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Save the Date: Graduation Date Announced

From Alexandria City Public Schools:

Save the date: The T.C. Williams High School Class of 2012 will graduate at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 16. The event will take place at the school’s Gerry Bertier Gymnasium.

Alexandria City School Board to Hold Public Hearing on December 15

From Alexandria City Public Schools:

The Alexandria City School Board will hold a public hearing, as previously scheduled, on the PreK-8 Educational Specifications Plan at its meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 15, at 2000 N. Beauregard St. The agenda will be made available at http://www.acps.k12.va.us/board/meetings/2011-2012/ . For more information, please contact the Clerk of the Board at 703-824-6614 or boardclerk@acps.k12.va.us.

School Calendar Revised

 

From Alexandria City Public Schools:

The Alexandria City School Board has unanimously approved the Superintendent's recommendation to revise the school calendar to include more time for professional learning. The dates listed below will now be a full day of professional learning for teachers and schools will be closed for students on these days:

Airport Holiday Music Performances Scheduled

From MWAA:

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is hosting local students and professional groups for our annual holiday concert series at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport.

 

Reagan National Airport

 

Tuesday, December 13, 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Groveton Elementary School Choir, Alexandria, VA

Terminal C across from Cosi

 

Alexandria Students Receive High Accolades for Arts

From Burgundy Farm Country Day School:

Alexandria and McLean Residents Awarded Full-Tuition University of Phoenix Scholarship

From the University of Phoenix:

University of Phoenix, the largest private University in North America, today announced the six nationwide recipients of its “Forever a Phoenix” scholarship.  Two of the six scholarships were awarded to local residents Timothy Steele of McLean and Traci Robinson-Williams of Alexandria. Steele and Robinson-Williams each hold a bachelor’s degree from University of Phoenix, and will use the scholarship to pursue master’s degrees. 

“It’s always rewarding to see students taking additional steps to advance their educations,” said Erik Greenberg, campus director, University of Phoenix Northern Virginia. “Timothy and Traci are true ambassadors of our values at University of Phoenix, so it’s an honor and a pleasure to award them these scholarships to continue to pursue their educational and career goals with the University.”

Alexandria and McLean Residents Awarded Full-Tuition University of Phoenix Scholarship

From the University of Phoenix:

University of Phoenix, the largest private University in North America, today announced the six nationwide recipients of its “Forever a Phoenix” scholarship.  Two of the six scholarships were awarded to local residents Timothy Steele of McLean and Traci Robinson-Williams of Alexandria. Steele and Robinson-Williams each hold a bachelor’s degree from University of Phoenix, and will use the scholarship to pursue master’s degrees. 

“It’s always rewarding to see students taking additional steps to advance their educations,” said Erik Greenberg, campus director, University of Phoenix Northern Virginia. “Timothy and Traci are true ambassadors of our values at University of Phoenix, so it’s an honor and a pleasure to award them these scholarships to continue to pursue their educational and career goals with the University.”