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WinterSongs Benefit Concert to Raise Money for Victims of Domestic Violence Is Saturday, February 24; 11 Women’s Choral Groups Will Perform

Wintersongs

The fourth annual Wintersongs concert, featuring women’s choirs from 11 Central Virginian schools will be held this year on Saturday, February 24 at Monticello High School. The concert, which raises money for the Shelter for Help in Emergency, begins at 5 p.m.

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Albemarle County Public Schools’ 2018 Spelling Bee Champion Will Make Her Third Trip to Regional Bee in Three Years

Layla To Regional Bee

– It took 19 rounds and a word first known to be used in 1571 for Layla Bouber, a Henley Middle school sixth-grader, to win the Albemarle County Public Schools’ 2018 Spelling Bee last evening. This will be the third time in three years that Layla will represent the school division in the Central Virginia Regional Spelling Bee, which will be held on Saturday, March 3, at Albemarle High School.

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Attracting and Retaining High-Quality Teachers and Increasing Career and Workforce Readiness for Students Are Among the Community’s Top Budget Priorities

Attracting Quality Teachers

Support for competitive salaries to attract and retain high-quality teachers was the top-ranked item on Albemarle County Public Schools’ 2018-19 Budget Survey. A total of 2,247 students, parents, employees, and community members responded to the online survey, which is considered by Superintendent Dr. Pamela Moran in the formulation of the funding request she submits to the School Board.

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Albemarle County School Board Approves Transportation Service That Will Expand Opportunities for High School Students to Attend an Academy Program

ACPS Academy Transportation

At its meeting last evening, the Albemarle County School Board approved a pilot transportation plan that will expand opportunities for high school students in all areas of the county to attend the school division’s STEM academies. While students have always been able to apply to attend any of the division’s three academies, students were required to provide their own transportation if they attended a program that was not located at their base high school..

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Dr. Pamela Moran Receives International Society’s 2018 Award for Leadership in Enhancing the 21st Century Classroom

Dr. Moran Award

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), an organization of more than 16,500 educational leaders from 126 different countries, has selected Dr. Pamela R. Moran as one of two Virginia recipients of its prestigious Making IT Happen achievement award for 2018.

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Pilot Program to Increase School Bus Safety Reduces Illegal Passing of School Buses by Motorists by More Than 50 Percent

School Bus Pilot

A pilot program designed to improve safety conditions for children who enter or exit school buses has reduced the number of dangerous incidents on Albemarle County roads by more than 50 percent. The program involved the installation of extended stop arms that are three times as long as the stop arms currently in use on school buses throughout the Commonwealth.

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ACPS Seeking Volunteers to Serve on Long-Range Planning Advisory Committee

The Albemarle County School Board is seeking applicants for seats on the Long-Range Planning Advisory Committee. This committee is responsible for developing capital improvement program recommendations for the Superintendent and School Board. Applications are being accepted to represent the Jack Jouett, Rio, Rivanna, Samuel Miller, and Scottsville magisterial districts and for an At-Large position. The deadline for applications is Friday, December 1.

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State Transportation Department’s "Keep Virginia Moving" Campaign Will Be a Work of Art for Local Students This Winter

Keep Virginia Moving

An unusual art project will find its way along neighborhood streets this winter at the sign of the first snowfall. That’s when six snow plows from the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will take to local roads adorned with the imaginative talents of Albemarle County Public Schools art students.

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Dr. Pamela Moran Will Retire June 30, 2018, Dr. Matthew S. Haas Appointed as Successor

Pam Moran and Matt Haas

The Albemarle County School Board this evening appointed Dr. Matthew S. Haas as the school division’s 20th Superintendent, succeeding Dr. Pamela R. Moran, who announced her retirement today. Dr. Moran will retire on June 30, 2018, and Dr. Haas’ appointment takes effect the next day, July 1.

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Albemarle County Public Schools’ Ira Socol Selected by Center for Digital Education as One of the Nation’s Top Tech Trailblazers

Ira Socol

The Center for Digital Education, a national organization whose mission is to “nurture a community of thought leaders who are rethinking education with technology as the catalyst,” has named Ira Socol as one of its 30 top technologists, transformers and trailblazers.

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16 Programs at Nine Albemarle County Public Schools Receive Shannon Grants

Shannon Grants

A new restaurant will be making its debut next spring in a rather unusual form—a traveling school bus. The Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center (CATEC) has received a $5,000 grant from the Shannon Foundation to begin work on the project, which will bring together students from across the school. It is believed to be the first program of its kind in the nation. In addition to CATEC, the Shannon Foundation awarded $8,137 to eight Albemarle County public schools in support of 15 programs.

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Albemarle County Public Schools One of Nine School Divisions in Nation to Earn Top Environmental Award From U.S. Department of Education

Green Ribbon

Albemarle County Public Schools has earned the federal government’s premier environmental impact designation in the field of education. Only nine school divisions across the country received the Green Ribbon Schools District Sustainability Award, conferred by the U.S. Department of Education earlier this month. There are more than 13,000 school divisions in the United States.

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School Board Work Session This Thursday Moved to Western Albemarle High SchoolNew
WinterSongs Benefit Concert to Raise Money for Victims of Domestic Violence Is Saturday, February 24New
Nominations Now Open for Inaugural Class of Western Albemarle High School’s Fine Arts Hall of Fame
ACPS Now Hiring School Bus Drivers - Job Fair on Feb. 24
ACPS 2018 Spelling Bee Champion Will Make Her Third Trip to Regional Bee in Three Years
ArtFest in the West, Raising Funds for Arts Programming in Western Albemarle Schools, Will Be on March 2
Dean Tistadt to Retire as Chief Operating Officer on June 30
ACPS Will Livestream “Competition of (Spelling Bee) Champions” on Monday Evening, Feb. 5
Career Readiness and Career Options Are on the Menu When CATEC Opens Its Doors to the Community on Tuesday Evening, Feb. 6
Public Hearing on the School Division’s 2018-19 Budget Will Be Held Jan. 30; Meeting Will Be Livestreamed
 

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