Summer school registration began at all PWC Schools on Monday, March 4, 2013 for all grade levels.
Summer school registration is handled at each individual school. See registration forms below in the right column.
The summer school information and registration forms are separated by grade levels and programs:
- Elementary School (Section I), eleven elementary central summer school locations
- Middle School (Section II), three middle central summer school locations
- Art Enrichment Program (Section III), and
- High School (Section IV), one high school central summer school location-Hylton High School.
summer school registration. The summer school location could be different than the zoned summer school due to where your child will be attending SACC. Please contact the SACC office for more detailed information at 703.791.8844.
High School forms can be printed from this web page or should be available at each high school (or at the middle schools for Rising 9th graders who want to take a high school course) in the guidance office. All high school regsitration forms must be approved by the student's guidance counselor.
|Summer School Programs 2013|
Elementary and Middle School Remedial Program
The remedial program is aligned with the school year curricula and focuses on language arts and math. Students will be taught core skills and strategies with activities that keep them engaged and interested. Grades K–1 will consist of instruction in language arts. Beginning this year, students in grades 2–4 will concentrate on math and language arts.
Current fifth-grade students as well as current sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-grade students will attend the middle school program. Students will be taught in a team of three teachers, which mirrors the regular school year, in three 75-minute sessions.
For students registered in the central elementary and middle school programs, an information letter will be sent to parents by the central host summer school principal approximately one week prior to the start of summer school.
Bus stops will be posted at the host summer school location and on the PWCS transportation web page approximately one week before the start of summer school.
Registration for elementary and middle schools ends on Friday, June 7, 2013.
Late registration will be held on Friday, June 21, 2013 at each central summer school location from 9 a.m. until noon. Summer school begins on July 8, 2013 for the elementary and middle school students.
Young Picassos and Rembrandts are invited to explore “Artists in Our Community” this summer during the annual PWCS Summer Art Enrichment program. The program is open to all local-area students currently in grades 2–8. Teachers will lead students to enhance their skills and explore the visual arts through a community perspective. The program begins on Monday, July 8, and continues through Friday, July 19, hours are 9 a.m.–noon each day.
This intensive two-week program offers studio experiences beyond art instruction during the school year. Students will work with 2D and 3D media including drawing, painting, printmaking, textiles, ceramics, sculpture, and mixed media. The Office of Student Management and Alternative Programs and the Office of Student Learning/Fine & Performing Arts Program present the Summer Art Enrichment Program annually.
Registration began March 1. Students residing west of Lake Jackson will attend the program at Marsteller Middle School. Students east of Lake Jackson will attend the art program at Saunders Middle School.
The enrollment fee for county residents is $200 and $250 for non-residents. The fee must be paid in the form of a cashier’s check or money order made out to PWCS. Personal checks, cash, and credit cards will not be accepted. Transportation will be provided at satellite pick-up schools; see the registration form for specific locations.
The deadline for registration is Friday, May 10, at 3 p.m. Registration forms are available beginning March 1 from all PWCS elementary and middle school art specialists on the Arts Web site. Send the registration form and tuition to the Office of Student Learning/Fine & Performing Arts Program, PWCPS, P.O. Box 389, Manassas, VA 20108.
For additional information, please call Debbie Barnard, administrative coordinator for the arts, at 703.791.8174.
High School Program
Students in grades 9–12 may take courses for new or repeat credit.
With approval from the student’s home school administrator or designee, rising ninth-grade students (2012–13 current eighth grade students) may also take high school classes for course credit. The high school registration Form C must be completed to register for the course.
Additionally, a two-week SOL Remediation course will be held for all end-of-course tests and the SOL will be administered at the end of the class. Students enrolled in a Virginia Public School and who have passed the high school tested course may also register to take the SOL test only.
The high school summer school program information and registration form (Form C) for high school students is located in Section IV. Summer high school students will not receive information before the start of summer school.
Please check the PWCS transportation web page for the shuttle bus pick up times from each high school. Each high school will post the shuttle bus pick up and drop off times for their school approximately one week prior to the start of summer school. Upon arrival at the summer high school location, there will be staff to direct students to their classrooms.
On the first day of class information regarding the summer school program will be sent home with the student. Registration ends for the high school program on Tuesday, June 18, 2012.
Late registration will be held on Thursday, June 20 and Friday, June 21, 2013 from 9 a.m. through 12 noon at Hylton High School. Summer school classes for high school students begin Monday, June 24, 2013.
The high school summer school program at Hylton High School will offer only the classroom component of driver education. Students should complete the regular high school summer registration form C. The classroom-only portion of Driver Education will be held from June 24, 2013, through Friday, July 5, 2013 during regular summer school hours. Please remember, Thursday, July 4 is a holiday and school will not be in session.
The cost for the classroom-only portion is $140.00. Tuition is expected at the time of registration payable to PWCS in the form of a cashier’s check or money order for the classroom portion of driver education.
The Driver Education Road and Range (in-car) program is offered through your student’s school. Please contact your student’s school prior to the last day of school for road and range (in-car) program, registration and payment information.Current summer school information is listed on the right in Section IV, High School Summer Program. Information will be updated on this website as necessary.
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Updated May 21, 2013