“Historical Markers” Visits the Hume School

HM2In 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. Watch this short video about the school, and use #HumeSchool to respond to questions about its history. The Historical Markers video series, produced by APS, highlights just a few of the more than 80 historical markers highlighting important sites in Arlington’s past to engage students in learning about local history. For more information about the videos, visit the Historical Markers webpage.