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Community invited to workshop to discuss Post Middle School


September 6, 2017 | View PDF

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Parents, staff, students and community members listen to a presentation on the future of Post Middle School during a symposium in May.

Arlington Public Schools (APS) invites parents, students, staff and community members to a workshop on Thursday, Sept. 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Post Middle School commons to explore ideas for a possible replacement building for the school.

An interactive exercise will provide input on the qualities that a new Post Middle School should have. The exercise will be led by McGranahan Architects, the same firm that designed Arlington High School.

"If we build a replacement for Post Middle School, it could be built on the same site as the current school, but would be configured to provide features that better support middle school education," said Brian Lewis, APS executive director of operations. "We invite the community to help us better understand what they believe those qualities should be."

A symposium was conducted in May to discuss safety and security at all buildings, the future of Post and projections for student population enrollment growth.


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