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  • Our Division

    With thirty-two schools and a variety of supporting departments, Stafford County Public Schools is full of opportunities for professionals of many backgrounds.

    Our division prioritizes the professional growth of our employees. Under the direction of the Department of Learning & Organizational Development, staff development seminars are offered to address school-wide initiatives, including technology, multicultural education, and curriculum strategies. Seminar offerings are numerous and may be utilized for Virginia licensure renewal credit.

    We strive to ensure the success of all new teachers by offering a Colleague And Mentor Program (C.A.M.P.). Through C.A.M.P., new teachers are provided a mentor, staff development opportunities, and ongoing support throughout their first year in our division.

    Our extensive Wellness Program is available for all employees and their families. The program includes physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

    The education of our children has long been a priority of the citizens and is viewed as a shared responsibility among the schools, parents, and the community. Parents are actively involved in school programs and work closely with teachers and staff. Ample local funding is provided to ensure low pupil/teacher ratios and a varied selection of materials and supplies.

    Our division is represented annually at the Fredericksburg Regional Teacher Job Fair to recruit new teachers. Each candidate is granted an interview by an administrator and teacher-recruiter. At the fair, participants can learn more about local organizations and surrounding school divisions.


    Our County

    Stafford County is a growing community in northern Virginia. Established in 1664, Stafford has played host to a variety of historical figures and events. Ferry Farm, George Washington's boyhood home, is located in the southern part of the county. Civil War battlefields in Stafford and its surrounding counties illustrate the impact of the war on our area

    Stafford is conveniently located between two major cities: Washington, D.C., 40 miles to the north; and Richmond, VA, 60 miles to the south. The picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains are within a two-hour drive to the west, while popular beaches are just a short drive east. Marine Corps Base Quantico is encompasses parts of northern Stafford County, as well as surrounding Prince William and Fauquier counties. Naval Support Facility Dahlgren is located east of Stafford, in neighboring King George County.