collected over 50 bags of trash during the recent clean-up. The NHS adopted a portion of the roadway eleven years ago and has been cleaning it diligently ever since.    

     The Adopt-a-Highway program was created by the Virginia Department of Transportation in an effort to keep our roads clean and to provide volunteers with a rewarding opportunity to show pride in their community.  Families, businesses, civic and church groups are encouraged to participate.  To find out which roads are in need of adoption, visit VDOT’s website at www.VDOT.Virginia.gov.

Forensics Team Wins Conference 33 Championship

King William High School brought home the trophy as Conference 33 Champions once again. While VHSL Forensics competition does not begin until February of the school year, competitors begin practicing as early as October.  Choice of material is crucial as well as long hours rehearsing and refining interpretive movement and overall interpretation of pieces. 

There are ten categories in which to compete and schools can send a maximum of seventeen competitors.  This year we had Bray Pitts in Extemporaneous, Garrison Rouse in Impromptu, Logan Mohr and Jazz Booker in Poetry, Kendra Ellis and Emani Johnson in Prose, Matthew Williams and Rachel Groover in Humorous Duo, Safia Nizami and Ronnie Pannell in Serious Duo, Jennie Dinh in Humorous Interpretation, Winter Haigler in Serious Interpretation, Tyler Wright in Storytelling, and Sydney Ayscue in Original Oratory. 

Eight competitors moved forward to Regionals where King William placed third.  We were fortunate to have five competitors for States.  With the three finalists, Bray Pitts (top six in the state), Tyler Wright (top six in the state)  and Kendra Ellis, we approached States to battle out amongst the six best in each category.  Kendra Ellis placed first in the State for Prose.  We congratulate this team for their success and for being so very supportive of their fellow team mates.

Agrium's Seed Survivor Mobile Classroom Visits AES

Agrium’s Seed Survivor Mobile Classroom visited Acquinton Elementary this week!  This interactive learning experience encouraged third grade students to master the elements that plants need to grow.  Seed Survivor is a free, curriculum-based program that tours North America year-round.  

AES Students Participate in MSIC Lessons

Teachers from the Math Science innovation Center brought lessons to both Cool Spring and Acquinton students during the month of March to enhance the regular math and science curriculum.

Summer classes for rising 4th-9th grade students are also available through the MSiC Camp Innovation. Registration is now open at mymsic.org.


Hamilton-Holmes Student Places First at MSiC
 Congratulations to seventh grader Emily Webb for taking first place in the You Be The Chemist Challenge sponsored by the Math Science innovation Center on Saturday, March 21.  Emily will go on to participate in the State level of the Challenge in Suffolk, Virginia in April.  
King William was well represented at the Challenge.  Emily was joined by eighth grader Danielle Brown and AES fifth grader Chris Flores, the only elementary school student to compete in the MSiC local challenge.
The Challenge, provided by the Chemical Education Foundation, "is a fun and interactive academic competition that engages grade 5–8 students in learning about important chemistry concepts and their real-world applications."  

AES Students Drive to Victory at Arena Racing Event

On Friday evening two Acquinton Elementary School students won first and second place in the Arena Racing youth event at the Richmond Colliseum in front of a crowd filled with their classmates and families.  During the week the school recognized the drivers, and on Wednesday the drivers brought their cars for their classmates to see and the owner of Arena Racing spoke with the students.     



Special Education Advisory Committee Notice

Please come join our Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) and Community Agencies for a meeting on Thursday, April 2, 2015 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Click here to view a copy of the flyer.

First Graders Perform at Cool Spring Primary

First grade students performed "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing" in two performances on Thursday, March 19, 2015.  Songs from various countries around the world were included.  Cool Spring's own second grade teacher Bunnie Brown performed a solo of "The Star-Spangled Banner".

KWHS Softball Team Ranked in Top 5 Teams

Click here to view a copy of the article in The Richmond Times Dispatch where the King William HIgh School softball team was ranked in the top 5 teams to watch this season.

Girl Scouts Participate in Pledge of Allegiance Activity

Girl scouts from Acquinton Elementary School and Hamilton-Holmes Middle School recited the pledge of allegiance during morning announcements in recognition of the 103rd birthday of the Girl Scouts.  The Girl Scout birthday is March 12.

Kindergarten Registration - April 16, 2015

Kindergarten registration will be on April 16th at Cool Spring Primary School.  (Additional details will be shared at a later date.)


King William County Schools is proud to announce that all of our schools received notice that they have received Full Accreditation.  The School Board recognized each principal and school at their meeting on September 16, 2014 and thanked everyone for their dedication to the students of King William County.

Employee of the Month

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School Board Meetings

The next meeting of the King William County School Board will be held on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 beginning with the regular meeting at 6:00 p.m. with a Closed Session with the Regular Meeting immediately following. The agenda for this meeting will be available for public view on Saturday, April 18, 2015. To view a copy of the agenda, please click the link provided here.  http://www.boarddocs.com/vsba/kwcps/Board.nsf

The King William County School Board does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, disability, or other basis prohibited by state law relating to discrimination in its employment practices or educational programs and activities. In addition, the Board supports equal access to educational opportunities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

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