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The Teacher Abundance at ACHS

The Teacher Abundance at ACHS

Ermila Mazariegos, Features Editor October 23, 2023

As the new school year begins, students and teachers are more than thrilled to get back into the school groove. Students get to skip class and walk the halls again, teachers get to have one-sided conversations...

Titan Lunch Is Coming Soon. Here’s What Teachers Have to Say About It.

Titan Lunch Is Coming Soon. Here’s What Teachers Have to Say About It.

January 18, 2023
ACHS administration has planned a new schedule for lunch called Titan Lunch. This lunch schedule is different from the current A, B and C block lunch schedule and will go into effect on January 24, the first day of the third quarter. 
Critically Thinking Through CRT

Critically Thinking Through CRT

Yahney-Marie Sangaré, Staff Writer March 23, 2022
Critical Race Theory, frequently shortened to CRT, has been recently transformed into a rallying cry and a political death sentence; in short, it has become scholarly gunfire. In the midst of loaded statements, tumultuous think-pieces, and competing propaganda, Virginian students, parents, and citizens are left dangling between spheres of competitive influence where policy has forbidden an elusive ‘something’ that previously was rarely given name outside of higher education. The slew of misinformation that haunts its rhetoric has not been aided by recent talking points. Demystifying the surreal imagination of CRT in Virginian schools, students and teachers of ACHS speak on its impact.
Teachers Adjust to Changing COVID-19 Policies

Teachers Adjust to Changing COVID-19 Policies

Yahney-Marie Sangaré, Staff Writer January 26, 2022
In the aftermath of a year of virtual learning, the 2021-2022 school year has swept in an array of change and renewal at Alexandria City High School. In the midst of COVID-19, the student resource officer debate, and a new grading policy, teachers are receiving the brunt of the impact.
New Faces on the Titan Block

New Faces on the Titan Block

November 5, 2021
New teachers have been filing into the building for the new 2021-2022 school year. Nikkia Camm, Emily Cramer, and Daniel Duffy shared their stories working for Alexandria City Public Schools with us. With passion and keenness, the teachers told us their preferences, opinions, and funny stories from teaching here and at other schools in the past.
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