We are looking for feedback on the Student Code of Conduct, the guide for students, families and staff that provides a uniform code of conduct that sets expectations for students for attendance and behavior. Please take the brief survey online.
Staff connected to Talented and Gifted (TAG) program are being asked to make sure they complete the staff survey as part of the TAG evaluation process.
United Way is seeking ACPS staff to volunteer to pack meals on Friday.
ACPS is offering staff discounts and perks! Sign up to Perkspot to get offers via email.
Apply for summer school positions by April 1.
ACPS is collecting feedback about the leadership in our schools and at Central Office now through February 17. Let your voice be heard. Take the survey today!
Licensed teachers who would like to change schools within ACPS in time for the 2017-18 school year can begin the…
The summer school administrator vacancies have been posted. Get details and apply online.
Teachers, register to receive free tree seedlings and related teaching resources by February 17.
K-3 Teachers: Grants available for teams of teachers to bring coding into your classrooms using robots. Apply by November 30 to make learning to code fun and foster creativity, collaboration and critical thinking in your classroom.
If you are thinking about retirement, we have news you can use. Sign up for December 8 retirement seminar to learn more.
Professional Development Highlights: Elementary Literacy and Writing, and Talking to Students About Data
ACPS offers hundreds of courses for staff. Each week ACPS Insider will highlight a few of the most relevant courses.
We want to hear from you! Your input is wanted in curriculum redesign process. Learn more.
The process to develop the 2017-18 academic calendar has begun and ACPS is looking for your feedback. Please take a few moments to review the draft calendar and submit your comments.
It’s that time of year. Get your free flu shot before the flu gets you. Find out when a Flu Shot Clinic will be held at your work location.
The Alexandria Housing Affordability Advisory Committee is seeking new members.
Each year, ACPS puts together an Academic Calendar Committee to oversee the design of the calendar for the following school year. Find out how you can join the committee.
ACPS teachers are being invited to view two new IMAX movies at the National Air and Space Museum free of charge next week.
Get your shopping list ready so that you can take advantage of the three-day sales tax holiday. Shoppers will be able to purchase qualifying school supplies, clothing and footwear without paying sales tax.
The City of Alexandria Office of Housing is now marketing Affordable Homeownership Units for first-time homebuyers who live or work in the City of Alexandria. Own a home in a new community in Alexandria’s West End that is close to shopping, transit, parks, and other neighborhood amenities.
Join us on Tuesday, May 10 for a special night of moon discovery with NASA Goddard moon geologist Noah Petro, then a showing of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, all as part of the month long All Alexandria Reads celebration.
Mark your calendars for a special night of moon discovery. ACPS is planning a unique chat with NASA moon geologist Noah Petro as well as a free screening of the Spielberg movie E.T. as part of the All Alexandria Reads event on Tuesday, May 10 at T.C. Williams High School.
Don’t miss out on the fun activities surrounding this year’s All Alexandria Reads campaign including writing to the authors of the books you read, taking part of the Twitter scavenger hunt to win prizes and a free screening of the family movie “E.T.” at T.C. Williams High School on May 10.
ACPS is joining with Alexandria Libraries to get Alexandria reading for the All Alexandria Reads campaign. As part of the month-long event, ACPS will be screening the family movie “E.T.” at T.C. Williams High School on Tuesday, May 10. Families who show up to watch the movie will be entered into a drawing for free books selected for the campaign. See the list of the selected reading books for children and adults.
The City of Alexandria’s Office of Housing has announced the availability of a workforce affordable set-aside unit in Alexandria Crossing. City and ACPS employees may be eligible to receive $10,000 in purchase assistance through the Employee Home-ownership Incentive Program.
ACPS is seeking chemistry teachers as applicants for scholarship and grant opportunities worth up to $6,000 from the American Chemical Society.
ACPS is aware that social media is not always used in a safe and responsible way by students. Staff are invited to the social media sessions for students on Friday, January 29, designed to show students how social media can be used to impress colleges and future employers.