APS News Release

PreK Registration Night Set for Feb. 3

PreK Registration Night Set for Feb. 3 The APS Office of Early Childhood is hosting the 3rd Annual PreK Registration Night on Wed, Feb. 3 at Kenmore Middle School (200 S. Carlin Springs Rd.). Presentations will begin at 6:30 p.m. on the Virginia Preschool Initiative (VPI) program and at 7 p.m. for the Primary Montessori […]

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APS Summer Activities Fair Scheduled for Feb. 12

APS Summer Activities Fair Rescheduled for Feb. 19 Due to inclement weather, the Arlington Public Schools Summer Activities Fair has been rescheduled to the snow date, Fri, Feb. 19 from 6-8 p.m. at the Thomas Jefferson Community Center, 3501 2nd Street, South. This event is free to the public and no pre-registration is required. The […]

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Upcoming Music Concerts at Yorktown High School

Upcoming Music Concerts at Yorktown High School The community is invited to attend two upcoming performancesat Yorktown High School. United States NavyBand The United States Navy Band will perform at a concerthonoring veterans at 7 p.m. on Sat, Jan. 30. The concert which is free, open tothe public and no tickets are required. Any questions […]

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CIP Community Forum Meetings

CIP Community Forums Scheduled Arlington Public Schools (APS) is seeking input at a series of community forum meetings as it develops its ten-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) during spring 2016. The CIP process will result in recommendations to the School Board for enhancing instructional opportunities and addressing capacity challenges in APS schools due to projected […]

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Snow Letter to Families

Español Dear APS Families: Like everyone throughout the County and region, Arlington Public Schools staff members have been working on the enormous undertaking of “digging out” at our 40+ schools, program centers, and administrative offices. APS Facilities staff and building custodians, equipped with shovels, snow blowers and plows, have been working on the monumental task […]

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Snow Letter to Families- Spanish

26 de enero de 2016 Apreciadas familias de las Escuelas Públicas de Arlington: Al igual que todos en el Condado y en la región, el personal de las Escuelas Públicas de Arlington (APS, por sus siglas en inglés) hemos estado trabajando en el fenomenal esfuerzo de desenterrarnos de la nieve en todas nuestras 40 y […]

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School Board Approves FY17-26 Capital Improvement Plan Framework

School Board Approves FY17-26 Capital Improvement Plan Framework The Arlington School Board approved the frameworkfor the FY 2017-26 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) framework at last night’smeeting. The framework contains a schedule and timeline forcommunity engagement, and includes a summary of the enrollment projections thatwill inform the development of the CIP. The framework also incorporates a […]

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PTA Reflections Contest Winners

PTA Reflections Contest Winners Announced Ceremony honoring winners to be held Jan. 27 TheArlington County Council of PTAs (CCPTA) will honor 152 student artists whoparticipated in 2015-16 Reflections art competition at a ceremony on Wednesday,January 27, at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium of Wakefield High School. The artists,who won their local school competitions, prepared works […]

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APS to Host an Evening Celebrating Arlington’s History Makers on Feb. 2

APS to Host an Evening Celebrating Arlington’s History Makers on Feb. 2 Honoring Those Who Fought for School Integration & Made History at Stratford Arlington Public Schools will host an event on Tue, Feb. 2, to mark the historic anniversary of school integration in Arlington County. The event will be held in the Stratford Auditorium […]

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Henry Named Title I Distinguished School

Patrick Henry Elementary School was named as a Title I Distinguished School by the Virginia Department of Education earlier this week. Henry was one of 46 schools to receive the designation. Henry was recognized for meeting all state and federal accountability requirements for two consecutive years and achieving SOL pass rates at the 60th percentile […]

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