“Historical Markers” Visits the Hume School

In this week’s episode of Historical Markers, explore what life was like for students at the Hume School. Built in 1891, it was used as a school for 67 years before being closed and acquired by the Arlington Historical Society as a museum.

Get into Reading this Summer!

Our schools are hosting various summer literacy activities throughout the summer. Check out some of the activities and join in! Use the hashtag #ArlingtonReads to share your summer reading activities with us.

Solicitation# RFP 80FY16

Solicitation#   RFP 80FY16 Description Inclusive Practices Systems Change Services Due Date  8/11/16 prior to 2:00 pm Contact Rebecca Hoffman

Solicitation# IFB 04FY17

Solicitation# IFB 04FY17  Description Water Testing and Treatment Services for Heating and Cooling Systems Due Date  7/11/16 prior to 1:00 pm Contact Ken Lawson

Family Engagement

Some teachers and parent leaders at Barrett Elementary approached me to ask my opinion about having the silent auction, raising some issues about it being an event that traditionally has […]

CrossingGuard School Bus Safety Program Resumes July 1

Beginning July 1, vehicles that illegally pass an Arlington Public Schools bus that is stopped for students are at risk for receiving a $250 traffic ticket through the school district’s […]

School Board Adopts FY 2017-26 CIP

The Arlington School Board adopted the FY 2017-26 Capital Improvement Plan. The committed and proposed projects in the 10-year CIP total $510.29 million and include $435.03 million in bond funding. The approved plan focuses on providing seats for students in the areas of most critical need in light of the continued, sustained growth in student enrollment.