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We Are Public Education In Nebraska

Arlington students, staff, and board of education were invited to help produce this video that creatively captures our mission, vision and daily commitment to students.  Thank you to our community and patrons who provide us with the support that allows us to make great things happen at Arlington Public Schools.  Click HERE for the video.

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Annual Senior Citizen Christmas Dinner - December 14

The Annual Senior Citizen Christmas Dinner sponsored by Arlington Student Council will be held on December 14, 2016 in the Elementary Gym/Lunch Room from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Transportation will be provided to and from the Arlington Multipurpose Center and pickup will be at 10:30 a.m. As always, entertainment will feature Arlington students. The festivities will conclude with a prize drawing. If you are interested in attending, please . . .

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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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Veteran's Day Program 2016

Thank you to everyone who attended our Veteran's Day Program. A special thank you to all of our veterans for their service to our country!

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Congratulations to Hannah Thompson - Runza Student Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Hannah Thompson on being selected as a Runza Student Athlete of the Week! Hannah's Video.  

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Arlington is Named a W!SE Blue Star School

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 . . .

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National Merit Scholar Logan Sampson

Congratulations to Logan Sampson for earning the distinction of being named a 2017 National Merit semifinalist. Arlington High School is proud of you!

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Shawna Koger Named Outstanding Secondary Business Teacher In Nebraska

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 . . .

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Severe Weather Guidelines

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, . . .

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