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Filling in the Blanks with Melanie Kay-Wyatt, Ed.D: Invest in education,...

There is no greater investment we can make than in the education of our children. With that in mind, as we usher in a...

Historic Alexandria to celebrate MLK Day

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] On Jan. 16, the Office of Historic Alexandria will offer various opportunities to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. throughout the...

Community input sought on superintendent

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] The Alexandria School Board is requesting feedback from community members as it continues the search for a new permanent superintendent. An...

Our View: Let’s talk

There has seldom been a greater disconnect between two items in a single issue of the Alexandria Times than between this week’s page 1...

Student to dispatch: ‘There’s a big-ass fight here’

By Denise Dunbar | [email protected] A fight at the Minnie Howard campus of Alexandria City High School on Monday resulted in three students being arrested...

School Board talks new FACE program

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] With the recent ribbon-cutting event celebrating the opening of Alexandria City Public Schools’ Family and Community Engagement Center, the Alexandria...

About Alexandria with Mark Eaton: 2022’s Hits and Misses

By Mark Eaton “About Alexandria” was one year old as of last month. Education experts say there is no improvement without assessment, so it is...

FACE Center ribbon cutting upcoming

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] Alexandria City Public Schools will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov. 29 to celebrate the opening of its Family and...

Author meets with ACPS students

By Kassidy McDonald │[email protected] Students in grades three to five at Ferdinand T. Day gathered for an author visit which took place on Tuesday morning. Dr. Deborah...

My View: Filling in the blanks

By Melanie Kay-Wyatt, ED.D.  Educating Alexandria’s students is a shared responsibility of families and schools. But there is no doubt that when families are involved...