A State-of-the-Schools Message from Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley: Laying the Foundation for the Future.
On Monday, the Alexandria City School Board voted to extend the process of redistricting by three months to tie in with the City of Alexandria’s budget process and allow for a fuller discussion around programming changes needed to ensure academic excellence. Read the community’s response on Twitter the next day.
What do Ronald MacDonald, the Space Shuttle and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame have to do with T.C. Williams? Take a look back at 50 great years of famous T.C. Williams alumni as we celebrate half a century since the creation of the high school. #TC50YearsOn
Francis C. Hammond Middle School Principal Pierrette Hall has been given the Unity Bridge Initiative’s Selfless Service Award for being a bridge in the development of programs which empower youth and engage parents at her school.
The Redistricting Review Committee has recommended that the process of redistricting be extended until late spring to tie in with Alexandria City’s budget process and allow for a fuller discussion around programming changes needed to ensure academic excellence. Join Tuesday’s Twitter Town Hall to have your say.
Congressman John Lewis, who marched in Selma with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1965, tells T.C. Williams students to be a headlight and not a tail light in life, as T.C. also acknowledges how far it has come.
ACPS launched its iDashboard this week, adding an extra layer of accountability and transparency to its presentation of numbers.
Jefferson-Houston School has added to its collection of awards by winning the Platinum Award for Architecture given by the Virginia School Boards Association.
America’s Supernanny Dr. Deborah L. Tillman answers parenting questions from ACPS families in honor of National Family Engagement Month.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has unveiled a Capital improvement Program (CIP) budget that advances Pre-K, and increases elementary and secondary capacity through innovative programing and the addition of extra space.
As Congressman John Lewis who marched with Martin Luther King in Selma 50 years ago visits T.C. Williams this week, we begin to take a look at some of our own achievements as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of T.C. Williams High School. #TC50YearsOn
Four athletes from T.C. Williams High School, including the Lyles brothers, signed their intent to compete for colleges in Florida, Indiana and North Carolina on National Signing Day.
In honor of Veterans Day, every ACPS school held special activities to recognize veterans of the U.S. military.