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Meet Your Teachers

 Mrs. McLeod

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Hi 3rd grade students and families! This is my 15th year at Enterprise! I love our school community! I am excited about all the new possibilities this school year will bring! I can’t wait to get to meet you all and build our partnership.

I love spending time with my family. Families are super important in our personal development and I look forward to getting to know all my students' families. I am a huge sports fan!!! I love all the hometown teams (Washington Football Team, Washington Nationals, USA Soccer teams, Washington Wizards, Washington Capitals, etc.)  

Please feel free to contact me at any time at

Mrs. Croyle

Mrs. Croyle smiling

Welcome to third grade!  I'm Mrs. Croyle and I have the pleasure of teaching your special student this year.  It will be an adventure during which we will learn and grow together.

I am from a family of educators and have 15 years of experience. I proudly joined PWCS in 2018 to assist my parents as they age. My husband and I have three children and two grandchildren will arrive in before the end of the 2020. My hobbies include:  reading, thrift store shopping, beach visits, and working outdoors.

I'm honored to become partners with you as your child's teacher.

Please feel free to contact me at any time at

Ms. Spiegelthal

a photo of Ms. Spiegelthal posing in front of a cliff 

Hi students and families! 
This is my third year at Enterprise, and I've been teaching third grade this whole time! I'm so excited for this new year-- it'll be an interesting one! 

I love learning about animals, making t-shirt designs, and reading.
This summer, I went camping in some national parks and saw the beauty of America's landscape firsthand.
Pictured above is me at Badlands National Park in South Dakota! (I'm glad we have cars now-- that land would have been pretty bad for a European explorer!)

Please feel free to contact me at any time at

Email us in whichever language you are comfortable-- we can translate it! 
If you would like to chat over the phone, please let us know and we can work out a time to meet that works for you. If you would like an interpreter, we're happy to arrange that too.

Tips for Virtual Learning

  • Store all your materials in the same place so you can find them  a stack of books with an apple on top
  •  Try to find a quiet place to work and meet with the class
  • a magnifying glass with a question mark inside Tell your teacher if you need help with an assignment or your technology
  • Keep water nearby and stay fueled up with snacks throughout the day    a sandwich  a water bottle
  • Take your learning seriously! This is going to be an unusual year, but it will be a great opportunity to learn a laptop computer with a book going into the screenat your own pace and dive into things you find interesting :) 

Learning Links

Please click here to log into Canvas for all lessons, Zoom links, and updates!

Parents-- did you know you can sign up for Canvas, too?
Become an "Observer" in your child's classroom and see everything your student is doing in class!
Email your classroom teacher for instructions on doing this.

Have you signed up for a ParentVUE account? This is where you can see grades, bus information, class schedules, attendance information, and more!

ParentVUE Directions:

  1. Log onto
  2. Click "Parents" (up top)
  3. Click "Staying Connected", on the left
  4. Scroll down to "The HUB - Parent Vue" and click "Login to Parent Vue"
  5. Click "More options" on the bottom right
  6. Click "Activate account" and follow the prompts
  7. If you don't have your authentication/activation key, email our secretary, Ms. Brizuela, at

Does your student need help with spelling? 

Here are some tips, games, and strategies you can use at home!

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Other PWCS or Enterprise Links:

Enterprise Technology Help: see videos about how to use Canvas and Zoom, how to log into Office 365, how to create a ParentVUE account or a parent observer account in Canvas, and more!

PWCS Home Learning pageincludes online academic resources, suggested free apps, offline activity ideas, optional daily schedules, and parent tips  

ENES Library page: check out videos of the embryology (chick-hatching) project, get free podcasts and e-books, and find links to websites for curious kids!

PWCS Information Technology:

wifi symbol     Need wifi for your school device? Here are the locations for wifi hotspots! 

You can also follow that link for instructions to reset your student password, or reach out to your teacher for help with this.

Library card
You can borrow audiobooks and ebooks for free from the public library! Just download the Libby app and use your library card to access the library system. 
  1. Open the Libby app or link
  2. Select "Yes" when it asks you if you have a library card (or sign up for one below)
  3. Select "I'll Search for a Library" and find Prince William Public Library System by typing in that, or by putting in Dale City or your zip code (22193)
  4. Select "Enter Library Account Details" and add your library card number
  5. If you got your library card through Enterprise, your password is the last 4 digits of your card. Otherwise, if you don't know your password, select "Here's some help"
  6. Select "Forgot password" and add your barcode (library card number). Then check your email that you used to sign up for the card for a reset link.
  7. Then you just need to add your barcode (library card number) and password to login!

Resources for Families

School Counselor Referral
If your student wants to talk to a counselor, or you think he or she should, please fill out this quick referral form so Ms. McMahon can get in contact with the student. 

Referral forms are monitored Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Referrals will be answered within 24 hours.
If this is a true emergency, please call 911 or contact one of the following emergency resources:

-ACTS Helpline                

-1.800.SUICIDE (24-hour)

-Crisis Text Hotline (24-hour)

-PWC Child Protective Services

-PWC Community Services Board

Testing for COVID-19
Prince William County has partnered with the Health Department and Walmart to open two drive-through testing sites here in the county. The sites will be open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 7:00-9:00 AM. The locations are
  • 17041 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Dumfries, VA 22026
  • 8386 Sudley Rd., Manassas, VA 20109
Click here for more information

FREE Medical Clinic in Woodbridge
Catholic Charities Mother of Mercy Free Medical Clinic has opened in Woodbridge. This clinic will serve the under-insured and the uninsured regardless of your faith. The clinic is located at 13900 Church Hill Rd., Woodbridge.

FREE School Physicals for uninsured children

At the Manassas- Inova Cares Clinic for Families
8051 Sudley Rd, Manassas, VA 20109
Appointment required
Call today at (703) 698-2550 for English or Spanish
To ensure social distancing, just the child and one parent should attend
Masks required for all participants



If you don't have high speed internet at home: if you have a cell phone, your carrier may have provided you with additional hotspot data for free, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check with your cell phone provider to see what options are available to you.
Comcast is offering 60 days of free Internet Essentials service.
To sign up,  visit the Comcast Internet Essentials website (
You can also call 1-855-846-8376 for English and 1-855-765-6995 for Spanish.

Food Distribution

C.H.O.W. Wagon
The C.H.O.W. Wagon will be distributing free food from 9:00-11:00am (or until gone) at the following locations during the month of September:
9/4/2020 - Fred Lynn Middle School
9/11/2020 - Rippon Middle School
9/18/2020 - Coles Elementary School
9/25/2020 - Hampton Middle School

For more information, visit

Grocery Kits
Grocery kits will now take the place of student meals to better support PWCS families. Instead of daily meals, families may pick up these grocery supplements on Mondays and Thursdays at 56 feeding sites.

Kits are FREE to all children 18 years old and under.
Service Times: Mondays and Thursdays from noon - 6 p.m.
Service Style: Curbside pickup at school main entrance.
Meal Types: Kits include a variety of whole grains, protein, fruits, vegetables and milk designed as a weekly grocery supplement.

Full details and list of locations here