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Community Engagement Event and Survey

The role of the school board is to look out for students.  All of their decisions are focused on the education of our children.  When making decisions about school programs and initiatives they want to incorporate the views of the community.  All stakeholders are invited to attend a  meeting on Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the elementary multipurpose gym to join in this discussion and . . .

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Arlington FBLA Members Attend the 2017 National Fall Leadership Conference

Ten Arlington FBLA members attended the 2017 National Fall Leadership Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, on November 10-11, joining over 2,300 members from around the country.  Members toured the Gateway Arch, the Old Courthouse, and the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank prior to the start of the conference.   Members listened to keynote speakers and attended several breakout workshops on relationship building, . . .

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Arlington FBLA Members Alek Timm and Rachel Kraemer Honored at State Capitol

Congratulations to Arlington FBLA members Alek Timm and Rachel Kraemer who were honored at the Capitol by the Commissioner of Education for their Top 3 finish at National FBLA in the Partnership with Business Project.  This recognition ceremony, held on Monday, November 13, was for all Career Student Organizations (FBLA, FFA, SkillsUSA, HOSA, FCCLA, DECA, PBL) and recognizes those individuals and teams that finish at the . . .

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Senior Maddie Foreman is the Artsonia "Artist of the Week"

Senior Maddie Foreman's drawing was selected as top in the 10-12th grade division, earning her the Artsonia "Artist of the Week" award. 

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A Teenager's Guide to Sleep

A Teenager's Guide to Sleep

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Arlington FBLA Excels at National Leadership Conference

Eight Arlington FBLA members traveled to Anaheim, California for the National Leadership Conference. The Arlington FBLA chapter finished 3rd in the nation in the Partnership with Business Project. This project is the chapter's Bank in School partnership with Two Rivers Bank. Team members were Rachel Kraemer and Alek Timm. The Management Decision Making team of Brad Ernesti, Reece Krueger, and Logan Sampson finished . . .

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Arlington student Madeline Espinoza wins state InvestWrite essay competition

Arlington middle school student Madeline Espinoza recently won the statewide InvestWrite essay competition.  In the InvestWrite essay competition, students write an essay on a specific topic related to investment and the stock market. This year the topic of the essay was virtual reality. “They write 500 words analyzing a company that is dealing with virtual reality, so they are taking the knowledge they’ve . . .

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Arlington Students Raise Awareness of Human Trafficking

Arlington High School students were featured on the March 6, 2017 evening broadcast on Fox 42 News. Senior CiCi Oliver and Junior Grace Volk were highlighted in a story designed to raise awareness about human trafficking. Click HERE for the video.

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Arlington's Steven Gubbels has been named winner of Huskerland's Class C-1 Behrens Coaching Award

Leading his team to 10 straight wins to open the season, reaching the state playoff semifinals for the first time in school history, Arlington’s Steven Gubbels has been named Huskerland’s Class C -1 Behrens Coaching Award winner. Gubbels has been at Arlington for 19 years, compiling a 93 -83 coaching record. Prior to his arrival at Arlington he taught and served as an assistant to Pius X legend Tim Aylward and also taught and . . .

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AHS Teachers and Students Receive the 2016 Frederick Douglass Human Rights Award

As a result of their efforts and accomplishments with the  Walk Forever Free  campaign, five Arlington High School students and teachers in Arlington, Nebraska will receive the 2016 Frederick Douglass Human Rights Award from Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI).    Tierra Krivohlavek, Tamisha Krivohlavek, Austin Harms, Ambers Sims and Barry Jurgensen, the five award winners, were all instrumental in the . . .

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