Registered Nurses in our schools, like Louise Gedeo, provide vitally needed services that enable students to be healthy and ready to learn.
ACPS is raising awareness about communication disorders and shining a light on speech and language services available through ACPS with a profile of school speech-language pathologist Cindy Johnson in celebration of Better Hearing and Speech Month.
The Patrick Henry Advisory Group has selected a final site plan to present to the School Board as their recommended design option. Give your feedback on the recommended option.
School PTAs, community members and groups across Alexandria City Public Schools participated in Spring2ACTion on Wednesday, April 20. The result: more than $953,000 to upgrade technology, fund field trips and special programs, build library resources and renovate classrooms and playgrounds. Here is a snapshot of the results.
T.C. Williams High School senior Taj Ranna has been selected as one of five first-place winners in the inaugural White House at Bat Challenge, a competition for students in grades 9 through 12 created by the White House Historical Association and the Washington Nationals.
ACPS announces five winners of the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award for their valuable contributions to our schools.
T.C. senior Frederick Delawie has been awarded the prestigious Congress-Bundestag Scholarship to study in Germany this fall.
T.C. Williams senior Isabella Lovain learns the value of volunteer service through those she serves and the lessons she’s learned about gratitude while working to enrich the lives of others.
Congratulations to the T.C. Williams Titans STEMX team for being selected as one of four finalists in the 2016 Society for Naval Architects and Marine Engineers High School Boat Design Competition. Watch them explain the design of their whale-watching boat in a short video.
Congratulations to Althea Huggins, School Nurse at John Adams Elementary School, who has been recognized for the significant impact her work has had on the health and well-being of ACPS students, their families and the greater Alexandria community.
Meet the final round of teachers nominated for The Washington Post Outstanding Teacher Award. Over the past few weeks we have introduced each school’s nominee in the run up to the announcement of the overall ACPS winner. The winner will be announced in April.
Meet the next round teachers nominated for The Washington Post Outstanding Teacher Award. We are introducing each school’s nominee in the run up to the announcement of the overall ACPS winner.
Congressman John Lewis, representing Georgia’s 5th District, inspires students and staff at Jefferson-Houston School with the story of his very humble youth raising chickens on a farm, to his participation in the Civil Rights Movement, to his role in Congress today.
ACPS is shining a light on Karima Wade, the social worker at Jefferson-Houston School who helps our children and families thrive while also working with other school counselors to make students aware of options around bullying.