New Learning Packets Available For PEC Students

Prince Edward County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Barbara Johnson is trying to keep everyone informed about what schools are doing in the wake of this corona virus shutdown. In a new statement released on Friday, Johnson said that teachers have now prepared a second learning packet for students. The new packet will focus on a review of specific skills and … Read More

Moton Museum

The Moton Museum continues to be closed indefinitely to the public as we do our part to support our community during this public health challenge that we face.  “What I know is that there will be a day where we once again are able to gather together in this historic place. Until that time, we continue to be so grateful … Read More


The Woodland, Inc., an independent retirement and healthcare neighborhood, is bringing video conferencing service to residents through its “Connect The Woodland” program. The program was started to help residents stay in touch with family members and friends they can’t be with in person due to visitor limitations put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Families want to see and hear … Read More

PEC Daily Meals Provided To STudents

Prince Edward County Public Schools are curreently distributing free bag meals to students during the school closure caused by COVID-19. Bagged lunches include a lunch for that day and a breakfast for the following day. The bags include a sandwich, one snack, fruit, vegetables, and milk. The brekafast bags contained cereal, a pastry, fruit, juice, and milk. Here is a … Read More

Cumberland County Administrative Offices Update

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Cumberland Administrative offices will remain closed to the public for in-person services through 8:30 a.m. on Monday, April 20, 2020.  This is a change.  Departments continue to be staffed by employees who can assist customers by phone or email.  For citizens convenience, there is a drop box that can be used to drop … Read More

Longwood Campus Student Count Down to the Bare Minimum

There is a misconception going around about the number of students on Longwood’s campus amid the covid 19 restrictions. As of last Friday (March 20th) over 90 % of the student population had already returned home. Remaining students are being asked to depart this week as the University be closing all residence halls. A small number of students will remain … Read More

Longwood Announces Second Positive Covid 19 Case

The Virginia Department of Health informed the University this morning that a second Longwood student has received a positive COVID-19 test result. The student lives off-campus and has self-quarantined since last Wednesday, March 18. VDH believes the student acquired the virus while traveling out-of-state the week after spring break, but is not certain of the origin.   As with the … Read More


From: Lynette H. Wright, Director of Elections – Prince Edward County             The Prince Edward Voter Registration encourages voters to protect their health during the COVID -19 outbreak. Voting Absentee by mail in the coming local May elections is strongly encouraged. Voters may choose reason “2A my disability or illness” for Absentee voting in the May 2020 elections due to … Read More


(The following note is from the Superintendent of Prince Edward County Public Schools, Barbara A. Johnson, Ed. D.): Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Northam has closed all public schools until the end of the academic year. The Virginia Department of Education(VDOE) is working diligently with all school divisions to develop guidance for continuity of learning as well as to … Read More


Town of Farmville Administrative Buildings will be closed to the public starting Monday, March 23, 2020. Departments will be staffed by employees who can assist citizens over the phone and via email. Citizens are encouraged to call ahead or visit for the latest information before attempting to visit any town building in person. Citizens are further encouraged to call … Read More