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David Anderson, Executive Vice President of Working in Support of Education (W!SE) has just announced that Arlington has been named a Blue Star Schools for the 2015-2016 academic year. A school, testing more than ten students, must have achieved a 80% passing rate on the W!SE Financial Literacy Certification Test and have EITHER a majority of students on a given grade level take the test OR have the students who . . .
Congratulations to Logan Sampson for earning the distinction of being named a 2017 National Merit semifinalist. Arlington High School is proud of you!
The Washington County Historical Association invites the community to hear Arlington history teacher Barry Jurgensen talk about "Walk Forever Free" at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, September 28 at the Washington County Museum.
Shawna Koger has received the Outstanding Secondary Business Teacher Award from the Nebraska State Business Education Association. The award was presented to Koger during the Nebraska Career Education Conference on June 8 in Kearney. “Shawna has worked hard to create and sustain a successful business program for the students of Arlington Public Schools and we are excited that the state has recognized her many . . .
The Arlington Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter is partnering with Two Rivers Bank to teach elementary students how to effectively save money through their new elementary “Bank in School”. Beginning September 9th , elementary students can bring in their money they’d like to put in the bank and save until their sixth grade graduation. Within the bank, FBLA members, who were hired after . . .
Homecoming coronation will be held after the game on September 30 . The homecoming dance will be Saturday, October 1 from 8-10 p.m.
Parents, in an effort to communicate with you prior to dismissing students during times of severe weather or times of imminent danger, we would like for you to know our practice for safety. If there are imminent safety issues at the time of student dismissal, our protocol will be to hold students inside until it is safe to release them. Such situations could include but are not limited to: hail, lightning, tornadoes, gas leaks, . . .
Nine Arlington FBLA members attended the National Leadership Conference in Atlanta, GA, from June 28 to July 3. Members participated in keynote speakers, workshops, and competitive events throughout the week. While in Atlanta and toured CNN Studios, World of Coke, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, and the Georgia Aquarium. Arlington’s competitors included recent graduates Austin Harms, Brandon Keffer, and Dillon . . .
The Nebraska State Legislature has appropriated funds to support the implementation of the Microsoft Information Technology Initiative in Nebraska. Through this initiative, current Information Technology I and II students at Arlington High School were given the opportunity to earn certification in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access at the specialist and expert levels. Becoming certified confirms that . . .
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