No Place for Hate

Whether you’re a student, educator or family member, you have a role to play in combating bias and bullying as a means to stop the escalation of hate. No Place for Hate® is a self-directed program helping all members of your school community do just that. Elementary No Place for Hate Pledges: English Spanish Amharic […]

Equity, Race, and Diversity Resources for Adults

Books for Adults: White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism – Robin DiAngelo How to Be an Antiracist – Ibram X. Kendi So You Want to Talk About Race – Ijeoma Oluo White Kids (Critical Perspectives on Youth) – Margaret A. Hagerman Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting […]

Equity, Race, and Diversity Resources for Families

A Great Place to Start: Understanding Equity and Inequity from Equity Literacy Institute. Arlington Public Schools Office of Equity and Excellence National Museum of African American History & Culture – Talking about Race NPR: Talking Race with Young Children A video for families on how to handle conversations about race, racism, diversity and inclusion, even with very […]

School Family Partnership Principles

The Carlin Springs Elementary School community is committed to partnering with families in the education of their children in accordance with the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), most recently reauthorized as the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 (ESSA) and Arlington Public Schools Family Engagement Policy and Policy Implementation Procedures (PIP). Goals To ensure that all students […]

School Family Partnerships

School Family Engagement Opportunities throughout the School Year August 25, 2022 – Open House – Families are invited to visit their child’s classroom and meet the teachers and staff at the school building. September 8, 2022 – Back to School Night – Families meet grade level teams and receive information about the school year and […]

Title I

Carlin Springs Elementary is a Title I School. Please use the following links to learn about Our Title I School-Wide Program. What does it mean to be a Title I school? Qualified, Effective Teachers High Academic Standards Additional Instructional Support, Early Intervention, and Professional Development Family Engagement and Community Partnerships Please complete the following survey […]

Title I – Parental Rights

PARENTAL RIGHT TO INFORMATION ABOUT TEACHERS The Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 (ESSA) guarantees parents in Title I schools the right to request certain information about their child’s teachers. The information that you have a right to request about your child’s teacher is: a. Whether the teacher has met state qualifications and licensing criteria […]

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Mental Health Team/ Equipo de Salud Mental

We are a collaborative team that works together to provide services to support our students and families.  For more information on our team, please click on the link below. Somos un equipo de colaboración que trabaja juntos para proveer servicios de apoyo a nuestros estudiantes y familias. Para más información sobre nuestro equipo, por favor […]

Race, Equity, & Diversity Resources

School counselors are advocates for the equitable treatment of all students in school and in the community. School counselors are prepared to talk to students about race issues and anti-racism. In addition to ASCA standards guiding ethical, equitable, and inclusive school environments and school counseling programs, the following resources are helpful in addressing issues of […]