Student COVID Screener
Parents, as students will be returning to the building soon, please use the link to our Student Covid Screener to determine if your students should attend classes in person once we are on the hybrid model. Thank you.
Up-To-The-Minute Tiger News
Please scroll down to the bottom of the page for a recap of the recent emailed announcements that Mrs. Hegna sent out for this week. Thank you for your cooperation.
September is Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month. Your AGW school counselors want to provide you with some information about how to prevent suicide ideation and replace those negative thoughts with positive thoughts. It is important that we surround ourselves with support systems – friends, teachers, family members that care. Know where you can get help for yourself or a friend and remember it is extremely important to seek help for a friend in need.
If you or someone you know is struggling, please tell a trusted adult, school counselor, 911, or call the Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255.
Your story is just beginning, YOU MATTER
Car Riders Procedures
Parents of Car Riders: Please be aware that students cannot be dropped of at school prior to 8:20am. Any sooner and it interferes with the start of the elementary day at our neighbors - Garrisonville and Rockhill Elementaries.
Please also note that there is only one car rider line; this is through the front parking lot and ending near the front door to Garrisonville. This is the first left hand turn as you enter the AGW parking lot. No cars are permitted to enter the bus loop at the front of our building.
Thank you for your patience and consideration this school year.
AGW Website Information
Asbestos Management at AGW
In compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA), Stafford County Public Schools performed inspections in 1988 at our facilities to identify all asbestos containing building materials. The results of the original inspection findings and Asbestos Management Plans are on file in the School Division’s Facilities Assessment Engineer’s office within AYBAC and also at each Stafford County Public School site built before 1988. The Public is welcome to view these documents during normal business hours (Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Jennifer Spindle is available to answer any questions you may have about asbestos building materials at 540-658-6000 ext. 142.
The EPA requires Stafford County Public Schools to perform surveillance of the asbestos materials every six months. Asbestos inspectors perform the periodic investigations and an accredited management planner reviews results and recommends action to safely manage any asbestos material in our buildings. All remaining asbestos containing materials at Stafford County Public Schools sites are in satisfactory condition and the School Division will continue to manage them in place, as recommended by the accredited management planner.
Classroom Web Pages
Your child's classroom Web pages are located on Synergy ParentVUE or StudentVUE, the same application that provides grade and attendance information for your child. To access ParentVUE or StudentVUE, please point your Web browser to https://psp.staffordschools.net. An activation key or having an account setup previously with an activation key is required. Don't have access? Please e-mail Debera Phillips in the Counseling Office for your personalized key (available only to students and/or parents/guardians currently attending or having a child attend A. G. Wright Middle School.
E-mailing Our Staff
To e-mail any of our teachers, please select the name below and click on their e-mail address to open up your e-mail software. If you are using a public computer, or do not have e-mail software installed on the device you are currently viewing this Web page on, select the e-mail address and copy the e-mail address to paste it into a Web-based e-mail program. To send an e-mail for any other staff member, please check out the searchable Support Staff database. Each entry contains that particular staff members contact information.
E-mail is the best method to contact any of our staff members, teacher, administrator, or support staff. Please be patient and allow at least one (1) complete school day for a response. Be aware that additional time may be needed due to shortened school days, break periods, and holidays.