Principals Notes from Nottingham

Principal’s Notes from Nottingham – February 27, 2018

Does your child struggle with reading or writing? Do you want help for your child, but do not know what questions to ask? Maybe your child is receiving an intervention that does not seem to be effective? Or is your child receiving effective reading instruction/intervention that other children should have access to?

Principal’s Notes from Nottingham – February 2, 2018

I hope you enjoyed the additional family time last week; our instructional staff were busy preparing report cards and preparing lesson and unit plans for the 3rd quarter. Hard to believe it’s here already! Report cards will be sent home on Tuesday, February 13th.

Principal’s Notes from Nottingham – January 10, 2018

Attendance Update: NEW PROCEDURE – If your child is going to be tardy or absent please call the attendance line at 703-228-5292 and email as well as your child’s teacher.

Principal’s Notes from Nottingham – January 5, 2018

Happy New Year to you and yours! It is wonderful to see our sleepy Knights back here in the halls of Nottingham. I enjoyed family and friend time in MA, which did not quite prepare me for these wintry temperatures!

Principal’s Notes from Nottingham – December 19, 2017

Season’s Greetings from our “home” to yours! The purposeful planning of our teachers and the hard work of our Knights is still on display as we work collaboratively to finish academic units of study, culminate Project Based Learning units and finish assessments before the winter holidays begin.

Principal’s Notes from Nottingham – December 6, 2017

Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher.   -Japanese Proverb Dear Parents/Guardians: It brings me great pleasure to announce Nottingham’s selection for our 2017 Teacher of the Year, Special Education Lead Teacher, Sarah Garrett! Our Teacher of the Year committee met and reviewed attributes of all our […]

Principal’s Notes from Nottingham – November 15, 2017

Right education should help the student, not only to develop his capacities, but to understand his own highest interest. – J. Krishnamurti Dear Parents/Guardians, Arlington Public Schools issued the following news release: Acceptable Use Policy (Technology/1:1 Device) Community Discussion Community Can Provide Input In-Person and Online from Nov. 15-Dec. 1 APS is hosting a community […]