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					J.W. Alvey Elementary School
5300 Waverly Farm Drive, Haymarket, Virginia 20169 571-261-2556 Principal: Candace A. Rotruck Assistant Principal: Matthew A. Ritter Number of Students: 745 Number of Teachers: 50 Proud Home of the SunRays! Partners: Name of Partner Cold Stone Creamery – Gainesville Koons of Manassas Foster’s Grill Glory Days NOVEC Superior Paving – Centreville VA List of Activities Donation made for PTA Family Fun Night Provided math tutors for students Donation made for PTA Family Fun Night Donation made for PTA Family Fun Night Sponsored “Back to Nature” Program an SOL based Science assembly Provides food and support for PTA fun fairs, volunteer receptions and the school dedication Donation made for PTA Family Fun Night

Uno’s Chicago Grill

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • “Back to Nature” survey results submitted to Business Partnership Office. Superior Paving has donated approximately $5,000 in support to J. W. Alvey Elementary School and all students are benefited by the donations.

Ann Ludwig School 2221 Opitz Blvd., Woodbridge, VA 22191 703-491-6060 Principal: Terry DeCarbo Number of Students: 57 Number of Teachers: 9 The school was designed to serve the individual needs of special education students. Students identified with the following disabling conditions are served at Ann Ludwig School: Severe Disabilities (SD), Developmental Delays (DD), and Emotional Disturbance (ED). Compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is evident in school-wide activities, practices, and design. ALS has developed a reputation as a supportive, warm, motivating, safe environment for its students. Today, ALS continues as a separate public day facility serving students with multiple disabilities. The school is named for a very special little girl, Ann Ludwig, who brought love and sunshine into the lives of all who knew her. Ann (1972-1974) lived with Down Syndrome for two years. In her memory, we seek to make a positive difference so that the light will shine in every child. Partners: Name of Partner Potomac Hospital Lions Club Prince William County Library System List of Activities Hospital serves as a shelter in emergencies Donates books Donates books and supplies readers

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Antietam Elementary School 12000 Antietam Rd., Woodbridge, VA 22192 703-497-7619 Principal: Angela Atwater Assistant Principal: Virginia Ripperger Number of Students: 550 Number of teachers: 40 Antietam staff, parents and community are committed to providing a safe, meaningful learning environment for all students. Teachers use a variety of developmentally appropriate instructional strategies to accommodate the varied learning styles of all of our students. Partners: Name of Partner BB&T Bank – Lake Ridge List of Activities Student run bank branch, math tutors, help with financial education and curriculum, field trip opportunities, student artwork displayed at bank Student incentive coupons Student incentive coupons Grant for reading Student incentive coupons One-on-one math tutoring Sponsored “Back to Nature” Program an SOL-based Science assembly Student incentive coupons Viva Van provided. Promote reading in Hispanic community. Free pre-school as requested Sponsors Kid Biz reading program

BJ’s Wholesale Club Carrabas Grill Exxon Mobil Jerry’s Subs and Pizzas Lieumann Technologies NOVEC Old County Buffet – PW Parkway Prince William County Library St. Matthews Church Zeiders Enterprises

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • The “Bronco Bank and Trust” has the potential to impact every student and family at Antietam. The student run bank opened in May 2005 and will expand in the 2005-2006. In addition to the bank branch, BB&T staff also supports the school with additional financial education, tutoring, field trip opportunities and the display of student artwork at BB&T branch in Lake Ridge. “Back to Nature” survey results submitted to Business Partnership Office. Lieumann Technologies provides one-on-one math tutoring to Antietam students. The individual students were impacted in a very positive manner. Donations of coupons provide the school the opportunity to reward students for positive academic achievements, and excellent attendance and behavior.

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Ashland Elementary School
15300 Bowmans Folly Drive, Manassas, VA 20112 703-583-8774 Principal: Amy Jordan Assistant Principal: Donna Garlick Number of Students: 706 Number of Teachers: 50

Ashland Elementary will be a school where all students' academic, emotional, physical and creative needs will be met. Collaboration and collegiality will be evident in the interaction of all staff. Classrooms will be child-centered and staff development will be readily available for our community of learners. Parental involvement in the day-to-day operation of the school will be imperative, as will a respect for individual differences and cultural diversity. This sensitivity will be apparent in everyone's attitudes and teaching methodologies. Ashland will be a safe school, where positive relationships and rapport will be established between teachers, students and administration. Together, we will make this an unforgettably wonderful journey! Partners: Name of Partner Azalea Charities Benton Middle School Boy Scouts Pack 35 Brothers Encore Carquest Auto parts Century 21-Teresa Boyles Café of Life ChiropractiCare Chiopotle Comcast Jeff Frederick, VA Delegate Forest Park High School Giorgio’s Family Restaurant Higgins Billiard Supply, Inc. List of Activities Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Co-hosted and provided volunteers for a health and fitness event Eagle scout project provided benches Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Track club provided runners and sponsored for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race

Ashland Elementary School
Partners (continued…) Hooah Bars-Paul D’Andrea Incredible Threadables and Screen Printing LLC KSI Services, Inc. Leon’s Carpet Cleaning, Inc. Lyons Automotive Center, Inc. METStar Elite Dance Company Montclair Garden Club NOVEC Paxton’s Sandal Saver Performance Pasta Pompadour Hair Salon Pitkin’s Ace Hardware Power Bar Shopper’s Food Warehouse Signature Specialties Scott Stachelek, DC The Lane Construction Corporation The Sign Shop Weekenders-Marsha Robinson Weichert Realtors – Jennifer Paschal Photographer – Lynn McDonald Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Beautify school grounds Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Key to success reading Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race Sponsor for Learn & Serve 5K race

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Battlefield High School 15000 Graduation Drive , Haymarket, VA 20109 571-261-4400 Principal: Amy Ethridge-Conti, Principal Assistant Principals: Natalie K. Bonshire, Major Robert Warner, Jr., and Loran E. Stephenson Partnership Coordinator: Tiffany Vaughn Number of Students: 1,132 Number of Teachers: 83 We believe that student learning is the chief priority and all students can learn to their fullest potential. Students will develop their individual talents, critical thinking and technology skills by being actively engaged in the learning process. Continuous commitment to improvement ensures our students are well-rounded, self-directed, lifelong learners. By maintaining a safe and optimum learning environment, we provide the opportunity for students to be successful. Promoting high standards and expectations teachers, administrators, parents and the community share the responsibility for advancing the school’s mission. Partners: Name of Partner 84 Lumber A.C Moore – Manassas List of Activities Donated supplies for Robotics Team Two $15.00 certificates for Sidewalk Chalk Competition (sponsored by National Art Honor Society) for awards Provided 2005 Science Fair Judges Provided judges for 2006 Science Fair Provided 2005 Science Fair Judges Donated server to IT program Three $45.00 gift certificates Donated copies of newspaper Two Oriental rugs for IT program MOCI and MICI internships Three $5.00 gift certificates Provided IT program with free high-speed business Internet access. Working to establish summer internship Provide support to health and physical education program Offers internships, work release program Donated a round of golf + carts for four Took part in Sophomore Interview Day Hosted Battlefield Night – 10% of days proceeds were donated

Accenture AFLAC Applied Knowledge Systems Barker Family (Ronald and Diane) Bonefish Grill – Gainesville Bull Run Observer Central Rug Chesterbook Day – Gainesville Cold Stone Creamery – Gainesville Comcast Communications

Dr. & Mrs. Stanley Kayes ECPI College of Technology Evergreen County Club First Horizon Home Loans Foster’s Grille

Giant – Gainesville

Provide MOCI and MICI internships.

Battlefield High School Partners (continued...) Name of Partner Glory Day’s Bar & Grill – Gainesville Haymarket Motors Haymarket Pediatrics, PLC Home Depot JE Rice J&S Networking Solutions List of Activities Glory Days to donate 10% of proceeds Donation made to Robotics Team Donation to support Drama program Donated supplies for Construction & Robotics programs Donated plumbing equipment to the construction program Provided server and networking support and hardware expertise to insure configurations were the best Donation to support Drama program Donation to support Drama program Donated gift certificates for teacher luncheon Provided 2006 Science Fair Judges, participated in Interview Day, provided monetary support and mentors for Robotics Team competition Provide MOCI and MICI internships. Provide support to Drama program. Donation to support Drama program Provided Science Fair Judges Provide MOCI and MICI internships. Provided 2006 Science Fair Judges, participated in Interview Day, provided monetary support and mentors for Robotics Team competition Provided mentors for Robotics Team competition Donation to support Drama program Donated HP server to support Certified Internet WebMaster program; provide support to Robotics Program Provide free newspapers Donated several used computer parts to IT program Donated gift certificate for 1 hour massage Donated topographic maps to Earth Science team

KC’s Restaurant Kustom Castles Ledo’s Pizza – Gainesville Lockheed Martin

Long & Foster – Manassas Lucky Stars Cloggers MDA Technologies Michael’s Crafts MICRON

NASA Langley Research Center OKRA’s Louisana Bistro RE/MAX Olympic

Potomac News/Manassas Journal Messenger Saint Anthony’s Parish Salon Nordine & Day Spa – Gainesville Shivers, Steve

Battlefield High School Partners (continued..) Scholastic Paperbacks Donated paperback books that were distributed to the library, classrooms and used as incentives for National School Library week Took part in Sophomore Interview Day Donated beverages for the Coffeehouse series Provide classroom speakers Provided IT program with required firewalls to support infrastructure. Provided students with real world experiences and expertise in the IT field. Helped educate the students on real world requirements and how to be successful in the IT field. Provided Network Support Specialist to validate network. Provide summer internships. Provided support for Robotics Team competition Provided monetary and mentor support for Robotics Team competition Donated HP24 port 100MG router to support IT program Donated copies of newspaper Donated copies of newspaper Donated copies of newspapers MOCI and MICI internships Set up over 700 workstations and TV’s throughout Battlefield High School prior to the school opening. Provided technological assistance when needed Provides dual enrollment program

Sojourn Starbucks Coffee – Gainesville TEMI Support Services, LLC TKC Communications

TKC Global Solutions Ken and Gail Tully Family Manassas Journal Messenger/Potomac News The Washington Post USA Today PW Eatery – Haymarket Virginia National Guard

Northern Virginia Community College – Manassas Campus

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • Partnerships were established with the goal of “kicking-off” during the 2005-2006 school years. Over $2,000 of supplies were donated to the construction program. Over $37,000 of equipment and services were donated to the Information Technology Program.

Battlefield High School Partners (continued..) • • The National Guard helped ensure a smooth opening by helping to install and setup over 700 workstations, TV’s in classrooms, and providing other technological assistance. An article on Battlefield’s Inaugural Sophomore Interview Day was featured in the Bull Run Observer.

Bel Air Elementary School
14151 Ferndale Rd., Woodbridge, Va. 22193 703-670-4050 Principal: Bruce Leiby Assistant Principal: Clint M. Mitchell Number of Students: 500 Number of teachers: 43 Bel Air Elementary School seeks to create a supportive learning environment that will enable each child to reach maximum competency as a life-long learner. It is our desire to develop responsible and productive members of society. Partners: Name of Partner DREAMS Club for Students from GarField High School Marine Corps Base, Quantico List of Activities Student volunteers tutored primary grade children. Many volunteers worked with our primary students during the day or helped out at Homework Nights on Thursday night during the 2005-06 school year.

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Each of our business partnership this year provided invaluable help from volunteers who gave at risk primary students the extra help they needed to complete daily assignments. These people had a positive attitude and helped our children develop the confidence they needed to succeed.

Belmont Elementary School
751 Norwood Lane, Woodbridge, VA 22191 703-494-4945 Principal: Mr. F.J. Melnichak Number of Students: 430 Number of teachers: 27 It is the vision of Belmont Elementary School students, parents, and staff to form a community of learners wherein all members of that community share a commitment to life-long learning by fostering an atmosphere of respect for education and each other. Partners: Name of Partner Belmont Bay Science Museum BJ’s Wholesale List of Activities Provides science lessons Provided support for Make a Difference Day and Dr. Seuss Read Across America Day Sponsored “Arts on the Go” program Sponsored “Back to Nature” – an SOL based science assembly

Center for the Arts NOVEC

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • “Back to Nature” surveys were submitted to the Business Partnership Office

Bennett Elementary School
8800 Old Dominion Drive Manassas, VA 20110 Phone: 703-361-8261 Principal: Mrs. Sharon Fogarty Assistant Principal: Ms. JoLinda Toth Partnership Coordinator: Flo King, Counselor Number of Students: 751 Number of Teachers: 49 We will continue to strive for excellence in education in order to prepare students to function effectively in an ever-changing technological society. Partners: Name of Partner American Legion Post 10 Cardinal Bank Comfort Air Community Support List of Activities Donation made for community service award Operate bank branch for student and teachers Monetary support Volunteers from community donated 4,476 hours during 2005-06 school year $200 donation for education materials Donated books bags and school supplies for needy students Donation of food ($500 value) $500 donation for educational materials Re-surfaced track ($2,000 value)

Confidence Realty Epilion XI Panera Bread Roger’s Service Center Vulcan Materials

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Computer lab materials, reading math and physical education supplies, tutors and education mentors in the areas of reading and math.

Benton Middle School
7411 Hoadly Rd., Manassas, VA 20112 703-791-0727 Principal: Linda Leibert Assistant Principal: Joe MacFarlane, Steve Webb Partnership Coordinator: Lisa Jones Number of Students: 1,109 Number of Teachers: 82 Benton Middle School students will remain actively engaged in the learning process as they acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to become responsible, contributing citizens within the local, state, national, and world community. Benton Middle School parents will remain actively involved as advocates for their children and supporters of the school programs and staff. Within a nurturing, safe environment, Benton Middle School staff members will actively engage all students in the learning process and teach students to become critical thinkers, problem-solvers, and life-long learners. Partners: Name of Partner Cardinal Bank Flower Gallery International Monetary Fund Northrup Grumman Mission Systems Prince William County Department of Public Works/Solid Waste Division Recycling Program Skatetime Virginia Woodbine Woods Garden Club List of Activities Assisted in operating a student run bank branch at Benton Donated plants and flowers for landscaping school grounds Donated furniture for use in new bank branch as well as teacher classrooms Donated classroom furniture Free donation and delivery of 20 yards of compost Gift certificates earned by Benton through skate rental program Donated labor and materials for school grounds beautification as well as created a garden for special education students Donated coupons as incentives

Golden Corral – Manassas

Benton Middle School
Partners (continued...)

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • • • • Cardinal Bank’s involvement with Benton increased student awareness of and interest in saving and future fiscal responsibility as well as developing work readiness skills. International Monetary Fund’s furniture donation helped ensure student banking experience was as authentic as possible. Teachers also enhanced ease of instruction with more classroom furniture. Northrup Grumman’s furniture donation also enhanced the ease of classroom instruction. PWC Dept. of Public Works donation and delivery helped beautify the entrance to Benton and brighten everyone’s day. Skatetime’s gift certificates enabled the PE department to purchase PE equipment for student use during classes. Woodbine Woods Garden Club made a more visually pleasant place for students, staff, and visitors.

Beville Middle School
4901 Dale Blvd., Woodbridge, VA 22193 703- 878-2593 Principal: Dom Graziano Assistant Principals: Jehovanni Mitchell, Belinda Williams Partnership Coordinator: Kevin Rooney Number of Students: 1,156 Number of teachers: 81 Our school is a community richly diverse in national origin, language, and talents. We are working together to form a new generation of citizens who will possess the analytical and technical skills needed for success in the twenty-first century. Partners: Name of Partner PWC Library System Quantico Marine Corps Base SAI Engineering, Woodbridge, VA List of Activities Provided Viva Van program to promote reading in Hispanic community Served as judges for the 2006 Science Fair, provided mentors Served as judge for the 2006 Science Fair, provided volunteer engineer to work after school with students involved in US FIRST Lego League robotics competition. Provided coupons for free meals as incentives for students and staff. Donated $25 Gift Card. Provided coupons for free ice cream as incentive for remediation students. Served as judges for the 2006 Science Fair.

Red Robin Restaurant, Woodbridge, VA Dairy Queen, Dale Boulevard, Woodbridge, VA Chevy Chase Bank

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Quantico Marine Corps Base-Provided four judges for the 2006 Science Fair and has committed to providing mentors/tutors for the 2006-2007 school year.

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SAI Engineering-Provided an engineer to serve as a judge for the 2006 Science Fair. That engineer, George Preston, has volunteered his services on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in order to work with Beville students involved in the US FIRST Robotics competition. This involvement will occur between September and December, 2006. Red Robin Restaurant-Provided a Gift Card as well as 15 Certificates (Free Kids’ Meal) for our students. The approximate value of all items would be $100. Dairy Queen-Provided 75 Gift Certificates, which were used with our remediation students. The approximate value would be $115. Chevy Chase Bank-Provided three judges for the 2006 Science Fair. In the future the bank would like to provide mentors for our students.

Brentsville District High School
12109 Aden Road, Nokesville, VA 20181 703-594-2161 Principal: Alexander B. Carter Assistant Principals: David J. Cassady, Jr., M. Jane Earman Partnership Coordinator: Sally M. Martin Number of Students: 1182 Number of Teachers: 80 At Brentsville District, we believe that all students can learn to their fullest potential. National, global and multicultural perspectives will enhance student learning. Graduates will possess the basic knowledge and skills that will assure their proficiency in problem solving and technology. They will be responsible citizens, life-long learners, and will be prepared for a variety of post-graduation options. Partners: Name of Partner AE Corporate Services Abercrombie & Fitch American Golf Corporation Basham & Garcia LLC Best Buy, Inc. Best Sewer & Drain Service, Inc. Braemar Plaza Martial Arts School Brownings Custom Upholstery Carteret Mortgage Corporation Centreville Sod Charter Oak Show Stables List of Activities Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided monetary donations in support of the business program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided monetary donations in support of the business program

Brentsville District High School
Partners (continued…) Chesterbrook Academy Provided work experiences/career awareness for students and speakers for various classes Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided goods in support of the business program Provided cars for Driver Education program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students and speakers for various classes Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided support to the FBLA chapter Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students and speakers for various classes Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students and speakers for various classes Provided work experiences/career awareness for students and monetary donations in support of the FBLA chapter Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program

Del Sol Tanning Domino’s Pizza—Gainesville Dudley Martin Chevrolet EE Wine, Inc.

Fairfax Imports, Inc. Floor Carpets, Inc. Floor Crafters Freedom Center

Freidank and Freidank George Mason University

Glory Days Grill—Gainesville

Giant, Inc.—Mapledale Haas Auto Service

Brentsville District High School
Partners (continued…) International Monetary Fund J .C. Butler J. M. Huey Company, Inc. K & S Auto Repair Kathmandu Driving School Kline’s Drive-In Kohl’s—Manassas Koons of Manassas Masons Landscaping and Grounds Nicholas Trucking, Inc. Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge Donated computers, furniture and office supplies Provided support to the FBLA chapter Provided support to the FBLA chapter Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided EduLink sponsorship Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students, speakers for various classes, graduation facilities and FBLA support Provided monetary donations in support of the business program Provided monetary donations in support of the business program Provided a monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided support to the FBLA chapter Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided a donation to support various activities

Nokesville Business Association Nokesville Design, PLC Nokesville Flowers & Gifts Nokesville Hair Design Old Navy Olympus Gym P & K Cleaning Services Panera Bread Patriot Bank—Nokesville

Brentsville District High School
Partners (continued…) Petsmart, Inc. Prince William County-Greater Manassas Chamber of Commerce Prince William County Park Authority Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provide support for Reality Store Program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students and speakers for various classes Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided monetary donations in support of the business program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided goods and monetary donation in support of the business program Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the business and athletic programs Provided work experiences/career awareness for students and speakers for various classes Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided goods and monetary donations in support of the business program

Purrfect Paws Pet Care Quantico USMC Rayco Masonry, Inc. Safeway—Braemar Sail Away Productions Sears, Roebuck & Company Security Moving Storage Logistics Shirt Art Skate Quest Soils and Environmental Services, Inc.

Splash Down Water Park

Stage Door Dance Studio Staples, Inc.

Brentsville District High School
Partners (continued…) Synergy One Federal Credit Union Sponsored the “Tiger” branch of Synergy One which provided students with the opportunity to learn how to run a credit union, students who worked in the school credit union were also given the opportunity to work at one of Synergy One’s other locations. Provided financial education, speakers, volunteers and support for FBLA events and provided field trip opportunities. Provided support for Reality Store Program Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students and speakers for various classes Provided monetary donations in support of the business program Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provide support for Reality Store program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided work experiences/career awareness for students Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the business program Provided goods or monetary donation in support of the athletic program Provided work experiences/career awareness for students

Taft Construction Target

Triple Crown Homes Triple R Construction Company U. S. Office of Personnel Management Virginia Cooperative Extension Virginia Pool Management WTS International, Inc. Wal*Mart—Warrenton Warrenton Jazzercise Western Golf of Virginia

Brentsville District High School
Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • The entire Brentsville Community has been impacted in some way by our various partnerships. Students have benefited through the professional expertise businesses have provided through work experience, career awareness and visits to the classrooms. Students, faculty and parents have profited through the donations of services, such as EduLink, as well as the monetary donations provided to assist in all areas of the school.

Awards/Recognition: • Synergy One Federal Credit Union partnership received the state and national Desjardins Youth Financial Literacy Award • Synergy One Federal Credit Union partnership received fourth place award at the Virginia FBLA State Leadership Conference • The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received one of three 2005-2006 “Partnership of the Year” awards from the Business Partnership Office • The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received the Virginia Department of Education Career and Technical Education Services Regional Group Award • Inducted into the Business Partnership Office “Best Practice Club”

Bristow Run Elementary School
8990 Worthington Dr., Bristow, Va. 20136 703-753-7741 Principal: Andrew Buchheit Assistant Principal: Kimberly A. Werle Number of Students: 768 Number of teachers: 37 Bristow Run Elementary School is committed to the belief that all children will learn to their fullest potential in a safe, respectful and motivating environment of high expectations and continuous improvement in partnership with our parents and community. "A Team on Track for the Future" Partners: Name of Partner Asian Garden Caribou Coffee Chuck E. Cheese Cold Stone Creamery Coffee Time ECPI College of Technology Exxon Mobil List of Activities Spirit Night donation Donated coffee for teachers Spirit Night donation Spirit Night donation Provided goods for various events Participated in Career Day Gave $ in proportion to the number of volunteer hours worked by Exxon Mobil employees and their families Spirit Night donation Donated goods and “bonus bucks” Provided inkjet cartridges Participated in “Career Day” Participated in “Career Day” Participated in “Career Day” Sponsored “Back to Nature” – an SOL based science assembly School grounds beautification Participated in “Career Day” Donated goods and funds Donated goods Provides Math and Reading tutors

Five Guys Giant - Gainesville K&E Construction Lockheed Martin MICRON National Reconnaissance Org NOVEC Premier Landscaping Potomac News/Manassas Journal Messenger Safeway - Braemar Target Voluntary Action Center

Bristow Run Elementary School
Partners (continued...)

Your Exclusive Team

Donated shirts for students

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Goods donations affect students through increasing the effectiveness of various events. In addition, funds normally expended on the donated items are used elsewhere. Career Day participation allows the students to think about the possibilities for their future. Tutors positively impact the students they work with.

Bull Run Middle School
6308 Catharpin Road, Gainesville, VA 20155 703-753-9969 Principal: William G. Bixby Assistant Principal: James Addington Number of Students: 1542 Number of Teachers: 100 The Bull Run Middle School Community shall promote an educational foundation where students can become lifelong learners and achieve their fullest potential. The education of each student shall be a positive, supportive, and culturally rich experience. The students, staff, parents, and community members shall work collaboratively to create a safe, healthy, nurturing environment for all. Partners: Name of Partner Advantage Landscaping List of Activities Provides services to restore and beautify the school lawns. Will provide guest speakers on science related topics. Provided bonds to students making the 6th grade honor roll. Pending activities for 2005-2006 include providing math tutors, speakers on financial and career topics Provided monetary donation for PTSO Bull Run Nights. Some donated money used to provide SOAR gift certificates to students for positive academics and performance. Provided information on nutrition and weight loss to student and parents to help meet Wellness Standards 2.2.3 Provided gift certificate to promote positive student discipline and academics.

BB&T- Haymarket

Cold Stone Creamery

Designer Fitness

Foster’s Grill

Bull Run Middle School Partners (continued…)
Gateway Chiropractor Participated in Fitness Festival. Provided information and demonstrations. Spoke to students to discuss participating in tennis camps and learning to participate in a life long sport. Participated at Fitness Fair. Provided fitness tests to support Wellness Standard 2.2.3 At Fitness Festival provided a proper dental care demonstration Monetary donation to support school wide discipline program and support technology initiatives in classrooms. Assists school with marketing projects and promotions.

Greater Manassas Tennis Association

Just Fitness for Kids

Dr. Stanley F. Kayes Ron and Jeanine Kody

SJM Agency

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • Advantage Landscape began their partnership by improving the entrance way to the building and mulching school grounds. SJM Agency, Designer Fitness, Just Fitness for Kids, Dr. Stanley F. Kayes, Gateway Chiropractors, Greater Manassas Tennis Association helped make the first annual Fitness Fun Fair a success. Next year, Bull Run will continue our SOAR program which will help increase positive student achievement and discipline.

Cedar Point Elementary School
12601 Braemar Parkway, Bristow, VA 20136 703-365-0963 Principal: Dr. Mike Drummond Assistant Principal: Mr. Lou LePore Number of Students: 1,147 Number of teachers: 54 At Cedar Point Elementary School, our students will realize their fullest potential. Their unique and individual needs will be met in a safe, caring environment that fosters high self-esteem, academic excellence, and a strong sense of community. Our students will develop positive attitudes about school, become life-long learners, and recognize the importance of community service. Partners: Name of Partner American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Aunt Joanie’s Chocolate Shop List of Activities Sponsor for Annual Space Week Provided financial and material support Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Sponsor for Annual Space Week Provided financial and material support Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction

Avon

Bionetics Bowl America

Bristow Manor Golf Club

Cedar Point Elementary School Partners (continued…)
Buckland Farm Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Sponsor for Annual Space Week Provided financial and material support Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction

C-Gallery II

Chik-fil-A

City Tavern Grille

Cosco

Craftsman Auto Body of Gainesville DC United Soccer

Evergreen Country Club

Fairfax Ice Arena

Glory Days

Gold Canyon Candles

Cedar Point Elementary School Partners (continued…)
Buckland Farm Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Sponsor for Annual Space Week Provided financial and material support Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction

C-Gallery II

Chik-fil-A

City Tavern Grille

Cosco

Craftsman Auto Body of Gainesville DC United Soccer

Evergreen Country Club

Fairfax Ice Arena

Glory Days

Cedar Point Elementary School Partners (continued…)
Gold Canyon Candles Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Sponsor for Annual Space Week Provided financial and material support Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction

Goodyear of Gainesville

Hammer Head Handyman

Jolie laide Salon

Junction Travel

Just Fitness for Kids

Keller Williams Realty

Kline’s Drive-in

Lockheed Martin Lorraine Simon

Cedar Point Elementary School Partners (continued…)
Longaberger Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction

Luray Caverns

Mary Kay

Mercedes Smith

Miami Dolphins

Modell’s Sporting Goods

Olde Town Barber Shop

Olde Town Hobby Shoppe

Olive Garden

Pampered Chief

Cedar Point Elementary School Partners (continued…)
Panera Bread Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction

Paramount’s King Dominion

Party Co.

People’s Barber Shop

Pickle Bob’s Ice Cream Stand

Potomac Nationals

Prosperos Book Store

RLC Bats

Safeway of Bristow

Cedar Point Elementary School Partners (continued…)
Sills Car Wash Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Sponsor for Annual Space Week Provided financial and material support Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction

Six Flags America

Skate and Fun Zone

Smithsonian National Zoological Park

Sylvan Learning Center

The Spaghetti Shop

Two Days Gifts

Uno’s Chicago Grill

Virginia Science Museum Washington Capitals

Cedar Point Elementary School Partners (continued…)
Washington Nationals Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction Local businesses donated goods and services to the Cedar Point PTA Silent Auction

Washington Post

Whimsical Gallery

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • • Supported science and math instruction through the Fourth Annual Space Week Donations allowed the purchase of new computers, library books, and playground equipment Donations supported the balanced literacy program through the purchase of new core materials for the classrooms Donations allowed the purchase of new trade books and leveled reading books

Coles Elementary School
7405 Hoadly Road, Manassas, VA. 20112 703-791-3141 Principal: Alfie Turner Partnership Coordinator: Marjorie Chester Number of Students: 421 Number of teachers: 44 Students who attend Coles Elementary School will possess the knowledge, skills and confidence to become lifelong learners, productive and contributing members of society. Their elementary school experience will foster a love of learning and a respect for all individuals and the environment. Partners: Name of Partner Coles Volunteers Pizza Hut Prince William County Library System Voluntary Action Center/RSVP List of Activities Provided tutors and classroom support Provided coupons for incentives Provided Viva Van program to promote reading in Hispanic community Provided tutors and mentors

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • • • 10 students were tutored in math and reading Coles Elementary grounds were landscaped with donated materials Door prizes were donated for the fall and spring fair 65 second grade students participated in lessons on career awareness, family and communities, and economics Students received food coupons as incentives

Volunteer Hours: • 2,137 volunteer hours have been logged as of May 20, 2005, valued at $20.02 per hour = total volunteer value of $42,782.74

Dale City Elementary School 14450 Brook Drive, Woodbridge, VA 703-670-2208 Principal: Marc A. Bergin Assistant Principal: Cindy Crowe-Miller Number of Students: 520 Number of teachers: 52 Dale City Elementary School has a diverse faculty and student body who bring with them a variety of experiences in education and cultures. Some staff members have taught here since the school’s opening. Partners: Name of Partner Fort Belvoir Federal Credit Union List of Activities Held planning meetings for 2005-2006 partnership kick-off. Fort Belvoir employees to provide tutoring to students via the “Homework Club” Sponsored “Back to Nature” Program an SOL based Science assembly

NOVEC

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • • • Donation of books and other materials for “new baby baskets” Participation in after-school “homework helper club” Participation as guest readers during Literacy celebrations Monetary donation in support of positive behavior support program “Back to Nature” surveys were submitted to the Business partnership Office

Dumfries Elementary School
3990 Cameron Street 703-221-3101 Principal: Rita Goss Assistant Principal: Glynis Taylor Number of Students: 434 Number of Teachers: 36 Partners: Name of Partner Azalea Charities Carraba’s Center for the Arts Dumfries Methodist Church Dumfries Triangle Rescue Squad Jo-Jo’s Ice Cream NOVEC Prince William County Library System Soroptomist Club St. Paul’s Methodist Church Town of Dumfries Town of Dumfries Police Department Triangle Baptist Church Voluntary Action Center List of Activities Monetary donation Hosted Family Spaghetti Night Supports art curriculum Monetary support for basic needs Monetary support for basic needs Help host SOL party; provide school supplies Sponsored “Back to Nature” program Chinn Library displays student art work Provides tutors Monetary support for basic needs Provides volunteers for Read Across America Students participate in “Shop with a Cop” program Monetary support for basic needs Provide volunteer tutoring

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Ellis Elementary School
8800 Rixlew Lane, Manassas, Virginia 20109 703-365-0287 Principal: Jewell Moore Number of Students: 748 Number of Teachers: 60 At Ellis we will shoot for the stars and explore new worlds as we begin our journey as life long learners. Partners: Name of Partner NOVEC Stonewall Jackson High School List of Activities Sponsored Back to Nature program Students from IB classes at Stonewall Jackson provide classroom help and student tutoring New partnership formed Spring 2006, provide program support

Vulcan Quarry

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • Students from SJHS work with teachers and provide tutoring Students from SJHS provided Science learning lab type of experience for 3rd to 5th graders at Ellis

Enterprise Elementary School
13900 Lindendale Rd., Woodbridge, Va. 22193 703-590-1558 Principal: Rachael English Assistant Principal: Elizabeth Catlett Partnership Coordinator: Eric Worcester Number of Students: 580 Number of teachers: 51 Enterprise Elementary students will learn to their fullest capacity. They will be respected for their individuality and will develop a quest for life-long learning. Students will become thinkers, as well as doers, and be able to transfer their learning and problem-solving skills to real life situations using given technology. Students' self-respect is viewed as essential to their personal development and as a necessary precursor to respecting others. Enterprise Elementary students will demonstrate responsible decision-making and understand the cultures of the world, enabling them to become good citizens both in school and within the community. The staff, as a collegial supportive unit, will work in conjunction with the family to support student growth and success. Their cooperative efforts will have a positive impact on this educational vision. Partners: Name of Partner NOVEC Voluntary Action Center Woodbridge Sport and Health Club List of Activities Sponsored “Back to Nature” program an SOL based Science assembly Provided tutors and mentors for students As part of “Project Fit America” Woodbridge Sport and Health Club provided a grant in the amount of $15,500 to be used for athletic equipment

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Featherstone Elementary School
14805 Blackburn Road, Woodbridge, VA 22191 703-491-1156 Principal: Linda Dockery Number of Students: 464 Number of teachers: 39 Featherstone where our Hearts, Hands and Minds are shaping the Future. Hearts - the self-esteem and pride each child brings to the learning process. Hands - the hard work and active participation from both students and teachers in the learning process. Minds - the discovery and utilization of knowledge as children prepare for the future. Partners: Name of Partner NOVEC Prince William County Park Authority List of Activities Sponsor Back to Nature Program Featherstone provides summer staff for Park and Recreation program utilizing Featherstone teachers and teacher aides. The Park Authority provides facilities for after-school programs during the school year.

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not provided to the Business Partnership Office

Forest Park High School
15721 Spriggs Rd., Woodbridge, VA 22193 703-583-3200 Principal: William L. Brown, Jr. Assistant Principals: Eddie Campbell, Susan Elliot, Melanie Fitzgerald Daniel Partnership Coordinators: Brian Hackett, Chuck Drake Number of Students: 2,520 Number of Teachers: 171 The mission of Forest Park High School is to provide an educational program that promotes student achievement while developing compassionate and responsible citizens. Partners: Name of Partner Voluntary Action Center Triangle Elementary School Enterprise Elementary School Graham Park Middle School Apple Federal Credit Union Saunders Middle School Win-Win Strategies Foundation List of Activities Volunteer placement Volunteer placement Volunteer placement Volunteer placement Provided financial education and sponsored a bank branch at the school Volunteer placement Provided technology education and a monetary donation of $18,000 for computer labs for the technology department Provided career awareness support and speakers Helped with computer recycling Provided web-based software for the technology program Provided software and curriculum help for the technology program Volunteer placement Provided software

Georgia Tech Research Institute STIC Educational Options NetOp Dumfries Elementary School Microsoft

Forest Park High School
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner Comcast McDonald’s Computer Sciences Corporation Muriel Humphries SAI Engineering List of Activities Provided internet cable and cable network for Technology program Donated food Provided job shadowing opportunities Provided paid internships Provided support of the technology department through speakers, career awareness activities, etc. Provided speakers Provided speakers and technology support Volunteer placement Volunteer placement Provided technology and science speakers, supported cable network, provided input on science, math and technology curriculum and helped with career awareness activities, provided a presentation on polymers and chemistry during National Engineering Week activities. Provided internships Provided paid internships Provided paid employment for students in need Provided technology education and speakers Provided substantial monetary support, provided free practice times to the golf team, provided free tournament times, free pro consultations, and provided banquet and meeting rooms free of charge, and participated in school fundraisers

ACTS, Inc. Gateway Prince William Forest Park Godwin Middle School Lockheed Martin

Advanced Auto Parts Potomac CAD, Inc. Burger King Virginia Department of Education Montclair County Club

Forest Park High School
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner Earned Tax Credit Coalition (EITC) List of Activities Provided Tax preparation training to Accounting class students, who then prepared taxes free of charge to families who qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit Donated 300 computers for classroom support Support, contributions Incentive coupons Support, contributions Support, contributions

MICRON Jeff Rouse Aquatic Center Old Country Buffet – PW Parkway Pitkins Ace Hardware T’s to Please

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Received over $35,000.00 in support from Montclair County Club

Awards/Recognition: • The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received one of three 2005-2006 “Partnership of the Year” awards from the Business Partnership Office • The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received the Virginia Department of Education Career and Technical Education Services Regional Group Award • Inducted into the Business Partnership Office “Best Practice Club”

Freedom High School
15201 Neabsco Mills Rd., Woodbridge, VA 22191 703-583-1405 Principal: Inez S. Bryant Assistant Principals: "Rusty" Fortenberry, Madre M. Mack, and Marc Maloney Partnership Coordinator: Dr. Lou Ellen Brademan Number of Students: 1021 Number of Teachers: 79 The mission of Freedom High School is to provide a high quality, comprehensive and meaningful education for all students. This will be accomplished through partnerships among staff, parents, and community. Partners: Name of Partner Northern Virginia Community College – Woodbridge Campus List of Activities Provided tutors for students in need of remediation, speakers, participated in the Career Fair, provided professors and translators, curriculum support, research opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and displayed student artwork. Provided opportunities for duel enrollment and shared space for sports and classroom training. Provided NVCC-Woodbridge tours and college information for FHS seniors and implemented a math tutoring program. Provided a part-time career coach through the Bridges Program. Participated in two Adopt-A-Highway activities in partnership with FHS. Provided tutors for students participating on athletic teams, support for the FBLA club, financial education speakers and seminars for both the general population and Hispanic community Provided Transitional Employment Provided guest speakers for the CENS program, environmental issues, and Chesapeake Bay

BB&T – Marumsco Plaza

ACTS – Turning Point Prince William County Park Authority

Freedom High School
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner PWC – Vocational Services Division – Horticultural Therapy Program Mason Neck State Park Northern Virginia Audubon Society List of Activities Provided plant tables for the FHS greenhouse. Provided community service and volunteer opportunities. Provided curriculum assistance, volunteer opportunities, shared data and research, research opportunities for students and staff, and speakers Provided guest speakers, internships, summer job opportunities, free and reduced cost teacher training, access to research facilities, volunteer opportunities, watershed education, and free fish specimens for the CENS aquarium. Provided student volunteer opportunities, speakers, tour of Vulcan facilities for science staff, and granite and river rock donation. Provided staff development training on watersheds and environmental issues, volunteer opportunities, and community outreach. Provided opportunities for the students to visit the VIVA van, promoted other Prince William county agencies to the Hispanic population Provided mentors for Hispanic students, volunteer opportunities, translators, and participated in the Principal’s Advisory Council Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit

Leesylvania State Park

Vulcan Materials, Inc.

Belmont Bay Science Center/Science Museum of Virginia

Prince William County Library System

HOLA

Synergy One Federal Credit Union

Freedom High School
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner Meadowood, Department of Interior List of Activities Provided internships, opportunities for student field trips, student access to research facilities, environmental curriculum enrichment, and student volunteer opportunities. Received Hands on the Land $10,000 grant award in partnership with Freedom HS. Provided gift certificates for teacher appreciation. FHS students participated in the annual Walk America, and raised over $2,100 over the past two years. Assists with the girl’s tennis team for practices & games. $10,000 grant award was received by FHS to implement the proposed project Bits! Bytes! Biographies! Students performed research about the person of interest, explored related career opportunities, and created and presented a WebQuest that was critiqued by their peers. This was a school-wide project. $10,000 grant award was received by FHS to implement Project PASS – Pulling All Stops for SOLs. The grant funds paid for 6 LCD projectors, Vernier Science probeware, a smartboard, and incentives for student review and remediation sessions. Provided the opportunity for CENS students to hold car washes as fund raising activities. Awarded CENS students $340.00 matching grant funds to help pay for an environmental education field trip.

Bob Evans March of Dimes

Jack Morris America Online Inc. (AOL)

Fort Belvoir

South Bridge Wal-Mart, Dumfries

Freedom High School
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner LEEP – Local Environmental Education Partners List of Activities Provided expertise, mentors, guest speakers, watershed education, volunteer opportunities, curriculum enrichment, community service, and internship opportunities. Provided volunteer opportunities, community service, watershed education, and native plant expertise and donations. Provided expertise and guest speakers to CENS students, volunteer opportunities, and assistance with applying for Environmental Certification. They donated $500.00 to the CENS program so that a group of students could attend the 2006 Environment Virginia Conference where they gave multiple presentations. Provided staff development opportunities, science activities for CENS students, community outreach, volunteer opportunities, and watershed education. Arranged for FHS to receive a free mulch donation from Eastern Clearing Inc. Will provide guest speakers and monetary support to CENS & SPED related activities. Provided mentors, speakers on environmental issues, science fair judges, field trip opportunities, and curriculum assistance. Provide scholarships to students Provide speakers for environmental science program

Friends of the Potomac River Refuges

PWC Government, Risk Management Division

Prince William County Department of Public Works

Coldwell Banker

Lockheed Martin

Lake Ridge Rotary Burgess Niple

Freedom High School
Partners (continued…) List of Activities Dr. Brademan and other FHS environmental education partners provided a watershed education field experience at FHS to 80 Rippon Science & Math specialty program students. Virginia Cooperative Extension Provided financial education for both the general and Hispanic community. Provided the Home Buying Information Fair in English & Spanish. Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Prince William County Office of Provided tax preparation training to Housing and Community Development accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Internal Revenue Service Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Prince William County Department of Provided tax preparation training to Social Services accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge Provided volunteer opportunities, speakers, staff development for teachers, and community outreach opportunities. Teachers & students in the science dept. are growing native plants to stock the wildlife refuge. Build-A-Bear, Wal-Mart, Claire’s, Provided gift certificates and/or Dominoes, and Krispy Kreme. free/discounted food to support our Freedom Incentive Program. Name of Partner Rippon Middle School

Freedom High School
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner Soil and Water Conservation District List of Activities Provided volunteer opportunities, community outreach opportunities, watershed education, staff development opportunities, and helped enhance the science curriculum Provide transitional employment

Fastware, Hampton Inn, Woodbridge Sport and Health Club, AMF Bowling, Jo Ann Fabrics, A J Wright, Old Country Buffet, and IKEA Build-A-Bear, Chick Fil-A, Claire’s, Dominoes, Famous Dave’s, Hallmark, McDonald’s, Red Robin, Shoppers Food Warehouse, and Wal-Mart. Airflow Service Co., Bill Bostar Org., Buffalo Philly’s, Castle Sprinkler & Alarm Service, Cheeseburger Paradise, Coldstone Creamery, Coldwell Banker, D’Vine Styles & Cuts, The Dog Eaze Inn, Fairfield Inn Marriott, Glory Days Grill, Hair Talk, H & I Electronics, ICI - Professional Services for Government Customers, Jobin Realty, Krispy Kreme, Lazenby Heating & AC, Lindsay Chevrolet of Woodbridge, George Lyon’s & Associates - Long & Foster, Lustine Toyota Scion, McDonalds, My Little World Day Care, National City Mortgage, Prince William Engraving & Awards, Inc., Quality Inn – Dumfries, Reliable Quality Service, ReMax Allegiance, RGIS Inventory Specialists, Sensational U Salon & Spa, Shirt Art, Steakhouse Sports Theatre, Tahitian Noni, U.S. Title, Virginia Commonwealth Public Notary, Mo Wilson Properties, Inc., Yvonne’s Hair, Nails, & Tan.

Provided gift certificates, gift cards, donated food and/or merchandise for our SOL Saturday activity.

Provided support to our athletics & extracurricular programs through monetary donations and/or fundraising efforts.

Freedom High School
Partners (continued…)

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: Increase in student achievement, work readiness, and community involvement. The staff and students of Freedom HS have been provided with academic and monetary support from our business and community partners. Additionally, staff and students have been involved with community service and volunteer opportunities through our partnerships. Awards/Recognition: 2005-06 • $10,000 Hands on the Land Grant was received by Meadowood, SMRA in partnership with Freedom HS, to provide equipment and materials for student field experiences. • $10,000 grant award was awarded to FHS by AOL in order to implement the proposed school-wide project Bits! Bytes! Biographies! Students performed research about the person of interest, explored related career opportunities, and created and presented a WebQuest that was critiqued by their peers. • $10,000 grant was awarded to FHS by Fort Belvoir in order to implement Project PASS – Pulling All Stops for SOLs. The grant funds paid for 6 LCD projectors, Vernier Science probeware, a smartboard, and incentives for student review and remediation sessions. • The South Bridge Wal-Mart awarded CENS students a $340.00 matching grant fund donation to help pay for an environmental education field trip. • PWC Government, Department of Risk Management donated $500.00 to the CENS program so that a group of students could attend the 2006 Environment Virginia Conference, where they gave multiple presentations.

2004-05 • Belmont Bay Partnership received one of three 2005-2006 “Partnership of the Year” awards from the Business Partnership Office • The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received one of three 2005-2006 “Partnership of the Year” awards from the Business Partnership Office • The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received the Virginia Department of Education Career and Technical Education Services Regional Group Award • Inducted into the Business Partnership Office “Best Practice Club”

Gar-Field High School 14000 Smoketown Road, Woodbridge, VA 22192 703-730-7000 Principal: Roger Dallek Assistant Principals: Barbara Cavalier, Myca Gray, and Michael Wright Administrative Assistants: Christopher McMillan, Regina Nash, & Elise Simpson Partnership Coordinator: Helene Simpson-Chapman Number of Students: 2,641 Number of Teachers: 189

To meet student educational needs, Gar-Field's greatest resource is our faculty and staff. In no other school will one find a group of people more dedicated to the acquisition and enrichment of knowledge in young people. Administrators, teachers, and support staff alike work together to foster a community of caring and achievement.

Partners:

Name of Partner
Abercrombie & Fitch ACTS, Inc. AJ Wright AMC Theaters AMERIGROUP Virginia Inc. AT & Associates Back Stage Banana Republic Bed Bath & Beyond Best Buy

List of Activities
COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity Provided field trip opportunities and training sites for community based instruction Student internship opportunities and CBI vocational training sites COE/COOP and other student internship opportunites Provides free materials on health, wellness, and other educational materials for school programs and curriculum support Provided donations in fundraising for toner/ink cartridge recycling Donated goods for school theatre productions COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity COE/Student Internship opportunity

Beville Middle School MYIB Big Lots BJ's Wholesale Club Bob Evans Restaurant--Potomac Mills Border Outlet Boston Market Burger King Carraba's Charlotte Russe Cheeseburger in Paradise Christ Chapel Academy Chili’s CVS DAKS Dale City Animal Clinic

IB Partnership with GFHS IB Program development stages Donated goods and provided monetary contributions for senior trip Donates products to club/class programs Donates to club/class fundraiser programs and provides student employment and student field trip location COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity Student employment and COE/COOP credit opportunity Donates to club/class fundraiser programs Partners with GFHS--Marketing Department and provides merchandise for fashion show COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity COE/Student Internship opportunity COE/Student Internship opportunity COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity COE/Student Internship opportunity COE/Student Internship opportunity

Gar-Field High School Partners (Continued…)
Department of Defense Graphic Arts Publisher Brian Taylor, DOD Magazine Editor Department of the Army--Ft. Belvoir Department of the Army--Hoffman Bldg. Department of the Army--Pentagon Don Pablo's Restaurant--Woodbridge Dr. Ravinder Singh Elementary Schools--Countywide Footlocker GAP Gibbs College Godwin Middle School MYIB Group USA Hendricks Home Improvements High Schools--Countywide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Hollister Holly Acres Internal Revenue Service Kastle Security Systems KB Toy Outlet KFC Lockheed Martin Lone Star Marshall's Mary-Elizabeth Project ,St. Margaret's Episcopal Church and First Mt. Zion Baptist Church McDonald's Restaurant Middle Schools--Countywide Military Recovery Program Minnieland Private DaySchool, Dale City Montclair Tabernacle Church of God Graphic Artist/Publisher/Editor provided guest speaking and curriculum support of Desktop Publishing Multimedia program Provided computers, office equipment, supplies, furniture, and miscellaneous items to support programs throughout the school Provided office furniture and supplies Provided Dell computers P4's and monitors Provided student employment opportunities Donated medical exams and medicines to students in need w/o medical insurance Sharing donations and other resources as pertinent to each school's individual needs or requests COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity Reviewed resumes & interviews, hosted Business Development Workshop, participated in college fair IB Partnership with GFHS IB Program COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity and donations for school fashion show COE/Student Internship opportunity Sharing donations and other resources as pertinent to each school's individual needs or requests Expanding partnerships to seek mentors from locally owned/operated Hispanic businesses for high school FBLA club(s) COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity Partnered with GFHS accounting and FBLA students for the past two years for Earned Income Tax Credit campaign Provide field trip opportunities, and provide students in need with financial help COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity Provides donations and curriculum assistance by participating in the GroupIV IB project. COE/Student Internship opportunity Provides student work experience and internship opportunities Partnership with GRADS program at GFHS Student employment and COE/COOP credit opportunity Sharing donations and other resources as pertinent to each school's individual needs or requests Goods donated through various school and community partners to men and women recovering from injuries while in battle Student internship opportunities and CBI vocational training sites Adopt-a-School Church provided tutors, mentors, donations of goods, and money for needy students including assistance with building club/class floats and dance decorations. Maintain site for local Community Resource Center and trailer storage with other partners

Motorola Race to Recycle Mrs. Fields

and World Vision DC sponsorship. Fundraiser program with GFHS and recycle cell phones Provides student work experience and internship opportunities

Gar-Field High School Partners (Continued…)
Provided tutoring for IB Physics, Advance Mathematics and Chemistry Donated office supplies and art supplies for summer school programs Provided tutors/mentors, job shadowing opportunities and financial curriculum education Nikita Koloff, Motivational Speaker Motivational speaker Northrop Grumman IT TASC Provided technology support, donated computer equipment, furniture, office supplies and materials to support REACH, ESOL and various curricular programs NOVEC Provides career mentors, guest speakers, and scholarship opportunities Off Broadway Shoes COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity Office Max Provided inkjet cartridge exchange--free reams of copy paper Office Movers Provided free transportation of donated items from origination to destination locations Old Country Buffet, Dale City Provided paid internship and COE opportunities along with incentive coupons for students in all grades K-12, and CBI vocational training Old Navy Partners with GFHS--Marketing Department and provides merchandise for showcase on a monthly basis and COE/COOP student internship experiences One Stop Job Training Center Provided field trip opportunity and instruction for special needs students Original Steakhouse and Sports Theater Provides student work experience and internship opportunities Osh Kosh B'gosh Provides student work experience and internship opportunities Our Lady of Angels Church COE/Student Internship opportunity PetCo, Dale City Student internship opportunities and CBI vocational training sites Potomac Hospital Community Education Provide guest speaker(s), materials and equipment for Summer Smart and Fit program in conjunction with Summer School Remediation Program Potomac Place Assisted Living Student internship opportunities and CBI vocational training sites POW Website Student internship opportunity, and Multimedia curriculum support Prince William County Department of Social Partnered with GFHS accounting and FBLA students for the past two Services years for Earned Income Tax Credit campaign Prince William County Office of Housing and Partnered with GFHS accounting and FBLA students for the past two Community Development years for Earned Income Tax Credit campaign Prince William County Park Authority-- Veteran's Provided student employment opportunities for COE/COOP credit and Park employment of former GF graduates Prince William County Park Authority--Chinn Ctr. Provided student employment opportunities for COE/COOP credit Prince William County Park Authority--Dale City Provided student employment opportunities for COE/COOP credit Recreation Center Pro Speed Training Motivational Speaker Project Unite Provided field trip opportunities and training sites for community based instruction PW Clean Community Council Provided speakers on clean water, clean water activities and curriculum assistance by participating in the GroupIV IB project. Red Lobster Student employment and COE/COOP credit opportunity Red Robin Provided paid internship and COE opportunities along with incentive coupons for students in all grades K-12 NASA Retiree National Council on Aging Navy Federal Credit Union

River Run Senior Apartments Riverview Baptist Day School

Student field trip location and curriculum support for FACS course Provides student work experience and internship opportunities

Gar-Field High School Partners (Continued…)
Sam's Wholesale Club SERVE, Inc. Shoppers Food Warehouse Silver Diner Sport and Health Clubs, Dale City Springwell Staples Summerville Assisted Living Sylvania Learning Center Synergy One Federal Credit Union Target The Waters Foundation TJ Maxx Toastmasters Website Todos Supermarket Provided donated goods and employment of former GF graduates and CBI student work experiences Goods donated through various school and community resources for shelters in Manassas COE/Student Internship opportunity, provides CBI student work experience and internship opportunities Donates to club/class fundraiser programs and COE/Student Internship opportunity Student internship opportunities and CBI vocational training sites Co-Sponsor EDULINK for GFHS Provided inkjet cartridge fundraising program Student internship opportunities and CBI vocational training sites COE/Student Internship opportunity Partnered with GFHS accounting and FBLA students for Earned Income Tax Credit campaign Provided student work experience/COE opportunities and fundraising program and selected GF students for community relations poster Provided job shadow opportunities and curriculum enhancement COOP/COE/Student Internship opportunity Student paid internship/COE opportunity and Desktop Multimedia curriculum support Provided mentoring to Hispanic students, internships and employment opportunities along with the donation of goods. Sponsors the ESOL Club with Mrs. Morales and Mrs. Bushman Provides student work experience and internship opportunities Provided student employment opportunities Provided discounts on rental vehicles for donation retrieval Provided teacher site visits and curriculum assistance to teachers for staff development Provides student work experience and internship opportunities Provided students with the opportunity to be math tutors, job shadow opportunities, speaking opportunities and curriculum enhancement Partnered with GFHS accounting and FBLA students for the past two years for Earned Income Tax Credit campaign Provided teacher in-services, internships and student accounting recognition and financial education Provides COE/COOP and other student internship work experiences Donated eye exams and glasses for students in need Provided job shadow and student internship work experiences Provided tutors/mentors with tools and materials for student resources, school/office supplies, cleaning supplies, clothing, shoes, teacher incentives and prizes for Holiday celebrations and various miscellaneous items for program support, community service projects and club/class projects Long time partner who developed the Entrepreneurship program at GFHS and has provided textbooks and video materials at no cost to maintain the program and co-sponsored EDULINK for GFHS

Tommy Hilfiger U.S. Aquatics Pool U-Haul Rentals Universal Dynamics Urban Planet Vaughan Elementary School Virginia Cooperative Extension VSCPA--Virginia State CPA Organization Wal-Mart Retail Stores Wal-Mart Optical Department Westminster at LakeRidge World Vision--Vision DC

Zeiders Enterprises

Gar-Field High School

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • • More than 100+ students earned credit for internship opportunities through school partnerships. IB Project IV Students benefited from school partners involvement in presentations and project research and development. Programs received monetary funding and support from business partners and other community agencies. Schools across the county received donations of school supplies, office materials, and various equipment through multi-group partnerships distributed from GFHS with the help and support of Terry Muse and the Supply Services team. Donations were valued at the $500,000 level for the 2005-2006 school year alone.

Awards/Recognition:

• •

Agnes Meyer Teacher of the Year Recipient awarded to Bill Willis Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year Recipient awarded to Helene S. Chapman

Glenkirk Elementary School 8584 Sedge Wren Drive Gainesville, VA 20155 Phone (703) 753-1702 Principal: Lisa Gilkerson Assistant Principal: Bridget Outlaw Number of Students: 845 Number of Teachers: 55

Partners: Name of Partner Center for the Arts Cornerstone Landscaping Falkland Gallery Lowe’s – Gainesville MICRON TAC Ceramic Tile List of Activities Arts on the Go program supports art curriculum Donation made for Dedication Day Donation made for Dedication Day Donation made for Dedication Day Participated in Career Day Donation made for Dedication Day

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Godwin Middle School
14800 Darbydale Avenue, Woodbridge, VA 22193 703-670-6166 Principal: William Reid, III Assistant Principals: Renee Chinn and Linda Higgins Number of students: 1183 Number of teachers: 92 Godwin is a very diverse community that provides outstanding academic opportunities for every student. Partners: Name of Partner Adlers Art and Frame AMF Bowling Charlene Welch/Mary Kay Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center Dale City Recreation Fuddruckers Giant Food -Mapledale Giant Food- Center Plaza Giant Food – River Ridge Giant Food – Jeff. Davis Highway Hair Cuttery – Cheshire Station Ministerial Association Outback Steakhouse Red Robin Wal-Mart - Dumfries Wal-Mart - Manassas Wal-Mart - Woodbridge List of Activities Donation of a frame Bowling tickets provided as student incentives Donated gift basket Provide daily passes as student incentives Provide daily passes as student incentives Provide coupons as staff and student incentives Provide coupons as student incentives Provide coupons as student incentives Provide coupons as student incentives Provide coupons as student incentives Provide free haircuts Donation of Goods Provide coupons as student incentives Provide coupons as staff incentives Donate gift certificates as student incentives Donate gift certificates as student incentives Donate gift certificates as student incentives

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not provided to the Business Partnership Office

Graham Park Middle School
3613 Graham Park Rd., Triangle, Va. 22172 703-221-2118 Principal: Gary J. Anderson Assistant Principals: John DeMarkis and Judith Marie Mears Number of Students: 1244 Number of teachers: 92 Graham Park's staff is committed to making our school a community of learners in a bully and harassment free environment. The Park provides its students with the mechanisms and skills needed to master the critical challenges and demands of the 21st century in a committed and caring environment. Partners: Name of Partner Forest Park High School Taco Bell Marine Corps at Quantico Bowl America Bargain Boxes List of Activities Learn and Serve Incentive Coupons “Lunch Buddy” mentors Incentive Coupons Provides business contact for more partnerships, helps with press releases, recruits businesses to participate in Graham Park partnership program and career exploration activities, provides other resources and expertise.

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Henderson Elementary School
3799 Waterway Drive, Dumfries 22026 703-670-2885 Principal: Julie A. Hurst Assistant Principal: William T. Horan Number of Students: 579 Number of teachers: 39 Henderson will be a school where students will develop a love of learning and transfer their learning to real life by applying thinking and problem solving skills. They will effectively communicate their ideas and utilize technology in acquiring, analyzing, and disseminating information. Our students will have an understanding of their own and other cultures, and be good citizens in our school, the community, and the world. Our school will be a place where all persons are valued as an important part of the whole. Within this environment, the staff will be role models who use their creativity, knowledge, and enthusiasm to inspire each student's personal best. The family and community will participate in the educational programs at Henderson, realizing that education is most effective when school, family, and community work together. Partners: Name of Partner Starbucks – Cheshire Station List of Activities Donated goods for PTCO and teacher appreciation breakfasts. Hopes to expand activities in the coming year to include volunteers and mentors. Donated spring clean-up supplies and volunteers

Shearscapes

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • Starbucks donated goods valued at approximately $500.00 Shearscapes donated mulch and spring clean-up supplies valued at approximately $200.00

C.D. Hylton High School
14051 Spriggs Rd., Woodbridge, Va. 22193 703-580-4067 Principal: Carolyn Custard Assistant Principals: Brenda Byrd, Michael DeWitt, Robbie Knetter, and Tony Switzer Partnership Coordinator: Carrie English Number of Students: 2,450 Number of teachers: 169 We have a great and dedicated staff. They work extremely hard to assist students and to provide instruction that is tailored to the various learning styles and needs of all students. Our goal is to equip students with the skills needed to experience success as well as to become productive citizens and lifelong learners. Partners: Name of Partner Apple Federal Credit Union Internal Revenue Service List of Activities Financial services and education Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Provided assistance with TV classes Internships and monetary donations Internships and monetary donations Tours for Students

Comcast Dr. Bajoghli Dr. Haston Friends of Brentsville Historic District, Inc. Lockheed Martin

Donation of a Wave Tank and Speakers Malloy Auto Mall Internships Northrop Grumman IT TASC Furniture for building NOVEC Speakers and scholarships Old Country Buffet Food for student award ceremonies Patten & Associates Speakers PWCPS Adult Education Department Internships PWCPS Special Education Department Internships

C.D. Hylton High School
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner Win-Win Strategies Foundation Prince William County Office of House and Community Development List of Activities Donated a complete computer lab Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Food for student recognition Financial literacy and provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Discounts to 48 students 38 pizzas for recognition program Speakers Monetary donation Monetary donation Speakers Internships Supports Art program by displaying student artwork Certificates for student achievements

Synergy One Federal Credit Union

Red Lobster Virginia Cooperative Extension

Prince William County Department of Social Services

Olive Garden Pizza Hut – Forestdale TESST College Giant Foods Safeway BB&T Bank PWCPS Transportation Department Sandia Café Red Robin

C.D. Hylton High School
Partners (continued…) Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • 150 students received financial literacy lectures from the IRS, BB&T and Apple Federal Credit Union 200 students/faculty became members of the Bulldog Branch of Apple Federal Credit Union. Over 40 students learned to successfully operate a credit union. 800 hours of training went into preparing students and operating a successful branch Hylton received over $10,000.00 in donated materials, food and furnishing from various partnerships Over 1000 students received incentives via discounts from Pizza Hut, Olive Gardens, Old Country Buffet. This averaged in excess of $2,000.00 for student recognition/award activities 59 business volunteers for the Sophomore Career Day activities. Each person averaged 7 hours @ 20.02 per hour (Donation = $8,268.26) Hylton received approximately $3,000 for student use from Apple Federal Credit Union, used ink cartridges, and monetary donations

• • • •

Awards/Recognition: • • • • The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received one of three 2005-2006 “Partnership of the Year” awards from the Business Partnership Office The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received the Virginia Department of Education Career and Technical Education Services Regional Group Award Inducted into the Business Partnership Office “Best Practice Club” Friends of Brentsville Historic District, Inc., received a certificate of appreciation.

Volunteer Hours: • 65 volunteers contributed over 400 hours at $20.02 per hour of volunteer service for a total contribution of $8,008.00 to Hylton High School

Independent Hill/PACE East Program
14780 Joplin Rd., Manassas, VA 20112 703-791-8590 Principal: Terry DeCarbo Number of students: 40 Number of teachers: 6 The Independent Hill student will be educationally, physically and emotionally prepared to their maximum potential for successful community integration. Graduates will be transitioned into adult lifestyles as developmentally appropriate. At PACE East School, we believe that all students have the right to be educated to achieve their fullest potential. Students are entitled to an environment where they have the opportunity to be empowered as learners while developing at their own rate. Using technology and problem solving skills students will be prepared for post-graduate options. Students are expected to take an active role in their education - thus enabling them to become productive members of a multicultural and global society. Partners: Name of Partner CiCi’s Pizza Dale City Recreation Didlake Fairfield Inn Fastware Jo Ann Fabrics Kmart Manassas Regional Airport Lowes List of Activities Provide vocational exploration; independent living skills Vocational exploration; community awareness instruction Provide vocational exploration Provide vocational instruction Provide Vocational Instruction Provide Vocational Instruction Provide vocational instruction Provide vocational instruction, community awareness instruction Provide vocational exploration, independent living skills and community awareness. Provide community awareness instruction

Northern Virginia Community College

Independent Hill/PACE East Program
Partners (continued): Name of Partner OMNILink PetCo Prince William County Landfill PWCPS Special Education Department Sport & Health Club Summerville at Prince William UNO’s VFW Virginia Dept. of Rehabilitative Services Virginia Employment Commission List of Activities Provide opportunity to ride and learn how to navigate system Provide vocational instruction Provide community awareness instruction Provides resources and opportunities for internships and on-the-job training Provide vocational instruction Provide Vocational exploration Provide Vocational exploration Provide vocational instruction Provide community awareness instruction Provide Vocational exploration

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Kerrydale Elementary School
13199 Kerrydale Rd., Woodbridge, VA 22193 703-590-1262 Principal: Anthony W. Leonard Assistant Principal: Betty Ann Williams Number of students: 528 Number of teachers: 43 Kerrydale Elementary School will develop productive life-long learners through appropriate instruction and encourage each child to reach his or her fullest potential academically, socially, emotionally and physically in a disciplined environment. Kerrydale develops life-long learners who think creatively and critically, and use problem-solving skills so that all of its students are successful. Partners: Name of Partner Provident Bank – Woodbridge List of Activities Provided volunteers for literacy club and provided opportunities to display student art at the bank Incentive coupons Provided math and reading tutors

Quizno’s Voluntary Action Center/RSVP

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Kilby Elementary School
1800 Horner Road, Woodbridge, VA 22191 (703) 494-6677 Principal: Carolyn DeLaFleur Number of Students: 347 Number of Teachers: 37 We envision R. Dean Kilby Elementary School to be a nurturing and effective learning environment that prepares each student for life’s future challenges: morally, socially, environmentally, & academically. Partners: Name of Partner Covenant Presbyterian Church Exxon – Local station Girl Scout Council of the Nation Grace Lutheran Church Lowe’s Prince William Health District List of Activities Provide math and reading tutors for the Monday night tutoring program Made $500 donation Maintain Reading Garden Provide math and reading tutors for the Monday night tutoring program Provided material to build Reading Garden Provide Health and Wellness lessons

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

King Elementary
13224 Nickleson Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22193 703-590-1616 Principal: Laura Pumphrey Assistant Principal: Karen Edwards Number of Students: 539 Number of Teachers: 37 Proud Home of the Lions! Partners: Name of Partner Applebee’s BB&T Hilda Barg Shelter Hylton High School NOVEC List of Activities Hosted Pancake Breakfast Student run bank branch located in school Received proceeds from school’s Pancake Breakfast High school students serve as tutors and mentors for King students Sponsored Back to Nature program

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not provided to Business Partnership office.

Lake Ridge Elementary 11970 Hedges Run Dr. Woodbridge, VA 22192 (703) 494-9153 Principal: Elizabeth Martinez Number of Students: 577 Number of Teachers: 45 Partners: Name of Partner Prince William County Park Authority Maddigan’s Grill Jerry’s Subs Uno’s Huntington Learning Center List of Activities Maintenance of sports fields Incentive coupon/donation Incentive coupons Incentive coupons Homework Seminars

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to the Business Partnership Office

Lake Ridge Middle School
12350 Mohican Road, Woodbridge, VA 22192 703-494-5154 Principal: Jo Fitzgerald Assistant Principal: Sheila Huckestein. Michael J. Friedman Number of Students: 1065 Number of Teachers: 83 Home of the Wolves! Partners: Name of Partner Festival at Old Bridge Gold’s Gym List of Activities $1000 donation Provided discount on items for monthly student recognition Monthly guest speakers demonstrated and led classes in wellness activities

Jerry’s Subs and Pizza

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Leesylvania Elementary School
15800 Neabsco Road, Woodbridge, Virginia 22191 Phone 703-670-8268 Principal: Tisha L. Sipe Assistant Principal: Peggy Ann Taylor Partnership Coordinator: Cindy Franzen Number of Students: 1074 Number of Teachers: 70 Where Students Soar To Their Dreams. Partners: Name of Partner Fort Belvoir Federal Credit Union List of Activities Provides financial and math curriculum help and is working towards opening a student run credit union in the school NVCC students provide tutoring for LES students and NVECC sponsors the 5th grade field trip Provides tutors in math and reading Guest Speakers

Northern Virginia Community College – Woodbridge Campus Voluntary Action Center/RSVP Quantico Marines

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • 140 students were impacted by either the 5th grade field trip or the tutoring provided by NVCC students

Loch Lomond Elementary School
7900 Augusta Rd., Manassas, VA. 20111 703-368-4128 Principal: Brenda Lewis Number of Students: 470 Number of teachers: 40 The teachers, staff, parents and community of Loch Lomond School will communicate effectively and work cooperatively to provide a positive learning environment where all children are given an equal opportunity to develop their individual abilities to the fullest potential and acquire the basic skills necessary to become life-long learners and productive members of society. Partners: Name of Partner Anthony’s Restaurant Bowl America, Inc. Christ Chapel Damon’s Fraternal Order of Police List of Activities Provided dinner for 5th Grade Award Night Incentive coupons provided to students Donated book bags Incentive coupons for students Provided awards program for 5th graders and printed 500 copies of a Literacy magazine Provided plants, flowers and mulch to beautify the school grounds Sponsored “Back to Nature” Program an SOL based Science assembly Supports the reading program via coupons and other means Volunteers read to Spanish speaking students

Home Depot NOVEC Pizza Hut Yorkshire Fire Department

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • 15 Spanish speaking students increased their reading level because Yorkshire Fire Department volunteers read to them

Loch Lomond Elementary School
Partners (Continued…) • • • • The awards program sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Police impacted all 5th grade students. The Literacy magazine impacted the entire student body. Christ Chapel’s donation benefited the entire student body Home Depot’s donation benefited the entire student body Pizza Hut’s donation benefited the entire student body

Fred Lynn Middle School
2451 Longview Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22191 703-494-5157 Principal: Thomas Payne Assistant Principals: Rebecca Tessa, G. Edward Bissell, III Number of Students: 1,289 Number of teachers: 97

Fred Lynn is a school that meets the needs of a very diverse population of students and parents. By working together as a team of teachers, parents and students, we will continue to be successful. Partners: Name of Partner Ft. Belvoir – Department of the Army George Mason University Gold’s Gym Radio Fiesta 1480 AM List of Activities Provided bilingual guest speakers Sponsored a mediation program to students Program support, health and wellness Provides free air time for public service announcements created by students

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • Radio Fiesta 1480 AM has provided 30+ hours of airtime for public service announcements created by students. Students are able to improve their public speaking and language arts skills. Bilingual guest speakers from Ft. Belvoir enhanced the lives of ESOL students.

Thurgood Marshall Elementary School 12505 Kahns Road, Manassas, Virginia 20112 703-791-2099 Principal: Kay Hermeling Assistant Principal: Deborah Gorham Number of Students: 750 Number of Teachers: 48 Thurgood Marshall Elementary School is to develop a "Community of Learners" composed of students, staff, and parents dedicated to the ideal of lifelong learning. Each learner will be able to meet successfully the challenges of a changing society. Partners: Name of Partner Thurgood Marshall Chess Club Computer Training Depot List of Activities Provided an after school chess club and math curriculum enhancement Provided technology integration services and teacher in-service opportunities in the technology area Provided opportunities for teacher professional growth Provided science curriculum enhancement via an after school science club Provided funding and arranged for the shipping of goods to aid in Katrina relief for our adopted school Gulfview Elementary in Mississippi Donated 20 books to the library and provided readers of books to kindergarten and first grade Provided video on financial awareness. Assembly on Space and Space Exploration; Conducted teacher workshops, Conducted science experiments with individual classesExperiments were focused based on the level of students Career speakers, Science Fair Judges Provided lesson plans for SOL science courses Sponsored “Back to Nature” Program an SOL based Science assembly

Kappa Alpha Pi Galaxy Explorers

Corbin & Associates Inc.

Wachovia Bank

Cardinal Bank NASA Langley Research Center

Northrup Grumman Mission Systems Micron NOVEC

Thurgood Marshall Elementary School

Partners (Continued…) Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: As a result of our partnerships, Thurgood Marshall Elementary has continued to grow as a community school. In the community spirit, Marshall students have seen their generous spirit continued and expanded when Corbin & Associates Inc. took up their cause and provided shipping of their donations to our adopted school hit by Hurricane Katrina. Our other partnerships have had a positive impact on student learning and staff development. Thurgood Marshall Elementary is fortunate to have partners who believe in and put time and resources toward their vision of A Community of Learners.

Marsteller Middle School
14000 Sudley Manor Dr., Bristow, VA 20136 703-393-7608 Principal: Roberta Knetter Assistant Principal: Kim Ainsworth, Chuck Toler Number of Students: 1,214 Number of Teachers: 93 Competent, motivated teaching teams, scholastic incentives, and specialty programs under the leadership of “Principal of the Year” nominee Karen Poindexter maintain Marsteller’s “School of Excellence” status. Partners: Name of Partner Aerojet Asian Garden Associated Press BAE Systems Barbizon Model Centers Cisco Coldstone Creamery - Gainesville Dept. of Defense Dept. of Energy Dept. of the Interior Family Chiropractic Center Fairfax Co. Fire & Rescue FBI Flower Gallery Girl Scouts IRS Kline’s Ice Cream Koons of Manassas Lieumann Companies Lockheed Martin List of Activities Provided speaker for Career Day Donated goods for teacher appreciation week Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Donated gift certificates Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Donated flowers for ceremonies Provided landscaping of grounds Provided speaker for Career Day Donated ice cream Provided EduLink sponsorship Provided speaker for Career Day Provided judges for Science Fair; provided speaker for Career Day

Marsteller Middle School
Partners (Continued…) Manassas City Police Dept. McDean MICRON Potomac Nationals Performance Food Group PWC Parks Authority PWC Police Dept. PWC Sheriff’s Dept. PW Chapter of American Red Cross PW Clean Community Council PW Watershed Management RMP Studios Safeway SI International Starbuck’s - Gainesville Stonehouse Realty Supreme Court of Virginia United Airlines USA Today US Coast Guard US Air Force US Army USPS VeriSign Wargo’s Martial Arts Washington Post Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided judges for Science Fair; provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided judges for Science Fair Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided after-school program for Ecology Club Provided instructional assistance at Leesylvania State Park Provided speaker for Career Day Donated goods for ceremonies Provided speaker for Career Day Donated coffee for teacher appreciation breakfast Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speakers for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day Provided speaker for Career Day

Marsteller Middle School
Partners (Continued…)

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • • • Lockheed Martin judged the 7th & 8th grade Science Fair and the 6th grade Science Symposium; provided career awareness for all 8th graders during Career Day PWC Parks Authority judged the 7th & 8th grade Science Fair and the 6th grade Science Symposium PW Watershed Management Taught watershed programs to all 6th grade students Marsteller Middle School was the first school to participate in the PW Clean Community Council Adopt-a-School program by keeping school grounds litter-free. The 8th Grade Career Day program was very successful and informative due to the large number of companies who participated this year.

Marumsco Hills Elementary School
14100 Page Street, Woodbridge, VA 22191 703-494-3252 Principal: Joanne Alvey Assistant Principal: Carrie Webb Number of Students: 450 Number of teachers: 50 Marumsco Hills Elementary has many outstanding characteristics and has very high expectations for students and staff. At Marumsco Hills, we insist that all students will be successful learners. Partners: Name of Partner Fraternal Order of Police List of Activities Provides guest speakers, financial resources, school supplies, and ran the Santa Cop program Sponsored Back to Nature program Hosted Marumsco Hills events

NOVEC Outback Steakhouse

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • Outback Steakhouse donates a promotion banquet to all our fifth grade students and their parents. Police officers have come to read to students and also participate in Career Day. A wheelchair swing was donated through the FOP for our Orthopedic Impaired Students

McAuliffe Elementary School
13540 Princedale Drive, Woodbridge, VA. 22193 703-680-7270 Principal: Melinda Bendy Number of Students: 629 Number of teachers: 47 Sharon Christa McAuliffe Elementary School is an exciting group of diverse students who share their culture and strengths to achieve a greater understanding of the world. Parents and teachers are active partners in education and dedicated to helping each student to reach his/her potential. The learning environment is vibrant, rigorous, warm, and caring. Partners: Name of Partner Brainstorm Company Pizza Hut Voluntary Action Center Target NOVEC List of Activities Supports Dare to Dream, software, and PEP programs “Book It” incentive coupons Provides volunteers Provides food and volunteers for reading program Sponsored Back to Nature program

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Minnieville Elementary School
13639 Greenwood Dr., Woodbridge, Va. 22193 703-670-6106 Principal: Glynnis Taylor Assistant Principal: Sherri Berkman Number of Students: 622 Number of teachers: 55 Minnieville’s outstanding teachers and staff make it special. Students come from many diverse backgrounds and enjoy many opportunities to share their cultures. Partners: Name of Partner Old County Buffet – PW Parkway Giant Foods - Center Plaza Giant Foods – Mapledale Plaza McDonalds Lowe’s Prince William Symphony Orchestra Home Depot Boy Scouts Montclair Tabernacle Church of God Wal-Mart - Woodbridge List of Activities Incentive coupons and help with school ground beautification Display of student artwork and donation of gift certificates Display of student artwork and donation of gift certificates Drink donations Donation of supplies for beautification Free tickets to music performances Donation of supplies for beautification Donation of coupons Donation of supplies EduLink Sponsor

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Montclair Elementary School
4920 Tallowwood Drive, Dumfries, Virginia 22026 Phone: (703) 730-1072 Principal: Tawnya Stillson Soltis Assistant Principal: Angela Brown Owens Number of Students: 582 Number of teachers: 43

Montclair Elementary will stimulate a desire for life-long learning. Students will expand their knowledge base and increase their use of strategies to allow them to become productive communicators, resourceful problem solvers, and responsible decision makers in their culturally diverse and technologically rich environment. Partners: Name of Partner Acts, Inc. Learn and Serve Voluntary Action Center/RSVP Christ Chapel Church NOVEC Shoppers Food Warehouse List of Activities Donations to needy students Volunteers and Teacher assistance Math and reading tutors Donation of supplies Sponsored “Back to Nature” – an SOL based science assembly Participate in Career Day, provide reading tutors, and make donations

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • 25 needy students were impacted by donations of supplies and other necessary items. 60 students were impacted by math and reading tutors “Back to Nature” surveys were submitted to the Business Partnership Office

Mountain View Elementary
5600 McLeod Way, Haymarket, VA 20169 703-754-4161 Principal: Kristen Fisher Assistant Principal: Megan Barton Number of Students: 870 Number of Teachers: 59 Proud Home of the Cougars! Partners: Name of Partner Advantage Landscaping Ashley Leigh Realty Team Center for the Arts MICRON List of Activities Landscaped school grounds Made $5,000 donation Two “Arts on the Go” projects were provided to the school Give presentations, provide volunteers

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • MICRON, Advantage Landscaping, and Center for the Arts have contributed projects, people, and time in support of Mountain View and all students have benefited by their generous donations.

Mullen Elementary School
8000 Rodes Dr., Manassas, Va. 20109 703-330-0427 Principal: Joyce A. Sigmundsson Number of Students: 770 Number of teachers: 45 Mullen Elementary School students will learn to their fullest capacity. All students will have the ability to think and analyze both academic and social issues they may encounter and gain a level of self-esteem and knowledge for their future successes. Partners: Name of Partner Don Pablo’s - Manassas United Way - Health Van McDonalds Vulcan Materials List of Activities Sponsored a book drive Provided medical services via the “Success by Six” Health Van Provided incentive coupons Event sponsors and Advisory Council members, field trip opportunities, science curriculum enhancement, career day participants, donations to the school Sponsored the “Success by Six” Health Van Sponsored the “Success by Six” Health Van

PWCPS - Headstart Childfind

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Neabsco Elementary School
3800 Cordell Avenue, Woodbridge, VA 22193 703-670-2147 Principal: Linda Trexler Assistant Principal: Suzanne Bevans Number of Students: 697 Number of Teachers: 51 Neabsco Elementary School will be a school where students, parents, community, and staff work together to create a positive learning environment with high expectations for the success of all students. All efforts are focused on providing the appropriate instruction, remediation and enrichment necessary for students to meet or exceed grade level expectations. Partners: Name of Partner Gar-Field High School Lutheran Church Fraternal Order of Police FBI List of Activities Provided technology support Provided school supplies Provided “Thinking Caps” program Outback Promotion Dinner Provided science speakers, supported the 5th grade science program, started a Junior Scientists Club that met twice monthly, sponsored a fieldtrip for 5th graders who met academic and behavioral standards.

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

New Directions Alternative School 8886 Rixlew Lane, Manassas VA 20109 703-361-9808 Principal: Elmer Magyar

Our mission is to meet the social, academic, and behavioral needs of a diverse population of students who have not been successful in a traditional school setting. Partners: Name of Partner Ministerial Association List of Activities Provide support for students in need

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

New Dominion Alternative Education Center 8220 Conner Ave., Manassas, Va. 20111 703-361-9808 Principal: Renee Lacey, Acting Principal Number of Students: 70 Number of teachers: 7 Our mission is to create a nurturing learning community that supports, respects, and empowers all members to maximize their academic and social growth while encouraging tolerance of diversity. Partners: Name of Partner Birmingham Green List of Activities Provides opportunities for the students to communicate with the elderly residents through BINGO and other programs Provides the opportunity for students to work with Special Education students Teambuilding and field trip opportunities

Sudley Elementary School Hemlock Overlook Park

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Nokesville Elementary School
12625 Fitzwater Drive, Nokesville, VA 20181 703-594-2155 Principal: Bruce McDaniel Number of Students: 402 Number of teachers: 29 Nokesville has benefited from its history and a strong tradition of community support. Many of its students are grandchildren of graduates of this fine school. Partners: Name of Partner Dominion Foundation Patriot Bank – Nokesville List of Activities Provided $2,300 grant for Math Nights Provided tutoring for 3rd grade students, a saving account program for 4th and 5th grade students, and provided input on the “Homecoming” dance committee

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not reported to the Business Partnership Office

Occoquan Elementary School
12915 Occoquan Road, Woodbridge, VA 22192 703-494-2195 Principal: R. Todd Erickson Assistant Principal: Brenda Callahan Number of students: 535 Number of teachers: 35 At Occoquan School, our students will succeed to their fullest potential. We will provide learning experiences designed to meet the individual needs of our students in an environment that fosters academic excellence, high self-esteem, and a community of caring. We will strive to help students develop a positive attitude about learning, acquire the skills to become lifelong learners, and understand the importance of community service. Partners: Name of Partner Big Brothers/ Big Sisters Old Dominion Trim Specialists St. Paul’s Lutheran Church List of Activities Provided tutoring and mentoring Provided food for Fun Fair Provided tutoring and pep program

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • 30 students were impacted by the tutoring and mentoring program

Old Bridge Elementary School
3051 Old Bridge Road, Woodbridge, VA 22192 (703) 491-5614 Principal: Anita G. Flemons Number of Students: 574 Number of teachers: 45 We are a community of life-long learners. Partners: Name of Partner George Mason University Woodbridge High School Starbucks Coffee – Hedges Run List of Activities Provided substitutes/year long interns Provided tutors, high school helpers Provided reading tutors, volunteer support, incentives and rewards

Results of Partnership, Guest Speakers, Donations: • George Mason University interns affected 600+ students. Interns provided reading and classroom support, administration support and served as field trip chaperones. More than 3,171.5 hours were donated to Old Bridge Elementary, valued at $20.02 per hour = total value of $63,495.00 • • Woodbridge High School volunteers and helpers affect 600+ students Starbucks provides 70+ staff members with coffee each week, provides special set-ups for celebrations, and provides volunteer reading tutors

Osbourn Park High
8909 Euclid Avenue, Manassas, VA 20112 703-365-6500 Principal: Timothy Healey Assistant Principals: Marc Maloney, Maureen O'Bier, Josie M. Stevenson Partnership Coordinators: Larry Nemerow, Kathy Pechauer Number of Students: 2,694 Number of Teachers: 200 Go Jackets! Partners: Name of Partner Apple Federal Credit Union List of Activities Provide equipment for bio-technology program and opportunities for “real world” experience to OPHS students. Provided mentors for bio-technology research project, career awareness opportunities, tours of ATCC, and presentations by on-site scientists Provided a Drivers Education Car Mentoring Students Field Trip for biotechnology classes, Internship opportunities. Guest speakers in biotechnology classes. Consult for of biotechnology class development. Share lab equipment and supplies. Provide learning workshops for bio-technology teachers. Donated bio-technology kits, equipment and teacher training Provided speakers for bio-technology program

ATCC – American Type Culture Collection

Dudley Martin Chevrolet Eli Lilly

Fralin Biotechnology Center Geo-Centers

Osbourn Park High
Partners (continued…) George Mason University Mentoring Students Field Trip for biotechnology classes Internship opportunities. Guest speakers in Biotech classes. Consult for of Biotech class development. Share lab equipment and supplies. Provide learning workshops for bio-technology teachers. Provides support to bio-technology program Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Provided scholarships for co-op students and hosted a box lunch series on career exploration Provide speakers and program support for bio-technology program Provided paid internships Provide speakers for bio-technology program Provided financial education Guest speakers in bio-technology classes. Consult for of bio-technology class development. Share lab equipment and supplies. Provide learning workshops. Provided mentors for bio-technology department, tudent tours of PWHS facilities Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Internal Revenue Service

Manassas Bull Run Rotary

Media Tech Merchant’s Tire and Auto MICRON New Horizon Credit Union Northern VA Community College

Prince William Health System

PWC Department of Social Services

Osbourn Park High
Partners (continued…) PWC Office of Housing and Community Development Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Provided speakers on career and other topics Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Displays student artwork at monthly wine tasting Provide student-student mentoring opportunities. Judging science fair. Mentors for research classes. Provided internship Provided tax preparation training to accounting students who then volunteered to prepare taxes for those families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Provide student-student mentoring opportunities. Judging science fair.

PWC Soil and Water Conservation District Synergy One Federal Credit Union

Sandia Café Sudley Elementary

VASI Virginia Cooperative Extension

Yorkshire Elementary

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Osbourn Park High
Partners (continued…)

Awards/Recognition: • • • The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received one of three 2005-2006 “Partnership of the Year” awards from the Business Partnership Office The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received the Virginia Department of Education Career and Technical Education Services Regional Group Award Inducted into the Business Partnership Office “Best Practice Club”

Pace West
14550 John Marshall Hwy. Haymarket, VA 20169 703-754-3765 Principal: Mary Ellen Garduno Number of Students: 89 Number of Teachers: 16

PACE West is a special education public day program serving students with serious emotional and behavioral issues. The program is operated by Prince William County Public Schools through a joint agreement with Manassas City Public Schools and Manassas Park City Schools. PACE provides a small highly structured academic program with significant interventions for emotional and/or behavioral issues. PACE West will provide a safe, nurturing, and therapeutic learning environment, which addresses the individual needs of the student. Students will develop a love of learning and a sense of self-worth as they prepare to live and function appropriately in an ever changing, multi-cultural society. Partners: Name of Partner Various Local Churches Girl Scouts List of Activities Provide monetary assistance for individual students when requested PACE provides space for the Girl Scouts to meet, and the Girl Scouts help with the yearly book drive

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Parkside Middle School
8602 Mathis Ave., Manassas, VA 20110 703-361-3106 Principal: Dr. Marie Bowe-Quick Assistant Principal: Victor Martin Number of Students: 1,121 Number of Teachers: 89 A Family Friendly school, focused on learning Partners: Name of Partner Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Sorority List of Activities Sponsored the Hero Program which provided activities to promote the social, emotional and academic growth of female students. Incentive Coupons for Attendance Provided mentoring, tutoring, sponsored students to other Kiwanis activities and provided guest speakers for Career Day Provided Science Fair judges

Baskin Robins Kiwanis Club of Manassas Battlefield Manassas, VA

MICRON

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • 150 students were impacted by the tutoring and mentoring provided by the Kiwanis Club. In addition, the Kiwanis Club of Manassas has donated over $1,500 for after-school activities to include snacks, pizzas, dinners, etc.

Pattie Elementary School
16125 Dumfries Rd., Dumfries, Va. 22026 703-670-3173 Principal: Mark Joswick Assistant Principal: Deborah Gorham Number of Students: 679 Number of teachers: 52

Pattie's staff and community are very proud of its 26-year history of achievement and the performance of its students. In the past 26 years, student achievement has consistently exceeded county and state performance levels. Partners: Name of Partner Mary’s Flower Shop – Dumfries Music & Arts Center NOVEC Postnet – Cheshire Station Shoppers Food Warehouse Starbucks The Flower Basket – Montclair List of Activities Flowers for teachers breakfast Donated gift cards Sponsored Back to Nature Program Provided mailing of packages Donated flowers for “Tango Dance Off” event Coffee for the book fair and special events Flowers for musical performances

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Penn Elementary School
12980 Queen Chapel Road Woodbridge, VA 22193 703-590-0344 Principal: Jane Wheeless Assistant Principal: Linda Hange

Penn Elementary will be a place where the climate is welcoming, safe, and orderly. All students will be known, valued, and inspired to do their personal best. Our instructional focus on high academic performance will exist in a nurturing, child-centered, “school” family atmosphere. Administration and staff will demonstrate the belief that “All Children Can Learn” and will be responsible for facilitating that learning. Students will become problem-solvers and life-long learners in a global society. Partners: Name of Partner BB&T Greenwood Photography Studios NOVEC St. Paul’s Methodist Church PWC Fire & Rescue List of Activities EduLink Sponsor Advisory Council participant Sponsored “Back to Nature” program – an SOL based science assembly Provided school supplies to needy children Provided math tutors

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • “Back to Nature” surveys were submitted to the Business Partnership Office

Pennington School
9305 Stonewall Road, Manassas, VA 20110 703-369-6644 Principal: Joyce Boyd Number of Students: 592 Number of teachers: 37 Philip Michael Pennington School fosters a collaborative climate among students, staff, parents, and the community that promotes rigorous academic instruction, high expectations, and exemplary behavioral standards. Pennington embraces individual student success with emphasis on respect, honesty, and responsibility to cultivate self-esteem and to empower them to be successful in a global society. Partners: Name of Partner Freedom Center Habitat for Humanity Lockheed Martin List of Activities Supports after school activities Provide students with volunteer opportunity Math and Reading tutors and mentors, guest speakers and presentations on financial and science topics, and science judges. Provides incentives for good citizenship and academic excellence Assisted in landscaping school grounds Sponsors the after-school EDGE Club Supplies newspapers to newspaper club; provides tours of their facility Support for science curriculum Career Day participants, provides volunteers Career Day participants, 20+ deputies participated in “Read Across America” day, provides fingerprinting and safety education

Long & Foster – Manassas Ministerial Association Potomac News/Manassas Journal Messenger Prince William Health System PWC Police Department PWC Sheriff’s Department

Pennington School Partners (Continued…)
SERVE, Inc. NOVEC Provides students with community services opportunity Sponsored Back to Nature program

Results of Partnership, Guest Speakers, Donations: • All 475+ students are affected by each of the partnerships

Mary G. Porter Traditional School
A Public School of Choice, Grades 1-7 15311 Forest Grove Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22191 Office 703-580-6501 Fax 703-580-6646 Principal: Darci Whitehead Assistant Principal: Leigh Mayrhofer Number of Students: 540 Number of Teachers: 34
Mary G. Porter Traditional School students will be life-long learners and responsible decision makers. They will be eager and equipped to utilize information resources and empowered with critical thinking skills to become effective problem solvers. Porter students will become active and valued citizens in their respective 21st century communities. We want to extend our continuous gratitude to all of our Prince William County Business Partners…we are working together for our students and building a successful community!

Partners: Name of Partner
Applebees AA Appliance Repair, Inc. BB&T Bank Ballys Total Fitness Better Homes Realty, Montclair Bob Evans Restaurants Bowl America, Dale City Caldwell Thompson Co., Inc. Elizabeth Blackmon, Realtor Don Pablo’s Exxon Mobil Foundation Food Lion Frances Hardinge Author of “Fly By Night” Geeks On Call Glory Days Grill Hair Cuttery

List of Activities
Support of the annual school golf tournament. Sponsorship of intramural sports and donation of team shirts. Sponsorship of the KidBiz project for the 3rd grade students. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Sponsorship of intramural sports and donation of team shirts. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Hosted Porter family bowl and PTO fundraising. Career Day presentation, sponsorship of sports team and donation of team shirts. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Monetary donation in proportion to the number of volunteer hours worked (here at Porter) by Exxon Mobil employees and their families Support of the annual school golf tournament. Author presentation to middle school students. Assemblies to PTO re: safe, friendly internet usage, they give the a school portion of fundraiser Support of the annual school golf tournament. Support of the annual school golf tournament.

Mary G. Porter Traditional School
Partners (Continued…)
Hard Times Café Hyatt Hotel, Crystal City Interiors by Chutima Jackson Hewitt Tax Services Jerrys Subs & Pizza KidBiz 3000 Margaret Peterson-Haddix
Author of “The Shadow Children Series – Among the Hidden”

Support of the annual school golf tournament. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Supported the Porter Day of the Arts program. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Supported School Golf Tournament and Porter will be a resource for others who want to purchase the program. Author presentation to middle school students. The staff cooks for the children at the end of the year if the students meet the behavioral expectations. Fundraising Support of the annual school golf tournament. Fundraising and discounted pizza prizes for teachers. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Support of educational field trips, historical information, and volunteer opportunities. Collecting for shelters and major disasters. Provided information for annual Career Day. Provide on going staff development materials and school supplies at a discounted price. Provides landscaping services to the school; also, provides support of the annual school golf tournament. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Support of the school recycling program. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Support of the annual school golf tournament. Support of the annual school golf tournament.

McDonald’s, Dale City Old Hickory Golf Club Outback Pizza Hut Red Lobster Restaurant Red Robin Rippon Lodge Historic Site SERVE, Inc. School Office Annex Shear Scapes, Inc. Sheetz, Corp. SkateQuest Silver Diner Staples Sullys Steakhouse Target Stores TGI Fridays

Mary G. Porter Traditional School
Partners (Continued…)
U.S. Inspect Wal-Mart Wintergreen Golf Resort Support of the annual school golf tournament. Provided grants, supporting the annual school golf tournament, fundraising, and matching monies raised during fundraising events.. Support of the annual school golf tournament.

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations:
Porter’s business partnership participation is phenomenal. These partnerships have provided support of our educational programs, intramural sports, fundraising efforts, and staff development. Students have received t-shirts, uniforms, equipment, and community information. We also want to highlight that our Porter families have donated over 5000 hours of volunteer service to our school during the 2005-06 school year. Way to go!!

Potomac High School
3401 Four Year Trail, Dumfries, VA 22026 703-441-4200 Principal: Rodger L. Jones, Jr. Assistant Principals: John Compel, Lorraine Sadler, Natalie Bonshire Partnership Coordinator: Elizabeth Slack Number of Students: 1,738 Number of teachers: 131 Our mission is to empower all students to apply their acquired skills and knowledge and to rely upon their personal attributes to lead productive lives and to be contributing members of the global community. Partners: Name of Partner Potomac News List of Activities Partnered with Potomac journalism students in an ongoing project on webpage development featuring student generated news reports and creative writing and participated in Sophomore Interview Day Housed and supported Potomac High Schools website, supplied science fair judges, participated in Sophomore Interview Day, and participated in financial seminars Supported the Science department with supplies Participated in Sophomore Interview Day, supplied science fair judges, and participated in financial seminars Student branch to open October 2006. Developed financial seminars for all Juniors and Seniors, developed a presentation and spent 4 day of inclass time presenting the information, Participated in Sophomore Interview Day, and supplied Science fair judges

MDA Technologies

Potomac Hospital Lockheed Martin

Marine Federal Credit Union

Potomac High School
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner Comcast List of Activities Provided monetary donations to the athletic program and provided donations of planning, plants, supplies, employee and employee family time to beautify the grounds. Provided internships, on-site training, and donated materials and equipment Provided internships, financial education, and program support.

Mattos, Inc. Patten & Associates

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Awards/Recognition: • • • The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received one of three 2005-2006 “Partnership of the Year” awards from the Business Partnership Office The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received the Virginia Department of Education Career and Technical Education Services Regional Group Award Inducted into the Business Partnership Office “Best Practice Club”

Potomac View Elementary School
14601 Lamar Rd., Woodbridge, Va. 22191 703-491-1126 Principal: Susan Porter Assistant Principal: Melvina B. Michie Number of Students: 639 Number of teachers: 46 To meet the educational needs of a diverse student population through a high quality system.

Partners: Name of Partner NOVEC Quantico Marine Corps. List of Activities Sponsored “Back to Nature” Program an SOL based Science assembly Provide tutors and mentors

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • •
“Back to Nature” surveys were submitted to the Business Partnership Office. Marines came in and ate lunch with 4th and 5th graders providing them with an opportunity to learn good citizenship.

Rippon Middle School
15101 Blackburn Rd, Woodbridge, Va. 22191 703-491-2171 Principal: Sheila D. Coleman Assistant Principals: Stephanie Richardson Number of Students: 864 Number of teachers: 65 We will because we can …Together we make a difference. Partners: Name of Partner Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Sorority Brother to Brother House of Refuge Kilroys McDonalds Meadowoods Department of Interior Department of Land Management Occoquan, Woodbridge, Lorton Volunteer Fire Dept. PWC Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers Red Robin Woodbridge Women’s Club List of Activities Sponsored the Hero Program Provided mentors for male students Provided mentors Donated incentive coupons Donated incentive coupons Created and staff the Ecology Club Provided resources to assist with student incentives Mentoring for female students Donated incentive coupons Provided monetary donations and snacks for after-school tutorials

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) assisted with Hero Program which provided activities to promote the social, emotional, and academic growth of female students. PWC Interfaith provided an after-school forum for adolescent females to discuss topics to increase their knowledge and strength in decision making.

River Oaks Elementary School
16950 McGuffeys Trail, Woodbridge, VA 22191 703-441-0050 Principal: Mrs. Aerica A. Williams Assistant Principal: Mrs. Oonina Copeland Number of Students: 630 Number of teachers: 43 The River Oaks faculty, staff, and student body are culturally enriched by many nationalities. We begin each day with a positive attitude and a sense of pride in our school. Our mixing bowl of cultures truly makes us the essence of a family. Partners: Name of Partner Campbell Soup Coupons Chuck E. Cheese Giant Food Hallmark Marine Corps at Quantico McDonalds NOVEC Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Potomac News/Manassas Journal PWC Office on Youth Red, Hot and Blue Skate Quest Target List of Activities Fundraising program helps provide money for school needs Donated incentive coupons Bonus bucks fundraising program helps provide money for school needs Donations Provide tutors and mentors Donated incentive coupons Sponsored “Back to Nature” – an SOL based science assembly Provide mentors for male students Provide students with newspapers to support reading Provide student and staff recognition Donated incentive coupons Assists with fundraising by sponsoring Skate Nights Dollars for School Program fundraising program helps provide money for school needs, donate school. supplies

River Oaks Elementary School
Partners (Continued…) Wal-Mart - Dumfries Women in Community Action (WICA ) Donated goods and coupons Provided reading tutors and volunteers

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • “Back to Nature” surveys were submitted to the Business Partnership Office The entire student body benefited from each of the partnerships

Rockledge Elementary School
2300 Mariner Lane, Woodbridge, Va. 22192 703-491-2108 Principal: Sandra A. Carter Number of Students: 550 Number of teachers: 34 Rockledge's school song says, "At Rockledge, Everybody's Special." That phrase embodies the school's philosophy and guides the decisions made there. The goal at Rockledge is to provide the very best education for each student -one that fully meets his or her individual needs -- so that they will be extremely successful when they leave Rockledge. Partners: Name of Partner Burger King – Tackett’s Mill List of Activities Provides incentive lunches for 4th and 4th graders who earn Eagle of the Month, and provide incentive lunches for students who reach goals Provided Viva Van program to promote reading in the Hispanic community

Prince William County Library System

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Approximately 90 students and 10 teachers benefited from the Burger King partnership

Saunders Middle School
13557 Spriggs Road, Manassas, VA 20112 703-670-9188 Principal: Pat Puttre Assistant Principal: Donald Miller Number of Students: 1185 Number of Teachers: 90 Proud Home of the Spartans! Partners: Name of Partner Belmont Bay Science Center List of Activities Provided science and technology information program to 7th grade students Donated gift cards for student incentive programs Donated furniture and equipment Donated gift cards for student incentive programs Donated furniture and equipment Donated gift cards for student incentive programs Donated gift cards for student incentive programs Donated gift cards for student incentive programs and received grant Donated furniture and equipment

Food Lion Northrop Grumman Shoppers Food Warehouse Strayer University Target - Dumfries Target - Manassas Target - Woodbridge The International Monetary Fund

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Signal Hill Elementary
9553 Birmingham Dr., Manassas, VA 20111 703-530-7541 Principal: Cynthia Wrenn-Swecker Number of Students: 828 Number of Teachers: 58 At Signal Hill Elementary School!! We Aim HIGH. We strive to ensure that all children can and will learn. Providing an environment conducive to learning, our school community focuses on developing in each child the knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to a diverse society. Partners: Name of Partner Exxon Mobil List of Activities Gave $ in proportion to the number of volunteer hours worked by Exxon Mobil employees and their families Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Provided math tutors to students Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support

7-Eleven Stores A-1 Glass Company Abuelita Mexican Food Products Applebees Restaurant Ashby Jewelers Avon Baltimore Orioles Blockbuster Video Bowl America Broad Run Golf Bull Run Athletic Club Busch Gardens Cardinal Bank Chez Marc Chic Fil A Chevy Chase Bank Chili’s Grill and Bar Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center City Tavern Grill

Signal Hill Elementary
Partners (Continued…) Cold Stone Creamery Collins A Plus Construction Comcast Communications Donations and program support Donations and program support Donated webcams so students can “talk” to students in sister school in Texas, donated over 1,000 books to school, videotaped and telecast school activities to share with the community. Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support

Costco Creative Memories Crisswood Farms CVS Domino’s Pizza El Primero Groceries Eli Lilly Estrellilta Restaurante Local Exxon Station Fat Punks Restaurant Fiesta Grocery Flower Gallery FONZ Food Lion Giant Food Global Hispanic/Asian Supermarket Glory Days Restaurant Golds Gym Grigg Design & Horticultural Service Hair Cuttery Hollywood Video Home Depot Hooters IHOP Jakes Restaurant JH Willy’s Furniture Network

Signal Hill Elementary
Partners (Continued…) Kidsports Lions of Providence Lockheed Martin Longaberger Baskets Lowes Luray Caverns Manassas Cinemas/Movie Café Manassas Park Dept of Parks & Recreation MIFCO Mike Garcia Homes Molina’s Catering Monticello Nissan Pavilion NOVEC Office Depot O’Meara’s Restaurant Panera Bread Paramount’s Kings Dominion Party Co. Patriot Center Petco Pied Piper Center for the Arts Potomac News Prince William County Fair grounds Prince William Symphony Orchestra Ruby Tuesday Shoppers Food Warehouse Six Flags America Skate-N-Fun Zone Skate Quest Southern Living at Home Southern States Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Sponsored “Back to Nature” – an SOL based science assembly Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support

Signal Hill Elementary
Partners (Continued…) Splashdown Waterpark Sports Network Staples Starbucks Coffee State Farm Insurance Subway Tastefully Simple Tony’s New York Pizza Tranquility Day Spa United Airlines United Black Belt US Airways Wal Mart Webco General Partnership Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support Donations and program support

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • Exxon donated $1,000 contributed for instructional materials Heritage Festival build around Comcast reading project and students share there cultures during filming Students met children they helped in Texas they helped during Katrina crisis through use of webcams donated by Comcast

Sinclair Elementary School
7801 Garner Drive, Manassas, VA 20109 703- 361-4811 Principal: Donna T. Fagerholm Assistant Principal: Christopher Stone Partnership Coordinator: Julie Matyas Number of Students: 670 Number of teachers: 52 We at Sinclair Elementary provide a stimulating environment for students to acquire the essential basic instructional skills. Sinclair offers a friendly, receptive atmosphere where students can and do learn. Partners: Name of Partner Christian Life Center of Washington List of Activities Provided 10 math and reading tutors and volunteers who assisted in the preparation of instructional materials Shared profit with school for recycled ink cartridges Provided incentive coupons and donated a % of profit from “Sinclair Night” Donated a % of profit from “Sinclair Night” Sponsored “Back to Nature” – an SOL based science assembly Helped with fundraising through “Skate Night” activities

Recycle, Inc. Chuck E. Cheese UNO’s NOVEC Skate N Fun Zone

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • All students were positively impacted by approximately $830 in profit sharing donations and incentive coupons 10 volunteers contributed 110 hours of time to 60 students at $20.02 per hour for a total contribution of $2,202.20 “Back to Nature” surveys were submitted to the Business Partnership Office

Springwoods Elementary School
3815 Marquis Place, Woodbridge, VA 22192 703-590-9874 Principal: Ginnie Ripperger Assistant Principal: Gloria Butler Number of Students: 565 Number of teachers: 36 Springwoods is a school with caring teachers and parents who work together to provide an atmosphere that is conducive for learning. Partners: Name of Partner Voluntary Action Center/RSVP Cardinal Bank - Woodbridge List of Activities Provided math and reading tutors Student - run bank branch, helped with financial education and curriculum, student artwork displayed at bank. Donated cookies, discount coupons for various school events Cleaned up litter and mulched school grounds Donated food and services for “Springwoods Italian Night” Donated pizzas for school events Donated food for school events

Old Country Buffet – Woodbridge Boy Scouts #1369 Carrabba;s Italian Grill – Woodbridge CiCi’s Pizza – Woodbridge The Original Steakhouse and Sports Theatre – Woodbridge

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • “Springwoods Stars and Stripes School Bank” has the potential to impact every student and family at Springwoods. The student – run bank opened in April 2006and will expand in the 2006-07 school year. Donations of coupons from the Old Country Buffet provide incentives for students for academic achievement and attendance. Donations of food items help ensure attendance at various school events.

Stonewall Jackson High School
8820 Rixlew Lane, Manassas, Virginia 20109 703-365-2900 Principal: David Huckestein Assistant Principals: Cheryl Ann Shell and Richard Nichols Number of Students: 2,844 Number of Teachers: 196 Stonewall Jackson High School is a community of learners. All students will learn greatest potential. All graduates will be competent to enter the work world and advanced educational opportunities. Staff members and graduates will be instilled skills necessary to be lifelong learners. Partners: Name of Partner Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge Pulte Homes, Inc. Upper Occoquan Sewage Authority NOVEC PWC Employees Credit Union Lockheed Martin List of Activities Provided help with Graduation Provided internships for students 16+ Provided internships Provided guidance via the steering committee Provided guidance via the steering committee Provided mentors, hosted space day, help with rockets, National Engineers week presentations on polymers and chemistry and provided guidance via the steering committee Provided internships and student work opportunities Provided a car for Driver’s Education Provided guidance via the steering committee and on the formation of a mentoring foundation Provided student work opportunities

Thomas Breeden, Esq. Dudley Martin Chevrolet Vulcan Materials, Inc.

EPCI College of Technology

Stonewall Jackson High School
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner MICRON Virginia Cooperative Extension List of Activities Provided tour of facilities to students Provided tax preparation training to Accounting students, who then prepared taxes free of charge for families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Provided tax preparation training to Accounting students, who then prepared taxes free of charge for families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Provided tax preparation training to Accounting students, who then prepared taxes free of charge for families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Provided tax preparation training to Accounting students, who then prepared taxes free of charge for families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Provided tax preparation training to Accounting students, who then prepared taxes free of charge for families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Provide job opportunity for students

PWC Department of Housing and Community Development

PWC Department of Social Services

Synergy One Federal Credit Union

Internal Revenue Service

Domino’s Pizza

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Stonewall Middle School
10100 Lomond Drive, Manassas, Va. 20109 703-361-3185 Principal: John Miller Assistant Principals: Jehovanni Mitchell Partnership Coordinator: Eric Simenauer Number of Students: 1010 Number of teachers: 73 Stonewall's strength is derived from the diversity of its student and staff population. Stonewall is proud of its efforts to capitalize on its diversity as it strives to meet the needs of an ever-changing school and community. Partners: Name of Partner Chick-Fil-A Lockheed Martin List of Activities Donated incentive coupons and food Provided classroom presentations on engineering, helped with Website development, sponsored “Space Day” program, provided volunteers for “Science Enrichment Day”, provided science judges, participated in the USA Today/Lockheed Martin “Newspaper’s In the Classroom” program. Provide mentors for mentorship program. Sponsor MathCounts program. Provided financial assistance for 8th grade science field trip. Provide representation on School Advisory Council Board. Sponsor students to go through Cyberlearning program. Provide guest speaker for HERO program. Sponsored the school newspaper club and “Turn Off the Lights” campaign, provided science fair judges, provide financial assistance for 8th grade dance. Donated cookies for Science Fair , Donate cookies for Sabres Nights and 8th grade dance.

NOVEC

Old County Buffet

Stonewall Middle School
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner Belmont Bay Science Center/Science Center of Virginia Synergy One Federal Credit Union List of Activities Provided “Bio-Express” exhibits and activities as part of Science Enrichment Day (not active) Provided seminar on financial education. Provide banner about partnership with Stonewall Middle school. Provided give away collateral materials for Sabres Night (open house night). Provided technical expertise of staff in setting up in school branch through series of meetings Provided discount coupons for programs to students. Provided instructional enrichment about exercise to students Donated goods

Just Fitness for Kids

Don Pablos

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • Chick-Fil-A donated approximately $2,100.00 in incentive coupons that impacted the entire school body. Lockheed Martin donated $11,000 in volunteer hours for tutoring, math coaching, mentoring and classroom enrichment impacting 300 students. Synergy One donated promotional materials for Stonewall Middle School’s annual Sabres’ Night.

Sudley Elementary School
9744 Copeland Dr., Manassas, Va. 20109 703-361-3444 Principal: Pamela Moody Number of Students: 527 Number of teachers: 48 Be Kind, Work Hard, Stay Safe. - Esta Bueno, Trabojar Duro, Tengan Cuidado. Partners: Name of Partner Computer Associates Bethlehem Lutheran Church Lockheed Martin MICRON NOVEC Synergy One Federal Credit Union List of Activities Provided technology and special education support Provided math and reading tutoring and mentoring Provides Science lesson for 4 and 5 graders Provides science lessons to students Sponsored Back to Nature program Provided financial education and math/science speakers

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • All students were impacted by the technology support and speakers

Swans Creek Elementary
17700 Wayside Drive, Dumfries, VA 22026 Phone Number Principal: Barry Rosenberg Assistant Principal: William Knight Number of Students 565 Number of Teachers: 41 Partners: Name of Partner Center for the Arts Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation NOVEC Reading is Fundamental Southbridge Homeowners Association List of Activities Provided “Arts on the Go Project” to support art curriculum Provided historical presentation to 4th graders Sponsored “Back to Nature” Program an SOL based Science assembly Provides books to students to promote reading Provided assistance in landscaping school grounds

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership office.

Triangle Elementary School
3615 Lions Field Road, Triangle, VA 22172 703-221-4114 Principal: Mark Marinoble Assistant Principal: Mrs. Sandra V. Carrillo Number of Students: 528 Number of teachers: 43

We envision Triangle Elementary to be an exemplary school, which challenges each student to his or her fullest potential. Students will receive individualized instruction and continually move forward in their learning. Opportunities will be provided for collaboration among students, teachers, parents, and community. We will ensure a safe learning environment where students can acquire knowledge and develop critical thinking skills needed to succeed in our changing, culturally diverse and technological world. We will hold high expectations for all students and will support the unique qualities each person contributes to Triangle Elementary School!
Partners: Name of Partner Brookfield Homes Center for the Arts Lowe’s NOVEC PWCPS Maintenance Dept. Shopper’s Food Warehouse Quantico Marines List of Activities Matched funds donated to school Provided “Arts on the Go” program to support art curriculum Donated $5,000 to build playground Sponsor Back to Nature program Provided manpower and equipment to build playground Donated food for events and activities Provided manpower to build playground

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not provided to Business Partnership office.

George G. Tyler Elementary
14500 John Marshall Highway, Gainesville, VA 20155 703-754-7181 Principal: Michele Salzano Assistant Principal: Linda J. Falden Number of Students: 660 Number of teachers: 40 Tyler Elementary School students will become life-long learners and productive members of the 21st century. The Tyler staff will provide a comprehensive education, enriched by national, global, and multicultural perspectives. The curriculum utilizes developmentally appropriate practices and individualized programs to promote life-long learning using technology and applications of problem solving skills. Partners: Name of Partner Target List of Activities Provided Time For Kids for entire student body through a grant,: provided gift cards and school supplies to families in need; $2,750 Sponsored Tyler Nights once a month and donated 20% of profit from this nights to the school Donated time and materials for Spring Spruce up Provide mentors to students Financial education provided to students

Cold Stone Creamery – Atlas Walk

Broad Run Nurseries and Community Landscape Big Brothers/Big Sisters Wachovia Bank

Vaughan Elementary School
2200 York Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22193 (703) 494-3220 Principal: Lillie Jessie Assistant Principal: Stefanie Stadnyk Partnership Coordinator: Darcia Palmer-Gray & Antoinette McDonald Number of Students: 630 Number of Teachers: 49 The Vaughan community has collective responsibility to educate all students to become life long learners and confident productive citizens. We will enable students to reach their highest potential as independent thinkers and problem solvers. Through collaborative efforts of the administration, local school staff, parents, community, and students themselves, we will assist and support students in meeting or exceeding Prince William County annual school targets. Partners: Name of Partner Cardinal Bank – Woodbridge • • • List of Activities Provide financial and economic education for all students, provide the opportunity for 4th and 5th grade students to learn how to run a bank High school students mentor and tutor Vaughn’s students

Gar-Field High School

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Cardinal Bank’s partnership allowed 22 4th and 5th graders an opportunity to hold various bank positions such as tellers, marketing specialists, assistant managers and managers. Students have deposited over $17,000.00 in 137 accounts. Awards/Recognition: • Won a 2004-2005 Business Partnership Award and was recognized at a School Board Meeting, and was inducted into the “Best Practices Partnership Club”

“Celebrate what is Right with the World”

Victory Elementary
12001 Tygart Drive, Bristow, Virginia 20136 Phone: (703) 257-0356 Principal: Donna Cude Assistant Principal: Sue Gross Number of Students: 720 Number of Teachers: 44 Proud Home of the Westies! Partners: Name of Partner American Helicopter, Inc. Box Tops Campbell Soups Center for the Arts Creative Memories Gainesville Florist Giant Leading Edge Screenprinting Merrifield Garden Center MICRON List of Activities Provided Support for Dedication Day “Box Tops for Education” program “Labels for Education” program “Arts on the Go” project Provided Support for Dedication Day Provided Support for Dedication Day “Bonus Bucks” program Provided Support for Dedication Day Provided Support for Dedication Day Provided science fair judges; employees provided students with electricity lessons Provided Support for Dedication Day “Back to Nature” program Provided Support for Dedication Day Provided Support for Dedication Day Provided Support for Dedication Day “10% Back to Schools” program and gift certificate donations

Miller & Smith Homes NOVEC Office Depot Purrfect Paws Pet Care Re/Max Allegiance Safeway Escript

“Celebrate what is Right with the World”

Victory Elementary
Partners (Continued…) Target Tyson Foods Victory Lakes Community Management “Take Charge of Education” program and gift certificate donations “Project A+” program Provided Support for Dedication Day

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • • • • Center for the Arts has donated a traveling museum in support of the art curriculum of PWC and students benefited by the many varied experiences brought to our school. NOVEC donated a “Back to Nature” program in support of the third grade curriculum in the area of science. Third grade students enjoyed seeing the artifacts of creatures they had only read about prior to the program. Target donates money each time someone shops at their stores and has designated Victory as their school of choice. The monies earned are used to purchase additional supplies, equipment for student use. Safeway donates money each time someone shops at their stores and has designated Victory as their school of choice. The monies earned are used to purchase additional supplies, equipment for student use. Our PTO organizes the collection of “Box Tops for Education”. This will be our first year in this partnership and we are looking forward to seeing how many points we have earned towards merchandise for school use. Our PTO organizes the collection of “Labels for Education”. This will be our first year in this partnership and we are looking forward to seeing how many points we have earned towards merchandise for school use.

West Gate Elementary School 8031 Urbanna Rd., Manassas, VA 20109 703-368-4404 Principal: Nikishia Lluvera-Holman Number of students: 616 Number of teachers: 59 We firmly believe that every child can achieve success. Partners: Name of Partner R.W. Murray Center for the Arts United Way – Health Van PWCPS – Head Start Childfind List of Activities Donated the resurfacing of the track Provided an after-school art program Provided free health services Provided Pre-K program Provided early identification and educational services

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • • The resurfaced track directly benefited the entire student population by allowing them to get additional exercise The after school art program provided an opportunity for 25 students to take twice weekly art lessons The United Way Health Van visits the school once a month to provide free medical services for those in need 17 students received free services via the preschool intervention program run by the PWCPS – Head Start

Westridge Elementary School 12400 Knightsbridge Drive, Woodbridge, Virginia 22192 703-590-3711 Principal: Mrs. Pat Hayden Assistant Principal: Mrs. Michelle Foxx Number of Students: 519 Number of Teachers: 36 When staff, students and parents work together, our students achieve their fullest potential. Partners: Name of Partner BB&T Campbell Soup Company Cheeseburger in Paradise Chinn Park Library Dollar Store Domino’s General Mills Box Tops Giant Jerry’s Lifetouch Lion’s Club International Foundation Michael’s Florist Pizza Hut Potomac Nationals List of Activities Sponsored KidBiz reading program for 3rd graders Receive money for school needs through their fundraising program Donation made to Character Education Program Donation made to Character Education Program Donation made to Character Education Program Provides discounted pizza for student activities Receive money for school needs through their fundraising program Receive funds through their Bonus Buck program Donate pizza for birthday celebrations Donate banners, birthday cards and calendars Provides vision screenings for students Donates flowers for special events provides discount to staff Donation made to Character Education Program Provide free tickets for reading incentive program

Westridge Elementary School

Partners (Continued…) PWC Fire & Rescue Retired Senior & Volunteer Program RIS Paper Company Safeway Sandia Café School Office Annex Tae Kwon Do College Washington Wizards Weyhauser Provides safety demonstrations to students Volunteers with students Donates copier paper Purchased library materials with donation money Provides breakfast/lunch to teachers as thank you Provides discount on school instructional materials Provide mentors for students Donation made to Character Education Program Donates copier paper

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Williams Elementary School 3100 Four Year Trail, Dumfries, Virginia 22026 703-445-8376 Principal: Paula Jackson Number of Students: 446 Number of Teachers: 32 On the prowl to success… Partners: Name of Partner IKEA Potomac Senior High School WaWa List of Activities Sponsored an Earth Day activity for students Tutoring, mentoring Donates food for staff development activities and numerous family events

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • “The WaWa donations have saved the school many hundreds of dollars and have provided a valuable service to our school community The IKEA sponsored activity help foster an environmental awareness while strengthens a bond between school and business Through the partnership with Potomac High School, students have received many hours of academic support as well as positive role model experiences from students involved in ROTC, Honor Society, and athletics.

A Whale of a Little School

Woodbine Preschool Center
13225 Canova Drive, Manassas, VA 20112 703-791-3151 Principal: Patrice Malloy Number of Students: 75 Number of Teachers: 15 Woodbine Preschool Center is part of the Prince William County Public School System. Children attending Woodbine Preschool Center are identified as needing special education services through the Childfind Office (703) 791-8857. We educate children, aged 2-5 years, with special needs. The staff and families of Woodbine Preschool Center will strive to foster appropriate interactive life skills and maximize developmental potential within the educational and home environments while promoting positive self-esteem in all students. Partners: Name of Partner ARC/INSIGHT, Inc. American Cancer Society Girl Scout Troup #4424 List of Activities Provided parental training, workshops, referrals and family conferences Relay for Life fundraiser Girl Scouts recorded children’s books on tape and purchased the tape players so that woodbine students could borrow them and play the tapes at home. Provided a presentation on Islam to teachers Provided holiday gifts of clothing, toys, and household items for needy families Members raised funds to provide a holiday party for Woodbine students.

Kouthar Muttardy St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church Woodbridge High School/Noursemen Club

A Whale of a Little School

Woodbine Preschool Center
Partners (continued…) Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • • • • ARC provides a “Circle of Support” for families for children with disabilities. Staff members participated in the planned the event. Over $3,000 was raised for the American Cancer Society All Woodbine students were able to take advantage of the opportunity to borrow the tape players and tapes recorded and donated by the Girl Scouts 26 staff members from Woodbine and 3 staff members from other schools gained new knowledge about the Islam faith and lifestyle as it pertains to students and families 12 families of Woodbine students received gifts through the “adopt a family” program at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church 45 students in Woodbine based classes attended a holiday party and received gifts of toys chosen for their individual developmental level.

Woodbridge Senior High School
3001 Old Bridge Road, Woodbridge, VA 22192 703-497-8000 Principal: Alan C. Ross Assistant Principals: Ike Alberts, Sara Clardy, Ron Clarke, Virginia Kubiak, Andrea Sparks-Brown Partnership Coordinator: Jack Magee Number of Students: 2657 Number of teachers: 184 Our staff is committed to challenging each and every student to achieve at the highest level possible. Partners: Name of Partner Comcast SAI Engineering Prince William Symphony Orchestra Lockheed Martin Center For the Arts Fort Belvoir Federal Credit Union Hair Cuttery, Inc. Prince William County Service Authority Prince William County Fire & Rescue Cowles Ford Branscombe Paving Domino’s Pizza Chick-Fil-a List of Activities Channel usage and consulting Technical expertise and co-op for students Seminars and performances, provides speakers and performers Technical expertise and help with “Project Lead the Way” Promotions and outlet for community display Scholarship, co-op for students, and financial literacy education Expertise, scholarships, and co-op for students Science application Sponsored poster contest for Fire Prevention week Goods Donations Goods Donations Goods Donations Goods Donations

Woodbridge Senior High School
Partners (continued)… Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • 600+ seniors received financial literacy information • 120 business students received hands on financial curriculum • 30 students were judged and graded by professionals • 15 students worked in co-op jobs • “Project Lead the Way” now part of curriculum • 20 students displayed art to the community Awards/Recognition: • Fort Belvoir Federal Credit Union provided a $1,000.00 scholarship to an outstanding business student

Woodbridge Middle School
2201 York Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22192 703-494-3181 Principal: Judy B. Warme Assistant Principal: Johnny Pope Partnership Coordinator: David Luke Number of students: 1093 Number of teachers: 87 The Woodbridge Middle School community is committed to providing an environment for each student that fosters and values academic excellence, where all people are respected, knowledge is valued, and success – now and for a lifetime – becomes a reality. They do, indeed, get better together! Partners: Name of Partner Ministerial Association List of Activities Provided intramural basketball games

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • St. Paul Methodist Church, Ebenezer Baptist Church, and 1st Mount Zion Baptist Church provided the opportunity for 60 Boys and girls to participate in the after school and Saturday games

Yorkshire Elementary
7610 Old Centreville Road, Manassas, VA 20111 703-361-3124 Principal: Damon Cerrone Number of Students: 468 Number of Teachers: 47

Partners: Name of Partner Dominion Foundation NOVEC Rappaport Companies List of Activities Provided $2,200 grant for Math and Science Programs Sponsored Back to Nature program Supports school by sponsoring field trips and providing gift certificates from stores housed in their Bull Run Shopping Plaza Provided guest readers to students

Van Management, Inc.

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership office.

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Art, Music, Health, PE, Driver Ed., Athletics, JROTC
Supervisor: Fred Milbert Partners: Name of Partner Allstate Insurance List of Activities Provided a grant and curriculum and instructional materials and speakers in support of the Safe Teen Driver Initiative Provided Driver Education Cars to the local high schools Provided free tickets to PWSO events Provided curriculum and instructional material and speakers in support of the Safe Teen Driver Initiative Sponsored “Off the Wall” Art Program Sponsored “Arts on the Go” Program Collaborate on music curriculum

Dudley Martin Chevrolet Prince William Symphony Orchestra Prince William County Police Department Lockheed Martin Center for the Arts Youth Orchestra of Prince William

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • Allstate provided a grant in the amount of $17,000.00 in support of the Safe Teen Driver Initiative which will require all parent to attend meetings prior to their child receiving driver education training The Dudley Martin Chevrolet partnership is also listed separately by high school. The total value of this partnership is: $90,000.00

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Career and Technical Education
Supervisor: Kathleen Kunze Partners: Name of Partner R&R Auto Body Ft. Meyer Commissary Quantico UMC Commissary Athletes Foot Burger King Synsytech Mattos Pro Finishes Prince William Regional Chamber of Commerce Professional Collision Centers SkateQuest Total Auto Parts Skips Parts Company Triangle Front-end and Frame Junior Achievement Virginia Department of ABC Standox Paint Rep Gino’s Pizza Internal Revenue Service List of Activities Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided financial education and seminars Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided tax preparation training to Accounting class students, who then prepared taxes free of charge of families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students

Safeway UPS Ruby Tuesday LVLS Red Robin

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Career and Technical Education
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner Synergy One Federal Credit Union List of Activities Provided tax preparation training to Accounting class students, who then prepared taxes free of charge of families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Provided tax preparation training to Accounting class students, who then prepared taxes free of charge of families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Provided tax preparation training to Accounting class students, who then prepared taxes free of charge of families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Provided tax preparation training to Accounting class students, who then prepared taxes free of charge of families qualifying for the Earned Income Tax Credit Sponsored Women in Technology Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provided paid internships for students Provide work readiness skills

PWC Department of Social Services

PWC Office of Housing and Community Development

Virginia Cooperative Extension

BAE Systems Giant Foods Woodbridge Plumbing Dale City Christian Church Child Development Center Dominion Virginia Power - Richmond

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Career and Technical Education
Partners (continued…) Awards/Recognition: • • • The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received one of three 2005-2006 “Partnership of the Year” awards from the Business Partnership Office The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition partnership received the Virginia Department of Education Career and Technical Education Services Regional Group Award Inducted into the Business Partnership Office “Best Practice Club”

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Mathematics
Supervisor: Carol Knight Partners: Name of Partner Wachovia Bank Exxon Mobil List of Activities Provided financial education Provided a grant to study the implementation of math specialists at each school

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Exxon Mobil provided a $15,000.00 grant to study the implementation of math specialists at each school. Exxon Mobil has agreed to fund an additional grant for the implementation of the Math Specialist program, the dollar amount has yet to be determined.

Department of Information Services Media Production
Supervisor: Ben Swecker Partners: Name of Partner U.S. Forest Service List of Activities Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support, development of instructional materials and TV production support Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support, development of instructional materials and TV production support Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support, development of instructional materials and TV production support Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support, development of instructional materials and TV production support Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support, development of instructional materials and TV production support Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support, development of instructional materials and TV production support

Virginia Department of Energy

National Wildlife Federation

Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles

U.S. Fish and Wildlife

Virginia Department of Health

Department of Information Services Media Production
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner Sprint/Nextel List of Activities Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support, development of instructional materials and TV production support Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support, development of instructional materials and TV production support Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support, development of instructional materials and TV production support Development of instructional materials and TV production support Development of online courses and sponsorship of “Space Olympics” Sponsorship of “Space Olympics” Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support Offered four graduate level courses online Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support

Virginia Department of Historic Resources

Kennedy Center

National Audubon Society Virginia Department of Education Belmont Bay Science Center Nation Forest Foundation

Bureau of Land Management

Old Dominion University Environmental Protection Agency

Department of Information Services Media Production
Partners (continued…) List of Activities Provided opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, speakers on various subjects, curriculum support Prince William Network (PWN) Development of instructional materials and TV production support MDA Technologies Development of website and TV production support Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office Name of Partner National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development School of Practical Nursing
Supervisor: Charlene Morrow Partners: Name of Partner Senior Day Care Center (East & West) Dr. Adler Prince William Health System Dr. Khachikian Dr. Touchette Lakeridge Pediatrics Annaburg Manor Free Clinic Potomac Hospital List of Activities Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement and provided curriculum for the “Just for Kids” program Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement Provided student placement

Dr. Narogi Dr. Trent PW OBGYN PW Health District Dr. McEachern Hylton High School Woodbine Preschool Dr. Nance Dale City Elementary School Osbourn Park High School Pinegrove

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Science and Family Life Education
Supervisor: Kathy Lanzafama Partners: Name of Partner Synergy One Financial Services MICRON List of Activities Provided science fair judges Provided mentoring in math and science, science fair judges and help with science curriculum Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided speakers on various science topics, collaborated on science curriculum and workshops, provided the BioExpress exhibit at several schools, teacher workshops, science fair judges, and field trip opportunities Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges and sponsored Science Teacher of the Year Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges

Greater Manassas Football League Professional Health Care Institute Skate Quest Farms Insurance Group – Jan Sutton Berry Photography Eli Lilly & Co. Belmont Bay Science Center/Science Museum of Virginia

First American Carpet Wargo’s Martial Arts Café of Life Chiropractic Care Color-Ad, Inc. Potomac Hospital Ft. Belvoir Public Affairs Office ATCC – American Type Culture Collection Applied Knowledge Systems, Inc. BJ’s Wholesale Club Burgess & Niple George Mason University

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Science and Family Life Education
Partners (continued): Name of Partner JE Rice Geo-Centers Leesylvania State Park Lockheed Martin MDA Technologies Northern Virginia Community College – Manassas Northern Virginia Community College – Woodbridge NOVEC Occoquan Bay Wildlife Refuge Prince William Health Systems SAI Engineering Strayer University – Woodbridge BAE Systems List of Activities Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Provided science fair judges Women in Technology

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Social Studies
Supervisor: Kenneth Bassett Partners: Name of Partner Friends of Brentsville Historical Courthouse Centre, Inc. List of Activities Provided speakers and helped develop and implement Prince William County history related curriculum through the creation of a new course

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Special Education
Director: Thomas Carter Partners: Name of Partner Ace Hardware – Dumfries Road Ace Hardware – Woodbridge ACTS, Inc. Advanced Auto Parts AJ Wright Applebees Best Western Birmingham Green Burger King Burlington Coast Factory Chesterbrook Academy – Manassas Chesterbrook Academy – Gainesville Chick Fil A Coldwell Bankers List of Activities Provided 18 training experiences for special education students Provided 6 training experiences for special education students Provided 6 training experiences for special education students Provided 88 training experiences for special education students Provided 68 training experiences for special education students Provided 72 training experiences for special education students Provided 37 training experiences for special education students Provided 13 training experiences for special education students Provided 49 training experiences for special education students Provided 43 training experiences for special education students Provided 68 training experiences for special education students Provided 41 training experiences for special education students Provided 32 training experiences for special education students Provided 32 training experiences for special education students

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Special Education
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner Dress Barn Dumfries Nursery Fairfield Inn Famous Dave’s Fastware Food Lion – Lake Ridge Food Lion – Woodbridge Foot Locker – Potomac Mills Freedom Aquatics Center Gary Watkins Construction Giant Habitat For Humanity Handy Dandy Market IKEA Jeff Rouse Aquatic Center List of Activities Provided 113 training experiences for special education students Provided 26 training experiences for special education students Provided 21 training experiences for special education students Provided 82 training experiences for special education students Provided 25 training experiences for special education students Provided 34 training experiences for special education students Provided 54 training experiences for special education students Provided 38 training experiences for special education students Provided 92 training experiences for special education students Provided 90 training experiences for special education students Provided 77 training experiences for special education students Provided 160 training experiences for special education students Provided 16 training experiences for special education students Provided 173 training experiences for special education students Provided 26 training experiences for special education students

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Special Education
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner JO-Ann Fabrics – Woodbridge K-Mart – Dale City Kohl’s – Woodbridge Long & Foster – Manassas Manassas Cinemas St. Thomas Church – Manassas Marshalls – Manassas Marshalls – Woodbridge Michael’s Flowers – Lake Ridge Michael’s Professional Painting Minnieland Ashdale Minnieland Cardinal MTC Technology Muriel Humphrey Day Care Old Country Buffet – PW Parkway List of Activities Provided 37 training experiences for special education students Provided 19 training experiences for special education students Provided 54 training experiences for special education students Provided 26 training experiences for special education students Provided 41 training experiences for special education students Provided 5 training experiences for special education students Provided 87 training experiences for special education students Provided 122 training experiences for special education students Provided 20 training experiences for special education students Provided 1 training experiences for special education students Provided 30 training experiences for special education students Provided 127 training experiences for special education students Provided 37 training experiences for special education students Provided 37 training experiences for special education students Provided 131 training experiences for special education students

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Special Education
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner Old County Buffet – Manassas On The Border PETCO – Woodbridge Potomac Library Potomac Place Assisted Living Prince William County Chamber of Commerce PWC Senior Day Program PWC Office On Youth PW’s Eatery Red Lobster – Woodbridge Ross Dress for Less - Manassas Shoppers Food Warehouse – Manassas – Liberia Sport & Health Club Summerville Assisted Living T J Maxx – Woodbridge List of Activities Provided 61 training experiences for special education students Provided 64 training experiences for special education students Provided 108 training experiences for special education students Provided 21 training experiences for special education students Provided 27 training experiences for special education students Provided 2 training experiences for special education students Provided 16 training experiences for special education students Provided 6 training experiences for special education students Provided 40 training experiences for special education students Provided 64 training experiences for special education students Provided 16 training experiences for special education students Provided 66 training experiences for special education students Provided 22 training experiences for special education students Provided 34 training experiences for special education students Provided 93 training experiences for special education students

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Special Education
Partners (continued…) Name of Partner T’s To Please VFW – Woodbridge Westminster Yappie Cuttery ARC/INSIGHT, Inc. List of Activities Provided 23 training experiences for special education students Provided 23 training experiences for special education students Provided 32 training experiences for special education students Provided 59 training experiences for special education students Provided family training and seminars

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Organizational Staff Development Staff Development
Supervisor: Judy Newhouse, Debbie Bishop Partners: Name of Partner Lincoln Financial Delta Dental PLATO Learning Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Dave’s Bar-b-que Kitchen Gourment USA Today Education PWEA List of Activities Helped provide program support Helped provide program support Helped provide program support Helped provide program support Helped provide program support Helped provide program support Helped provide program support Helped provide program support

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office

Department of Instruction Student Services
Director: Clarice Torian Partners: Name of Partner Prince William Health System Manassas City Public Schools Manassas City Social Services Manassas Park City Schools Manassas Park City Social Services PWC Community Services Board Juvenile Court Services Unit PWC At-Risk Youth and Family Services Northern Virginia Family Services PW Health District Potomac Hospital CASA ARC/INSIGHT, Inc. Quantico Family Advocacy Bethel Methodist Church Coalition of Human Services PWC Department of Social Services Lockheed Martin Virginia Cooperative Extension Gallaudet University George Mason University Virginia Tech University ACTS – Turning Point PWC Office on Youth List of Activities Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership/ Asthma Coalition Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership Child Protection Partnership and Child Abuse Issues Strong Families: Competent Kids Child Protection Partnership Strong Families: Competent Kids Child Protection Partnership Provided Internships Provided Internships and speakers Provided Internships and speakers Provided speakers Provided Youth Resource Guide and Training

Department of Instruction Student Services
Director: Clarice Torian Partners (continued…) Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • • • • • Provided training opportunities for student services staff Provided Child Abuse Prevention Education Provided 23 internship placements for counselors Provided Strong Families: Competent Kids training to all 4th graders Provided resource information as needed

Department of Instruction Curriculum & Staff Development Virtual High School

Partners: Name of Partner CyberLearning List of Activities Provided online courses for free or at a discount

Results of Partnerships, Guest Speakers, Donations: • Results not submitted to Business Partnership Office


				
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