Time and Attendance System Implementation Update

Time and Attendance Management

As you are aware, our intent was to begin the rollout of the new time and attendance system in March. As we have worked toward that goal, it has become evident that we need more time to allow for sufficient system testing, training, and communication. As such, we have decided to delay the implementation.

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VEA Recruiting and Retaining Teachers of Color Conference: Feb. 15-16

VEA Recruiting and Retaining Teachers of Color Conference

Virginia ​Education ​Association (VEA) ​is ​pleased ​to ​announce ​the ​Recruiting ​and ​Retaining ​Teachers ​of ​Color ​Conference, ​February ​15-16, ​2019, in Norfolk. ​Come ​to ​engage ​in ​discussions ​leading ​to ​greater ​diversity ​in ​hiring ​practices ​across ​the ​school ​divisions ​in ​the ​Commonwealth. Continue reading

VaSCL & VASCD Offering Professional Learning Events in Charlottesville This February

In February, two regional professional development events will be held in Charlottesville: VaSCL’s Engage Every Family: Every Student Learns on Wednesday, February 27, and VASCD’s Whole Child Institute on Thursday, February 28. Both relate to our strategic priorities.

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Speak Up Survey: Participate by Jan. 31

Project Tomorrow Speak Up

ACPS Educators: Each year the Speak Up Survey provides our district with rich data that helps us make important decisions for students. Through this survey, we learn how students use technology, what technologies are important to teachers, how our use of technology aligns with the needs of our families, and more. Continue reading

Weighted Grades: Three Upcoming Feedback Opportunities for High School Teachers – Jan. 9, 10 & 15

Books on Scale

Dear Colleagues:

Two years ago, our School Board adopted an updated view of our high school curricula, expanding beyond our traditional focus on developing content knowledge to include greater emphasis on the acquisition of workplace skills. The latter included such related student interests as career exploration, community engagement, and civic responsibility. The Board’s intent was to better position us to meet our one strategic goal for students—that they graduate with the skills and competencies needed for college and career success. Continue reading