City schools close after teachers take day off.
Women take the Day Off in Alexandria
Alexandria West Rotary Club donates books
Alexandria City Public Schools inducted five outstanding athletes into the Athletic Hall of Fame
Cora Reed has been a school crossing guard for the Alexandria Public Schools for nearly 44 years.
John McCrary, director of Music and Liturgy at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church on W. Braddock Road, gears up for the Feb. 24 concert.
School Board approves redistricting plan 9a.
For the first time since 1999, the Alexandria Elementary School boundaries are shifting.
Benefit to be held February 10
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine will be among those honored Feb. 10 at this year’s Dunbar Alexandria-Olympic Boys and Girls Club annual fundraiser.
Despite 2 percent departmental cuts.
Superintendent Alvin Crawley’s proposed budget leaves Alexandria Public Schools’ with $9.6 million funding gap, even with 2 percent funding cuts to every school department.
Parents express support, but Beauregard future raises concerns from neighbors.
Office building will be retrofitted to become a school.
St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School in the News
Redskins’ quarterback urges region to put phones down while behind the wheel.
“If I get sacked in a game, I can get back up and move onto the next play — for the most part,” he said. “But when you text and drive, you might not get back up.”
Community expresses concerns about lack of diversity in proposed redistricting.
Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) need to redistrict. But among parents, teachers, and students there are deep concerns that the redistricting hadn’t done enough to balance the diversity of the schools.
Reading between the lines.
After 17 years of static school lines, Alexandria City Public Schools is making motions to begin the process of redistricting. By the start of the 2018 school year, new school lines that incorporate two new schools and other expansion projects will cause shifts in school populations across the city.
Some educators say less can be more, stress balance when it comes to homework.
Paula DeMarco dreads one time of day the most: weekday evenings at 5:30. It’s the time she has set aside for her children begin their homework. That means no screen time, music or other distractions.