ACPS Superintendent, Mayor Tour Schools Tuesday
Members of the School Board also will join the tour to usher in the more than 13,000 students beginning the 2012-13 school year with ACPS.
Members of the School Board for Alexandria City Public Schools, the school system’s superintendent and Alexandria’s mayor will be touring a handful of schools on Tuesday morning, the first day of school for many families in the area.
ACPS Superintendent Morton Sherman and Mayor Bill Euille and other officials will begin the first day of school at T.C. Williams High School by welcoming the more than 3,000 students there.
Officials also will tour T.C. Williams’ Minnie Howard campus, which houses T.C. Williams’ freshman class of 697 students, as well as Cora Kelly School for Math, Science and Technology, Francis Hammond campus, William Ramsay Elementary School and Patrick Henry Elementary School.
ACPS rings in the new year with, 13,000 students, including 600 new students.
Schools on a non-traditional calendar already started their school year on Aug. 1.