Tuesday, November 7 is Election Day, which is a day off for students and a work day for teachers. Here are seven ways for students to engage on Election Day.
In January 2017, the School Board approved the implementation of new elementary school boundaries generated through a year-long redistricting process. The new school boundaries will go into effect in September 2018. ACPS is in the process of implementing redistricting and will be contacting those families impacted by the process directly in the next couple of weeks.
Unfortunately, information has come to light that has led to the decision by ACPS not to proceed with the appointment of the West End Elementary School principal made last week.
Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy has been recognized for its efforts to encourage environmental stewardship in its students, participate in conservation efforts as a community and raise student awareness through hands-on experiences.
ACPS will induct six outstanding athletes into the Athletic Hall of Fame and will honor two highly successful coaches at the fourth annual Hall of Fame event in January. Three of those being celebrated went on to have long careers with ACPS.
The Titan football team took care of business 69-7 in front of a sellout homecoming crowd on Saturday, while honoring T.C.’s first graduating class and the 1987 State Championship football team.
Learn about the results of the TAG Evaluation undertaken last year and plan to attend a question and answer session on October 27 or 30.
See how schools throughout ACPS celebrated and honored the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans during Hispanic Heritage Month.
T.C. Williams High School’s FIRST Robotics Competition Team 5587, also know as the Titan Robotics club, has received a grant renewal from the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) to expand and support the activities of the club.
Grant-funded Love of Literacy Project will help to build a literacy learning bridge between home and school at Cora Kelly School for Math, Science and Technology
The process to develop the 2018-19 Academic Calendar has begun and ACPS is looking for your feedback. Please take a few moments to review the draft calendars and submit your comments by November 17.
Take a moment to close your eyes. Think about every race, every age, think about yourself. Think about if your kids couldn’t eat at home. What would you do? One student at Francis C. Hammond is asking herself just this.