At their recent meeting on May 14, the Albemarle County School Board unanimously approved the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 School Division Budget, A Community Comes Together. The balanced budget of $193.7 million is a 0.9% decrease from the current year’s adopted budget and is aligned with the following budget priorities: Continue reading
Dear Members of Our Learning Community:
Earlier this week, the County Executive shared with the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors a projection on the possible local economic impact from the COVID-19 restrictions currently in place to protect public health.
It is likely at this point that the current national economic slowdown will have a significant and negative impact on federal, state and local tax revenues. Continue reading
ACPS invites you, along with students, parents, and community members, to participate in our Community Satisfaction Survey by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, December 20. Your feedback will provide the school division with valuable operational information that we will use as part of our commitment to continuous improvement. Your responses also will inform the development of our 2020-21 budget and our long-range planning decisions. Continue reading
Friendly reminder: Superintendent Matthew Haas will host a “Budget Q&A” for employees this afternoon, March 7, from 4:15 to 5:15. You can join this live broadcast from any device with an internet connection. Following a brief presentation on the 2019-20 funding request, Dr. Haas will respond to your real-time questions. Click here to join the meeting.
Attention all ACPS employees: You’re invited! Superintendent Matthew Haas will host a “Budget Q&A” via video webinar on Thursday, March 7, from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. You can join this live broadcast from your computer, mobile phone, or any device with an internet connection.
Dr. Haas will present a brief presentation on the 2019-20 funding request and then respond to your real-time questions. On March 7, beginning at 4:15 p.m., you may click here to join the meeting.
In case you missed it … Albemarle County Public Schools has launched two surveys for community feedback—one to inform the Superintendent’s 2019-20 funding request, and the other on an initial draft of the 2019-20 school year calendar. Both surveys will remain open through Friday, November 16. Continue reading