Happy faces all around as ACPS students, teachers and staff returned to school for five-day, in-person learning this week. Take a peek at the photos from our first week!
See our newly updated Frequently Asked Questions webpage to get answers to your questions throughout the school year. This information is updated regularly and has useful information in response to questions from families and staff.
All ACPS students, including those attending Virtual Virginia, can receive free meals in school through June 30, 2022. Find out how.
As people plan to celebrate the Labor Day holiday weekend, please consider this guidance to help our community stay healthy during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
DASH buses are going fare-free for all passengers as they launch their new bus network, beginning Sunday, Sept. 5, a move that will benefit ACPS students and staff who rely on DASH service.
See more stories from this week, including: Calendar Reminder for Sept. 3 and 6 • Daily Symptom Checklist • Transportation Updates and Reminders • 2020-21 SOL Data • Vaccine Reminder
Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr., welcomes our students and staff for an exciting new school year!
The City of Alexandria and ACPS are joining together to implement a COVID-19 vaccination and testing requirement for all City government and ACPS school staff.
We look forward to welcoming K-12 students back to classes on Aug. 24. The first day for pre-K is Aug. 26. Learn more about our quarantine process for students and teachers, lunch processes, back to school forms, universal eligibility for free meals, bus transportation, and more.
Amid the dual pandemics of COVID-19 and systemic racism that have impacted our students, ACPS recognizes the need to maintain a curriculum focused on students’ social, emotional and academic learning (SEAL) needs.
See more stories from this week, including: Upcoming COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics from AHD ACPS Special Education Newsletter, Purchase a Titan Athletic Booster Pass, Download the Titan Athletics App