K-12 and Beyond

  • The exit survey is still open for those who were unable to complete it at the event.

    K-12 & Beyond Community Resources  

     Cherice Taylor's interview with Ted Schubel.

    Stafford County Public Schools (SCPS) will hosted the inaugural K-12 and Beyond Parent Resource Fair on Thursday, November 14, 2019, at University Hall in the University of Mary Washington - Stafford Campus.  Parents and students attended an evening that presented information on topics such as resources available for military families, how elementary knowledge leads to middle and high school opportunities, and social media awareness, among many others. The event brings together community partners that provide information to help children maneuver the elementary, middle, and high school road map to navigate all options for a life beyond high school.  Providing awareness of available opportunities is key to helping our SCPS students launch successfully on to whatever path they choose. 

    Representatives from the following organizations provided information during a panel discussion and as part of a parent resource fair: 

    • Germanna Community College 
    • University of Mary Washington 
    • Lockheed Martin
    • Marine Corps Base Quantico 
    • Stafford County Public Schools
    • G3 Community Services
    • Invest N Others - College Planning Strategies
    • Virginia Career Works
    • Stafford County Sheriff's Department
    • Central Rappahannock Regional Library

     Parents talking with community partner during resource fair

     

     
Last Modified on November 19, 2019