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Budget Uncertainty
Important info from School Board Chairman Ryan Sawyers reveals the stakes around the May 6 Board of County Supervisors meeting that will decide if funding will support the unanimously-passed 2016-17 School Board budget for educating 88,000 PWCS students. Click for the facts  


 
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Parent Night at Reagan Middle School

Ronald Wilson Reagan Middle School 

Rising 6th Grade 

Parent Information Night

Who:         Parents of rising 6th graders

What:       Information session regarding student transition to Reagan Middle School for the 2016-2017 school year

Where:     Ronald Wilson Reagan Middle School

                15801 Tanning House Place

                Haymarket, VA 20169

 When:     Thursday, May 5th, 2016

                6:30 pm in the RRMS cafeteria

*Building tours will be given at the conclusions of the presentation.
 


Staff Appreciation Week


Our PTA is organizing Staff Appreciation Week the week of May 2 – 6th.

 It’s a time to recognize and honor our teachers and staff.  If you would like to show your appreciation, please come help with the week’s activities.

 http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a4ba5a82ba7f49-hooray

 


 

SOL Testing

Here is the 2016 SOL Schedule for Alvey Elementary.
 
May 9
No Testing
May 10
4th Grade
Reading
May 11
5th Grade
Reading
May 12
3rd Grade
Reading Pt. 1
May 13
3rd Grade
Reading Pt. 2
May 16
4th Grade
Virginia Studies
May 17
5th Grade
Science
May 18
3rd Grade
Math
May 19
5th Grade
Math
May 20
4th Grade
Math


 
Summer STEM Camps
Battlefield iLite Robotics is hosting summer STEM camps.  These 4 day camps are run during the weeks of June 20th and June 27th. Students can participate in
Lego EV3 Robotics Grades K-4
Lego EV3 Robotics Grades 4+
Matter Hackers Grades 1-4
Basics of Programming Grade 3+
Imagination Infusion  Grades 4-6
Intro to Java Grade 3+ (with Programming Experience)

Click here for more information and to register online.
 
Kindergaten Registration

Parents may register their kindergarten students during Alvey office hours.  Students who will be five years of age or older by September 30 are eligible for enrollment in kindergarten. Registration will take place for those students who reside within Alvey Elementary School boundaries. 
 
Kindly bring the following documents with you:
1. The student’s original birth certificate.
2. Three proofs of residence (one must be a copy of the deed, rental or lease agreement, or a notarized Affidavit of Residency attesting to bona fide residency in Prince William County). Other examples of proofs of residency include utility bills, voter registration, driver’s license, etc.
3. A valid immunization record signed by a healthcare professional and a comprehensive physical exam that MUST BE DATED AFTER August 29, 2015. You may bring this information to us any time prior to the start of school.

Click here to download the registration packet.

 

 
From the Cafeteria
Eat Your Colors!
Eat school lunch and taste the rainbow! No, we’re not talking about Skittles here… we mean fruits and vegetables! A colorful plate tastes even better than it looks, and your school cafeteria offers a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables every day. But do you know why everyone tells you to “eat your colors”?
Phytonutrients are found in plants. They offer many different health benefits, while also providing fruits and vegetables with distinct flavors and COLORS! So which colors offer which phytonutrients, and what do they do for your body?
RED fruits and vegetables have lycopene and anthocyanins which help your organs and circulatory system stay healthy. ORANGE fruits and vegetables are rich in beta carotene, a precursor to Vitamin A, and antioxidants. They help support your immune system and protect your body against cell damage. GREEN fruits and vegetables get their color from chlorophyll, which helps your body eliminate toxins. PURPLE fruits and vegetables contain tons of antioxidants that raise your good cholesterol and support brain health.
The list doesn’t stop there, which means you need to eat many different colors of fruits and vegetables to get all of the nutrients your body needs! How colorful was your plate today?


 
Our school recognized for helping PWCS save money and the environment.
Money not spent on energy costs can be better invested in the classroom. Read more.



 

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