Attention Teachers, TAs, OAs, and Athletic Coaches: Would you like to help our student athletes while earning extra income? Transportation Services is in need of Substitute School Bus Drivers for athletic trips during the week and weekends. We also have driving work available over the summer. Apply now »
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Looking for the latest learning tool or seeking a new instructional strategy for your class? Take a few minutes to check out the Learning Tech Team’s new site! Available resources include a collection of teaching strategies, instructional practices, and transformative classroom examples that you can use to reimagine what learning can be in Albemarle County Public Schools. Continue reading
Attention Special Education Teachers & Assistants: This summer, the Albemarle County Department of Special Education will host the Intervention Institute 2018 at Western Albemarle High School with events scheduled between July 30 and August 9.
The Edgar and Eleanor Shannon Foundation for Excellence in Public Education wants to help teachers and schools implement their best ideas. Two levels of proposals are invited for the 2018-19 school year:
- Level 1 grants, not to exceed $750, will be awarded to classroom teachers, individually or in teams, for projects that support original and innovative student activities.
- Level 2 grants, not to exceed $5,000, may be awarded to schools for creative projects that enhance student learning across age and grade levels.
New this year: Completed applications may be submitted electronically as a PDF document to email@example.com by Friday, April 20, 2018. Continue reading
“What I realized in Finland, with the help of a flustered fifth grader, is that once I started to see a break as a strategy to maximize learning, I stopped feeling guilty about shortening classroom instruction.” Keep reading in MindShift »
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Registration is now open for the Virginia Cooperative Extension’s 2018 Drinking Water Clinic. Space is limited, so register early!
Affordable water testing and information about water quality and well and spring care maintenance will be offered for homeowners through the Virginia Cooperative Extension office in Albemarle County and Charlottesville City in May 2018. Continue reading
Saturday, March 17, 2018 | 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. | PVCC Main Building
PREP Parent Resource Center’s Life after High School Transition & Resource Fair is a FREE event for middle and high school students with disabilities or special needs and their parents and educators. Join us at Piedmont Virginia Community College (501 College Drive, Charlottesville) on Saturday, March 17, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., for presentations, a resource fair, food, door prizes, and more! View the event flyer »
Registration is appreciated. For more information or to register, please contact Deborah Anama at the PREP Parent Resource Center: 434-975-9400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thinking About Retiring Soon?
VRS (The Virginia Retirement System) recommends that applicants send in your paperwork at least 60 days ahead of your intended retirement date in order to avoid delays in getting your first retirement benefit payment. If you’re a School Division employee and planning to retire at the end of the school year, please contact John McQuilkin (email@example.com) in Human Resources ASAP (if you haven’t already) for guidance. Continue reading
An announcement from Writing Our Future: American Creed:
Our youth publishing website that accompanies the PBS documentary American Creed, is now live. Teachers, librarians, and youth mentors are invited to engage young people as they work towards responding to the film through writing, media, or art using any of the five invitations created by educators. Adults at schools and learning centers can create accounts for youth to publish their work to a national, or even international, audience. Continue reading
Suppose one of your students has been coming to school late and her grades are starting to slip. You call home to discuss with the parent, but it is clear that the woman who answers the phone speaks a language other than English. You hang up and wonder how you can best engage with your student’s family. Then you remember that Albemarle County Public Schools has a number of protocols and resources in place to help bridge the school-to-home gap! Continue reading