Great News About ACPS
Check out the latest media coverage of ACPS by following the links below.
T.C. students lead assembly on race. Read more on the Alexandria Gazette Packet website.
T.C. Williams inducts first members of athletic hall of fame. Read more on the Alexandria Times website.
Attorney general, education secretary visit local juvenile offenders. Read more on the Alexandria Times website.
Alexandria Commentary: Improving Academic Achievement. Read Dr. Crawley's latest newspaper column on the Alexandria Gazette Packet website.
T.C. Williams junior Noah Lyles impresses on the track. Read more on the Alexandria Times website.
T.C. Williams Senior Girma Places Sixth at States. Read more on the Alexandria Gazette Packet website.
George Washington Girls Rise Before Dawn to Talk With Their Afghan Peers. Read more on AlexandriaNews.org.
Why students have no idea what college actually costs. Read more on The Washington Post website.
Va. crossing guard Charlotte Ross retires after nearly 50 years. Watch the video on the WUSA9 website.
Fairfax schools communications chief to join Alexandria. Read more on The Washington Post website.
A Medieval Book Fair at Polk. Read more on the Alexandria Gazette Packet website.
Dominion Power builds outdoor classroom in Alexandria. Learn more on the WUSA9 website.
Superintendent Crawley was a guest on The Kojo Nnamdi Show. Watch the full interview at thekojonnamdishow.org.
New principal brings 'fresh hope' to struggling Alexandria school. Read more on The Washington Post website.
Young Entrepreneurs Set for National Competition. Read more on NBC Washington website.
Police believe gun scare at Alexandria school was baseless. Read more on The Washington Post website.
Alexandria students reported man pointing gun at them at Maury Elementary. Read more on The Washington Post website.
Alexandria Dedicates New School. Watch the video on the NBC Washington website.
Alexandria marks the opening of $45 million Jefferson-Houston School building. Read more on The Washington Post website.
Alvin Crawley's steps to Alexandria. Read more on the District Administration website.
U.S. wins two Youth Olympic track and field gold medals. Read more on the NBC Sports website.
Getting dirty is part of a superintendent's job. Read more on the District Administration website.
High school students run company that gives back to military families. Read more on the WJLATV website.
Operation Graduation helps struggling T.C. Williams students get diplomas. Read more on The Washington Post website.
Alexandria looking to light up Friday night football games, but neighbors are cool to idea. Learn more on The Washington Post website.
More Than an Apple for These Teachers. Learn more about the PTA makeover of the staff lounge at Mount Vernon Community School on the NBC 4 Washington website.
Schools seek changes to healthier lunch rules. Read more on the Associate Press website.
Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Awards. Read more in The Washington Post.
T.C. Track Star Wins at U.S. Youth Olympic Trials. Read more at AlexandriaNews.org.
New superintendent outlines plans for Alexandria schools. Read more in the The Washington Post.
First lady to students: Apply for federal aid. Read more in the The Washington Post.
One Hundred Virginia School Boards Pass Resolutions Supporting Lawsuit. Read the VSBA press release.
Charles Barrett Teacher Receives 2012 Presidential Award For Excellence In Mathematics and Science Teaching. Read more on the Alexandria News website..
Return of the Titans. Watch the video on the Sports Illustrated website.
Bidding farewell to a great teacher who beat dumb ideas. Read more in The Washington Post.
Alexandria poised to appoint interim schools chief. Read more in The Washington Post.
Dr. Walsh First Day of School Interview on WTTG FOX 5. Watch the video at myFOXdc.com.
Summer Vacation Over for Three Northern Va. Schools. Learn more at NBC Washington.
Alexandria Teen Named "Player of the Year". Learn more at NBC Washington.
Virtual school in shopping mall helps Alexandria students graduate. Read more in The Washington Post.
Jefferson-Houston in Alexandria to get a fresh start with a new building. Read more in The Washington Post.
Mark Wahlberg to Alexandria students: Stay in school. Read more in The Washington Post.
Students get 2nd chances to learn, graduate through online programs. Read more in the Deseret News.
T.C. Williams pitcher Alec Grosser goes from unknown to MLB draft prospect. Read more in the The Washington Post.
Good Morning from Lyles-Crouch First Graders. Watch the video on the MSNBC website.
School Safety: ACPS Makes Changes After Newtown. Read more in the West End Alexandria Patch.
'More Than Sad': Suicide Prevention Comes to T.C. Williams. Read more in the Delray Patch.
GW Student Plans to Go the Extra Mile for Somalian Children. Read more in the Old Town Alexandria Patch.
The Washington Redskins hired T.C. Williams High School graduate Keith Burns as a special teams coach. Read more about Burns in The Washington Post.
Animal Crusaders helping homeless animals. To learn more, visit the ABC7 website.
Alexandria City Public Schools consider ending class rankings. To learn more visit the ABC7/NewsChannel 8 website.
T.C. Williams Wide Receiver Tiffany Person Earns PT. Watch the video on the NBC4 website.
Matthew Maury Elementary goes pink to honor principal. Watch the video on the WJLA website.
NBC4 reports on the new T.C. Satellite Campus. Watch the video on the NBC Washington website.
T.C. Satellite Campus Holds Grand Opening at Landmark Mall. Read more on the Old Town Alexandria Patch website.
Cornel West and Tavis Smiley's Poverty Tour 2.0 visits T.C. Williams High School. Watch the video on The Nation blog.
T.C. Williams alum Terrence Jennings captures a bronze medal in taekwondo in dying seconds of his match. Read more on The Patch website at http://delray.patch.com/.
Mount Vernon's new principal is no stranger to achievement challenges. Read more in The Washington Post at http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/.
T.C. Williams graduate Terrence Jennings will compete in taekwondo in the Olympics! Read more about the 25-year-old athlete in The Washington Post at http://ow.ly/cytYA and in the Old Town Alexandria Patch at http://ow.ly/cyu9E. Jennings' preliminary round of competition is scheduled for Aug. 8.
ACPS Summer School Students to Receive Free Meals. Read more on The Patch website at http://oldtownalexandria.patch.com/articles/acps-summer-school-students-to-receive-free-meals.
T.C. Williams High School moves up 11 places in the Challenge Index. Read more on The Washington Post's website at http://apps.washingtonpost.com/local/highschoolchallenge/schools/2012/list/local/.
In this week's "Alexandria Gazette Packet," online at http://www.alexandriagazette.com/documents/2012/may/16/alexandria-gazette-packet-may-16-2012/: photos of a yard sale at Minnie Howard on page 1, an article about the George Washington Middle School Orchestra's performance at Kennedy Center on page 3 and photos of Keller Williams Realty's spring clean-up at Jefferson-Houston School on page 9.
In this week's "Alexandria Times," online at http://alextimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/05_17_2012-LowRes.pdf: information about the volunteer spring clean-up at Jefferson-Houston School on page 3 and a profile of T.C. Williams Student of the Month Yazmin Dorado on page 7.
In this week's "Alexandria Gazette Packet," online at http://www.alexandriagazette.com, see photos of Spanish exchange student Pablo Rodriguez's wolf art, created from strewn T-shirts, on page 1; photos from the Titan Expo and George Washington High School alumni Lunch Social on pages 6 and 7; and T.C. Williams sports news on pages 29 and 30.
In this week's "Alexandria Times," online at http://alextimes.com, read about T.C. Williams senior Lauren McCracken's "Washington Post" award on page 3.
Congratulations to Samuel W. Tucker School Crossing Guard Sheila Richardson, whose quick thinking saved a coworker's life and earned her a Livesaving Award during the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce's 26th annual Valor Awards. Read the full story at AlexandriaNews.org.
View Channel 7 ABC News coverage of Eileen Powell, Doodle 4 Google Finalist at http://www.wjla.com.
Check out The Washington Post's coverage of ACPS top Google Doodler Eileen Powell at http://www.washingtonpost.com.
T.C. Williams senior T.J. Huggins earned the coveted MVP award at the 39th Annual Capital Classic on April 21 at T.C. Williams High School. Visit the "Alexandria Gazette Packet" at http://www.alexandriagazette.com/photos/2012/apr/25/15495/ to see a photo of the star in action.
T.C. Williams senior Leah Valtin-Erwin, founder of the school's Modern Dance Society, received an Alex Art Award on Tuesday night at City Hall. Read more in the "Del Ray Patch" at http://delray.patch.com/articles/t-c-williams-senior-leah-valtin-erwin-earns-alex-art-award.
AlexandriaNews.org features a rave review of the George Washington Middle School Campus thespians' original production of "Ghost Light" at http://www.alexandrianews.org/2012/04/gwms-thespians-hit-homerun-with-ghostlight/nggallery/page-2/.
View a photo gallery of the city's Earth Day celebration, including the Trashion Fashion Show starring ACPS students, at the "Del Ray Patch," http://delray.patch.com/articles/photo-gallery-alexandria-s-earth-day-celebration.
Read the "Alexandria Times" article at http://alextimes.com/2012/04/alexandria-city-public-schools-boost-safeguards-against-sex-offenders/ to learn how ACPS is boosting safeguards against sex offenders.
T.C. Williams is the eSchool of the Month in "eSchool News," which cites the schools use of technology "to create online and blended-learning environments that provide extra support to students who need it. Two of the school's primary goals are to extend the amount of learning time and ensure that more students graduate - and early results from these programs are encouraging." Read an interview with Mary Fluharty, the school's online learning coordinator, at http://www.eschoolnews.com/2012/04/03/virginia-high-school-uses-technology-to-increase-learning-time-boost-graduation-rates/.
Visit http://www.alexandrianews.org/2012/04/gettysburg-college-remembers-the-titans/ to read AlexandriaNews.org coverage of a special tree planting at Gettysburg College to honor the 1971 Titans.