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PowerSchool - PowerSchool is the student information system used by Isle of Wight County Schools to develop class schedules, take attendance, store grades, produce transcripts, report cards, and more. Parents and guardians of students enrolled in Isle of Wight County Schools can view student progress through the PowerSchool Parent Portal.
Connect 5 (formerly Alert Now) - is an instant communication system used to share important information quickly and accurately to parents, students and staff. With this system, IWCS delivers time-sensitive messages about school closings and delays, student attendance, events and activities, and schedule changes, as well as safety announcements in the event of an emergency.

Division iNews - iNews is your NEW #1 source for IWCS news and information! Click here to sign up.

Awards and Recognition
Each month IWCS students and staff are recognized at School Board meetings as "Isle of Wight Achievers" for their scholastic and athletic accomplishments and for outstanding contributions to our community.
Teachers of the Year

The Teacher of the Year program annually recognizes and rewards teachers who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and excellence in teaching. 

Nine teachers are selected by their peers to represent each school in Isle of Wight County. The nine candidates then prepare and submitt detailed portfolios for review by the Teacher of the Year committee, which then selects a single representative at each of the three school levels: elementary, middle, and high school. Finally, the three level winners are observed in their classroom by the committee and an overall winner is selected.

The Isle of Wight County Teacher of the Year then becomes a candidate for the Virginia Teacher of the Year.

2013 IWCS Teachers of the Year

Isle of Wight Co, VA – April 11, 2013: Isle of Wight County Schools is proud to announce the 2012-­‐2013 Teacher of Year, Carrollton Elementary School Physical Education Teacher Emily Jones. Jones was surprised with the news during one of her afternoon P.E. classes and her students shared in the excitement.

Jones is a Williamsburg native and now resides in Smithfield. After graduating from Radford University, she became the Health and Physical Education Teacher in Southwest Virginia during which time she also attained a Masters degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion from California University of Pennsylvania. She then joined Isle of Wight County Schools in 2011.

“Staying active and motivating others to get healthy is my passion,” said Jones. “Physical Education is a way for me to make a difference in the lives of my students and the adults I have the privilege of working with. I’m doing what I love!”

The school division also recognized Teachers of the year at each school and by grade level: Carrollton Elementary -­‐ Emily Jones (Elementary School and Division TOY), Carrsville Elementary -­‐ Trina Stout, Hardy Elementary -­‐Tonya Wilson, Windsor Elementary -­‐ Judy Post, Westside Elementary -­‐ Sarah Butler, Smithfield Middle -­‐ Jada Parr, Windsor Middle -­‐ Deborah Evans (Middle School TOY), Windsor High -­‐ Virginia Beatty Riffle, and Smithfield High -­‐ Kate Gover (High School TOY). Click here  to download the document.

Emergency Information

We will continue to collaborate with law enforcement to ensure that our schools provide a safe environment for our children. In the event that an emergency occurs during school hours, please keep the following guidelines in mind:

  1. Remain calm and ensure your own safety.
  2. Do not come to the school to pick up your child unless notified to do so.
  3. Do not call the school as this ties up the lines. Communication from the Principal and or School Division will be received as quickly as possible.
  4. Tune in to the local radio stations, television stations and division website for the most updated information.
  5. If you are aware of any potential safety issues that may impact any students or schools, please report it to the School Information Tipline by calling 757-357-0908. All imminent dangers should be immediately reported via 911.