Superintendent Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. presented a ten-year vision for the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget that builds capacity across all grade levels, increases safety and security, modernizes facilities for the 21st century, and ensures equitable investment across all schools.
ACPS has refined the way it develops on the budget priorities set by the School Board. Learn more on this topic ahead of the superintendent’s community chat on October 22.
In ACPS, in addition to state assessments, we also determine how our students are performing in and out of the classroom. In ‘Measuring What Matters’, we give you a glimpse of what we do beyond testing to make sure every student goes on to be a highly valued member of our community who contributes to the City of Alexandria and beyond.
This week, the School Board unanimously approved their Final Operating Budget for the next school year. But what does it mean for your child?
Today marks the start of Teacher Appreciation Week, that special time of year dedicated to showing teachers just how much they are valued by our school community. Join us as we celebrate them for their great work throughout the year, and see a special video from T.C. Williams Titans celebrating their favorite teachers.
Don’t miss two of our kindergartners trying to pronounce the word “strategic” and explaining why you should take the ACPS 2020 Survey. Bloopers included!
ACPS is committed to providing every student with a high-quality education, a welcoming learning environment and the skills and resources needed to succeed today and after graduation. Now we need to hear if you think we are delivering on our promise. This is your chance to take the ACPS 2020 survey.
This spring, ACPS will begin to look at its priorities for the next five years. Learn if this is something in which you want to get involved.
Cora Kelly School for Math, Science and Technology Kindergarten Teacher Deborah Haiman was commended for the way she used the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program to teach and encourage students. It’s the first time an individual has been highlighted by the federal auditor and singled out for a commendation.
T.C. Williams High School has earned the College Board AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science Principles. T.C. Williams is one of only eight public schools in Virginia and one of 490 schools in total to be recognized with this award — out of more than 18,000 secondary schools worldwide that offer AP courses.
On Thursday night, the Board discussed the TAG program, Students with Disabilities evaluation and progress towards its ACPS 2020 Strategic Plan goals. The Board also celebrated our recent Scholastic Bowl win and students who successfully participated in National History Day.
ACPS is conducting a division-wide evaluation of family engagement and we would like your input. Share your feedback by completing a survey now through Friday, March 29.
Thursday night’s School Board meeting included recognition of our 18 National Board Certified Teachers, an update on community partnerships and an overview of the planning process leading to a new strategic plan for 2025.
ACPS announced formal plans to take steps to partner with Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) on an Early College High School program as part of the new Connected High School Network to be set up through The High School Project. Early College will allow students the opportunity to graduate with an associate degree from NOVA at the same time as they graduate from T.C. Williams.