APS News Release

APS to Hold January Meetings on the New Elementary School at Williamsburg

APS to Hold January Meetings on the New Elementary School at Williamsburg Arlington Public Schools will hold a series of meetings in January on the new elementary school on the Williamsburg Middle School site. The meetings are open to the community. Wed, Jan. 9, 2013 from 7-9 p.m. Building Level Planning Committee (BLPC) Work Session […]

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Arlington Science Focus Principal Named Administrator of the Year

Arlington Science Focus Principal Named Administrator of the Year Arlington Science Focus School Principal Mary Begley was named Administrator of the Year by the Greater Washington Reading Council at its annual conference in Fairfax yesterday. Each local council of the Virginia State Reading Association (VSRA) is challenged to select its “most outstanding administrator of literacy.” […]

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We’re Moving: Clarendon and Syphax Education Centers to Relocate

We’re Moving: Clarendon and Syphax Education Centers to Relocate This week, crews will begin moving offices currently located at the Clarendon Education Center and the Syphax Education Center to the new Syphax Education Center located at the Sequoia Building 2, 2110 Washington Blvd. The new Syphax Education Center, opening Jan. 2, 2013, combines the administrative […]

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Washington-Lee, Yorktown Seniors Named to 2012-13 USRowing Honor Roll

Washington-Lee, Yorktown Seniors Named to 2012-13 USRowing Honor Roll USRowing announced that two APS seniors were named to their 2012-13 Scholastic Honor Roll list. Nathan Heinzman from Washington-Lee was recognized on the Honor Roll and Jennifer Frey from Yorktown received Honorable Mention. The USRowing Scholastic Honor Roll recognizes high school seniors who have excelled in […]

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Taylor Students Present Climate Change Solution to Scientists

Taylor Students Present Climate Change Solution to Scientists In this week’s episode, Green Scene features Taylor Elementary School’s Climate Change Project. Taylor second grade teacher Laurie Goss and her students worked throughout October to solve a climate-based problem, People for Animal and Plant Protection. Goss developed the project after spending the summer participating in George […]

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School Board Approves Multimodal Transportation Committee

School Board Approves Multimodal Transportation Committee The Arlington School Board approved the charge for the Multimodal Transportation and Student Safety Special Committee at last night’s meeting. The committee will report to the School Board and provide advice regarding the safe transportation of students to and from school by a variety of modes of transportation including […]

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Snapshots Highlights Winter Concerts

Snapshots Highlights Winter Concerts In this week’s episode of Snapshots, arts education supervisor Pam Farrell talks with arts education specialist Mary Hannah-Klontz and Randolph Elementary School vocal music teacher Marji Dwyer and instrumental music teacher Jennie Gould about the many winter concert and performances throughout APS. “APS Snapshots” is a three-to-five minute weekly cable program […]

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APS Music Students Earn Regional, National Honors

Updated Feb. 22: APS Music Students Earn Regional, National Honors APS music students in middle and high school recently earned regional and national honors for their achievements. American Choral Directors Association National Honors Choir H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program Sophie Nicholakos Nathaniel Stern Swanson Middle School Olivia LevinEzekiel Albro Washington-Lee High SchoolMaura O’Reilly Junior District Honors […]

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