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Arlington Public Schools Begins Superintendent Search Process with McPherson & Jacobson, L.L.C.

The Arlington Public Schools Board of Education has selected McPherson & Jacobson, L.L.C., Executive Recruitment and Development to assist them in the important task of selecting superintendent candidates for the board to interview.  McPherson & Jacobson ( www.macnjake.com ) is one of the nation’s leading search firms and is based out of Omaha.  McPherson & Jacobson has over 100 consultants located in . . .

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Fall Final Exam Schedule

Thursday –  December 20, 2018 Period 1   8:15 – 9:26 am Period 3   9:29 – 10:40 am Advisor (TA) Break  10:43 – 11:03 am Period 4   11:06 – 12:17 pm Period 5   12:20 – 1:30 pm     Friday –  December 21, 2018 Period 6   8:15 – 9:26 am Period 7 . . .

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Stopping for School Buses

Nationwide there has been very tragic incidents recently around school bus stops.  Locally we experience continued issues with stop arm runs.  We do use our cameras and work with law enforcement to try to address those situations as much as possible.  Observation would suggest that drivers may not clearly understand the law.  The Nebraska Safety Center has provided this graphic that details when drivers must stop for . . .

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Alek Timm Named Runza Student Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Arlington Senior Alek Timm on being named Runza's Student Athlete of the Week!  Click HERE to view the video.

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Student Accident Insurance

Protecting the health and welfare of students is a concern that all school administrators face each and every day. Student Accident Insurance helps ease those concerns by providing benefits for injuries that occur during school hours and or school sponsored and supervised activities (i.e. athletics, gym class, playground, field trips, JROTC, etc.). Student accident insurance serves to reduce out of pocket expenses not paid by primary . . .

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Resources for Netflix Series "13 Reasons Why"

Dear Parents and Guardians, We are sending this email to make you aware of the May 18th release by Netflix of season 2 of 13 Reasons Why. The series revolves around a high school student, Clay Jensen, and his friend Hannah Baker, a girl who takes her own life after suffering a series of demoralizing circumstances brought on by select individuals at her school. A box of cassette tapes, recorded by Hannah before her suicide, . . .

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Middle School Team Places First in State Stock Market Game

Makayla Clark, Mackenzie O'Flaherty, and Alaina Schwedhelm were the first place Middle School Team in the state Stock Market Game for the spring semester.  The girls turned their $100,000 into over $108,000 in a 13-week time period. The event is sponsored by the Nebraska Council on Economic Education. They were honored on Wednesday at the Stock Market Awards Banquet at the UNL Champions Club in Lincoln along . . .

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2018 Pinnacle Bank Outstanding High School Leaders

Midland University hosted the 2018 Pinnacle Bank Outstanding High School Leaders at a luncheon on Friday, March 23. Four Arlington High School juniors were among those recognized. The honorees also received a $25,000 scholarship, renewable for four years for a total of $100,000, to Midland University. Arlington honorees included:  Alek Timm, Emily Kraemer, Maggie Schmidt, and Mackenzie Hagemeister

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Gabbi Anzalone Wins State InvestWrite Stock Market Essay Contest

Eighth grade student Gabbi Anzalone was recognized for her first place finish in the InvestWrite Stock Market Essay Contest. Gabbi finished first in the state in the middle-school division. Each semester, schools from across the state and nation submit essays to be judged. This fall Arlington students submitted essays related to creating a portfolio for non-profit organizations. The 500 to 900 word essays were judged by an independent . . .

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