As the first meeting in the new year, this was the meeting where the Board was required to vote on their leadership for 2020. The Board also heard from the communications auditor and received updates on both the panel of experts for the High School Project and the new build for Douglas MacArthur Elementary School.
The Alexandria City School Board has approved a $530.7 million ten-year plan to continue to modernize ACPS schools while also funding facilities repairs to school infrastructure. See the list of scheduled modernization projects.
Did you catch us in the Campagna Center Annual Scottish Walk on Saturday? Don’t miss out on this festive roundup!
This was a week where planning for 2020-21 was in full swing. The draft Program of Studies and the proposed ACPS calendar were both on the agenda. See the results of the calendar survey!
Superintendent Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. presented a ten-year vision for the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget that builds capacity across all grade levels, increases safety and security, modernizes facilities for the 21st century, and ensures equitable investment across all schools.
This was a week where capital projects were high on the list for discussion. The School Board and City Council met to discuss capital project priorities for the next ten years, while the School Board dug into updates on the swing space project and the modernization of Douglas MacArthur Elementary School.
ACPS has refined the way it develops on the budget priorities set by the School Board. Learn more on this topic ahead of the superintendent’s community chat on October 22.
The Alexandria City School Board voted to endorse a one high school model for Alexandria on Thursday evening — keeping T.C. Williams High School at the heart of Alexandria’s education system.
It is less than a week until the big vote on a way forward for our future high school students. We have more information to share about sites and costs and an updated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section.
The first School Board meeting of the school year was opened in style by the T.C. Williams High School JROTC and introduced the two new School Board representatives and discussed the upcoming High School Project vote.
One of the School Board’s main responsibilities is to adopt policies that impact your child’s school day. Learn how you can get involved in the process, and how the changes will affect you and your child.
The School Board will vote on the future of Alexandria’s high school educational programming on September 26. Get an update on the four options being considered.
On Thursday night, the School Board held its last school board meeting of the school year. This included a snapshot of the year from the superintendent as well as updates on Talented and Gifted services and the 2025 Strategic Plan.
This week, the School Board unanimously approved their Final Operating Budget for the next school year. But what does it mean for your child?