In this week’s episode, Historical Markers takes viewers to Radio, Va. Located at the intersection of Columbia Pike and Courthouse Road, the towers were built to launch the Navy’s effort to establish a worldwide communications network.
In this week’s episode, Historical Markers takes viewers to Freedman’s Village.
At Thursday night’s School Board meeting, staff presented an update on academic performance at APS. Dr. Tara Nattrass, Assistant Superintendent of Instruction, provided a summary of the recent data on student performance on the 2016 Standards of Learning (SOL) test results in reading, math, science and social studies.
The Arlington School Board appointed Dr. Donna Snyder as Principal of Randolph Elementary School. Dr. Snyder is currently the Director of Early Childhood and Elementary Education.
Recent press coverage about lead in drinking water at schools and cities around the nation has elevated public concern over this issue. Arlington County’s water system is regularly monitored and meets all state and federal drinking water standards.
APS reminds parents and guardians that all incoming sixth grade students must provide documentation that they have received a Tetanus-Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap) booster immunization before the first day of school.
On August 16, the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) released 2016 SOL results for all public school divisions and schools. Arlington Public Schools (APS) students continue to pass the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) tests at higher rates than their peers across Virginia.
In this week’s episode of Historical Markers, learn about the Clarendon Post Office. Built in 1937, the Arlington Post Office was the first federal building constructed in the County.
Barcroft students began the 2016-17 school year on Monday. Check out some photos below.