Alexandria Public Schools staff meet with local community to discuss the future of the budget
At a public forum on the Alexandria City Public Schools’ (ACPS) Budget, parents and local citizens split into groups and were asked what programs were needed for the children.
School Board votes to fund increased cost of TC tennis courts. jump
The six tennis courts at T.C. Williams High School will not cost $800,000 as originally planned.
Learning center helps shape youngsters’ futures.
With a mission to “Build the foundation for the future,” Hopkins House in Alexandria celebrated 75 years of success on Nov.1.
T.C. Williams High School celebrated homecoming on Saturday, Nov. 1.
ACPS students make Halloween visit to the White House.
Forget South Lee Street in Old Town. For 44 fifth-graders from Patrick Henry Elementary School, the White House was the place to be on Halloween.
Volunteering with The Reading Connection.
Diana Mertz opened the door to the Ruby Tucker Center on Tancil Court in Alexandria.
Alexandria Book Shelf Turns 1, dedicates MVCS location.
Summer school paid off for Mount Vernon Community School principal Peter Balas, who officially opened the newest Alexandria Book Shelf Oct. 6 as part of the DreamDog Foundation literacy program.
Hundreds of students and their families attended the annual book fair at Polk Elementary School on Monday evening, Oct. 20.
Great for children, working parents and the community.
A timely report hit the streets last week that zeros in on the powerful impact of after-school hours on children, parents and communities.
“W is for Writing Nights” will be the title of a student-authored alphabet book created by Hollin Meadows rising Kindergarten through Grade 3 students during eight weekly Monday night writing lessons at Sherwood Regional Library, June 30-Aug. 18.
Alexandrians vs. British Raiders – June 1814
At 5:30 on the evening of Tuesday, June 21, 1814, a number of Alexandria cavalrymen were sitting on their horses on a hill overlooking the village of Benedict, Md. on the Patuxent River, about 40 miles southeast of Washington. Below them, they could see several British barges and ships anchored in the river near the village.
New school year to bring massive changes for long troubled school.
Test scores that will be released later this year show Jefferson-Houston School is failing yet again, with scores declining dramatically in writing.
Educational accomplishments in brief.
The Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority hosted an awards and appreciation reception on June 19 for youth artists and volunteers of the Youth Arts Festival in the Vola Lawson Lobby at City Hall.
Fulfill the Promise
A speech given by the Salutatorian at the 2014 T.C. Williams commencement ceremony.