The School Board discussed academic performance, including accreditation and federal accountability, as well as data trends related to the Standards of Learning (SOLs) pass rates at last night’s meeting.
School Board Discusses Accreditation and Academic Performance
APS Labor Day and 2018-19 School Year Schedule and Information
As the summer break comes to an end, APS wants to remind families of some important dates.
Free/Reduced Meal Application Now Open
APS provides free or reduced-price meals for children from households whose income is at or below designated financial levels. Parents must re-apply each new school year. Online applications are now open!
School Board Approves New Appointments
The Arlington School Board made several appointments at the start of last night’s work session.
Police Participate in 2018 Back-to-School Safety Campaign
As we prepare for another safe and successful school year, the Arlington County Police Department is reminding motorists to slow down, avoid distractions and watch for students walking and biking to school.
Updated: Tdap Immunization Reminder and Clinic Dates
As the new school year approaches, APS reminds parents and guardians that all incoming sixth grade students must provide documentation that they have received a Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis (Tdap) booster immunization before the first day of school.
EpiPen (epinephrine auto-injector) Update from APS
As you may have heard on the news recently or experienced as a family, there is currently a supply shortage of EpiPen and EpiPen Jr. (epinephrine auto-injectors) due to manufacturing delays.
Arlington Public Schools (APS) 2018 All Student Pass Rates
Today, the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) released 2018 SOL results for all public school divisions and schools.
Come Join APS at the Arlington County Fair
APS families and community members are encouraged to stop by the Arlington County/Arlington Public Schools booth during the County Fair this weekend.
Changes to APS Elementary School Recess Schedules to Align with New Virginia Law
As you may have read in the Washington Post or other recent news coverage, a new Virginia law went into effect on July 1, enabling school divisions to increase available time for unstructured play and recreation in elementary schools all a part of the instructional day.