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.
Meet more exceptional teachers nominated for the Washington Post Outstanding Teacher Award. We will continue to introduce you to the many others who were nominated over the next few weeks. The overall Washington Post winner and the ACPS winner will be announced in April.
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
ACPS celebrates the unique contribution that our school social workers make in the lives of our students and families. Please take a moment to celebrate your school social worker and learn about how they are helping to meet the needs of our students and families.
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.
ACPS teachers really are an exceptional bunch! Meet those nominated for the Washington Post Outstanding Teacher Award. We will continue to introduce you to the many others who were nominated over the next few weeks. The overall Washington Post winner and the ACPS winner will be announced in April.
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.
If you are the parent or guardian of an eighth-grade student, this post is for you. With the course selection process underway, we want to be sure that you’re aware of two outstanding academic opportunities for students interested in careers in health sciences or STEM.
Heidi Haggerty Wagner has been named principal of the new pre-K center that will open this fall as a stand-alone center at John Adams Elementary School.
T.C. Williams High School senior Madeline Waldhoff is now a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship program.
If you haven’t tuned in to ACPS-TV recently, it’s time to take another look. The station just relaunched with a whole new look and feel.