APS News Release

School Board Selects 2018 Honored Citizens

Every year, community members spend countless hours volunteering in Arlington Schools, supporting students and staff. The Arlington School Board recognizes this commitment and appreciates the efforts of all of our volunteers.

In 1975, the Board established the Honored Citizen Award to recognize special volunteers who have made extraordinary contributions to Arlington Public Schools. These dedicated individuals participate in a wide variety of school activities, demonstrating a sustained commitment to APS of at least five years.

For 2018, the School Board has named 13 outstanding volunteers as Honored Citizens. The Board will celebrate these individuals at a special event on May 31 at the Syphax Education Center, 2110 Washington Blvd, 2nd floor.  A reception will be held at 5:30 p.m. followed by a recognition ceremony at 6 p.m.

This year’s Honored Citizens are:

Argueta Family- Jose, Georgina and Luz Argueta
Kenmore Middle School, Washington-Lee High School

Cynthia Cocuesta-Cuttier
Claremont Elementary School, Gunston Middle School, Washington-Lee High School

Claudia Cuellar-Alarcon
Campbell Elementary School, Kenmore Middle School

Dr. Skye Donovan
Key Elementary School, Gunston Middle School

Lisa Dropkin
Key Elementary School, Wakefield High School

Mahender Dudani
Oakridge Elementary School, Jefferson Middle School, Wakefield High School

Rev. Dr. Leonard Hamlin
Countywide contributions, Drew Model Elementary School

Tina Kuklenski-Miller
Taylor Elementary School, Advisory Council on Instruction, Budget Advisory Council

Caroline Levy
Stratford Program, Yorktown High School, Arlington Special Education PTA

Ruth Rivero
Key Elementary School, Kenmore Middle School, Washington-Lee High School

Susan Scott
Jefferson Middle School, Advisory Council on Instruction, Parent Resource Center

To learn more about APS Honored Citizens, visit aps2016.apsva.us/honoredcitizens