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Capacity & Enrollment Issues
Upcoming community engagement meetings:
View the full community engagement schedule
- April 3: School Board public hearing on boundary recommendations 7:30-10pm in the School Board Meeting Room
- April 23: School Board public hearing on boundary recommendations 7:30-10pm in the School Board Meeting Room
APS is facing increased enrollment for the foreseeable future. By 2013, there will be over 800 more students than available seats. By 2016, APS faces an even greater shortage of 3,400 seats. As the division continues to exceed capacity limits, APS has been using a variety of solutions to create additional teaching space including adding relocatable classrooms at a number of schools until more permanent solutions can be implemented.
Tuckahoe is fortunate to have Ron Molteni as our Tuckahoe Facilities Advisory Committee Ambassador (for the boundaries process) and Robin Puttock on the Building Level Committee (new school on Williamsburg campus).
APS Resources and Information
How to Stay Informed
- PTA and School E-mail Announcements: Through APS School Talk we send timely information and announcements related to the boundary process (among other subjects). [Parents are automatically signed up for School Talk based on the information on their First Day forms. For more information, visit www.apsva.us/schooltalk.
- PTA Meetings: Reports will be given at the monthly PTA meetings.
- Special School Meetings: Meetings will be scheduled to keep the community informed
- Backpack Mail: As needed, printed updates of of information can be distributed through backpack mail.
Past Meetings & News
Capital Improvement Plan Released: Surpertendent Murphy has released the new six-year capital improvement plan. Read the release.
Letter Regarding Class Size Increases
PTA President, Justin Kopca, has send out a letter to the Tuckahoe community regarding the APS proposal to increase class size. Read the letter.
Letter regarding Tuckahoe-Specific Contingency Plan
PTA President, Justin Kopca, has submitted a letter to Superintendent Murphy requesting a contingency plan from APS specific to Tuckahoe. Thank you to all of those who have submitted comments and feedback.