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School hours are 8:10 to 2:50.
Students should not arrive at the school before 7:30 A. M. Before 8:10, they should report directly to the cafeteria and remain there until the bell rings at 7:55.
During the school year, in the event of a school closure, the maroon day/blue day rotation will not change. For example, if school closed on a Monday, and it was supposed to be a maroon day, Tuesday will become the maroon day. We will continue to alternate blue and maroon from that point on.
Please see the Prince William County Public Schools site for bus schedules.
Each team may require specific supplies. Teachers will inform students of any additions during the first few days of school.
Please also note that lockers are 10 inches deep and 8 inches wide. 3-inch zippered binders DO NOT easily fit in the lockers.
August 20, September 3, November 6, January 14, March 12, June 1
Click here to go to the Prince William County page for information on mandatory concussion training.
Parents and students who have already attended a face-to-face training may take this year’s mandatory concussion training online. Rising 6th grade and 9th grade students and students new to Prince William County Public Schools are not eligible for the Online Training.
Summer camp registrations for vollyball and basketball need to be turned in by June 13th. Football camp registrations need to be turned in by June 18.
For information about middle school sports, click here or click on the Athletics & Sports button on the left. Then click Marsteller Athletics Page on the right hand side.
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Students are reminded that all personal electronic devices are only to be used in the classroom with teacher permission. Taking photos, posting on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and checking text messages and emails violate the PWCS Code of Behavior Acceptable Use Policy.