A team of students from Douglas MacArthur Elementary School has been named World Champions after winning first place in the 2017 Odyssey of the Mind World Finals at Michigan State University over the weekend.
The Alexandria City School Board approved the FY 2018 Final Combined Funds Budget for Alexandria City Public Schools on Thursday. Read about what it means for ACPS, our students and our staff.
T.C. Williams High School’s 2017 Student Photography Showcase is on exhibit through Monday, June 19 at St. Elmo’s Coffee Pub, 2300 Mount Vernon Avenue. Take a sneak peek at their incredible work.
As part of our commitment to providing a safe learning and working environment, students, educators and staff are invited to wear orange in honor of those who have lost their lives to violence.
ACPS and City officials will break ground for the new Patrick Henry School and Recreation Center on June 19. Join us for the June groundbreaking ceremony or this week’s community meeting on Wednesday, May 31.
The SOLs are now underway. See how the staff at MacArthur are energizing their students with a fun SOL music video, see the winners of the Virginia Math SOL Cup and view the testing schedule.
The School Board has established a timeline for the Superintendent search. The timeline includes appointing an Interim Superintendent prior to Superintendent Crawley’s departure in late July.
Charles Barrett Elementary School’s Adopt-a-Gym program has raised more than $10,300 to endow schools in need with equipment to run P.E. programs that help students develop lifelong healthy fitness habits. They were so successful that they were able to donate more than $1,000 of that sum to Alexandria’s Carpenter’s Shelter.
Are you kids spending too much time on tech? Learn about the impact overuse of electronic devices can have on speech and language development, and on hearing.
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.