APS Offers Teen Chats for Students in the Class of 2015 and 2016
APS is providing an opportunity for juniors and seniors to participate in a series of three "Teen Chats" to talk about topics that young adults may face and to help teens prepare for life after high school. The sessions are for students only, but families are encouraged to talk with their students after the sessions. A "Please Hear Me Out" card has been developed as a way to help families get these important conversations started -- Click Here to print a copy of the card.
APS to Host Community Meetings on Capacity Solutions for Swanson and Williamsburg
The public is invited to attend one of two community forums on interim options to address capacity issues at Swanson and Williamsburg Middle Schools between September 2016 and September 2019. The meetings are scheduled for June 15 and June 17. (More)
Recently, the Arlington County Police Department announced their 2015 Spring Initiative which is an extension of the day-to-day relationship our schools
have with the police and involves increased visibility in the community. Earlier this week, APS and the ACPD created a PSA about the initiative. (More)
In this week’s episode, Snapshots follows a group of students from Yorktown and Wakefield high schools and the H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program as they participate in the YMCA’s annual Model General Assembly in Richmond in mid-April. (More)
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