Teaching at Walton Elementary, Mrs. Holt served an important role in the lives of students as they returned to in-person learning following the nearly two years of hybrid learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Upon their return, Mrs. Holt helped students rekindle their love of physical education and being active with their classmates.
News & Announcements
Prince George County Public Schools' 2022-23 School Year Calendar is now available for viewing and download on the division's website following the Prince George School Board's approval of the 12-month calendar on Monday, March 7, 2022.
Community submissions are now being accepted through Friday, June 3. Read the following article for more information on how you can submit your suggestions to the division and Prince George School Board.
In Pictures: PGCPS Feet Meet Benefiting Special Olympics Virginia Brings Community Together for Good Cause
On Wednesday, April 20, 2022, Prince George County Public Schools hosted its third annual Feet Meet benefiting Special Olympics Virginia, bringing students and the community together for a full day of activities and fellowship!
Our division is proud to serve the educational needs of military-connected students and celebrate them throughout the month of April for their daily sacrifices and the challenges they overcome.
On Monday, March 28, the Prince George School Board approved a pair of calendar adjustments for the 2021-22 School Year. While approved, both adjustments are pending no additional inclement weather days are necessary.
May 2, 2022
A tradition for J.E.J. Moore Middle School and the Prince George community continued as the school held its annual Memorial Day Tribute Thursday morning in the school's memorial gardens.
On Tuesday, March 15, 2022, the Prince George School Board welcomed dozens of Prince George County Public Schools students, coaches, and advisors to a special celebration recognizing their achievements over the last several months.
Beginning Monday, March 14, 2022, parents and visitors will be welcome back inside our schools as COVID-19 regulations continue to ease. Upon arrival, parents and visitors will need to report to the office to sign in with an ID card and receive a visitor’s badge.