Dr. Haas visits CATEC for their signing events and shares some exciting media stories about the school division.
I’ve started a blog here so that I can reach out directly to our wonderful and diverse community about the things that seem most relevant in our mission as educators at ACPS of establishing a community of learners and learning, through relationships, relevance and rigor, one student at a time. While this mission might seem to be directed primarily to the “traditional” student, I think of myself as a lifelong student and I hope that other members of our community do as well.
In that spirit, I hope that this blog will serve as an opportunity to briefly share tidbits of what I learn as I engage with colleagues, students and the many other remarkable people I encounter in Albemarle County and beyond. And I want to learn from you! If you read something that piques your interest or that provokes questions, contact me. I believe that having these types of exchanges is how great organizations—and people—are made.
Dr. Haas recognizes our wonderful teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week and for the annual Golden Apple awards. He describes a visit to Post High and to see some of the fantastic ACPS Child Nutrition staff members.
The superintendent talks about the importance of recognizing our wonderful ACPS employees and describes a recent visit to Walton MS.
The superintendent spends some time hanging out with the students and faculty at Woodbrook ES.
Dr. Haas shares a bit about relationships based, in part, on a visit to Lakeside, and shares some special ACPS media appearances.
Dr. Haas tells of a recent visit to Jouett Middle School and also shares some links to media related to the wonderful things going on in the division.
Dr. Haas describes a wonderful visit to Mountain View Elementary and lists some of the great stories about ACPS that local media has covered.
Dr. Haas talks about a visit to Brownsville Elementary, some great things going on at ACPS, and annual budget development.
Dr. Haas shares about his experience at Crozet Elementary's topping out ceremony, PLCs in the school division, and some special things going on in the division, including a local author and historian's Black History Month work in the division.
Dr. Haas describes a recent visit to AHS and shares some media stories and observances that are coming up soon.
Dr. Haas visits the IB programme, shares the current ACPS student portrait, and shares about a music rehearsal.
Dr. Haas shares a visit to Baker-Butler ES, updates on school division news, and gives some details about efforts in high school redesign.
Dr. Haas talks about a visit to Scottsville ES and sends wishes for winter break.
Dr. Haas describes his visit this week to Red Hill Elementary School.
Dr. Haas celebrates the departure of Jim Foley, ACPS Director of Transportation, and some other exciting events at ACPS.