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Arlington, VA 22207
Wednesday, June 01, 2016

What's Happening in Arlington

  • SROs School Resource Officers and You: A Community Conversation
    Join the Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth and Families for a community converstaion on the relationship between schools, School Resource Officers and the community. Learn what SROs are and why they are in schools; are they like police officers and are they in every school; and what are the rights of parents and students when interacting with SROs. The conversation is scheduled for Wed, June 8 from 6-8 p.m. at the Central Library Auditorium. Register online or call 703-228-1667.

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  • More Seats Community Forum for the NES at the Jefferson Site
    APS wants to hear your input and questions related to the New Elementary School at the Jefferson Site. Planning is currently in the concept design phase and a proposed design is expected to be submitted to the School Board in June. On June 8, APS will host a Community Forum beginning at 7 p.m. in the Thomas Jefferson Middle School Cafeteria. The purpose of the meeting will be to inform the community of the planning progress made so far and to hear feedback from community members. View previous presentations and other updates on the project website.  

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  • Graduation Graduation and Promotion Schedules
    June is upon us and that means that graduation and promotion ceremonies are right around the corner. Washington-Lee, Yorktown and Wakefield will have their ceremonies on June 23 at DAR Constitution Hall at 10 a.m., 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. respectively. Dates and times for other graduation and promotion ceremonies are available on our calendar. Share your pictures and memories using the hashtag #APSGrad2016.

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  • More Seats School Board Shares Proposed 2017-26 CIP with County Board 
    At a Joint Work Session held with the County Board on May 24, the School Board, Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy, and APS staff previewed their upcoming request for bond funding for school capital projects totaling $138.83 million to pay for capital and infrastructure investments that meet increasing capacity needs. (More)

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  • video Featured Video: Snapshots

    In this episode, #digitalAPS: Exploring Instructional Frontiers chronicles the role technology played in enriching The Sevdah Commission Project. (More)

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