|DRIVER EDUCATION MANDATORY PARENT/STUDENT MEETING|
Hylton High School will host a Driver Education Mandatory Parent/Student Meeting on Monday, July 1, 2013 at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. Doors will be closed once the presentation begins. It is mandatory that parents and students participate in the entire 90 minute presentation.
DRIVER EDUCATION RANGE/ROAD STUDENT SURVEY
If you have completed Driver Education Range and Road Instruction during the 2012.13 school year, please participate in our short survey about your driver education experience by clicking on this link.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS OFFERED IN PWCS
MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS OFFERED IN PWCS
IMPORTANT STUDENT TRANSFER INFORMATION
Virginia High School League Eligibility Information
Adoption of Prince William County Public Schools Regulation 721-2
Student Transfers – High School Athletic Eligibility
With the adoption of the new PWCS Regulation 721-2, changes have been added that impact a student’s Virginia High School League eligibility for participation in interscholastic sports at the high school level. Briefly stated, the following excerpts from Regulation 721-2 describe possible impact if a student transfers from one school to another:
· Students who enter the ninth grade through residence or acceptance into a designated site program will establish Virginia High School League (VHSL) eligibility at the school.
· Once a student establishes eligibility at a high school and the student transfers to another high school for any reason, the student shall be ineligible for 365 days unless there is a corresponding change of address in accordance with the VHSL Regulation 28-6-1.
· Once a student establishes eligibility in a high school, any additional transfer requests for designated site programs shall not be considered for a waiver and the student shall be ineligible for 365 days from the date of the transfer.
For full and detailed information, refer to Policies and Regulations on the PWCS website, reference Regulation 721-2. Click here for quick reference of Regulation 721-2.
NASPE Coaches Toolbox
Information for Coaches AND Parents!
The National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) will publish a new online issue of the Coaches Toolbox three times a year to coincide with the sports seasons. Each issue will include must-have information and resources on a wide variety of topics including safety and injury prevention, skill development, strength training, peak performance, post-workout recovery, nutrition, sport health care, sport psychology, professional development and recruiting.
Sports Legacy Institute
The mission of the Sports Legacy Institute is to advance the study, treatment and prevention of the effects of brain trauma in athletes and other at-risk groups.
NCAA Student Athlete Eligibility
Parents and student athletes! Are you intersted in knowing if you are eligible for NCAA athletic participation? You may click on the link below to use the resources of the NCAA Eligibility Center.
NCAA Eligibility Center
The mission of Dynamite Sports is to provide educational programs to high school student-athletes & parents, and staff development training and resources to high school coaches and counselors, so everyone involved can make knowledgeable choices & decisions regarding college athletics & the recruiting process.