The three virtual town halls hosted by members of the School Board are now available to watch on YouTube. More than 1,000 parents, students and employees joined Board members to discuss their concerns and suggestions about the reopening of schools on September 8: Continue reading
The 2020 Golden Apple Awards, sponsored by Better Living Building Supply and Cabinetry, were presented through a virtual ceremony yesterday, May 21. The awards honored 44 teachers from public and private schools in Albemarle County and Charlottesville City for excellence in teaching and active community involvement. Congratulations to all of the recipients!
Are you interested in being immersed in a different culture for two weeks? Are you interested in improving your Spanish-speaking skills? Would you like to have a deeper empathy for what our English Learners experience on a daily basis? Then this trip is for you!
ACPS teachers and administrators with ANY level of Spanish proficiency are invited to partake in a two-week authentic language and cultural experience with Centro Panamericano de Idiomas (CPI), June 16-29, 2019, in Costa Rica. View a detailed itinerary »
Learn more by attending an informational session on Tuesday, October 2, at 4:30 p.m. We’ll meet in the ESOL Office located on the 3rd floor of the Northside Library at 705 Rio Road West. Continue reading
Elementary school teachers in Virginia and across the United States are now able to access a new, free online tool, designed by and for teachers, to find highly targeted instructional math resources to support their kindergarten through fifth grade classrooms. Find out more about Teacher Advisor With Watson »
On Monday, May 15, 2017, the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors conducted a public hearing on the Calendar Year 17 Tax Rate. Formal approval of the tax rate and adoption of the FY 18 budget followed that public hearing.
The adopted Fiscal Year 2018 combined capital and operating budget totals $397,897,173 and is balanced with a tax rate of $0.839 per $100 of assessed value. Continue reading
The Professional Learning Community (PLC) model is intended to use student information—formative and summative assessments—to analyze and figure out with peers what support is needed by individual students to address learning gaps before they grow too large. This Edutopia video captures a PLC’s focus on analysis of student work samples and peer feedback. While it’s an elementary PLC, the model applies to all levels.