The Titan football team took care of business 69-7 in front of a sellout homecoming crowd on Saturday, while honoring T.C.’s first graduating class and the 1987 State Championship football team.
Learn about the results of the TAG Evaluation undertaken last year and plan to attend a question and answer session on October 27 or 30.
See how schools throughout ACPS celebrated and honored the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans during Hispanic Heritage Month.
T.C. Williams High School’s FIRST Robotics Competition Team 5587, also know as the Titan Robotics club, has received a grant renewal from the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) to expand and support the activities of the club.
Grant-funded Love of Literacy Project will help to build a literacy learning bridge between home and school at Cora Kelly School for Math, Science and Technology
The process to develop the 2018-19 Academic Calendar has begun and ACPS is looking for your feedback. Please take a few moments to review the draft calendars and submit your comments by November 17.
Take a moment to close your eyes. Think about every race, every age, think about yourself. Think about if your kids couldn’t eat at home. What would you do? One student at Francis C. Hammond is asking herself just this.
ACPS encourages celebrating the differences and unique gifts and abilities of each person every day to create a culture of mutual respect and equal opportunities for all students, including those who are differently-abled.
Parent Liaisons offer opportunities to better support our families by fostering relationships and helping to build cooperative working relationships between the home and school. Meet the 12 Parent Liaisons who work with the five members of the FACE team.
Here is an opportunity to take your involvement in our community to the next level and have an impact on key issues impacting our schools.
First Lady of Virginia, Dorothy McAuliffe, visited Charles Barrett Elementary School on Wednesday to commemorate Virginia Farm to School Week and National Farm to School Month.
October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. Be aware and take a stand against bullying.
Bring new or gently used backpacks, coats, jackets, hats and gloves to the ACPS Transportation Department on Saturday, October 14 to be donated to families in need. Non-perishable food items are also being collected.
Time is running out to apply to join the committee that will recommend names for the new West End Elementary School. Apply today!