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Thursday, April 17, 2014

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What's Happening in Arlington

Principal of the Year Jamie Borg Named 2014 APS Principal of the Year

Arlington Public Schools announced today that Glebe Elementary School Principal Jamie Borg has been named APS's 2014 Principal of the Year. (More)

Teacher of the Year Kenmore Educator Named 2014 APS Teacher of the Year

Kenmore Middle School technology teacher Cassidy Nolen has been named the 2014 Arlington Public Schools Teacher of the Year. (More)

APS Announces 2014 Support Employees of the Year

Arlington Public Schools announced its 2014 Support Employees of the Year. These employees provide a unique exceptional contribution; demonstrate commitment, excellence and initiative in their field of work. (More)

More Seats for Students CIP Process Underway

With the help of the community, APS is developing its 10-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). APS values your input in the CIP planning process and needs your feedback on the currently proposed middle and high school capital improvement options. Submit your feedback online, then check out the full CIP schedule and click here to stay up-to-date on the full More Seats process.

Budget Cover Updated FY 15 Budget Calendar

The School Board adopted a revised FY 2015 budget calendar.The School Board is expected to announce their proposed FY15 Budget on April 24. Click here for the new dates.

APS Snapshots Segregation, Desegregation Community Conversation Featured on Snapshots

In this week's episode of Snapshots, Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy talks with panelists and attendees at the Segregation, Desegregation, and Civil Rights in Arlington teacher workshop and community conversation held at Hoffman-Boston on March 29.  (More)   

Green Scene Green Scene Previews Operation Rain Barrel

This week’s episode of Green Scene previews the third annual Operation Rain Barrel which is a partnership with George Mason University. Operation Rain Barrel was created to engage students in learning about environmental sustainability to coincide with the “Community Earth Week Fair.” (More


Photo Ops

School Board Recognition
Team Kids
The Board recognized Julie Hudash, Founder and CEO of Team Kids and her Board of Directors President and the four APS schools that participated in the Team Kids Challenge. APS was chosen to host the first national expansion of the award-winning Team Kids Challenge Program which gives elementary school students opportunities to partner with community leaders, including police officers and firefighters, on projects that benefit local, national and international causes.