Continuing Scholar Award

The Continuing Scholars Award of up to $2,500 will be awarded to Arlington educators to support personal and professional enrichment experiences that, in turn, benefit students.

The program will fund experiences sponsored by professional organizations, universities and institutes, such as conferences, conventions, non-credit courses/classes, educational expeditions/trips, seminars, and workshops.  Awards can be used to take training that grants PDPs, but only after exhausting the district’s allowance for such trainings. If approved, CSAs used to earn PDPs will be for a maximum award of $1,000.

Continuing Scholar Awards cannot be used to pay for independent research/study projects, nor courses leading to degrees or certifications/licensures.

Any Arlington Public Schools educator who has worked for the district for at least three calendar years and is returning to the district in the following year is eligible to apply.
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Spring 2018

  • Deborah Campagna, Art, Stratton & Thompson, “Art Retreat for Educators” at Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program.
  • Liz Farese, 1st grade, Dallin School, The Ron Clark Academy
  • Stacie Greenland, Art, Dallin & Hardy, Japanese Language and Culture Level 1 course at The Boston Language Institute

Fall 2017

  • Julie Harrington, Hardy 4th grade; Teacher’s College Conferring and Small Group Institute in Reading
  • Jennifer Breneisen, Stratton Social Worker; Social Thinking Clinical Training Program

Spring 2017

  • Annmarie Rebola-Thompson, High School Visual Arts; Art of Education: Studio Course – Fibers

Fall 2016

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Fall 2015

  • Eileen Catizone, Stratton Reading Specialist, Reading Intervention using LiPS (Lindamood Phonome Sequencing) for Phonemic Awareness, Reading and Spelling

Spring 2015

Spring 2014

  • Sherry Gooen, Occupational Therapist, Grades 6-12 and David Schaye, Special Education, Grade 7; Learning and the Brain Summer Institute: Neuroscience and Executive Skills:  Strategies for Executive Functions, Memory and Classroom Learning

Fall 2013

  • Lauren Schultz Geiger, Arlington High School English and Amanda Camelio, Arlington High School History;  Travel Study Trip – Munich, Berlin, Dresden, PragueMore

Spring 2013

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