Attention all employees! Calendar development for the 2023-24 school year is underway! At this time, the ACPS Calendar Committee, which is composed of teachers, parents/guardians, and school and central office administrators, invites you to provide feedback on two draft calendars for next school year. In creating these drafts, the committee considered past feedback from students, employees, families, and community members, and prioritized the following goals: Continue reading
To all who participated in Making Connections this year: Thank you! As Superintendent Haas highlighted in his November 11 Weekly Check-in, we had a successful day of learning together at both Albemarle and Monticello high schools. Special thanks to all of our wonderful and talented staff who volunteered their time and efforts to present and share throughout the day. Without you, Making Connections 2022 would not have been possible! Please continue reading to watch a video of our day together, access materials from Making Connections presentations, and provide your feedback about the event. Continue reading
As a reminder, please take a few moments to share your feedback on our division-wide convocation that took place last Tuesday, August 16. We look forward to hearing what you have to say, and we will use your input to help us plan next year’s event. Thank you in advance for responding by Friday, August 26.
Many thanks to everyone for your participation and enthusiasm at our division-wide convocation on Tuesday, August 16! It was wonderful to see familiar faces and greet newcomers at Ting Pavilion! As promised, we’re now inviting you to share your feedback on this event: Click here to take our feedback survey by August 26.
We look forward to hearing what you have to say, and we will use your input to help us plan next year’s event. Thank you in advance for responding by Friday, August 26.
As we previously announced, the ACPS Department of Human Resources has partnered with Gallup, a global analytics and advice firm, to help us better understand and measure our employee engagement. On Monday, April 25, all non-temporary employees received an email directly from Gallup containing a unique link to participate in Gallup’s Q12 Employee Engagement Survey. Today, May 9, is the last day to participate in the survey.
The ACPS Department of Human Resources is excited to announce that we have partnered with Gallup, a global analytics and advice firm, to help us better understand and measure our employee engagement. On Monday, April 25, all non-temporary employees will receive an email directly from Gallup containing a unique link to participate in Gallup’s Q12 Employee Engagement Survey. We ask all employees to complete the survey by Monday, May 9. All responses will be anonymous. Continue reading
The Speak Up Survey is a district and national research initiative designed to amplify the voices and perspectives of students, families and teachers about technology and learning. Input from you and your students will impact how ACPS uses technology to support schools. In the past, we have received thousands of responses across the district, and this year, we’re aiming for 100% participation from students, families, teachers and administrators. Your feedback will be used to inform important U.S. national and state discussions on digital learning policies, programs and funding through Project Tomorrow’s release of national data findings each spring.
Taking the 10-20 minute survey is easy: Continue reading
Thank you to all those who participated in last year’s Speak Up Survey. Each year, the Speak Up Survey provides vital feedback on a local and national scale about technology in our schools. The Department of Technology has put together the following highlights from the 2020-21 survey results. Continue reading