The Arlington School Board’s February schedule of Board Meetings, Work Sessions, and Advisory Council and Committee Meetings is now available.
February Calendar for School Board Meetings and Work Sessions
School Board Member David Priddy will host virtual Open Office Hours on Tues, Feb. 2
School Board Member David Priddy will host virtual Open Office Hours on Tues, Feb. 2 from 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Jan. 29 Dept. of Teaching and Learning Update: Services for English Learners, Special Education and Gifted Students
As we finish up the second quarter, please take note of the following services and supports for students with disabilities, English Learners and Gifted students and their parents.
No Meal Pick Up Service on Mon, Feb. 1
Updated: There will be no meal service on Mon, Feb. 1 because there is no school for students. Instead, families can pick up four meals on Fri, January 29.
School Board Member Cristina Diaz-Torres will host virtual Open Office Hours on Mon, Jan. 25
School Board Member Cristina Diaz-Torres will host virtual Open Office Hours on Mon, Jan. 25 from 6-8 p.m.
School Board Approves FY 2022 CIP Direction, Summer School Fees
The School Board approved its FY 2022 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) direction which defines the projects for the Superintendent to include in the proposed CIP, along with cost estimates and an evaluation of priorities among identified projects.
Employee Spotlight: Barrett Music Teacher Amanda Thiel
The APS Employee Spotlight is a monthly feature that highlights teachers, school and central office staff as well as support staff at every level, who contribute so much to make APS successful and enrich the education of our students. This month, we highlight Barrett Elementary School music teacher Amanda Thiel who has been with APS for seven years.
Washington-Liberty’s James Licato Named Finalist in the Regeneron Science Talent Search
Washington-Liberty High School senior James Licato was named one of 40 finalists in the finalists in the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2021, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors.
Four Seniors Earn Prestigious Posse Scholarships
Washington-Liberty senior Katty Michelle Rojas, Yorktown senior Sabrina Oh and Wakefield seniors Samantha Escobar and Wesley Esparza-Salazar were selected to receive a four-year, full-tuition scholarship from The Posse Foundation to attend a partnering institution.
APS Teachers Selected for Kennedy Center Changing Education Through the Arts Cohort 2021-22
A group of 21 educators will join the third APS Cohort with the John F. Kennedy Center.