At-Home Learning Resources
Due to the recent order from Governor Northam to close all public schools in Virginia for the next two weeks, Prince George County Schools will remain dedicated to providing continuity of instruction for our students during this time. To ensure students can continue learning during school closures, we are providing resources to maintain skills and reinforce previously taught content. These assignments will not be graded but we highly encourage you to have your child complete some activities to help students maintain mastery. We want students to stay engaged with the curriculum that they have been working on to date. Use the link below to access Prince George County's At-Home Online Learning Resources.
Distance Learning Message to Students
Your teachers miss you and wanted to share some words of encouragement during this time!
Don't forget, ALL that you are!
We will see you soon!
Month of the Military Child
April is Month of the Military Child and even though we aren't together to celebrate this year, we are excited to still celebrate all of our Military students! You can use the links below to browse the different resources and activities we have planned for our Military Students!
JEJ Moore Middle School Elective Course - Sign Up
Attention 5th Grade Parents
It's time for your 5th grade student to sign up for their Elective Courses at JEJ Moore Middle School next year. You can use the links below to view a short presentation on course options and then fill out a survey of what courses your student would like to take.
Filling out this survey, does not guarantee your student a spot in these classes. They fill up quickly! But, this does help the counselors to plan and get your student in the classes that they want! Please take a minute to look through these Elective Courses and sign your student up!
We Are so Proud!
3rd Grade student at Walton - becomes published Author!
Third Grade student, Lennox Farley, released his first published book, The Magic Microwave, on April 4, 2020! Earlier this year, Lennox drafted his idea and entered the 2019 PBS Kids Writers Contest, in which, he won 1st place! Way to go Lennox!!! We are so proud of him and excited to share his hard work with the Community. We will have copies of his published work in the Library at Walton, for students to check out.
You can find Lennox, and more information about his published work, by following him on his Social Media platforms -
2019 Exemplar Performance Awards
Virginia Board of Education recognizes William A Walton for continuous improvement under the board's new exemplar performance school recognition program
The Virginia Board of Education recently announced William A Walton Elementary as one of only 183 schools in the state of Virginia to earn the Board of Education's Continuous Achievement Award. To earn the Board of Education Continuous Achievement Award, a school must earn a state accreditation rating of Accredited or Accredited with Conditions and meet at least one of the following benchmarks for improved performance on accreditation-related school quality indicators:
- A cumulative 10-point increase over three years in the combined rates for reading and mathematics and in the pass rate for science, with improvement each year on each indicator:
- A cumulative 10-point increase over three years in the combined rates for reading and mathematics for two or more student groups, with improvement each year for each group on both indicators;
- A cumulative 15-percent decrease in the chronic absenteeism rate over three years, with a decrease each year; or
- For schools with a graduating class, a cumulative four-point increase in the Graduation and Completion Index over three years, with an increase each year, and a cumulative 15-percent decrease in the dropout rate, with a decrease each year
Walton was honored to receive this award and we are excited to see the continued hard work that teachers, staff, and students put in each day to create meaningful learning experiences for our students!
Building the Blocks that Matter
New School Year - New Theme
Building the Blocks that Matter
Using Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Communication to build informed and prepared Citizens of the 21st Century
This school year, we kick off with a new theme! Building the Blocks that Matter. Here at Walton, we are focused on creating engaging educational opportunities for your student during the 2019_2020 school year. Our teachers are preparing lessons focused on creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication to not only teach and exceed state instructional standards, but to also create prepared citizens of the 21st Century!
2019_2020 School Supply List
Click the link below to view your students school supply list for the 2019_2020 school year! You will also find orientation dates at the bottom of the school supply list. We hope to see everyone there!
- Students can NOT be dropped off at school before 8:30 AM. That is when students may be dropped off and report to their classrooms.
- IF you are picking your student up from Parent Pick Up, please make sure you bring your ID.
- Wednesday folders go home EVERY Wednesday! Please check these each week as they contain important papers for parents.
- Smencils are for sale from the SCA EVERY Friday for $1.00. You can purchase them between 8:30 - 9:00 in room F3.
- The Good News Club meets EVERY Friday from 7:30 - 8:30 AM in the Gym.