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Saturday, February 28, 2015

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What's Happening in Arlington

Superintendent Presents Proposed FY 2016 Budget

Arlington Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy presented his proposal for the FY 2016 Arlington Public Schools (APS) budget to fund operations for the 2015-16 school year. The FY 2016 budget totals $561.1 million, which is a 4.0 percent increase over last year’s adopted budget. (More)

Arlington Community Facilities Study

The Arlington Community Facilities Study is a collaboration between the County, Arlington Public Schools, the Study Committee and the community, including a Resident Forum. Learn more about the study's process, scope and timeline.

Aspire2Excellence logo Early Planning is Key  

APS has various course options that will help families navigate and thoughtfully plan a child’s educational journey. The elementary, middle, and high school Programs of Studies outline specific curricular offerings and services. We encourage all families to visit the Aspire2Excellence webpage to access the many academic planning resources available.

Prepare Plans for Winter Weather Closures and Delays

The winter weather is upon us, and we encourage families to start preparing a plan for possible school delays and closures if snow, ice, or other inclement weather occurs. Watch this PSA to find out how to obtain up-to-date information on APS weather-related closures and delays.

digitalAPS #digitalAPS Showcases Integrated Science and Math Lessons at Drew

This week’s episode of #digitalAPS showcases technology integration with science and math at Drew Model School. (More)

Snapsnots Snapshots Showcases Kenmore’s 7th Grade Coffee House

In this week’s episode, Snapshots features Kenmore’s annual 7th Grade Coffee House where students shared choral readings of Langston Hughes poetry as well as their own works with parents and invited guests on Feb. 20. (More)

Green Scene Green Scene Showcases Weather Houses Built by ATS Students

This week’s episode of Green Scene features student-built weather houses. Fourth grade students at Arlington Traditional School engineered weather houses out of recycled materials for their STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) project.  (More

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School Board Recognition

NBCT The School Board honored the 19 National Board Certified teachers at their Feb. 5 meeting.