Heidi Haggerty Wagner has been named principal of the new pre-K center that will open this fall as a stand-alone center at John Adams Elementary School.
We met incoming Superintendent Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings Jr. in the video message he shared with us last week. Send him a message back and we will make sure it gets to him. Find out how.
Join us this Thursday to learn about kindergarten and elementary school options in Alexandria at the Kindergarten Fair.
ACPS offers free pre-K to qualified families through the Virginia Preschool Initiative (VPI). Find out when and how to apply.
The School Board voted on Thursday to move funds initially allocated for the lease of a new school for the purchase of a new building in the West End at 1701 and 1705 North Beauregard Street.
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 to adopt the next phase of the Long Range Educational Facilities Plan that sets out building expectations and the need for any future pre-K centers.
As you head into summer break, take a look back at some of the highlights of the ACPS year in video.
ACPS has begun work on the next phase of the Long Range Educational Facilities Plan that will set building expectations for future ACPS high schools and pre-K centers. Get involved in the process.
ACPS gives a HUGE thank you to everyone who supported us during the budget process this year. On Thursday, May 5, Alexandria City Council passed the budget for the next year, which included generous support for our growing schools.
This week is the Week of the Young Child. Spend three minutes to see why we value pre-K at ACPS. Then celebrate with us as we count down the days of the week with our preschoolers.