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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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School Announcements
In Memoriam: Dana Stevenson, Speech Language Pathologist for Bennett and Mullen Elementary Schools
Dana Stevenson passed away on April 29, 2016.  She was a graduate of Hylton High School and returned to PWCS after college to work as a speech language pathologist.  She was with PWCS for approximately 15 years.  Dana touched the lives of many children during her life.  Her presence will be sorely missed.

Family and friends will be received at Mountcastle Turch Funeral Home (4143 Dale Blvd, Dale City, VA 22193) on Saturday, May 7 from 2-3 pm with a life celebration service beginning at 3 pm.


View the obituary for more information.


 

  Show your school spirit by dressing in the following:      

·        Thursday, May 5thDecades Day (Dress to represent a past decade)

·        Friday, May 6thReverse Day (Students dress like teachers and teachers dress like students)


Book Drive
We will be having a book drive to collect used books from May 2nd- May 6th. If you have any that you would like to donate, please bring them to school and drop them off at any of the designated bins.
 
The book drive will give these books to schools and the Books for America organization who will then donate them to underprivileged communities.


Click here to see flyer with information.
 
Donation Requirements All used books need to be in good condition please and that means no yellowing, no creases on the spines or covers, no dusting, water damage, mold, writing/highlighting, etc.

 
PWCS Summer School Programs
The Office of Student Management and Alternative Programs (OSMAP) provides summer academic and enrichment opportunities for students in grades K-12. The goal of the summer school program is to provide a variety of educational opportunities that serve to mitigate summer learning loss and prepare students for future learning experiences which ultimately lead to improved student achievement. 
 
Students in grades K-1 will receive instruction in language arts only. Those students in grades 2-4 will receive instruction in language arts and math.

Current middle school students, as well as rising sixth graders (current fifth graders) and rising ninth graders (current eighth graders), will attend the middle school and be taught by a team of teachers in three 75-minute rotation blocks of language arts, math, and social skills. The Student Success Academy is offered to rising sixth, current sixth, current seventh, and current eighth grade students. This one-week skill building program focuses on organization, time management, study skills, learning styles, and note taking.  This course will be taught by a professional school counselor.

Art enrichment opportunities are also available for students in grades two through eight. 

For more information please check out the pwcs.edu home page under schools tab/summer school.   

Bennett Fine Arts Night
Thursday, May 12th from 6-7:30pm
All students will have art displayed
5th Grade Strings will be performing
Chorus will be performing
 
Each student will have artwork on display in the hallways during the entire duration of the Fine Arts Night.    Feel free to wander the halls and find out what each grade level has been learning about in the art room.
 
Performances will take place in the Cafeteria.  Please see the performance times below to make sure you have a great seat to listen to some fantastic music! 

 
Performance Times by Group:
 
Group to Perform Performance Time
Strings 6:30pm
Chorus 7:00pm
Giant and Harris Teeter Bonus cards
Don't forget to link your Giant and Harris Teeter cards!  Money raised through this program goes to acquiring technology at Bennett Elementary.  

So far this school year:
  Number registered Amount Earned School ID
Giant 53 $ 1118.02 02512
Harris Teeter 50 477.84 6631

Have you registered your card yet?

 
Are you registered for Parent Portal?
If you are not registered for Parent Portal, please hover your mouse over Parent Portal on the left and then click on Parent Portal and register.  Once you have been authorized, you will receive an email. Print out the email and bring it to the school office along with photo ID during school hours.  You will then be activated at that time.

If you previously registered for Parent Portal, please log into Parent Portal to make sure that you see all of your children and their information.

Baldrige Information for Parents

Baldrige is about building learning systems in the classroom in which every member of the class (and school) is involved. Teachers work with students to take responsibility for theirown learning, so the very first thing that a teacher does with his/her students is build the culture of the classroom by creating an atmosphere of trust and acceptance.  

Click here for more information. 



Rich in History and Excellence
Bennett Elementary School has a long history of pride in learning and relationships among students, parents, and staff.  Our school focuses on a strong academic program as well as helping students succeed and build everyday relationships.  The Prince William County Curriculum, which includes the Virginia Standards of Learning, is the school's guide for instruction.  Parents are very involved and supportive of their children's education.  Staff members are highly committed professionals who believe in preparing students to function effectively in an ever-changing technological society.

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