ARLINGTON — The following is a message from Superintendent Dr. Kathleen Bodie regarding the death of U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Marwan S. Ghabour, a former Arlington Public Schools student who was tragically killed in an overseas helicopter crash on Thursday, Nov. 12.
Arlington Public Schools’ Peirce Elementary to Reopen Using Fully Remote Model Following Positive Staff Case of COVID-19
ARLINGTON — Superintendent Kathleen Bodie announces that Peirce Elementary School will pursue a fully remote learning model tomorrow and into next week after a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19.
ARLINGTON — Police Chief Julie Flaherty, Superintendent Kathleen Bodie and Town Manager Adam Chapdelaine report that the Arlington Police Department is investigating following the vandalism of a banner outside Arlington High School that reads “We Believe Black Lives Matter.”
Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Burlington, Lexington and Winchester Schools to Close Starting Tomorrow
Schools to Close through at Least March 27 — As superintendents of schools await further guidance from state and federal public health officials, a group of superintendents in Middlesex County have collaborated to make a timely and unified decision about school closure.
A Statement from Arlington Public Schools Superintendent Kathleen Bodie and Principal Brian Meringer
The following is an update from Arlington Public Schools Superintendent Kathleen Bodie and Ottoson Middle School Principal Brian Meringer on the anti-Semitic graffiti and meme that was found in a bathroom at the middle school on Friday, Oct. 4.
Town government leaders in Arlington are taking action after two girls were stuck by a used, discarded syringe while playing outside a school in town during an after-school program.
Statement of Arlington Public Schools Superintendent Kathleen Bodie Regarding Allegedly Racist Text Messages at Middle School
ARLINGTON — Dr. Kathleen Bodie, Superintendent of Arlington Public Schools, releases the following statement regarding allegedly racist text messages at Ottoson Middle School.
ARLINGTON — Dr. Kathleen Bodie, Superintendent of Arlington Public Schools reports that Arlington High School has resumed normal activity after receiving automated bomb threats this morning.
ARLINGTON — Dr. Kathleen Bodie, Superintendent of Arlington Public Schools releases the following statement regarding threats made to Arlington High School this morning: