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In July, the Arlington Education Foundation (AEF) awarded a $12,000 grant to the Arlington Public Schools to fund a course on remote learning strategies for educators. Fifty-four Arlington educators are currently enrolled in the month-long course title

AEF Grants over $56K to Arlington Public Schools FEATURED UPDATE

In June, the Arlington Education Foundation (AEF) awarded the Arlington Public Schools a grant of $56,500 to support the ongoing work of Safe and Supportive Schools (SASS), a district-wide, multi-year initiative focused on student mental health and community engagement. The most recent grant is the third and final award, fulfilling AEF’s total pledge of $200,000. 

This winter AEF awarded two Continuing Scholar Awards to Arlington educators:

Sonya Connelly, a math coach at Thompson Elementary School, will attend a week-long workshop at the Mount Holyoke College Mathematics Leadership Summer Institute for Coaches where she will focus on the essential pedagogical issues of math coaching.

Hannah Borden, clinical social worker at Pierce Elementary School, will attend the Embodied Leadership Facilitator Program at JourneyDance in Mexico where she will work to develop specific leadership skills in the areas of emotional and social health.

The next application deadline for Continuing Scholar Awards is Friday, April 26, 2019.

AEF’s Youngest Fundraiser

Maggie Aloisi, an Arlington 6th grader with a huge heart and a ton of passion, is AEF’s youngest fundraiser.  Through t-shirt sales she is increasing awareness about dyslexia and has raised nearly $800 for AEF!

2018 Grant Highlights Video

Thank you, Arlington community! This video highlights a few recent grants the Arlington Education Foundation has provided with your support. We rely on community donations for providing over $100,000 in grant funding each year to innovative Arlington educators. We appreciate your continued support.

The Arlington Education Foundation (AEF) has completed its fall grants cycle and has awarded a total of $22,434 in two grant categories, Innovations in Education and the Continuing Scholar Award.

The Gibbs math teachers received a grant for a school-wide set math games. Specifically, these mathematics games were chosen due to their distinctive alignment with the 6th grade Massachusetts Curriculum Framework for Mathematics.

Arlington Education Foundation has partnered with the Belmont Savings Bank Foundation and the Arlington Public Schools to bring project-based learning to life at the Gibbs School with the installation of a media wall.

Congratulations to our 2018 AHS and Ottoson Star Teachers of the Year!

  • Michael Byrne, Arlington High School, Drama
  • Heather Mahoney, Ottoson Middle School, 6th grade English

What a Buzzing Good Time!

The 2018 Trivia Bee was one for the books.  More laughs, more teams, more contestants than ever before!  A record 32 teams competed for the coveted Trivia Bee crown.

2017 Grant Highlights Video

Thank you for a great year!  View this short video of grants that YOU brought to life in the Arlington Public Schools in 2017.