At the School Board meeting on May 30, staff presented updates on the English Speakers of Other Languages/High Intensity Language Training (ESOL/HILT) program and the findings of the English Language Arts (ELA) program evaluation.
School Board Receives Update on English Learners Program, English Language Arts Program Evaluation, and 1:1 Digital Device Model
June Calendar for School Board Meetings and Work Sessions
The Arlington School Board’s June schedule of Board Meetings, Work Sessions, and Advisory Council and Committee Meetings is now available.
Glebe Has Strong Showing at Odyssey of the Minds World Finals
Glebe Elementary School’s Odyssey of the Mind teams had strong finishes in this past week’s OoTM World Finals competition at Michigan State University
Virginia Board of Education Honors 12 Arlington Schools for Educational Excellence
On Wednesday, Governor Ralph Northam and the State Board of Education announced that 12 Arlington schools were honored with the 2019 Virginia Index of Performance (VIP) awards based upon student achievement and other performance indicators during the 2017-18 school year.
School Board Meeting and Honored Citizens Reception Rescheduled for May 30
The May 23 School Board meeting and Honored Citizens reception, that was postponed due to a power outage, has been rescheduled for Thu, May 30. The Honored Citizens reception will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
Upcoming Summer School Registration Deadline
There is a summer school registration deadline approaching.
Career Center Student Wins Full Scholarship to the Culinary Institute of America
Yorktown High School senior and Career Center Culinary Arts student Sajith Udumalaga earned a full-tuition scholarship valued at $122,450 to the Culinary Institute of America.
APS Students Excelled at the Virginia Junior Academy of Science (VJAS) Research Symposium
APS students excelled at the 2019 annual Virginia Junior Academy of Science (VJAS) Research Symposium, which was held from May 21-23 at Old Dominion University in Norfolk
Washington-Lee High School Education Foundation Awards 2019 Scholarships to Seniors
Fifteen Washington-Lee High School seniors were selected to receive $1,500 scholarships from the Washington-Lee High School Education Foundation, Inc. to help them with college expenses in the fall.
Washington-Lee Sophomore Places Second at Intel Science Fair
Washington-Lee High School sophomore James Licato placed second in the Earth and Environmental Sciences category at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Phoenix.