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APS Joins Dialogues on Race and Equity

Arlington Public Schools has joined Arlington County in a new effort to address racial equity and disparities called Dialogues on Race and Equity (DRE).

County, School Board Working Together to Close FY21 Budget Gap

Facing a projected combined budget gap for the current fiscal year of $52 million-$68.8 million, County government and Arlington Public Schools (APS) today outlined options for closing that gap during a joint work session. 

Superintendent’s Oct. 20 Weekly Update

Thank you to everyone who joined us last Friday for the APS Return-to-School Town Hall. As we have shared, we are moving the start date for Level 1 back to Wednesday, November 4. Oct. 21 is the deadline for families of all Level 2 students to select whether you prefer to continue in distance learning or to transition to hybrid, in-person learning.

Annual APS High School Information Night Set for Nov. 2

Join Arlington Public Schools (APS) for High School Information Night on Monday, Nov. 2, 2020 at 7 p.m. The event will be virtual this year and families will be able to watch the event live on Livestream the night of the event. Families unable to watch the event live will be able to view the event recording after the event.

Transportation Details for Level 1 and 2 Families

Bus transportation will look very different as APS transitions to in-person learning. Due to the state’s physical distancing guidelines, buses will only be able to transport a maximum of 11 students at a time.

Annual APS Middle School Information Night Set for Oct. 26

Join Arlington Public Schools (APS) for Middle School Information Night on Monday, Oct. 26, 2020 at 7 p.m. The event will be virtual this year and families will be able to watch the event live on Livestream the night of the event.