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Information on APS Summer Athletic Camps and Free Sports Screenings

Flyers for other camps will be added as they become available.          

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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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Rachel Kraemer named Runza Student of the Week

Arlington Senior Rachel Kraemer was recently named Runza Student of the Week. Click HERE for her video.

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Middle School Team Places Third in State in Nebraska Economics Challenge

  Every year the Nebraska Council on Economic Education hosts the Nebraska Economics Challenge. The Challenge is an opportunity for students to demonstrate their knowledge of Economic Literacy by competing with other students across the state in written examinations. Each student completed an online exams that cover topics in macro, micro and international economics. The individual scores of each team member were then averaged . . .

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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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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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