The Superintendent provided an update on plans moving forward in response to the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) updated guidelines permitting 3-foot distancing at the School Board March 25 meeting.
The Arlington School Board’s April schedule of Board Meetings, Work Sessions, and Advisory Council and Committee Meetings is now available.
School Board Member Barbara Kanninen will host virtual Open Office Hours on Mon, April 5 from 5-7 p.m.
Given that many students have transitioned to the hybrid model, this will be the last update regarding services and supports provided to parents of students with disabilties, English Learners and Gifted Students.
Due to the recent update in guidance from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) on social distancing recommendations for students in schools, APS will be shifting from the summer school cohort model announced on March 19 to a model in which students will have a choice to either participate in a full in-person model or in a full distance learning model for the duration of the summer strengthening program.
As we head into spring break next week, I want to thank you all—our incredible students, families, and staff—for your partnership and consistent adherence to mitigation strategies.
The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers announced that 25 APS students have received recognition in the National Scholastics Art and Writing Competition.
The primary responsibilities of schools are to foster an open, respectful and inclusive learning environment for all students.The primary responsibilities of schools are to foster an open, respectful and inclusive learning environment for all students.
Arlington Public Schools condemns racism and all expressions of hate, bias and discrimination.
APS will stream the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Ceremony honoring student artists who received regional recognition for their artwork on Mon, March 22 at 6:30 p.m.