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.
Next year, ACPS will be offering close to 400 face-to-face and online course for students in grades six through twelve. What’s new? We will be launching MYCAP (Making Your Career and Academic Plan) to ensure our students are ready for life after graduation.
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget for 2019-2028 goes part way toward addressing the needs of growing student enrollment and ACPS’ aging facilities, while focusing on future collaboration with the City and property acquisition to address the rest.
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
Incoming Superintendent Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. had an engaging weekend with parents, community members, City Council, school board members, and more. View a video of him describing the weekend and why he is so thrilled to be returning to Alexandria and ACPS. He starts on July 1.
ACPS inducted six outstanding athletes into the Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday night and honored two highly regarded coaches
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has designated January 22 – 26 as School Principal Appreciation Week. Learn about fun ways to show your appreciation to your school principal this week.
What does the statement, “Local Action, Global Impact” mean to you? Submit your visual representation of the theme in the Earth Day Artwork Contest.
Are you a historian, educator or avid history buff? If so, we need you to serve as a judge in the upcoming National History Day competitions at Francis C. Hammond and George Washington middle schools.
The School Board has approved the academic calendars for the 2018-19 school year. Take a look and start planning!
Ever wonder how the decision is made to close our schools, delay opening, or close early? Or how the communications process works for getting the word out?
Congratulations to the winners in the ACPS PTA Reflections contest and to those who created the 22 entries that will go on to compete in the district-level competition.
Families and community members are invited to attend a meet and greet with our new Superintendent, Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr., on Saturday, January 20.