National Hispanic Heritage Month is observed from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 to celebrate the culture of Americans whose ancestors came from the Caribbean and Central and South America, Mexico and Spain.
September recognitions within ACPS highlight the hard work of our students and staff as they are honored for their achievements and community service.
The anticipation of a new school year can be seen in the excitement of the first day of school! As Superintendent Dr. Melanie Kay-Wyatt visited every school in the division this week, she is sharing her focus on one team, one journey.
We take active steps to ensure all stakeholders feel welcomed in schools. We embrace everyone who comes through our doors and respect our differences.
We actively work to remove barriers to educational access.
We inspire each student and staff member to thrive to their best abilities.
We take initiative to solve problems in the classroom and across the system.
We set ambitious goals to learn, grow and achieve at high levels.