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Dawn Moulen

Although PWEA member Dawn Moulen was born in Seattle, Washington, having lived in Manassas for 27 years, she concedes that it could now be considered her hometown.

As an alum of Woodbridge Senior High School, Mrs. Moulen is a proud product of Prince William County Public Schools. Her undergraduate degree was awarded by James Madison University. Her subsequent graduate degree was earned from Mary Washington College (now University of Mary Washington). Dawn has also pursued additional certifications through coursework taken from University of Virginia (Fairfax) and, via satellite classes, Virginia Commonwealth University.

Currently assigned to C. D. Hylton High School as a library media specialist, Mrs. Moulen has also served the division’s students at Woodbridge Senior High School, Battlefield High School, and Brentsville District High School. In addition to her library media certification, Dawn also holds certification in the areas of Language Arts and Gifted Education.

Read more of Dawn's story here


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  • Viginia General Assembly

    The 2018 Virginia General Assembly Session is underway.  They will meet and work on bills, resolutions, and the budget through March 10th, 2018. 

  • Candidate Narratives

    We currently have 4 candidates running for PWEA Board of Directors.  

  • Advocacy Night

    For too long, the culture of fear and retaliation has plagued the employees of Prince William County Schools. Enough is enough! It is time to stand up and say we will no longer tolerate bullying, harassment, and the unprofessional treatment. Will you stand with us?

    Several members showed up to the February 7th, 2018 School Board Meeting to show support.  We have posted speeches by 17 members who spoke that evening.


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    We invite you to join us in our work. We have put together a  list of resources including handouts, a petition, a Facebook group and your stories to help us communicate the difficulties faced in overcrowded classrooms.  

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