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Governor Announces Collaborative Effort To Transform Virginia Community College System

November 27, 2018

Governor Ralph Northam today announced a collaborative effort to transform workforce programs offered through the Virginia Community College System. The governor allocates $5 million investment of federal workforce funds to redesign career pathways to place skills training at forefront.

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T.C. Williams High School English Department Book Fair

November 27, 2018

Save Dec. 9 on your calendar for the book fair sponsored by the T.C. Williams English department at Hooray for Books!, 1555 King Street. 

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A Gift For Your Recipe Box: Titan Thanksgiving Taters

November 19, 2018

T.C. Garden Club and Culinary Arts students teamed up to bring a farm-to-table experience to students this Thanksgiving. The Garden Club grew sweet potatoes in the Discovery Garden, an organic vegetable garden in Chinquapin Park.

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ACPS On Two-Hour Delay

November 16, 2018

WEATHER ALERT: For Friday, Nov. 16, all Alexandria City Public Schools and offices are opening two hours late.

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Virginia Announces New Educational Pathways For Early Childhood Teachers

November 15, 2018

Governor Ralph Northam today announced that for the first time in the Commonwealth, early childhood educators will have access to a seamless pathway for earning marketable credentials in early childhood education. The streamlined pathway connects credentials, associate’s degrees and baccalaureate programs.

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SSSAS Middle School Director Announced

November 15, 2018

St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School announced the appointment of Quincey Grieve as their next Middle School Director. Grieve, an outstanding and experienced educator, has been serving this year as the Interim Director of the Middle School.

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Virginia Tech Innovation Campus In Alexandria Helps Attract Amazon to Washington, DC Region

November 13, 2018

Virginia Tech is making a historic commitment to build a revolutionary 1 million-square-foot, technology-focused campus in Alexandria – a $1 billion project that is part of a comprehensive higher-education package that was cited as a key reason Amazon selected Northern Virginia for a new headquarters site. Virginia Tech’s new campus will be located in the Oakville Triangle area on U.S. Route 1 in Alexandria.

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Scholarship Fund Of Alexandria Commits Additional $120,000 To College Scholarships For T.C. Titans

November 13, 2018

The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria Board of Trustees has voted to create ten brand new scholarships totaling $120,000 over four years to help students in Alexandria City Public Schools afford college.  

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Educational Vision For The Future High School Presented To The School Board

November 13, 2018

This week, the project team from The High School Project: Inspiring a Future for Alexandria presented to the Alexandria City School Board their recommendation for an educational vision based on findings from community, staff and student listening sessions over the past four months.

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VOICES: Creating Leaders Through Military Discipline

November 13, 2018

Cadet Hannah Yee says the T.C. Williams’ Army Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps program has provided her with a solid foundation, turning her from a misguided kid a few years ago into a leader.

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