Last week, I announced that APS will offer two learning options to our students this fall: 1) a hybrid in-school learning model, blending two days of in-school instruction each week with three days of distance learning; and 2) a full-time virtual learning model.
The Let’s Talk Summer Student Series is a series of student-based conversations about race relations in America.
Arlington Public Schools (APS) and the Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth and Families (APCYF) released the 2020 Your Voice Matters survey results, with an online dashboard available at APS and APCYF that has overall and site-specific results.
Online registration for the 2020 Secondary Distance Learning Summer School closes June 30 at 4 p.m.
At its June 25 meeting, the School Board voted 5-0 to adopt its Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), which includes $186.6 million in funding for school infrastructure needs.
Superintendent Dr. Francisco Durán presented the recommended hybrid and distance learning instructional models for the 2020-21 school year, and announced that Arlington Public Schools (APS) will provide families the option to select the instructional delivery model that works best for their student(s) during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Board appointed Antonio (Tony) Hall as the new Principal of Washington-Liberty High School. Hall has 20 years of experience in education, including 15 years with Arlington Public Schools.
Athletics and music are big part of the student experience and we all know how hard it has been to have extracurricular activities such as athletics and band canceled due to the pandemic. Exercise is essential to the physical and social-emotional well-being of students.
Claire Peters was named Principal of the new neighborhood elementary school at the Key site.
At its June 25 meeting, the School Board approved the appointment of Brian Stockton as Chief of Staff.