Updated May 2: Yorktown High School sophomore Kelsey Kitzke and senior Phoebe Brueger and Wakefield High School junior Brigitta Naugle have been accepted to The National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) program.
For the 11th year, Arlington Public School will offer a free three-week immersion program for rising sixth-eighth grade students interested in Arabic and Chinese.
The Environmental Health and Asthma Subcommittee of the Arlington Public Schools School Health Advisory Board will host a Clean Air Awareness Month Celebration at Arlington Central Library Mon, May 1.
The Arlington School Board’s May schedule of Board Meetings, Work Sessions, and Advisory Council and Committee Meetings is now available.
The Extended Day Central Office continues to review and process the registration information that has been submitted since April 1. Families requesting summer Extended Day have been notified of their child’s enrollment status. In addition, families from 18 schools have been notified about the status of the school year enrollment. We continue to review the […]
The next deadline for Summer School registration is Fri, May 5.
Arlington Public Schools (APS) is committed to sustainability and ensuring that we adopt practices that protect the environment.
Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy provided the School Board with an update on the options for 1,300 new high school seats at last night’s meeting.
At a work session on April 18, the School Board reviewed the responses from the community engagement meetings and other efforts that helped develop a new set of revisions for the Enrollment and Transfer Policy.
Students enrolled in the Arlington Public School System are invited to submit poems for Moving Words, a poetry competition co-sponsored by the Arlington Public Schools Humanities Project, Arlington County Cultural Affairs, and the Arlington Transit.