Entries by WJCC Public Schools

Give us your opinion: Hurricane Michael makeup plan

Families, teachers and staff members are invited to share their opinions about how the school division will make up instructional time lost following Hurricane Michael. Among the options being considered are the use of an Early Release Day on either Wednesday, Nov. 21 (Holiday) or Thursday, Jan. 24 (Staff Day). Both of these dates are […]

Storm impact on after-school and weekend activities

All after-school activities and athletic competitions scheduled for todayare canceled. Weekend events will go on as planned with the exception of the Warhill High School homecoming dance, which has been rescheduled for Saturday, October. 27. Additional information about individual events will be communicated, as needed, directly to players and participants.

WJCC Celebrates Farm to School Week

WJCC celebrated Virginia’s Farm to School Week with fresh, locally-grown vegetables. Child Nutrition Services, SHIP, Master Food Volunteers, PTA volunteers, and student volunteers from William & Mary offered tastings at many elementary schools. Check your school lunch menu for our next locally-grown Farm to School Day!

2018 Annual College & Career Fair • Thursday, October 25, 2018

Calling All High School Students Annual College & Career Fair Thursday, October 25, 2018 Warhill High School 4615 Opportunity Way Williamsburg, VA 23188 Meet and speak directly with representatives of more than 100 colleges and universities, professional programs, businesses, and branches of the military! 5:30-6:00 p.m. Financial Aid Workshop by the Virginia Tidewater Consortium for […]

VDOE Presents “Critical Decision Point” Training for Parents of Students with Disabilities

Richmond, Va. — The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is offering training to parents of students with disabilities on critical decision points that can affect a child’s ability to earn a diploma and be ready for higher education or a career. The free, four-hour sessions — offered in eight locations, beginning this month through February […]

All WJCC Schools Receive State Accreditation

All Williamsburg-James City County Schools have earned accreditation as a result of student performance on Standards of Learning tests. As a new school, James Blair Middle School was accredited with conditions, which is the standard across the state. The Virginia Department of Education reported school ratings on September 27, noting that this is the first […]

All WJCC High Schools Earn Blue Star Distinction for Financial Literacy

Williamsburg-James City County Schools is proud to announce that all three high schools have been named Blue Star Schools for students’ performance on the 2017-2018 Working in Support of Education (w!se) Financial Literacy Test. “In addition to supporting students’ academic success, our teachers prepare students with knowledge and skills to be productive and successful throughout […]

WJCC Schools announces plan to make up instructional time lost due to Hurricane Florence

Williamsburg-James City County Schools will extend two previously announced early release days (Oct. 19 and Dec. 19) to make up class time lost because of Hurricane Florence. These days will now become full instructional days for students and staff. The division will use a portion of its banked time to recoup the other instructional day […]