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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...

 

Community can tour Arlington schools

Arlington Public Schools invite the public to tour the district's schools during their "Know Our Schools" event on Nov. 15. This year's event will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and begins at...

 

Arlington schools discuss bond proposal

Arlington School District staff are preparing a recommendation for a bond proposal that could go to the voters in 2018 that would include rebuilding Post Middle School. The district held a meeting wit...

 

Community invited to workshop to discuss Post Middle School

Arlington Public Schools (APS) invites parents, students, staff and community members to a workshop on Thursday, Sept. 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Post Middle School commons to explore ideas for a...

 

Arlington schools prepare for start of new school year

The Arlington School District is preparing for the new school year with new initiatives to improve facilities and education for students. Officials at the district have adopted a new strategic plan...

 

Marysville enjoys Strawberry Festival

The Marysville Strawberry Festival brought thousands to the city's downtown for parades, a carnival, the Market in the Park and much more. The Kiddies Parade and Grand Parade down State Avenue are...

 

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...

 

Post students learn about first aid

A drug-awareness campaign in the fall hosted by the Arlington Drug Awareness Coalition (ADAC) prompted Post Middle School students in the advanced computer and yearbook classes to learn more about...

 

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...

 

Local students watch inauguration

Students at Post Middle School in Arlington took some time during their U.S. History class on Jan. 20 to watch a piece of history happen live: the inauguration of the 45th president of the United...

 

Internet safety expert speaks at Lakewood

Lakewood High School brought in internet safety expert Darren Laur to talk to parents and students about digital safety and other realities of the modern age. Laur is a retired Staff Sergeant from the Victoria City Police Department where he spent...

 

Post students visit 9/11 memorial

Eighth-graders from Post Middle School in Arlington got to see one of the pieces of the World Trade Center and learn about the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on Sept. 9. This is the second year in...

 

Ronald Maurice DeMuynck

Ron DeMuynck was born to Maurice and Mildred DeMuynck on July 8, 1934, and passed away on Aug. 18, 2016. He had a small hobby farm in Arlington, Wash. He started his own company, North West WA Feed...

 

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,...

 

Participation in Arlington All In Crime Prevention Campaign by Arlington Public Schools leads to arrest

On the morning of March 22, the Arlington Police Department responded to a report from staff of the Arlington School District of an uninvited party on the grounds of Eagle Creek Elementary school. Arlington Public Schools leadership had been notified...

 

Celebrate Marysville

The city of Marysville is celebrating its 125th anniversary this week and it's gone from being a small logging outpost in the Pacific Northwest to the second biggest city in the county. The city was f...

 

ASD asks voters to renew P&O levy

The Arlington School District will put their educational programs and operations levy on the ballot this February for renewal. The district is asking for nearly $57 million across four years to...

 

Police identify three suspects in bomb threat

Through cooperative effort, Arlington Police Department and Arlington Public Schools staff were able to identify three young men involved in the Dec. 16 bomb threat at Post Middle School. The three boys, all 13-years-old, have accepted...

 

Bomb threat at Post Middle School

Post Middle School was evacuated for about an hour after a written bomb threat was found at the school on Dec. 16. No explosive devices were located in the school, according to Arlington police officials. At 12:45 p.m. Arlington police department...

 

ASD votes to send levy to voters

The Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors passed a resolution on Nov. 9 to place the Renewal of Expiring Educational Programs and Operations Levy on the Feb. 9, 2016, ballot. State law requires school districts to periodically ask voters to...

 

Community tours Arlington schools

Parents and community members toured the schools of Arlington School District during the district's Know Your Schools event on Oct. 29. At this event participants were brought to Weston High School,...

 

ASD hosts Know Your Schools on Oct. 29

Arlington community members and parents can learn more about some local schools and the students at them during the district's Know Your Schools event. Arlington School District superintendent...

 

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 teachers hold one-day strike

Arlington, Lakewood and Stanwood teachers held a one-day strike and marched down Arlington's Olympic Avenue on April 22 to protest the state legislature's handling of education funding. Five other...

 

Gov. awards Medal of Valor

The communities of Arlington, Darrington, Oso and the Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe were recognized with the Washington state Medal of Valor on March 18 for their response to the Oso landslide. The...

 

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