Daniel MacDonald spent many happy hours in this special place.
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.
The winners of the Anne R. Lipnick Awards for Specialized Instruction were announced at a reception of staff, School Board and students. See our winners from Douglas MacArthur, T.C. Williams and Lyles-Crouch, and take a peek at photos from the event.
Some of our youngest students with disabilities at Charles Barrett, Jefferson-Houston and the ACPS Early Childhood Center are being helped to move around more easily, thanks to a motorized car designed and built specially for them.
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.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. was joined by Mayor Allison Silberberg and ACPS’ Early Care and Education Workgroup partners to formally open the new Early Childhood Center (ECC) on Friday.
Last Thursday’s School Board meeting was focused almost entirely on the report from the evaluation conducted around our work with students with disabilities. If you are interested in the findings of the report, this is a Board meeting you will want to watch.
T.C. Williams’ The Kick serves up hot beverages and smiles each morning and also provides students with disabilities an on-site opportunity to get practical work place experience. Take a listen to Autism Resource Teacher Donsu Spratt and Paraprofessional Sally “The Boss” Schneider as they talk shop — coffee shop, that is.
Last week, 18 students with disabilities from Francis C. Hammond Middle School participated in the Meet in the Middle Feet Meet — a Special Olympics Virginia celebration where athletes and partners participate together, creating a more inclusive community for all.
ACPS commissioned an evaluation of the services it provides to students with disabilities. You can view the report and executive summary and provide comments to ACPS in November.
ACPS commissioned an evaluation of the services it provides to students with disabilities. Learn about the next steps following the release of the report this October.
The ACPS Special Education Parent Resource Center has compiled a series of videos about topics of interest to parents of students with special educational needs. View the final video in the series in English, Spanish, Amharic and Arabic.
Teachers from T.C. Williams, Francis C. Hammond, Cora Kelly, John Adams and Matthew Maury were honored for their work with students with disabilities at a reception and awards ceremony on Thursday evening.
The ACPS Special Education Parent Resource Center has compiled a series of videos about topics of interest to parents of students with special educational needs. View the fifth video in the series in English, Spanish, Amharic and Arabic.