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Thank you for a great year! View this short video of grants that YOU brought to life in the Arlington Public Schools in 2017.
Thank you friends and supporters! Our annual fundraising celebration on November 20th raised $9,440. All funds raised directly support our work. At the event, AEF President Amy Speare presented Superintendent Kathleen Bodie, Director of Social Emotional Health Sara Burd and … Continue reading
Join us at our annual fundraiser that celebrates all that we have accomplished together for the Arlington Public Schools. This year, we welcome Arlington’s newest leaders as our special guests: Roderick MacNeal Jr., Assistant Superintendent Sara Burd, Director of Guidance … Continue reading
The AEF Board has committed to awarding $200,000 over the next three years to support the district’s ‘Safe & Supportive Schools‘ initiative to create a comprehensive behavioral health program. A $100,485 grant in the first year will fund: Youth Mental … Continue reading
The Unity Project was created to raise consciousness about the labels we give ourselves and others and explore how those labels both support and limit building interconnected communities. AHS students created a larger-than-life temporary structure on the front lawn of the … Continue reading
Introducing the 2017 Teachers of the Year! These two women have been recognized by AEF donors as top notch. Congratulations Ms. Raad and Ms. Sancinito! Read more…
Ottoson 6th graders program CodeBugs – programmable wearable computers – in Digital Media & Literacy class. Learn more…
Three Ottoson Science Fair Club students will head to state competition on June 3rd. It’s amazing to see how this 2014 Innovations grant has prospered! Read more…
The spring AEF Innovations in Education grants have been awarded! Congratulations to the eight grant recipients who will enhance our schools through music (ukuleles!), public art, cutting-edge technology, mindfulness and LGBTQ+ programs.