It is less than a week until the big vote on a way forward for our future high school students. We have more information to share about sites and costs and an updated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section.
The first School Board meeting of the school year was opened in style by the T.C. Williams High School JROTC and introduced the two new School Board representatives and discussed the upcoming High School Project vote.
One of the School Board’s main responsibilities is to adopt policies that impact your child’s school day. Learn how you can get involved in the process, and how the changes will affect you and your child.
The School Board will vote on the future of Alexandria’s high school educational programming on September 26. Get an update on the four options being considered.
On Thursday night, the School Board held its last school board meeting of the school year. This included a snapshot of the year from the superintendent as well as updates on Talented and Gifted services and the 2025 Strategic Plan.
This week, the School Board unanimously approved their Final Operating Budget for the next school year. But what does it mean for your child?
On Thursday night, the School Board recognized our young artists, budding student School Board reps and our School Board advisory committee chairs, and heard updates on Facilities and Human Resources and approved the Final Budget for next school year. Get up to date on the details.
On May 23, the ACPS updated the School Board on The High School Project and detailed work that will run through the summer months.
Thursday night’s School Board meeting was full of recognitions, particularly for our athletes who have gone on to represent our school division so well. We are proud of who you are and what you stand for!
Thursday night’s School Board meeting was full of recognitions, including the student poets laureate from MacArthur, Mount Vernon and T.C. Williams. There was also an important update on the plan to transition schools to outsourced operational services.
ACPS is proposing to adjust the distance that high school students will need to walk to school next year. Starting in September 2019, all high school students will have to walk a maximum of 1.5 miles no matter where they live, if the changes are approved by the Alexandria City School Board.
Phase two of the High School Project is gearing up as the school year winds down. Two teams will work in tandem: one designing the educational programming for the future high school and the other focused on capacity, building needs and site analysis.
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.
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.