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Mount Vernon Community School, Summer Language Academy Closed Tuesday, July 18

July 17, 2017

The Summer Language Academy at Mount Vernon Community School is closed on Tuesday, July 18, due to ongoing cooling issues in the building. An update will be provided on Tuesday concerning the status of the repairs.

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T.C. Williams Students Represent ACPS At National AVID Gathering

July 17, 2017

Four T.C. Williams High School Advancement Via Individual Determination students have been chosen to be AVID student leaders at the annual AVID Summer Institute being held in Philadelphia, Pa. this week.

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Virginia Partners With SANS Institute To Offer Cyber Challenge For Students

July 14, 2017

Governor McAuliffe today announced a new cyber security training partnership between the Commonwealth and the SANS Institute. CyberStart, a free online game of discovery, provides Virginia high school juniors, seniors, community college and college students interested in a cybersecurity career, with a tool to learn basic cyber security skills and test their cyber aptitude.

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Herring Joins Coalition Of State AGs In Calling On U.S. Department Of Education To Uphold Student Protections

July 13, 2017

Attorney General Mark Herring and 20 other state attorneys general have submitted public comments to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, calling a move by the U.S. Department of Education to gut existing student protections a "waste of resources and a betrayal of students."

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Alexandria School Board Appoints Lois Berlin Interim Superintendent

July 12, 2017

The Alexandria City School Board has appointed Dr. Lois F. Berlin as interim superintendent for Alexandria City Public Schools while it conducts a nationwide search for a permanent superintendent. Dr. Berlin will officially begin in her role as interim superintendent on July 31.

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Virginia Again Earns Top Special Education Rating

July 12, 2017

For a fifth consecutive year, the U.S. Department of Education has awarded Virginia its highest rating for improving outcomes for students with disabilities and for compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.

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McAuliffe Announces 2,173 Credentials Awarded Through New Economy Workforce Credentials Grant Program

July 11, 2017

Governor Terry McAuliffe yesterday announced that Virginia’s Community Colleges – through the New Economy Workforce Credentials Grant program – provided workforce training that enabled 2,173 Virginians to secure industry-recognized credentials, licenses, and certifications needed for high-demand careers, in the first year of the grant program.

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Celebrating Student Art With New Installation In School Board Meeting Room

July 10, 2017

Young artists from all 16 schools in ACPS were honored at an art showcase reception and celebration last month. Students were recognized for having their artwork selected to be displayed as part of the art installation that will be on display in the School Board meeting room at Central Office throughout the coming year.

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Advanced Placement (AP) Boot Camp Gives First Time AP Students A Boost

July 10, 2017

ACPS is pleased to launch a new Summer Advanced Placement Boot Camp designed to provide support and resources to T.C. Williams students who are taking an AP course for the first time.

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Training Tomorrow’s Teachers At T.C. Williams

July 10, 2017

Did you know that T.C. Williams High School launched a teacher cadet program, Teachers for Tomorrow, during the 2016-17 school year? The program is part of the Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow initiative, which seeks to identify, train and nurture high school students interested in a teaching career.

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