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May 4 - 8, Teacher Appreciation Week

Please join in recognizing and thanking our teachers for the outstanding job that they do. Teaching is a profession like no other. While teaching requires dedication, hard work, charisma, and intelligence, it also requires more unique qualities like the ability to strike the delicate balance between discipline and freedom, the capacity to encourage individuals whilst considering what is best for the group, and most of all it requires a genuine desire and willingness to care for others. 

King William County Public Schools is fortunate to have an excellent teaching staff.  

2014-15 Parent Involvement Survey

The Virginia Depatment of Education (VDOE) is pleased to announce that the 2014-15 Parent Involvement Survey for the Annual Performance Report, Indicator 8 is ready for dissemination and collection. The collection window for the survey will begin immediately and exten until September 30, 2015. You may access the survey by clicking the link here:

AES Students Participate in Lesson on Measurement

Third graders in Ms. Cassidy and Ms. Longest’s class enjoyed a delicious lesson on measurement!  First, students created colorful paper tacos with their choices of toppings and graphed the tacos according to topping favorites.  

Tdap Clinic for Rising 6th Graders-May 11
A notice was issued to ALL parents of rising 6th graders last Friday (4/24/15). Those documents included an informational flyer entitled a Vaccine Information Statement (page 1 and page 2) (page 1 Spanish and page 2 Spanish) including Q & A, explanation of potential risks, and contact to learn more from the Center for Disease Control (CDC). In addition, a 2015 STUDENT Tdap VACCINATION CONSENT FORM  (Spanish) is provided from the Virginia Department of Health stating the parent "read...and understands the risks and benefits to receive the Tdap vaccine (shot)." 

HHMS Students Celebrate "Teen Tech Night"

Students in 7th and 8th grade Language Arts classes celebrated the American Library Association’s “Teen Tech Night” by sharing their “book trailers” to a packed audience at the Upper King William branch of the Pamunkey Regional Library.  Book trailers are somewhere between movie trailers that preview new titles and book reports in a digital format.


Never Too Young to Set Goals

Acquinton Elementary School (AES) is in the business of teaching students the importance of “goal setting” and demonstrating the impact a realistic goal can have on an individual.  During a district professional development session, the teachers of King William County Public Schools were given the opportunity to discuss one of John Hattie’s high yield strategies: goal-setting. The workshop focused on how to better equip students to set realistic educational goals.  One thing teachers are finding is that the students are unsure how to set a goal and then take the proper steps to attain that goal.  Third grade teachers are working hard to help change that.



CSPS Students Celebrate Earth Day
On Wednesday, April 22nd, students at Cool Spring Primary School celebrated Earth Day.  In honor of Earth Day, each student took home their very own Loblolly Pine tree sapling.  Teachers led various classroom activities related to renewable resources.  Approximately 1,200 pine trees were donated to students by Tidewater Lumber Corporation in Tappahannock, Virginia.  

Request for Proposal Chromebooks

The King William County School Board is seeking bids for Chromebooks with support. The school division has devleoped a set of specifications that are listed in the Request for Proposal (RFP). All proposals are due in the School Board Office by 2:00 p.m. on Friday, May 15, 2015, at which time they will be publicly opened. For other particulars, please contact Dr. Mark Jones at 769-3434, ext. 501.

The King William County School Board does not illegally discriminate in its procurement practices. To view a copy of the Request for Propsal, CLICK HERE

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2015-16 Budget Highlights


AES Inducts New Gentlemen's Club Members

Acquinton Elementary School inducted 14 young men into the Gentlemen's Club on Thursday, April 2, 2015. These students were donned with "GC" neckties by their sponsors. The Gentlemen's Club was established 5 years ago at AES to support the character development and growth of students.


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.

School Board Meetings

The next meeting of the King William County School Board will be held on Tuesday, May 19, 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, May 16, 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.

To view the full Assurance Statement and Non-Discrimination & Equal Employment Notice, please


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