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New Session Starts Soon At Northern Virginia Community College

February 14, 2017

Registration is taking place now for an eight-week session that begins March 13 at Northern Virginia Community College. Courses in the eight-week session cover the same material and award the same credits as semester-long classes.

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Historically Black Colleges And Universities Festival On February 18

February 13, 2017

Alfred Street Baptist Church is holding its 15th annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Festival at T. C. Williams High School (3330 King Street) on Saturday, Feb. 18. Doors open at 9:00 a.m. Participants must register to attend.

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Four Reflections Winners Move On To Compete at State Level

February 13, 2017

Four ACPS students have placed first in the Northern Virginia District level of the PTA Reflections Art contest, and will now go on to compete at the state level.

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ACPS Sees Success In Meeting Targets For First Year Of ACPS 2020

February 10, 2017

ACPS Press Release

ACPS met, improved upon or remained consistent across 93% of all key performance indicators in the first year of reporting of the ACPS 2020 Strategic Plan and its six goal areas.

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NOVA President Appoints Dean Of Allied Health As Acting Provost For College’s Medical Education Campus

February 10, 2017

Northern Virginia Community College President Scott Ralls named NOVA’s Allied Health Dean Andrew B. Cornell, Sr., as acting provost for the Medical Education Campus following the announcement that Provost Anne Loochtan will be leaving the college in early March.

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SSSAS Announces New Lower School Director

February 7, 2017

St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School today announced the appointment of Jalene Spain Thomas as their next Lower School Director, beginning on July 1, 2017. An outstanding educator, Spain Thomas has served as an administrator and faculty member at Beauvoir, the National Cathedral Elementary School, since 2001.

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Alexandria Symphony’s Sympatico Students Compose New Work

February 7, 2017

Music-making with Sympatico is a daily affair at John Adams Elementary School, but during the week of February 20, students will take their music-making to a whole new level in a week-long intensive workshop.

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Community Engagement Process Begins Around T. C. Williams Stadium Modernization

February 6, 2017

The community engagement process around the modernization of the Parker-Gray Memorial Stadium at T. C. Williams High School begins next week with a city-wide community meeting on Monday, Feb. 13 at 6:30 p.m. at T. C. Williams.

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Alexandria All City High School Art Exhibit

February 3, 2017

For the second year in a row, the Convergence Arts Initiative will present the Alexandria City High School Art Exhibit, a collaborative event which highlights the artwork of students from Bishop Ireton, Episcopal High School, T. C. Williams, and St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School. The exhibit runs Feb. 3 - March 4, with the artist reception on Feb. 11.

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Peter Williams Memorial Scholarship Applications Due February 28

February 2, 2017

Applications for the Peter Williams Memorial Scholarship are being accepted until Feb. 28, 2017. Created by local business organization Old Town Alexandria Connections, the Peter Williams Memorial Scholarship was established to honor the memory and contributions of Peter Williams and further his legacy of responsible business practices and service to others.

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