Alvey Elementary

5300 Waverly Farm Drive
Haymarket, VA 20169

571-261-2556 - phone
571-261-2557 - fax
571-261-3541 - absentee line
Alvey Elementary is located in the Dominion Valley Community off of Route 15 in Haymarket, Virginia.

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Principal: Amber Macerelli
Assistant Principal: Paula Williams
Date Opened: September 2003
Number of Students: 590
Number of Teachers: 44
School Colors: Blue and Yellow
School Mascot: Sunrays

Jump Rope for Heart

Walk-a-thon

Excellence

About J. W. Alvey Elementary

J. W. Alvey Elementary, named after former Prince William leader James Alvey, is located in the Dominion Valley Neighborhood in Haymarket, Virginia. Alvey has been designated as a Fully Accredited School by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Since opening its doors in 2003, Alvey Elementary is proud to have been named a School of Excellence 14 years by the Prince William County School Board!

Communities Served

Alvey Elementary serves the neighborhood of Dominion Valley.

Extracurricular and Enrichment Programs

Alvey has several extracurricular programs for students, such as Battle of the Books, Challenge 24, Chess Club, Singing Sunrays, Technology Club, Runaways Sunrays, MOSAIC Club, and Robotics Club. There are opportunities for students to become Peer Mediators and Safety Patrols. Alvey has an in-house Start Program for K-3 potentially gifted students and an in-house Signet Program for 4-5 gifted students. Once a month, Alvey holds a Quality Student Breakfast in which students are recognized for being good citizens.

Opportunities for Parent and Community Involvement

Parents are an important part of the Alvey community. Parents are invited to join the PTO which meets monthly and plans many presentations and activities for students. Parents are also invited to join the Advisory Council which meets the second Tuesday of every month to work with the principal planning for the school. Each of these organizations has its own page on the Alvey website with more details.

Parents and community members are invited to volunteer in the school. There are many opportunities to help in the office or to work with students as instructional volunteers. We truly appreciate our Alvey volunteers and honor them with a special luncheon at the end of the year. Their contributions are invaluable.

What Makes Our School Unique?

J. W. Alvey Elementary has a history of community service. Following the tsunami that devastated many of the countries bordering the Indian Ocean in 2004, a fifth grade class wanted to help the affected people. Their desire to help blossomed into Alvey's first Walk-a-thon in which Alvey students raised over $26,000 to donate to the Red Cross to aid tsunami victims. As a result of our second Walk-a-thon in 2005, our students raised money to purchase a car for a family displaced by hurricane Katrina. The following year, our students donated to the building of the Pentagon Memorial, and as a result, our Singing Sunrays chorus group was invited to perform at the dedication of the Memorial. Other groups our students have helped are the American Heart Association, Barn Transition Housing, the Rainbow Riding Center, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the Boys and Girls Club of Manassas, and the Food Bank. At Alvey, we not only believe that it is important teach state standards, but also to teach the importance of community service.