PWC Schools Using Taxpayer Money To Lobby For Higher Taxes

Notice anything unusual about these websites? Go to any Prince William County school website and you will see the same message repeated at the top of EVERY SINGLE PAGE on the website about the county budget. Click on the “Read more” link and you’ll be brought to a page on the school administration’s main website … More PWC Schools Using Taxpayer Money To Lobby For Higher Taxes

PWC School Board Sets An Example For Our Supervisors To Follow

Our accolades to the majority of the Prince William County school board who voted to study moving to a zero-based budget process (h/t The Derecho and PWC Education Reform Blog.) Chairman Milt Johns and Board members Lisa Bell, Betty Covington, Steve Keen, Alyson Satterwhite, and Gil Trenum each deserve our thanks.  In light of the … More PWC School Board Sets An Example For Our Supervisors To Follow

Stewart & Caddigan – Fools for School Pools

From InsideNOVA: Supporters of a controversial indoor-swimming pool facility proposed for Prince William County’s 12th high school can count two elected officials among their ranks: Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart and Supervisor Maureen Caddigan. In interviews this week, both Stewart, R-At Large, and Caddigan, R-Potomac, expressed their support for the $10.5 million aquatics center … More Stewart & Caddigan – Fools for School Pools

Political Correctness has taken over TJHSST

Over the last few years, the admission office at TJHSST has tried valiantly to make the school the perfect mix of races, and intelligence.  TJ can only admit 450 students a year while more than 3,000 apply.   In the school’s never ending, politically correct, race based goals, the admission office now admits  at least one-third of the students … More Political Correctness has taken over TJHSST