The Alexandria City School Board last night invited members of the public to speak to them about Superintendent Alvin Crawley’s proposed ten-year Capital Improvement budget. The Board will adopt a CIP budget on Dec. 15, which they will then send to City Council.
Students with the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities’ Youth Leadership Forum and the Virginia Department of Education’s I’m Determined Project have published “A Guide to Planning an Inclusion Project” to help school communities raise awareness about disabilities and the importance of building inclusive school communities.
Marymount University has once again been chosen as a Top School in Military Advanced Education’s “2017 MAE Guide to Colleges & Universities,” an honor awarded to institutions with the best practices in military- and veteran-supportive education.
With the basketball season at T. C. Williams High School starting in about ten days, controversy continues over dismissal of the boys’ head coach. Bryan Hill was relieved of his coaching duties on Oct. 31, just one week before tryouts.
Bret Dunlap, a social studies teacher at the Northern Virginia Juvenile Detention Center in Alexandria, has been awarded a James Madison Fellowship by the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation. A total of 53 fellowships were awarded in 2016, the 25th year of the fellowship competition.