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Friday, April 29, 2016

What's Happening in Arlington

  • Go Gaga for Green Go Gaga for Green
    Get ready to Go Gaga! Go Gaga for Green that is, on Sat, April 30, 5-8 p.m. at George Mason University’s Arlington Campus. This family-friendly, community-wide gathering celebrates Earth Day and environmental sustainability in Arlington. Best of all: it’s FREE for APS students, families and staff with advance registration. A showcase feature of Go Gaga for Green is Operation Rain Barrel – a program that engages Arlington public school students in creating amazing artistic rain barrels while they learn about sustainability. At the event, the artistic rain barrels are on display and sold through a silent auction. Vote for your favorite rain barrel at http://www.gogophotocontest.com/gogagaforgreenrainbarrels.

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  • Dream Dream, Explore, Create Your Own Path
    Superintendent Dr. Patrick Murphy and the Arlington Public Schools team invite all students and their families to explore students’ individual paths, plan for their future, and connect with counselors and career professionals at a Signature event, Dream, Explore, Create Your Own Path, taking place on Sat, May 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Wakefield High School. (More) (Español)

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  • Brown and Burgin APS Announces 2016 Principal and Teacher of the Year
    Arlington Public Schools announced that McKinley Elementary School Principal Colin Brown and Oakridge Elementary School teacher Jennifer Burgin have been named the 2016 APS Principal of the Year and Teacher of the Year. Brown and Burgin along with the 2016 Support Employees of the Year will be recognized by the School Board at 7:30 p.m. on Wed, May 18 at Washington-Lee High School.

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  • Summer School Summer School 2016 Catalog
    Available

    The catalog for the 2016 Summer School program is available at www.apsva.us/summerschool. Visit the webpage for information about courses, dates, locations and fees, along with application forms and more. (More)
     
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  • video Featured Video: Snapshots

    In this episode, Snapshots talks to students and staff who run Wakefield High School’s Formals for $5 pop-up shop. (More)

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