In this week’s episode of Historical Markers, explore what life was like for students at the Hume School. Built in 1891, it was used as a school for 67 years before being closed and acquired by the Arlington Historical Society as a museum.
Earlier this month, Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy would serve on the Standards of Learning (SOL) Innovation Committee.
In the inaugural episode of Arlington Public Schools new video series Historical Markers, Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy takes a look at Arlington’s Charles Drew House.
David McBride was named the interim Principal of Kenmore Middle School by the School Board on Wednesday night. McBride currently serves as the assistant principal at Kenmore.
The Arlington School Board appointed Leslie Peterson as the new Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Management Services at last night’s meeting. Peterson is currently the APS Budget Director.
This summer’s first Traveling Trolley runs took place on Wednesday where students from Barcroft, Carlin Springs, Drew, and Hoffman-Boston and their families were taken to the library.
Our schools are hosting various summer literacy activities throughout the summer. Check out some of the activities and join in! Use the hashtag #ArlingtonReads to share your summer reading activities with us.
On July 1, the Arlington School Board held its first meeting of the 2016-17 school year. During the meeting, the Board elected Nancy Van Doren as Chair and Dr. Barbara Kanninen as Vice Chair.
The Arlington County and Arlington Public Schools boards, collaborating to maximize the use of limited public land and leverage financial resources, will consider a license agreement that will allow the County to place a temporary fire station on the Wilson School site at 1601 Wilson Blvd.
During its annual organizational meeting on July 1, 2016, the Arlington School Board elected Nancy Van Doren to serve as chair for the 2016-17 school year.