Dr. Hutchings’ visit to Lyles-Crouch kicked off the implementation of his plan to see all ACPS senior leadership spend at least one day each year getting back in front of students.
Monthly Archives: January 2020
New, Searchable Online Program of Studies Now Available for Middle and High School Students
We’re excited to unveil a comprehensive list of more than 400 middle and high school courses for the 2020-21 school year, in our completely new, searchable online Program of Studies website. The process of academic advisement and course selection is beginning in all ACPS schools. Make sure you take a look today!
You Deserve This: Rosa Landeros Named a Living Legend of Alexandria
Our Parent Liaison has gone above and beyond to help support generations of families in our city. She has now been recognized for her tireless efforts to help families at Mount Vernon Community School.
Our Children Are Watching … What Are They Seeing?
A reminder to all about how to use social media responsibly.
Board Matters: Colocation and School Modernization Discussions
This is a meeting that was designed to focus on modernizations, but instead we needed to briefly address the topic of colocation that came up this week. Watch the presentations and see the documents.
ACPS Awarded Grant to Turn School Buses Green
ACPS has been awarded a grant to begin a transition to environmentally friendly school buses.
“Crazy, Awesome, Awesome Opportunity.” Two Outstanding T.C. Seniors Win Prestigious Posse Scholarships
Thousands apply from cities across the US each year for a chance of a full tuition scholarship worth $250,000.
Concepts for New MacArthur Building to be Considered by School Board
Concepts for the new Douglas MacArthur Elementary School building will go to the School Board for consideration this week. See what is being proposed.
Show Your Principal Some Love for Principal Appreciation Week
This week is Virginia School Principals Appreciation Week. Here are some ways you can show our principals how much they are valued by our school community for their work throughout the year.
Need a Cheat Sheet on What the Budget Means?
Here it is! Print our budget cheat sheet so that you, too, can become a budget expert!
“We Are Not Makers of History. We Are Made by History.”
Superintendent Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. was the keynote speaker for the City of Alexandria’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations. Read the text of his speech.
Give Us Five Minutes to Catch up on Plans for 2025
ACPS is in the middle of the process to develop our next strategic plan for 2025. We sat down with some of the key players to find out where we are up to in the process. Watch the video to find out.
The Future of T.C. — The Nation’s Experts Weigh In
A dream team of national education experts came together from all over the U.S. last week to weigh in on the future of T.C. Williams High School. See what they recommend.
He Can’t Stop Winning: T.C. Alum Noah Lyles Named U.S. Athlete of the Year for Second Year Running
Just the boost the Titan needs as he counts down to the Olympic Games in July in Tokyo, Japan.
Lunch is on Them! Hoffman Family Clears Negative Balance Meal Accounts at T.C. and Minnie Howard
Titans are starting 2020 with a clean slate, thanks to the generosity of one Alexandria family.