ACPS announced on July 31 that the Alexandria City Public Schools students will be attending classes entirely online for the start of the fall 2020 school year. Similar to neighboring school districts, ACPS’ Virtual Plus+ program will involve daily live instruction streamed via Zoom, virtual one-on-one, and group tutoring sessions, and some asynchronous learning opportunities. Continue reading “ACPS To Hold Online Classes For Fall 2020”
3 beds, 3 full, 1 part baths
Home size: 2468
Added: 08/04/20, Last Updated: 08/06/2020
Property Type: Townhouse for Rent
MLS Number: VAFX1146256
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Buzz Bakeshop offers bakery options from more substantial food like quiche & sandwiches to creative desserts & coffee. It is located at 901 Slaters Ln, Alexandria, VA. Buzz Bakeshop prepares handcrafted cupcakes, specialty cakes, coffee and espresso drinks, wedding cakes, fondant cakes, pastries, sandwiches, and milkshakes. Continue reading “Try Delicious Bakery Items At Buzz Bakeshop”
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The 2020 class of 40 Under 40 honorees has been announced by the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce. This is the fifth class of honorees in the program. The 40 under 40 program was established in 2016 to recognize individuals under the age of 40 who are outstanding in their fields and shaping the future of the city. The 2020 honorees come from a variety of fields, including business, technology, nonprofit management, civic life, public service, education, and the arts. Continue reading “2020 40 Under 40 Honorees Announced By Alexandria Chamber Of Commerce”
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Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and stay-at-home orders in place across the state, some of the world’s most sacred celebrations of faith will move online. Jewish seder meals will be conducted via Zoom, Christian Holy Week services will be live-streamed and many Muslims will break their daily Ramadan fasts alone. Jack Moline, Agudus Achim Congregation Rabbi Emeritus said, “Wednesday night I will conduct both the smallest and largest seder of my life. Generally, we have 30 or so people at our table. Tomorrow it will be two – just my wife and myself. But we will have 100 people participating by Zoom.” Continue reading “Sacred Celebrations of Faith To Go Virtual Amid COVID-19 Pandemic”