ACPS is proposing to adjust the distance that high school students will need to walk to school next year. Starting in September 2019, all high school students will have to walk a maximum of 1.5 miles no matter where they live, if the changes are approved by the Alexandria City School Board.
This is the second in a series highlighting the stories of T.C. Williams High School students working in our community through internship programs. This week, we feature T.C. Williams High School junior Kevin Cartagena.
Don’t miss two of our kindergartners trying to pronounce the word “strategic” and explaining why you should take the ACPS 2020 Survey. Bloopers included!
Phase two of the High School Project is gearing up as the school year winds down. Two teams will work in tandem: one designing the educational programming for the future high school and the other focused on capacity, building needs and site analysis.
Do you know how ACPS works to create a positive climate for all students? Find out how we are implementing Restorative Practices.
On Thursday night, the Board discussed The High School Project, changes to walk zones for high school students, restorative practices and also honored our ACPS 2019 Teacher, Principal and Support Staffer of the Year.
ACPS is committed to providing every student with a high-quality education, a welcoming learning environment and the skills and resources needed to succeed today and after graduation. Now we need to hear if you think we are delivering on our promise. This is your chance to take the ACPS 2020 survey.
Amazon has donated robotics equipment to six elementary schools in ACPS by way of a demonstration of its commitment to Alexandria ahead of the arrival of its new H2 headquarters.
ACPS will be conducting equity audits at all schools this spring to assess how well we are serving all our students and work out how we may be able to better serve them in the future.
This spring, ACPS will begin to look at its priorities for the next five years. Learn if this is something in which you want to get involved.
April Rodgers, physical education teacher and founding staff member at Ferdinand T. Day Elementary School, has been recognized for her powerful commitment to teaching life skills in her physical education classes and for her key contributions in opening Alexandria’s newest school last fall.