October is bullying prevention month. Learn how students are learning to manage, prevent and report bullying through curriculum and initiatives in school such as Recognize, Refuse and Report in elementary school; the Second Step program in middle school; and Sources of Strength in high school.
Oakridge Poetry Day is a three year old movement that grew out of the APS Pick-A-Poet program.
Kids inspiring other kids to read – that’s the goal behind a brand new library show at Drew Elementary.
In celebration of Arts in Schools Month, Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy visited Claremont Elementary to teach Miriam Cutelis’ 2nd grade art class how to make beeswax candles.
Por qué muchas familias escogen el programa de Inmersión Dual para sus hijos, cuando ya hablan español en casa? Escuchemos de maestras y estudiantes de @APSVirginia sobre los beneficios de ser bilingüe en este corto video.
APS social workers deserve a month of celebration! March is National Professional Social Work Month and a time to recognize the highly skilled social workers in our schools and all they do to connect teachers, families and outside service providers to support student health, well-being and academic success. For closed captions, click the Play button […]
This week’s Snapshots features Carlin Springs’ approach to teamwork and how it helps foster student success. During Teamwork Nights, families and teachers work together to address individual student learning needs and challenges, and help close academic achievement gaps at home and in school. For closed captions, click the Play button and then click “CC” in […]
This week’s Snapshots highlights Abingdon’s mindfulness initiative.
Check out the latest episode of Snapshots as we follow Ron Berger of ELeducation as he tours Campbell Elementary School last month.
Thank you for being part of our APS family and for all you do throughout the year to support our school community.