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.
Join the Academic Calendar Committee and collaborate in the development of the 2018-19 academic calendar.
Attend one of two Superintendent Search Forums tonight at 7 p.m. at George Washington Middle School or John Adams Elementary School and let your voice be heard.
ACPS’ new budget director brings a wealth experience in government budgets and has a proven record of increasing resource efficiency and implementing new initiatives.
The Alexandria City School Board has appointed Dr. Lois F. Berlin as interim superintendent for Alexandria City Public Schools while it conducts a nationwide search for a permanent superintendent.
Both the King Street and Minnie Howard campuses of T.C. Williams High School will be undergoing a reorganization of the administrative structure that will go into effect in the new school year.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has announced that he will be leaving Alexandria City Public Schools this summer to take a position as a professor in the Graduate School of Education at George Mason University in the fall.
Dr. Crawley’s last day with ACPS will be July 28. The Alexandria City School Board will lay out the process for the search for a new superintendent within the next few weeks.
Jefferson-Houston School is now an authorized International Baccalaureate (I.B.) World School for the five-year Middle Years Programme (MYP). It became an authorized Primary Years Programme (PYP) school in 2015.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has appointed Jasibi Crews-West as the new Principal of Cora Kelly School for Math, Science and Technology.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has been invited to represent K-12 schools on an advisory committee set up by Governor Terry McAuliffe.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has appointed Peter Balas as the new Principal of T.C. Williams High School, citing proven strong leadership skills and academic experience as the reason for the choice. Balas has spent the last 15 years of his career with ACPS, including five years as an administrator at T.C. Williams.
If you have an eighth-grade student with an interest in science, technology, engineering or math, consider the ACPS STEM Academy. Applications are being accepted through Friday, March 31. Learn more about the program and apply online.