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ASD considers $107M bond

The Arlington School Board is considering sending a $107 million bond to the voters that would rebuild Post Middle School and expand Arlington High School. The bond measure is constructed so that the...

 

Haller students Skype with NASA engineer

Haller Middle School students Skyped with NASA engineer, Nujoud Merancy, on Oct. 5 to learn more about the Orion spacecraft and its mission. Merancy is the planning and analysis lead engineer for...

 

APS OKs administrative changes

The Arlington Public Schools' (APS) Board of Directors confirmed the following administrative changes at its Aug. 14 meeting. The change are: Ryan Barci - Barci is the new Assistant Principal at...

 

Arlington schools discuss possible bond proposals

A new Post Middle School building and other facilities needs were discussed between community members and Arlington School District officials on May 30. District officials and community members have...

 

Students study seeds that have been to space

They're seeds that have gone where no seed has gone before. Over the past month, sixth-grade science students at Haller Middle School have been studying tomato seeds that have gone to space to see...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    March 29, 2017

Local lacrosse teams face off in Arlington

The Stanwood Spartans boys lacrosse team took on the Snohomish Panthers in a dominate game from beginning to end, on March 24 at Haller Middle School. From the start to the finish Stanwood looked...

 

Levy lid extension helps school districts

The maximum amount of funds that Washington state school districts can collect from local levies was scheduled to be reduced by 4 percent in 2018, but state legislators have pushed that date back by...

 

Sweeting gives State of the District

Arlington Public Schools Superintendent Chrys Sweeting talked about future goals and the current state of the district in her first Arlington State of the District on Jan. 26. Many of the district's...

 

Sweeting to give State of the District

Arlington School District Superintendent Chrys Sweeting will hold her first State of the District address on Jan. 26. This is the ninth annual State of the District for Arlington Public Schools, but t...

 

Arlington teacher selected to attend 'Green Boot Camp'

Local Arlington science teacher Rachel Harrington, from Haller Middle School, will be one of 50 teachers from 13 countries to attend a "Green Boot Camp" to improve lessons for students on...

 

ASD board names 3 finalists for superintendent

The Arlington School District school board is closer to a decision for the district's next superintendent as they have chosen their three finalist candidates. The board interviewed six semi-finalists...

 
 By andrew Hines    Sports    June 8, 2016

Hawt Mama's win Stilly Puff Cup

The Stilly Puff Cup pitted the Arlington Eagle "Hawt Mama's" against the Stanwood Spartans Moms in a gritty defensive battle throughout the entire game. Stanwood scored first in the third quarter,...

 

Arlington AAU girls win state title

Arlington's seventh-grade AAU girls basketball team won the state championship for their league on March 13 in Spokane. The seventh-graders were down by six points at halftime against the Camas team,...

 

Easter Egg Hunts set for March 25, 26

Families looking for a community Easter Egg Hunt this year can go to the city of Marysville or city of Arlington for free egg hunts, and they can go to a nighttime flashlight Easter Egg Hunt in Arling...

 

Rep. Larsen speaks with Haller students

Haller Middle School students got to learn what happens in Washington, D.C. from U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen on Jan. 20. "Toward the beginning of the year, we were doing some reading about the separation...

 

Arlington students create ornaments

Haller Middle School students helped create ornaments that will be placed on the Christmas tree in the Capitol building in Olympia this holiday season. Lanette Ziegler's class created ornaments by...

 

Arlington High homecoming events begin Sept. 30

Arlington High School’s homecoming activities will be held next week beginning on Sept. 30, including a fireworks show and performances this year. A parade, banana split bar, soccer tournament and more will be held on Sept. 30 while the homecoming...

 
 By Scott Frank    Opinion    June 17, 2015

Summer heating up with trio of events

Summer fun in North Snohomish County is heating up with a trio of annual festivals which feature a wide variety of activities that will be enjoyed by people of all ages. Marysville’s 2015 Strawberry Festival kicks off the summer fun this week....

 

Haller Middle School holds first STEM fair

Haller Middle School held its first STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Fair on May 14 thanks to a grant from the Arlington Education Foundation. Students demonstrated their scientific...

 

Rep. Larsen looks at STEM in Arlington

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen visited Arlington's Post Middle School and Haller Middle School to look at the STEM opportunities for students in the local district. "STEM education has become much more...

 

Local student wins PUD art contest

Dacian Moses-Lindenmuth was recognized by the Public Utilities District at their April 21 board meeting for winning the 2015 PUD art contest. The contest was open to all K-12 students in Snohomish...

 

Colorful 5k run comes to Arlington

Color Vibe 5K will bring their style of 5K run that makes participants more colorful as they run the event in Arlington on May 9. Their 5K fun-run involves color stations that participants go through to get their white outfits colored with tie-dye...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    April 8, 2015

Arlington considers ordinance against camping, solicitation

Arlington City Council was scheduled to hold a public hearing Monday, April 6, on amending an ordinance against camping and solicitation and on an ordinance to vacate Union Street. The ACLU of Washington asked the city to reconsider an ordinance...

 

Challenge Day changes lives

Challenge Day changed the lives of two groups of Arlington High School students and staff on Feb. 17 and 18. In addition, Feb. 19 was held for students from both Post and Haller middle schools. Challe...

 

Annual bicycle event honors Oso this year

This year's annual McClinchy Mile Bicycle Ride on March 15 will serve as a memorial to those affected by the Oso landslide. Five dollars from every rider's fees will support the Oso-area Whitehorse...

 

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