1426 N Quincy St
Arlington, VA 22207
Thursday, April 24, 2014

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What's Happening in Arlington

APS Celebrates Earth Day

Every day is Earth Day at APS! From toad eggs in the Barrett Elementary pond to presentations about currents from leading oceanographers, our students are always learning about the environment around them. Creative lesson plans from our teachers expose students to hands on environment-related exercises that help them learn about sustainability, which is one of our core values. (More)

Autism Awareness Autism Awareness Month

April is recognized as Autism Awareness Month, and we want the community to know that we have many autism resources and services available to our families who need them. Check out our website for more information or contact the Department of Student Services to obtain assistance.

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CIP Community Open Forum

APS will host a Community Open Forum for feedback and refinement of elementary, middle and high school options at Jefferson Middle School on Wed, April 23 from 7-9 p.m. 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.

APS Snapshots School Environmental Action Showcase Featured on Snapshots

In this week's episode of Snapshots, Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy tours the NoVA Outside School Environmental Action Showcase, held at George Mason University. which provides area students and teachers with an opportunity to their environmental programs and to learn about each other unique projects. (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

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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.