Beginning tomorrow, March 1, you will notice a new look and feel to the ACPS single sign-on (SSO) page. The updated page will allow us to use this service with additional systems and increased security. You should not experience any access issues due to this change.
Current SSO Page
New SSO Page
Questions? Please reach out to the ACPS Service Desk during normal business hours at 434-975-9444.
The following message will be shared with our full school community at 1:30 this afternoon:
Dear Families, Students & Staff:
Beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, March 1, students no longer will be required to wear masks on school property, including on school buses. These changes are required by the new state law, Senate Bill 739, which was signed by Governor Glenn Youngkin on February 16. Continue reading →
Interested in building a supportive and productive classroom community? Want to learn how social and emotional learning support student engagement and academic achievement?
Responsive Classroom and Developmental Designs are two pillars of our commitment to meeting the social-emotional learning needs of our students. We are excited to offer both of these summer professional learning opportunities in person this summer! Continue reading →
The Albemarle County School Board approved the official calendar for the 2022-23 school year at their meeting on January 13, 2022. The approved calendar is available to view and print in English and Spanish on our division-level Calendars page. Under this calendar, the 2022-23 school year will open for students on Wednesday, August 24, 2022. Continue reading →
The 8th annual WinterSongs benefit concert, which raises money for the Shelter for Help in Emergency, will be performed via livestream this Saturday, February 26, beginning at 1 p.m. Joining the Burley Bearettes Treble Chorus this Saturday will be vocalists from Albemarle High School’s Advanced Women’s Ensemble; Monticello High School’s Women’s Chorus, No Fella A Capella; and The Knightengales from Charlottesville High School. Due to COVID-19 health concerns, the concert will be performed live from Monticello High School and broadcast to the public via livestream. Continue reading →
As you may recall, in alignment with the school division’s Anti-Racism Policy, Superintendent Haas and the Albemarle County School Board asked all employees to complete the ACPS Anti-Racism Policy Orientation. The orientation takes approximately 45 minutes to complete and includes a verification form at the end that will confirm the completion of all activities. During the fall, we reached an 89% completion rate. With your support, we are hoping to reach 100% by Friday, April 1, 2022. Continue reading →
Please join us in celebrating Digital Learning Day (DLDay) on February 22, 2022. The Department of Technology’s Learning Technology Team developed a series of Tech Tidbits (short videos) that focus on common learning tools that are available throughout ACPS.
Are you interested in learning more about Digital Learning Day? Check out these resources: Continue reading →
Attention pre-K through first-grade teachers: Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts is offering you an opportunity to participate in a virtual 5-session classroom residency. Wolf Trap classroom residencies are creative partnerships between “Teaching Artists” (musicians, dancers, actors and puppeteers) and early childhood educators as they collaborate in using the performing arts to engage children, enrich their learning, and reinforce curriculum. Continue reading →
We are reaching out to all of Albemarle County’s employees, both local government and school division staff, with a very important message regarding health insurance costs and coverage. Continue reading →
Wednesday, February 16, 2022 | 5 to 5:30 p.m. | Zoom
James Madison University’s Master of Education (M.Ed.) program with a concentration in Literacy Education is intended for experienced classroom teachers who want to prepare to become literacy leaders or reading specialists.
Interested in learning more? JMU is hosting an virtual interest meeting on Wednesday, February 16, from 5 to 5:30 p.m.Continue reading →