Kindergarten, first-grade, and second-grade classes will have the opportunity to meet nonfiction children’s author Ginjer L. Clarke on Wednesday, November 13. Ginjer writes fun, fact-filled nonfiction science books about wild, wonderful animals and places that make learning about nature entertaining and engaging. During her time with students, Ginjer will read from her books and talk about being an author, how a book gets made, writing tips and exercises, and fascinating facts about some unusual creatures.
Exciting news! The Hoffman-Boston PTA has been selected as a recipient of the 2019 STEM + Families Science Festival grant, sponsored by Bayer. Thank you to our own STEM teacher Ms. Fields for partnering with us on this project.
We will receive $1,000 in funding plus $250 for supplies to host a STEM + Families Science Festival. Stay tuned for details about when this fabulous event will be held!
Thank you @NationalPTA, @HFBSTEM, @APSVirginia, @HFBAllStars, @Bayer!
Enjoy nature with your family as you hike the trails, try fishing in the pond, paddle a canoe, or visit with the animals in the Lab. We’ll have a cookout with hot dogs and smores or you can bring a picnic to enjoy. It’s fun for all ages and free for Arlington Families and friends.
While at the lab, talk to AOEA board members about the upcoming capital projects or how you could volunteer. We’re looking for additional board members and have lots of great projects on our plate!
Consider carpooling with neighbors or friends to reduce your carbon footprint. Directions can be found here and parking info will be posted closer to the event.
In case of inclement weather, check back here for cancellations or updates. An Open House Rain Date has been tentatively scheduled for Sunday October 27th 12-4pm.
We look forward to seeing you!
To promote the great health, environmental, community-building and transportation benefits of walking, biking and rolling to school, Arlington Public Schools will celebrate Walk, Bike and Roll to School Day 2019 on Wednesday, October 2.
This year marks APS’ 18th annual celebration, and students here in Arlington will join schools, families, community members, law enforcement and elected officials around the world in walking, biking, and rolling to school.