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  • Impact Aid Forms

    Stafford County Public Schools is committed to creating unique learning opportunities for students by securing all possible sources of funding. SCPS is eligible for Impact Aid funds due to the increasing federal presence in our area. SCPS will provide the forms on Monday, October 2, 2017 at the schools and via the division website. You can participate by filling out the Impact Aid form and returning it to your child’s school by October 13, 2017.  SCPS students with federal connections are:

    • children of active duty U.S. uniformed-services personnel or foreign military
    • children who live on federal property 
    • children whose parents work on federal property

    Your participation is important to ensure that all children in SCPS receive an excellent education.

    You can find the forms at our Impact Aid webpage.

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  • School Board Meeting Live Stream
    SCPS has resumed live streaming via the web. The division has updated the system to include closed captioning. The closed captioning works on the division's television station and for live streams on the website. We will have closed captioning for the web and future School Board meetings.
     
    You can view the live stream at this link: UStream SCPS Live Stream
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  • Transportation on Twitter

    The Stafford County Public Schools Transportation Department has joined Twitter.  Please follow the Transportation Department @SCPSTransport for the latest bus information.  TheTransportation Department will have details on late buses and other important information.  It’s another tool to keep the community, parents and stakeholders informed about SCPS.

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  • Water Testing Results 

    Stafford County Public Schools is sampling water from schools throughout the division under requirements of a new Virginia law that took effect July 1, 2017 for all public K-12 schools. This sampling is part of a larger program underway statewide to test for the presence of lead in drinking water. SCPS is working with county government, the Virginia Department of Health as well as our industrial hygiene consultant to ensure a team effort in keeping students and staff safe.

    For more information, please visit our Water Testing Results Webpage

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