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Power Up Edcamp at Ashland
Click here to learn more about Power Up Edcamp, a local professional learning opportunity for all educators, administrators, and central office happening right here at Ashland Elementary on August 17th! Open to educators at all levels, in PWCS and beyond!

Drone Flyover Video

Take a Look at #AshlandSOAR

2015 - 2016 Classroom Supply Lists
Please click the link below to access the "2015 - 2016 Classroom Supply Lists".

Classroom Supply Lists

Sensory-Friendly Movies
Sensory-Friendly Movies are playing at two local theaters every month. These films are shown with the lights up, sound down, and viewers are allowed to talk, sing, and move out of their seats during the show. Please share with families that may have sensory-related disabilities so that they can enjoy a movie together! 

AMC Potomac Mills 18 in Woodbridge at 10:00 am on the last Saturday of the month

Regal Virginia Gateway Stadium 14 in Gainesville at 10:00 am on the last Sunday of the month

* Always check online for the upcoming show times at each location.

Updated Falcon Fridge Facts
2015-16 Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration is on April 9 & 23, 2015 from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm. If you cannot make those dates or times, please call the office in advance to schedule an appointment. Please share this information with your friends and neighbors who might have rising kindergarten students. 

Please note that school for the 2015-16 school year begins on August 31, 2015.

There will be Registration packets available in the Front Office beginning March 2, please feel free to pick up one any time Monday through Friday (except holidays) between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm. If you pick up a packet and fill it out at home then bring it along with the following on one of the registration dates, it will expedite your time with us.


Click here for the required items for the registration packet.
Ashland Watch D.O.G.S (Dads Of Great Students)

Thank you to the 150 Dads, Granddads, and Uncles who came to our kick-off meeting to learn more about our new program. Our new goal is to fill every day of school with a Watch DOG!

Register using the form from the office or online using VolunteerSpot  Review the options listed and choose the spot(s)/day(s) that work for you. Sign-up is easy and quick! You do not need to register, have an account, or figure out a password. 

Use this link for more information about the Ashland Watch DOGS program. Thank you for being involved in our school and your child's education. Your child(ren) will remember this for the rest of their lives!

Middle School Specialty Programs
Middle School Specialty Program Information

Middle school students in Prince William County are offered the options of remaining at their base school, transferring to a specialty program in World Languages, Mathematics and Science, or enrolling in the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme or a Traditional School. 

Visit the Middle School Specialty Program Web page or view more details about these opportunities or download the Middle School Programs guide below to view more information about middle school specialty programs in Prince William County Public Schools. 

 Middle School Programs Opportunities Information Guide for 2015-16 
 Programa de Oportunidades Para Estudiantes de Escuelas Intermedias 

Find Out More

Fifth-grade students and their parents are invited to explore the wealth of specialty programsavailable to students as middle school options. Two general information sessions in October introduced PWCS specialty programs and offered an overview of the application process. 

Individual schools will offer information sessions for students and their parents to learn more about specific programs. See the calendar for dates.

The Middle School Special Opportunities Application is now online.
The deadline to submit applications is February 1, 2015.  
Middle School
Special Opportunities Programs Application
Family Life Education Program (opt-out process)

The parent letter/opt-out form is part of the PWCS student "Code of Behavior & Forms." Objectives by grade level are posted on the Science and Family Life Education Web page at (choose the Family Life Education button). Parents should visit the site and review the objectives for their child's grade level or course. Parents may exercise opt-out for any of the FLE sensitive content by returning the opt-out form to the appropriate teacher any time during the school year but preferably within the first month of school.

Questions about the FLE program or the opt-out procedure may be directed to Kathy Keesee, administrative coordinator, Science and Family Life Education, at 703.791.7848 or Or you can all our Ashland School Counselors, Mrs. Reese or Mr. Carter, at 703.583.8774 with any questions.

Being Prepared!

The Prince William County Public School Division has established crisis management plans and policies for how all types of potential crises are to be handled. Crisis management is part of the School Division's approach to school safety. It anticipates potential problems and establishes a coordinated response to minimize the stress and disruptions a crisis might bring to bear on the School Division and the community. Each school has emergency and contingency plans in place to respond to different types of events as they occur. Each school has also established a Crisis Response Team (CRT) that is an integral part of the school's emergency management plan. The School Division works closely with local law enforcement agencies to coordinate responses to particular incidents.

Ashland as well as all of the schools in the Division implements and practices safety drills to be prepared at all times for emergencies. We started these drills this week very successfully. Our number one priority is keeping students, staff, and visitors safe at all times.

If you are interested in more information about our crisis procedures, please check out this video prepared by our Risk Management and Security Services.



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