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Welcome to Minnieville E.S.  We are proud to announce that Minnieville is the recipient of the 2013-2014 School of Excellence Award!  Thank you to all of our staff, students and families for helping make Minnieville one of the highest performing schools in Prince William County!   As a collaborative team we will give 100 percent effort everyday to create opportunities that provide student engagement and inspire a love for learning. We will strive to help students surpass academic expectations while celebrating individual student growth.  We will build relationships with all students and families in our diverse community in an effort to help each student Soar For Excellence!

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Literacy Night at Minnieville
Ladies, gentleman and children of all ages came to Minnieville for a fun filled, circus themed Literacy Night. Thanks to Ms. Simpson, the Minnieville staff, parents, students and community members that all made this night such a big hit!

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We have four phone lines, please call the following numbers if you need to reach us:

(703) 670-6106, (703) 670-6107, (703) 590-4347 and (703) 670-7332.
School of Excellence
Minnieville Elementary Receives School of Excellence Award!

Minnieville was recently designated as a School of Excellence. This is Minnieville's second year in a row receiving this honor. 

Ashley Hoyle is Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations to Mrs. Ashley Hoyle, Dale City Teacher of the Year! 

"The entire Minnieville community is extremely proud to be recognized as one of 55 Distinguished Title 1 schools in the Commonwealth. Our staff, students and families have created an amazing school culture that allows all of our students to 'Soar for Excellence'" said Principal Nathaniel Provencio. 

The school has achieved this recognition by maintaining full state accreditation under the Commonwealth’s Standards of Learning program for two consecutive years; meeting the federal accountability benchmarks for all students and for each subgroup; and having average Standards of Learning test scores in reading and math at the 60th percentile or higher.
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Minnieville Thanks Outgoing School Board Member and Welcomes New School Board Member

Minnieville Elementary would like to thank Mrs. Lisa Bell, School Board Member ( Neabsco District) and Minnieville parent for her years of service on the PWC School Board. We would also like to welcome Mrs. Diane Raulston, Minnieville grandparent and  newly elected School Board Member ( Neabsco District).
I am proud to announce that for the fourth year, Minnieville E.S. and our instructional staff are among the recipients of Prince William County Public Schools' Teacher Incentive Performance Award (TIPA) for having demonstrated student growth and achievement, quality teaching, and the school environment needed to help children make major educational strides.
TIPA does not mean we hit a specific target on one test or measurement. Instead, the award shows we are doing well across 23 different criteria that combine to show our ability to produce academic progress for our students. It means we are well positioned to help every child make big educational gains, even if he or she started out far behind their peers.
For the past four years, the TIPA project made certain we offered a climate in which success could take root. It provided targeted professional development to better equip teachers to help students succeed. It promoted the importance of an entire school working together to ensure the growth of all students. TIPA also focused on factors such as improving student attendance and increasing student and parent satisfaction.
Thanks largely to a federal grant and support of the PWCS School Board, the TIPA recognition means our entire instructional team will receive financial incentives for the work they have done on behalf of our students. More importantly, it reinforces the importance of that work to closing the achievement gap.
We have more work to do to improve our test scores and to ensure the academic proficiency of each and every student; this recognition confirms that we are on the right path. It means we are delivering on the PWCS commitment to continuous improvement and Providing A World-Class Education to every child.
Congratulations to our Minnieville staff for this important achievement. And special thanks to all of you for your continued support. Together, we can help your child make real progress on their journey to a lifetime of success.
Parental Notification Requirements in Title I Schools for No Child Left Behind
This notice will expire June 30, 2016.
The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation has three requirements for parental notification from Title I schools. The requirements are:
Requirement 1: Parents may request information
Parents in Title I schools must be notified at the beginning of each school year that they have the right to request, and the Division will provide on request, information regarding the professional qualifications of the student's classroom teachers, including:
  1. Whether the teacher has met state qualifications and licensing criteria for the grade levels and subjects the teacher is teaching.
  2. Whether the teacher is teaching under emergency or other provisional status through which state qualification or licensing has been waived.
  3. The baccalaureate degree major of certification or degree held by the teacher, and the field of discipline of the certification or degree.
  4. Whether the child is provided services by paraprofessionals and, if so, their qualifications.
Requirement 1 applies to any teacher of a core subject working in a Title I school. In Attachment A you will find a list of teachers in your school who are not Highly Qualified under the guidelines of NCLB. The law states that parents may request this information. We are asking that you include the following paragraph in your next newsletter to parents:
With the passage of the No Child Left Behind legislation on January 8, 2002, parents in Title I schools have the right to request certain information about their child’s teachers. The information that you have a right to request about your child’s teacher is:
  1. Whether the teacher has met state qualifications and licensing criteria for the grade levels and subjects the teacher is teaching.
  2. Whether the teacher is teaching under emergency or other provisional status through which state qualification or licensing has been waived.    
  3. The baccalaureate degree major of certification or degree held by the teacher, and the field of discipline of the certification or degree.
  4. Whether the child is provided services by paraprofessionals and, if so, their qualifications.
At MINNIEVILLE E.S. we are extremely proud of our teachers and teacher assistants, and are happy to provide you any of the above information pertaining to your child’s teacher. If you have such a request, please call the school at 703.670.6106 and ask for the information you are interested in.
Game Night
A good time was had by all at Title 1 Game Night.  Thank you to our Title 1 teachers for organizing the event, thank you to the Minnieville staff for manning the game stations, and a very special thank your to all the students, families, and community members that made Game Night such a huge success.


One of About 200 Schools and Districts in the US and Canada to Receive This Honor

Woodbridge, VA - Minnieville E.S. in Prince William County was recently recognized by Solution Tree for its sustained success in raising student achievement. The Minnieville's successful implementation of the Professional Learning Communities at Workprocess was a major contributing factor in the improved achievement of its students.

PLCs are schools and districts in which educators recognize the key to improved learning for students is on-going, job-embedded learning for the adults who serve those students. The three big ideas of a PLC call upon educators to:
  1. Focus on learning.
  2. Build a collaborative culture.
  3. Create a results orientation.
Responding to news of the recognition, Nathaniel Provencio, Principal said, “The Professional Learning Process is the structure our school utilizes to make each routine, procedure, activity, lesson, intervention, etc. meaningful and relevant to the academic and social growth of each student.  We are very excited to be recognized by Solution Tree as a model PLC community!”

Schools are recognized based on strict criteria, including demonstration of a commitment to PLC concepts, implementation of these concepts for at least three years, and clear evidence of improved student learning over that period. Once measurable results can be seen, the school must explain its practices, structures, and culture and submit its application for consideration by the PLC Review Committee.
According to Richard DuFour, Rebecca DuFour, Robert Eaker, and Mike Mattos, architects of PLC at Work™, educators in the schools and districts selected for this recognition have shown “a sustained commitment to helping all of their students achieve at high levels. They have been willing to alter the structure and culture of the organization to reflect their commitment. We applaud them and congratulate them for achieving this very significant milestone on the never-ending PLC journey.”

Recognized model PLC schools are listed on allthingsplc.info, where they share implementation strategies, structures, and performance with other educators interested in improving their schools. Tools for team collaboration, articles and research about PLCs, blog posts, and other related resources are also available on the site. The site was developed and is maintained by Solution Tree, a leading provider of educational strategies and tools that improve staff and student performance. For more than 20 years, Solution Tree resources have helped K–12 teachers and administrators create schools where all children succeed.
Book Character Day
Harry Potter, The Cat in the Hat, Waldo, and Little Red Riding Hood were just a few of the characters at Minnieville for our Book Character Day on October 30th.  Students and staff had a wonderful time dressing up as our favorite characters and celebrating literacy. Thanks to all the parents and families that came to our Book Character Parade as we support reading in our school and community.

Field Day
Students and staff had a fitness filled day as we celebrated team work and wellness on Field Day.  Thanks to Mr. Turnquist for organizing this awesome event, to teachers, assistants, patrols and parent volunteers for running the stations, and to Minnieville students for exhibiting such great sportsmanship.

The Oscars Come To Minnieville
Minnieville students, families, and staff recently came together to celebrate the high academic achievement and hard work that happens here at Minnieville Elementary.  Students who received a score of Pass Advance on an SOL while attending Minnieville were invited to walk the red carpet and receive their Oscar.  A heartfelt thanks to the entire Minnieville community for supporting these excellent students.

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