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Socktober is in Full Swing

Looking to help out people in need? Check here to learn more about Socktober!

Meet the Teacher: Ms. Hiller

As times change, so does the staff at Arlington. With this in mind, click here to find out more about our new Junior High English teacher, Ms. Hiller!

Senior of The Month: October

Senior of the month is given to a senior who is nominated by teachers. They get nominated because of their work ethic, kindness, and willingness to help. Winning Senior of the Month is an honor and desired by many.

The Pride of the Red Devils

As the football season marches on, so does the nearly 50 year tradition of the All Brass Marching Band. Click here to read more!

Doc Castor - In Their Words

The Legacy of Harold H. “Doc” Castor By: Adelyn Lafferty  “When he talked, no one else did.”  “He was 99% above any other coach at the time in every aspect.”  ...

French Honor Society Inductees

We are pleased to announce our newest members of the French National Honor Society, we know they will do great work. Click here to learn more about the organization and it's members!

Starting the Day Off Right: Arlington Elementary

By: Makenna Zehender Friday mornings are one of Arlington Elementary’s favorite parts of the week. The students start their day in the Cable Auditorium and have a fifteen minute “Town Hall.” Town Hall is a ...

Adding Color to Local Businesses

Last week, children in grades 4-6 competed for making the best ad for local businesses. Click here to find out how the students at Arlington did!

Holy MOLEy! It's Mole Day!

On October 23, Chemistry I and II kids celebrated Mole Day. Click here to read more about it!

#breakingstereotypes

Currently, society can be very stereotypical when it comes to certain topics, genders, races, and classes. Arlington’s junior high is working to fight back against the so-called “normal” and expectations. Click here to find out how.

Meet the Teacher: Mrs. Cheney

As times change, so does the staff at Arlington. With this in mind, click here to find out more about our new Secretary, Mrs. Cheney!

National French Week

This upcoming week is National French Week, and the French students are planning show off their spirit! Click here to read more about National French Week!

Setting Her Way to History

As the fall sports season comes to a close, now is the time to look back on the achievements of our fall athletes. Click here to read about one of them!

STEM Day

On Tuesday, October 31, Arlington junior high girls attended STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Day at Bowling Green State University. Click here to read more!

Honoring Loved and Lost Ones

This past week was El Día De Los Muertos (The Day of the Dead), a 3-day celebration honoring loved ones that have passed on. Click here to see how the Spanish classes got in on the festivities!

Read It and Weep- Book Recommendations

In the modern world we live in, great pieces of literature have been believed to be far gone. However, that is not the case. Click here to see some pieces of literature Red Devils believe are memorable!

2017 Fall Sports Banquet

With the fall sports season over, it is time to reflect on how our fall athletes did this season. Click here to find out how our athletes did!

Meet the Teacher: Mrs. Griffin

As times change, so does the staff at Arlington. With this in mind, click here to find out more about our new music teacher, Mrs. Griffin!

Senior of the Month: November

Senior of the month is given to a senior who is nominated by teachers. They get nominated because of their work ethic, kindness, and willingness to help. Winning Senior of the Month is an honor and desired by many.

Giving Season

The season of giving and kindness is quickly approaching. The students and organizations at Arlington High School will graciously be accepting canned food donations and also scarves, mittens and hats. Click here to see how you can help.

Thank You For Your Service

This past Saturday was Veteran's Day. Click here to see how Arlington commemorated this important holiday.

Thanksgiving

The holidays are quickly approaching! With that in mind, click here to find out how to get ready for Thanksgiving!

Advice From an Alum

As students are slowly growing up, it is wise to look staff on how to get ready for what is ahead of them. Click here to see what one of Arlington's teachers had to say!

Get Cultured, Arlington!

While pop culture is constantly changing, the same cannot really be said about music. However, if you are wanting to hear some new music, click here to see what songs students are listening to!

H.A.P.P.Y. Weekend

With young teenagers being pressured to use drugs or alcohol by their peers, programs are being created prevent this. Click here to read about Hancock County's program and how you can learn more about H.A.P.P.Y!

Red Cross Blood Drive (Feb. 6)

If you signed up to donate for the Red Cross blood drive on February 6th, you might have some questions or concerns about donating, how long it will take, the process, or anything else. If this applies to you, click to read more!

Senior of the Month: December

Senior of the month is given to a senior who is nominated by teachers. They get nominated because of their work ethic, kindness, and willingness to help. Winning Senior of the Month is an honor and desired by many.

Believe It Or Not, It's Christmas

Need someone to talk to? Got something on your mind? Click here to read more about how Arlington is taking care of these problems with their new support group, BIONIC.

Get Cultured, Arlington! -Christmas Movies

Looking for a good movie to watch over the holidays? Click here!

Junior High Community Service

With the Holiday Season in full swing, the Junior High students came together to give back to the community of Arlington. Click here to see how.

Drive Safely!

Don't know what should be in your car to stay safe this Winter? Click here!

New Reads for the New Year

Looking for something new to read for the new year? Click here!

Winter Activities For All

Looking for something to do during the winter? Click here!

New Year: Time To Get Your Life Together

With the new year rolling in, people will try to change themselves for the better. Click to see how you can better yourself for 2018!

College Panel

With Graduation only one semester away, some Arlington alumni came in to give Juniors and Seniors their stories and to answer questions. Click here to read more!

Tips to Help You Power Through the 2nd Semester

As the first semester comes to an end, many students may feel drained and tired, and unmotivated to continue to do well in their classes and extracurriculars. To try to ease some of the mid-year lag that we all feel, here are some school/life tips to keep

Interviewing a Veteran

As students grow up, it is important to understand what the armed forces does for this country. With this in mind, the eighth grade class had to opportunity to learn more about the armed forces from veterans from three different wars. Click here to read m

Senior of the Month: January

Senior of the month is given to a senior who is nominated by teachers. They get nominated because of their work ethic, kindness, and willingness to help. Winning Senior of the Month is an honor and desired by many.

Learn How To Be Not Like Me

Looking for a way to not stress out as much? Click here to find some helpful tips on stress relief!

Solo and Ensemble 2018

Every year, students around the district have the opportunity to show off their music skills in the Solo and Ensemble contest. Click here to see how Arlington students did!

Urgent Need of Blood

The student council's next blood drive will be held February 6th. Click here to read more on how you can help!

B-I-O-N-I-C Training Day

On January 26th, 2018, the Arlington BIONIC team had the opportunity to learn leadership training from a professional. Click here to read more about it!

Treat Yourself

Spending another Valentine's Day without a significant other? Click here to see some great ways to treat yourself this Valentine's day!

Valentine's Day Is Fun!

Need ideas on how to spend your Valentine's Day with your significant other? Click Here!

“Talk is Cheap, the Message Isn’t”: An Introduction to David Kohout

Friday, February 9th, junior high and high school students will have the opportunity to hear from David Kohout from "Talk is Cheap", a non-profit organization dedicated to building character and leaders. Click here to read more about Kohout!

Recycling Club 2018

This year, students at Arlington decided to start a recycling club! Here are some pictures!

Senior of the Month: February

Senior of the month is given to a senior who is nominated by teachers. They get nominated because of their work ethic, kindness, and willingness to help. Winning Senior of the Month is an honor and desired by many.

Lights! Camera! Action!

The Class of 2019 will put on the annual Junior Class Play on March 16th and 17th. Click here to learn more!

National FFA Week

February 19 to the 24 was national FFA week. The FFA kids celebrate this to embrace FFA traditions and look to the future. Click here to learn a little more about the week!

IT'S PROM SEASON!!

Prom is just around the corner! Need a checklist of what you need? Click here!

From the Top of the Rock to Grand Central Station!

The annual Senior trip to New York City is just around the corner! Click here to learn more about the trip!

Book Madness: Because Sports Aren't For Everyone

While March means it is time for March Madness for sports fans, not everyone is a fan of the month-long tournament. With this in mind, the English department decided to create their own version of March Madness! Click here to read more!

The Iron Giraffe Challenge

This month, the junior high classes will be hosting fundraisers for the Iron Giraffe Challenge. Click here to read more about this.

Making a "Change"

This year, the French National Honor Society put on a change war to support Heifer International. Click here to read more!

Science Olympiad

March 17th, Science National Honor Society students will go to BGSU for Science Olympiad. Click here to read more!

Imagination Station

On March 12, 2018, students K-9 had the opportunity to do activities courtesy of Imagination Station! Click here to learn more!

Senior of the Month: March

Senior of the month is given to a senior who is nominated by teachers. They get nominated because of their work ethic, kindness, and willingness to help. Winning Senior of the Month is an honor and desired by many.

Pi Day

Every year, the Math Department celebrates Pi Day. Click here to read more!

Waking Up In A City That Never Sleeps

For years, one of the biggest things seniors look forward to their senior year is the annual trip to New York City! Click here to see how this year's trip went!

Spring Sports Season Preview

Spring sports has just begun! Click here to see a preview!

3rd Quarter Honor Roll

One thing Arlington takes pride in is its academics. Click here to view this 3rd Quarter's honor roll!

The Final Stretch: How to Make it Through Successfully

With the end of the year on the horizon, students are beginning to not be motivated to finish the year strong. Click here for some tips on how to finish the year strong!

Warm Weather Activities

With the weather changing, comes new activities for people to do. Click here to find some new things to do this spring!

Hallway Manners

One of the lesser known problems in Arlington is the problem of hallways. Click here to read this real problem in the school.

2018 Findlay Art League K-5 Student Art Show

Every year, Elementary Art students enter their pieces to the Findlay Art League K-5 Student Art Show. Click here to see who represented Arlington this year!

Senior of the Month: April

Senior of the month is given to a senior who is nominated by teachers. They get nominated because of their work ethic, kindness, and willingness to help. Winning Senior of the Month is an honor and desired by many.

Lifelong Learning Day

This year, in effort to help students prepare for a future career, Arlington will be putting on its first Lifelong Learning Day! Click here to read more!

The Ethics of Recycling

This year, the Ethics class is doing a recycling unit. On top of this, the class decided to some recycling of their own! Click here to read more!

2018 Findlay Art League 6-12 Student Art Show

Congratulations to Arlington’s 7th grader, Tiffany Miller, for having her artwork displayed at the 2018 Findlay Art League 6-12 Student Art Show. Click here to see her piece!

FFA Banquet

Click here to read more about the 2018 FFA Banquet!

2018 Prom Spirit Week

Thank you to all the students who participated in Prom Spirit Week! Click here to see some pictures!

Summer Checklist

Looking for some ways to beat summer boredom? Click here!

Lifelong Learning Day

This year, Arlington High School began a new tradition, "Lifelong Learning Day". Click here to read more!

How to Keep Cool in the Summer Heat

With the weather warming up, students will need to adjust to the change. Click here for some tips on how to beat the heat!

Arlington Fine Arts Fest

Another year, another successful Arts Fest! Click here to read more!

Junior High Career Day

This year, the Junior High classes decided to do a career day! Click here to read more!

Interviewing Royalty

On May 10th, students at Arlington had the opportunity to meet with Miss Ohio 2017! Click here to read more!

The Joyce Ivy Foundation

The Joyce Ivy Foundation’s Summer Scholars Program is provided by a non-profit organization and it awards money to girls in the Midwest to attend Ivy League School Summer programs. This year, Anna Edmiston will represent Arlington! Click here to read more

A Trip in Review

This past weekend the All-Brass Marching Band had the opportunity to march the annual Tulip Festival in Holland, Michigan! Click here to read more!

Why Arlington?

Not satisfied with your community? Click here for a list of reasons why you should move to Arlington!

2018-2019 Class Officers and Student Council Members

Click here for a list of the 2018-2019 school year Class Officers and Student Council members!

Walk of Fame

Click here to get all the information you need for the Walk of Fame for Kindal Inbody!

Arlington Athletic Boosters - 1st Annual Golf Scramble

The Arlington Athletic Boosters will host their 1st Annual Golf Scramble at Sycamore Springs Golf Course on August 19th, 2018.

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Grades 7-11 Grade Cards Available 6/4/18

Grade cards for grades 7-11 will be available starting the week of June 4th. Office hours are 8-12 and 1-3.

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2018-2019 Class Officers and Student Council Members

Click here for a list of the 2018-2019 school year Class Officers and Student Council members!

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