The Marsteller Math/Science Specialty Program...
-is an interest-based program where we provide students with opportunities to explore in-depth mathematical and scientific concepts while developing their critical thinking skills.
-includes the Virginia SOLs and the Prince William County curriculum (same curriculum, but moves more quickly to allow activities that extend beyond and deeper into the topics.)
-groups high interest students together for science instruction.
-expects students to meet academic and behavioral standards (no grades below "C" and no "U"s in conduct or work habits)
General Description for Applicants
Please see file below for more information about our program and the application process. The power point offers a general description of Marsteller and our Math/Science Specialty Program.
Information Regarding Transfer Applicants
A student who is not based at Marsteller may still apply to attend the MSSP at Marsteller as a full-time transfer student if the family is assigned by residence to attend the following middle schools: Bull Run, Gainesville, Nokesville K-8, Parkside, Reagan, or Stonewall. Consult the Prince William County Schools website under "How Do I Find?" and select "Find Your School" to identify your assigned base middle school.
GIRLS + MATH + SCIENCE = SUCCESS CONFERENCE:
Saturday, March 17, 2017 at Marsteller Middle School 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m
Come join us for an exciting conference targeting girls grades 5-12 which provides an opportunity to meet women in STEM careers as well as participate in a variety of workshops. Register early to reserve a spot (t-shirt included in 6$ registration fee). More information is available at successconference.net.
Career Readiness Opportunities sponsored by the National Society of Black Engineers (deadline 5 pm, March 30)
Two opportunities for young PWC students interested in experience in medical and healthcare related careers. Please link below for more information.
VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY CAMP
Are you a student aged 13-16 interested in natural sciences? Please consider attending Holiday Lake Forestry Camp, held June 19-24 at Holiday Lake 4-H Center near Appomattox. Led by natural resource professionals, this residential camp provides field-based learning, skill development, and an introduction to natural resource careers. All campers receive a substantial scholarship, keeping out-of-pocket costs low. The nomination form and information can be found at www.dof.virginia.gov under the Education sidebar. The nomination deadline is April 7. Please contact Ellen Powell (email@example.com) if you have questions.
MSSP NOTIFICATION LETTERS -FEBRUARY 18, 2017
Notification letters regarding provisional acceptance into the Math/Science Specialty Program for the Fall Term of 2017 will be mailed February 18, 2017. Students who were not selected in the lottery for transfer students will also be notified by mail. All return forms are due March 4, 2017.
Current Marsteller MSSP TRANSFER Students-respond by MARCH 3, 2017.
In February, students enrolled in the Math/Science Program at Marsteller who attend as transfer students must submit a new Letter of Intent to indicate whether they plan to continue on in the program here at Marsteller for next year. They must also submit a new Specialty Program Transportation Information Form. Letters requesting these will go out on February 18, 2017 or you may find these in the files below. You may turn these in to the office or email/fax them to Mrs. Quinlan (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Marsteller. (Fax-703-530-6327) These forms are due no later than March 4 in order to reserve your spot as a transfer student in the program. (Returning base school students do not need to re-apply or submit a Letter of Intent unless they plan to leave the program)
How to Set-up Calendar Alerts:
If you would like to receive email alerts for items posted to this calendar, you may view step-by-step directions here: http://pwcs.ss9.sharpschool.com/cms/One.aspx?portalId=340225&pageId=5348120