The director of Alexandria City Public Schools in Virginia has suggested new names for a couple of schools, including T.C. Williams High School.
Alexandria City Public Schools Superintendent Gregory Hutchings proposed that educational committee individuals take up Alexandria High School to supplant the name of T.C. Williams, the city’s just secondary school, and that Matthew Maury Elementary School be renamed Naomi Brooks Elementary School for a previous instructor who passed on in 2020.
The two names got the most votes locally survey of nine decisions for each school.The educational committee heard the best three names Thursday, and on March 18, there will be a formal review planned on the name suggestions.
The board will decide on the new names in April, and the progressions are booked to be executed in July.
Local area individuals had until Feb. 19 to back one of nine name proposition each for the schools, which the educational committee representative and administrator confirmed from a large number of sections put together by understudies, families and staff.
Alexandria High School collected 34.2% of dishes, trailed by Titan Community High School (21.26%) and Ruth Bader Ginsburg High School (10.13%).