As a reminder, Summer Phase 2 begins on Monday, July 6. During this phase, our 12-month employees who have been teleworking will begin to transition back to their workspaces. The expectation is that all staff will be working back on site by July 20 (15 work days prior to the return of the teaching staff). Please contact your supervisor to discuss what your balance of in person vs. telecommuting work will be as you transition back to the office. This will vary by position.
As you physically return, all employees should follow the Phase 2 guidelines for returning to work, including: Continue reading
Throughout the summer, just like during the school year, all “regular” employees are paid at the end of each month, regardless of the type of work performed. (Any ACPS employee who uses Kronos is a “regular” employee.)
Payment for extra work will be deposited separately from the July and August direct deposits for your regular monthly salary. Continue reading
This is the first notice of a planned upgrade to Albemarle County’s time and attendance system to Kronos version 8.1.6 on the evening of July 9, 2020. Changes affecting end users are described below. Continue reading
Contracts were distributed to licensed teachers and administrators via ACPS email addresses on June 12. If you have not already returned your contract, please do so at this time. Signed contracts are due Friday, June 26. Continue reading
Dear School Employees:
As a long time employee of Albemarle County, I am absolutely honored and excited to be a part of this group and to make this announcement. This is a message I never thought I would get to write.
You may have heard: We have been working on putting together an LGBTQIA+ Affinity Group for Albemarle County Local Government and Schools. We have completed the chartering process with the Office of Equity and Inclusion and are excited to extend an invitation to interested members to connect. Continue reading
In case you missed it …
The school division has published a news release addressing two topics covered at this afternoon’s special COVID-19 meeting of the School Board—calendar options for the 2020-21 school year and guidance presented by the Return to School Task Force: Continue reading
It’s an honor to report that our School Board, in their meeting this afternoon, approved the addition of Juneteenth to our annual holiday schedule.
Juneteenth is a national celebration of a General Order that took effect in 1865 in Texas. This order mandated equality between slaves and slaveowners in the last slave-holding state in the union. Since then, Juneteenth has been celebrated as the end of the government sanction of slavery. Continue reading
As our planning for the coming school year begins to come into better focus, one option we are considering is delaying the start of the new school year until early September.
Our School Board initially approved a 2020-21 calendar in January with Wednesday, August 19, as the first day of school for students. Based largely on feedback from instructional staff that, under current conditions, extra time for planning and preparation would be beneficial, we drafted two additional calendar options for the coming school year. Continue reading