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Monday, March 30, 2015

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What's Happening in Arlington

Graham Holdings APS Traveling Trolley Receives $25,000 Grant

Arlington Public Schools has received a $25,000 grant from Graham Holdings Company to support this year’s Traveling Trolley summer literacy initiative. (More)

Upcoming Summer School Registration Deadline

Friday, April 10 is the registration deadline for Elementary and Middle School Enrichment Programs (including Outdoor Lab) and Elementary Countywide Special Education Programs (including SPED Pre-K). Check out the Summer School Catalog for more information or go to the Summer School webpage.

Go Gaga for Green Go Gaga for Green - April 25

Go Gaga for Green is a family-friendly and community-wide gathering, benefit and silent auction sponsored George Mason University by to celebrate Earth Day. The event will take place on April 25 from 5-8 p.m. at Mason's Founders Hall - Arlington Campus. (More)

Arlington Community Facilities Study

The Arlington Community Facilities Study is a collaboration between the County, Arlington Public Schools, the Study Committee and the community, including a Resident Forum. Learn more about the study's process, scope and timeline

digitalAPS #digitalAPS Showcases Integrated Science Lessons at Jefferson

This week’s episode of #digitalAPS showcases technology integration with science at Jefferson Middle School. Students used iPads to enhance their understanding of the different layers of the atmosphere by designing their own learning methods.(More)

Snapsnots Snapshots Highlights World Language Celebration

In this week’s episode, Snapshots features the World Language Week celebration at the Career Center on March 10. (More)

Green Scene Green Scene Showcases APS Student Volunteers Hosting Energy Journey Game

This week’s episode of Green Scene features APS student volunteers who helped host a life-size board game called the Energy Journey Game, an event organized and run by the County’s Arlington Initiative to Rethink Energy (AIRE). (More

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School Board Recognition

SB Recognition The School Board The School Board recognized Career and Tech Education students who competed and placed in the SkillsUSA, DECA and Technology Student Association competitions.