Back Row: Peros, Doherty, Locke, Bruton, Shanks
Front Row: Krichten, McCann, Denard
Absolutely NO backpacks or book bags will be allowed in the PE lockers rooms. All students in 9th & 10th grade will be assigned a locker. Students must place their back pack in their hall locker before coming to PE. Only small cinch sack are allowed.
If you need to rent a lock for $3 for the year, please see your child's PE teacher or bring in a personal lock.
AFTER SCHOOL RANGE/ROAD DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM
Range and Road In-Car Instruction is offered as an after school program at each Prince William County Public High School. Range/Road instruction is scheduled at each high school during the school year. Range/Road instruction provides 14 hours of driving in residential, open, and interstate roadways. For school registration and information, contact your driver education coordinator.
Please see Mr. Locke in the commons before school to sign up for Road & Range. Your child must have their learner's permit to sign up.
DRIVER EDUCATION CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
Prince William County Public Schools provides the driver education instruction that meets the Virginia State requirements for students to receive their driver's license. In tenth grade physical education, each high school provides a minimum of thirty-six classroom hours of driver education instruction. Parents/guardians and their student drivers are required to attend a 90-minute traffic safety program as part of the in-classroom portion of the driver education curriculum. This program requirement must be met before a student receives a Driver Education Certificate of Completion card (DEC-1 card). Parent/Student Meeting Schedule
HS Concussion Training Schedule Online Concussion Training
Q: Who needs training? A: All student athletes and their parent/guardian need annual training. Policy 759.
Middle school students who are trying out for a sport for their first time in middle school or are new to Prince William County Public Schools must attend a face-to-face concussion training WITH THEIR PARENT/GUARDIAN at one of the county's middle schools.
High school students who are entering 9th grade and trying out for a sport for their first time in high school or are new to Prince William County Public schools must attend a face-to-face concussion training WITH THEIR PARENT/GUARDIAN at one of the county's high schools.
Q: I have a middle school student AND a high school student, which training do I need? A: BOTH
As there are sufficient differences in the way concussions will be handled at the middle school and high school levels, a parent having children in both middle and high schools is required to attend both a middle AND a high school presentation.