ALEXANDRIA CITY PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDINGS TO REOPEN JULY 3
FOLLOWING POWER OUTAGE
Partner Summer Camps and Enrichment Learning Programs Resume
Alexandria Va. — In the wake of the weekend’s severe storms and widespread power outage, most Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) will reopen Tuesday, July 3. Summer programs run by ACPS partner organizations and operating in schools will open.
This includes Higher Achievement program activities and registration for the Adult Education program, which are set to resume at their normally scheduled time and locations.
Campagna Center Summer Programs and all Campagna Center Early Childhood Programs, including Summer Safari, Early Learning Center, Early Head Start program and Building Better Futures, are also scheduled to begin tomorrow. However, work to restore power continues at Patrick Henry, John Adams and George Mason elementary schools. A separate announcement will follow when those schools are fully operational. Campagna Center programs that operate at Patrick Henry will be relocated to James K. Polk Elementary School until Patrick Henry reopens. Summer programs at John Adams will temporarily relocate to William Ramsay Elementary School. No partner programs are running at Mason.
All year-round and summer employees are expected to report at their normally scheduled time on July 3. Schools will close again on July 4 in observance of the Independence Day holiday and reopen July 5.
When ACPS experiences a status change, closing or delay, emergency announcements are made to the following: