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Remember Sept. 11 At Arlington Memorial Events
Sep 07,2018

Sept. 11 is, for many, a time of remembrance marked by quiet reflection. Some events in and around Arlington aim to give visitors just that opportunity. Here's what you can do in Arlington on Sept. 11. This list

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Negotiating for Expanded Mental Health Services in Arlington - Source Connection news papers
Sep 05,2018

“We are still negotiating, but as a parent, I’ve come to understand Virginia Hospital Center (VHC) does not serve children. They don’t do anything ‘scheduled’ in pediatrics.


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Alexandria Students Begin New School Year - Source Alexandria news
Sep 05,2018

Alexandria City Public Schools are back in session. More than 15,000 students started today at 13 elementary schools, one PreK–8 school, two middle schools and one high school.

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Ferdinand T. Day Elementary School Opens In Alexandria - Source Patch
Sep 05,2018

Alexandria's newest school, Ferdinand T. Day Elementary School, has opened in Alexandria for the first day of school. The school at 1701 North Beauregard Street welcomed its first students on Tuesday.


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SOLs yield steep highs, lows for ACPS
Aug 31,2018

The results from Virginia's Standards of Learning tests released Aug. 22 were a mixed bag for Alexandria City Public Schools, with increases in English writing and science offset by decreases in English reading

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BID-like group rises in Old Town Alexandria
Aug 31,2018

Alexandria economic development leaders last September abandoned their efforts to install a business improvement district in Old Town, citing a lack of active leadership and backing from the private sector.

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Look Inside My Home: A Colorful, Pattern-Filled House in Alexandria - Source Washingtonian
Aug 29,2018

Sara Raak always knew she wanted to live in Washington. As a girl, she remembers being jealous of the kids that got to visit the monuments or Smithsonian museums any time they wanted.

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ACPS Awarded Prestigious Grant For STEM Education And Student Civic Engagement
Aug 29,2018

Alexandria City Public Schools received a grant of nearly $330,000 to help teachers bring real-world, hands-on science and technology learning into their classrooms.




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