Are you set up to receive email and text messages from ACPS in case of winter weather schedule changes? Learn the best ways to stay informed and get connected.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 Teacher of the Year Award. Details of the nomination process, instructions and required materials are listed here to help you with making your nominations. Nominate a teacher today!
In honor of Veterans Day, ACPS held special activities in our schools to recognize and honor veterans of the U.S. military.
Meet the new Public Relations Liaison for your child’s school. Stay on top of all the happenings at your school via your school’s social media.
ACPS is raising awareness about bullying and is committed to bringing an end to bullying in our school division. Throughout the month of October, staff at every school are engaging students in activities that educate, inform and empower students to recognize and respond appropriately to bullying behavior.
Students from Mt. Vernon Community School, Jefferson-Houston School, Samuel W. Tucker Elementary School and Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy joined Superintendent Alivn L. Crawley and School Board Chair Karen Graf in celebrating the U.S. Constitution.
Students at Charles Barrett, Jefferson-Houston, Lyles-Crouch, MacArthur, George Mason Elementary School, Maury and Mount Vernon enjoyed strawberries and greens grown in their own school gardens in celebration of Strawberries and Greens Day.
Charles Barrett Elementary School and Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy were among 166 schools honored with the Board of Education Distinguished Achievement Award for 2016 in Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Virginia Index of Performance (VIP) program.
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.
Meet the teachers nominated for The Washington Post Outstanding Teacher Award. We will be introducing them over the next six weeks in the run up to the announcement of the overall ACPS winner.
See how ACPS students are recognizing Martin Luther King Day through a variety of art and service projects.