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The Powhatan Education Foundation is made up of a group of dedicated future-thinking individuals who formed the 501(c)(3) charitable Powhatan Education Foundation in 2011 to help ensure Powhatan County Public Schools students can continue to have access to a well-rounded, comprehensive educational experience. The Powhatan Education Foundation’s goals are to enhance the learning experience for Powhatan County Public Schools' students and to support teachers and staff. The Foundation promotes innovative educational opportunities, recognizes outstanding achievements, and maintains and develops community partnerships to help further these goals. The Powhatan Education Foundation generates and raises funds to support excellence in Powhatan County Public Schools so students can:
🌟Make the most of their education
🌟Participate in activities that enhance their educational experience
🌟Be successful in school
🌟Be prepared for life after high school

📰 News and Events

  • 2023 Summer Camps!

    Come join Powhatan County Public Schools for a summer full of fun and learning!  We provide diverse camp offerings targeted to all learners and that span a wide range of curricula.

    Our camp focus is the whole student and developing multi-faceted skills including teamwork, problem solving, creativity, collaboration, flexibility, written and spoken communication, as well as goal setting.

    Times and Locations: Summer camps will be held at Powhatan High School and Flat Rock Elementary School.

    Please see the camp descriptions for the specific location of your camp.

    Camp hours are 8:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

    There will be a 15-minute snack break during the day. Snacks are not provided.

    Bus transportation is not available for summer camps. All camps have a minimum enrollment requirement. If a camp does not meet minimum enrollment requirements, parents will be notified and monies will be refunded. Additionally, some camps will have a maximum enrollment due to safety precautions.

    Camp registrations and payments need to be made by May 31, 2023.
    You can register online at

    You can pay online using Camp payments are non-refundable.
    Online payments will be available starting March 20, 2023.

    **Students will not be considered registered until payment has been received.

    If you have any questions, please contact Tracey Ingle at (804)598-5700, ext. 140, or by email at

    Powhatan County Public Schools
  • 5 Bridges to Wellness - Identify Sources of Strength Helping Your Kids (And YOU!)

    The Powhatan Partnership for Emotional Wellness invites you to attend Identify Sources of Strength Helping Your Kids (And YOU!)

    Feel Better Supported, presented by Goochland Powhatan Community Services on Monday, April 17, 2023, at 6:30 pm via Google Meet
    Registration link:

    "Sources of Strength" make us resilient when life gets tough. The more you have, the easier it is to cope when you meet a challenge. Recognizing the people, places, and things that keep you strong increases your ability to overcome difficult situations. In this 1 hour workshop, we will consider the habits, patterns, and stories our children are using to face adversity and build their own emotional strength. Participants will get to inspire each other with the lessons we've learned about building resilient families.

    For questions contact: or

    Powhatan County Public Schools
  • Transition Tuesday Workshop

    Transition Tuesday workshop for March is scheduled for next Tuesday March 28, 2023 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm, virtually.  

    We are so lucky to have three presentations in one workshop!  Our presentations will be focusing on DARS, CSB, and Monacan Services!

    🌟Stephanie Nelson (DARS):  PreETS and Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor - Topic:  Competitive Employment for Individuals with Disabilities 
    🌟LaTasha Dodson (CSB):  Goochland_Powhatan Community Services Board - Topic:  DD Waiver
    🌟Maitlin Ware:  Monacan Services - Day Support Program for Individuals with Disabilities 

    👉 Registration Form

    Powhatan County Public Schools
  • Proposed Policy Updates & Revisions

    On March 21, 2023, the PCPS School Board received policy updates for first review. Information about proposed policy revisions are linked below.

    Policy Updates - 1st Read (March 2023) 

    If you would like to provide any feedback on the proposed policy, please complete this form by April 14.

    The School Board will consider these policies at the April 18, 2023 meeting. 


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  • "Show Me What You Mean" - a workshop on providing visual support at home.

    Registration is now open for "Show Me What You Mean" a workshop on providing visual support at home.

    This virtual workshop will be presented by the VDOE T/TAC at VCU (Training & Technical Assistance Center) from 11am-12:30pm on Thursday, May 18th, and is sponsored by the Region 1 Parent Resource Centers.

    Materials for making a set of visual prompts that you can use at home will be distributed to all individuals who register by April 30th.

    Please see the attached flyer for the registration link and more details.

    Powhatan County Public Schools
  • 🏌️‍♂️ 2023 Golf Tournament

    ⛳ Join us for the Powhatan Education Foundation’s Seventh Annual Golf Tournament!

    📆 Mill Quarter Plantation Golf Course - Thursday, June 8, 2023

    For more information about the tournament please visit our website at

    🔶 Click Here to Register!  🔶 Click Here to Become a Sponsor!

    Powhatan Education Foundation
  • 2023 Youth Art Month Exhibition Live Now at PLC!

    🎨Come out and see all of the beautiful artwork our youth has done throughout this school year so far!

    📆 March 5, 2023 - April 28,23, daily in the afternoons from 3-5.

    Powhatan County Public Schools
  • 2023 Food Service RFP Information

    Initial Period of Contract: One year from Date of Award (July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024). Performance Bid Bond: Performance Bid Bond must be included with the sealed proposal.  Sealed Proposals will be received until 12:00 p.m. (noon) on Friday, March 31, 2023, at which time they will be opened.

    • NOTE: One (1) original and five (5) copies of your proposal will be required.
    • Proposal must be sealed and clearly marked  “Proposal for Operations and Management Services”.
    • Proposals received after the 12:00 p.m. (noon) deadline will be marked late and returned unopened.

    Note: Offerors are invited to attend a mandatory pre-proposal conference at Pocahontas Landmark Building, 4290 Anderson Highway, Powhatan, VA 23139 on Tuesday, March 7, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. A tour of facilities will follow.

    Inquiries: All inquiries for information should be directed to: Debbie Halloway, Assistant Superintendent of Finance. Telephone (804) 598-5700 extension 138, Fax (804) 598-5720, Email: in a new browser tab

    If proposals are mailed, send directly to issuing agency shown above. If proposals are hand delivered, deliver to: Powhatan County School Division Administration, Department of Finance, 4290 Anderson Highway, Powhatan, VA 23139; Attention: Debbie Halloway.

    Office Hours are: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 P.m.

    Powhatan County Public Schools
  • 📢 PHS Grad on National News for Trades!

    2017 Powhatan High School Graduate 🎓, Brady Woodel appeared on National News to discuss his decision to attend a trade school!👏👏

    📍Watch Here:


    Powhatan County Public Schools
  • 📢 Powhatan Partnership for Emotional Wellness

    The Powhatan Partnership for Emotional Wellness is comprised of Powhatan County Public Schools, Elk Hillthe Free Clinic of PowhatanGoochland Powhatan Community Services, and the Powhatan Department of Social Services.

    This partnership aims to promote access to information, resources, and supports surrounding the areas of emotional well-being and mental health.

    We will be hosting various workshops and events and we will be highlighting local and national awareness initiatives.

    Event information will be posted on this website as it comes available! 


    Powhatan County Public Schools
  • Little Free Libraries Provided

    📚 Do your kids love to read? Need more books? Want to donate old books?

    PHS CTE students built and donated 5 "Little Free Libraries" to the Powhatan community. Please visit them at the Pocahontas Landmark Center, the Powhatan County Administration Building, and the Academy Road Food Lion. Two additional libraries will be located at the Powhatan Fire Department Company 2 and Company 4.

    Feel free to take a book and leave a book when you are in the area!

    Powhatan County Public Schools
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