Inova Alexandria Hospital has partnered with ACPS to help keep our schools healthy by providing more than 800 digial thermometers to our school nurses to distribute to our families in need and demonstrate how to use them.
Congratulations to Alexa Lopez, whose artwork was selected from more than 300 submissions for its representation of this year’s theme, “Local Action, Global Impact” in the City of Alexandria’s annual Earth Day artwork contest
At its meeting on March 8, the Alexandria City School Board adopted a resolution against gun violence following the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. Read the resolution and view the recording of last Wednesday’s forum, “A Conversation about Gun Safety and the Safety of American Schools” at T.C. Williams High School.
T.C. Williams’ juniors Ana Humphrey and Leslie Lytle will compete in the Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair in Roanoke in April after advancing from the Northern Virginia Regional Science Fair last week. Four middle school students have been nominated to compete in the premier science and engineering competition for middle school students.
T.C. Williams High School senior Madeline Waldhoff is now a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship program.
More than 1,200 students from Francis C. Hammond and George Washington middle schools recently participated in the National History Day Contest. The top two winners from each category head to the Division V regional competition on March 3.
ACPS’ efforts to incorporate more physical activity into our students’ school day just got a giant boost, thanks to grants totaling more than $35,000 from Running Brooke’s Move2Learn program.
In celebration of Black History Month, ACPS honors a few notable graduates, educators and supporters of ACPS.
Congratulations to Adelaide Flint and Peyton Marcy, who will head to the state level of the National PTA Reflections Art, and the many other students who competed in the Northern Virginia district level contest.
Our school counselors help students focus on academic, career and social and emotional development so they not only succeed in school but are prepared to be self-directed, responsible decision-makers and lead fulfilling lives as contributing members of society.
ACPS values the critical role that families play in their child’s education, and our community. By extending the role that our community plays in the education of our youth, we broaden the reach of our school division and strengthen the supports we provide to our students.
On the heels of a pre-recorded appearance on “It’s Academic” over the weekend, the T.C. Scholastic Bowl team heads to the Super-Regionals on Saturday.
Between 200 – 300 students enjoy a free dinner after school three days a week thanks to the new Dinner Club that launched on Jan. 9
ACPS inducted six outstanding athletes into the Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday night and honored two highly regarded coaches