APS News Release

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photojournalist to Visit Career Center

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photojournalist to Visit Career Center Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist and Wakefield High School graduate Doug Mills will speak at the Arlington Career Center on Thu, Feb. 28 from 7-8 p.m. (816 S. Walter Reed Dr.) Mills, who also took classes at the Career Center, has been a photographer for the Associated Press, United Press […]

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Snapshots Showcases Middle School Art Work

Snapshots Showcases Middle School Art Work In this week’s episode of Snapshots, Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy talks with Gunston Middle School art teacher Pete Fitzgerald and former Yorktown High School student and curator Amy Braden about George Mason University’s (GMU) middle school art exhibit. GMU’s Arlington Campus is currently hosting an art exhibit for middle […]

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APS to Celebrate World Language Week

Snapshots Showcases Middle School Art Work In this week’s episode of Snapshots, Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy talks with Gunston Middle School art teacher Pete Fitzgerald and former Yorktown High School student and curator Amy Braden about George Mason University’s (GMU) middle school art exhibit. GMU’s Arlington Campus is currently hosting an art exhibit for middle […]

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School Board Approves Ashlawn Elementary School Schematic Design Board Recognizes Employee Career Milestones

Snapshots Showcases Middle School Art Work In this week’s episode of Snapshots, Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy talks with Gunston Middle School art teacher Pete Fitzgerald and former Yorktown High School student and curator Amy Braden about George Mason University’s (GMU) middle school art exhibit. GMU’s Arlington Campus is currently hosting an art exhibit for middle […]

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More Seats for More Students Boundary Update Community Meeting Set for Feb. 27

More Seats for More Students Boundary Update Community Meeting Set for Feb. 27 Arlington Public Schools will hold a community meeting on boundaries on Wed, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. at Williamsburg Middle School. At the community meeting, APS staff will share recommendations that they will present to the Superintendent regarding boundaries for the new […]

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Budget Update #1: Over 800 Responses Received Through New APS Budget Tool

Budget Update #1: Over 800 Responses Received Through New APS Budget Tool On November 29, APS and the County held the first ever joint community budget forum at Washington-Lee that attracted approximately 50 citizens. In December and January, APS held eight schools-focused budget forums to unveil a new APS Budget Tool and to engage in […]

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APS Receives Foreign Language Grant Funding Includes Teacher Training

APS Receives Foreign Language Grant Funding Includes Teacher Training For the seventh consecutive year, APS has been awarded the STARTALK Secondary Chinese and Arabic Program for Students grant to fund the summer Chinese and Arabic program. APS has also been awarded the STARTALK Teacher Training Program in Secondary Chinese and Arabic grant. This is the […]

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APS to Hold Whole Child Conference

APS to Hold Whole Child Conference Arlington Public Schools is holding a conference for high school parents on ways to support the “whole child.” The event will be held on Sat, Feb. 23 from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Washington-Lee High School. (1301 N. Stafford St.) The “Supporting Your Whole Child” conference is designed to inform […]

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Words Out Loud Celebration Featured on Snapshots

Words Out Loud Celebration Featured on Snapshots In this week’s episode of Snapshots, Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy discusses the “Words Out Loud” celebration with English Language Arts specialist Paula Lamina. “Words Out Loud” is an extension of the National African American Read-In. Each year, schools and communities across the United States celebrate the literary contributions […]

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