ACPS is hosting four Redistricting Community Meetings in October and November to solicit community input from across Alexandria ahead of determining the new boundaries. There are now four possible options for redistricting. Don’t miss out on the chance to have your say in the process.
The Alexandria City School Board has voted to approve the implementation of the new boundaries in fall 2018. Stay up-to-date with the process.
As the redistricting process gets under way this fall, ACPS would like to inform you about some proposed changes. The implementation of the new boundaries is likely to be pushed to the fall of 2018 to align with the opening of the new Patrick Henry School, West End school and pre-K center.
As you may be aware, Alexandria City Public Schools is in the process of redistricting. The process begins in earnest this month when the GIS mapping work to redraw boundaries will take place. Find out where we are in the process.
ACPS is in the process of reviewing the building at 1701 N. Beauregard Street as the possible site of a new elementary school.
The Alexandria City School Board has voted on a series of redistricting policies that include class sizes and the designation of educational programs. Watch a video that explains the new policies and where we are in the process.
A School Board new work session to discuss proposed redistricting policies has been scheduled for Wednesday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m. An FAQ on the proposed policies is posted here.
On Thursday, the Alexandria City School Board voted to extend the redistricting process into the fall of 2016. While the adjusted timeline alters the schedule for decision points in the process, it does not change the final implementation date for new boundaries. Read a full outline of the adjusted timeline.
On Monday, the Alexandria City School Board voted to extend the process of redistricting by three months to tie in with the City of Alexandria’s budget process and allow for a fuller discussion around programming changes needed to ensure academic excellence. Read the community’s response on Twitter the next day.
The Redistricting Review Committee has recommended that the process of redistricting be extended until late spring to tie in with Alexandria City’s budget process and allow for a fuller discussion around programming changes needed to ensure academic excellence. Join Tuesday’s Twitter Town Hall to have your say.
The first Community Meeting for the redistricting process saw a large turnout on Thursday night when 120 people gathered at T.C. Williams High School for the start of the discussion to create school better boundaries for Alexandria City Public Schools.