upcoming DATEs

July 2020

July 28-Yearbook Distribution 
      Seniors Only  10:00-1:00
      Everyone         1:00-6:00
July 29- Yearbook Distribution
      Everyone         3:00-6:00



March 23- Early Release, All Students 

March 28-30
- Elementary Conferences, Elementary Early Release

April 2-6- Spring Break, No School
No events available.

yearbooks are here

If you did not pick up your yearbook or buy a yearbook during distribution last week, you’ll have that opportunity once the school office opens August 13th. We have roughly 50 left for sale. You’ll need to specify that you want to purchase a 19-20 book!Yearbook

50 books are available to purchase, $70 exact cash or check ONLY.


If you need to order transcripts, there is a link in the Quicklinks section.>>>
Click on the button that says "order records" and follow the directions.


If you still have Chromebooks, hotspots, textbooks, library books, athletic equipment or AFJROTC uniforms that need to be returned, we will be open for returns beginning August 13th.

congratulations to our nwesd teacher of the year

Teacher of the YearArlington High School teacher Ben Ballew, named as 2021 Regional Teacher of the Year by the Northwest Educational Service District 189 (NWESD).
Ballew was selected from a competitive group of teacher nominees from across the NWESD RegionBallew is a National Board Certified English Language Arts (ELA) teacher and ASB Advisor at Arlington High School in the Arlington School DistrictHe has been an educator with the district for 13 years.
Duane Fish, Arlington High School Principal, describes Ballew as, “An educator who inspires our students to achieve more than they ever imagined possible, both in the classroom and in our community. At AHS, we ask three things of Every Eagle: Be Involved, Work Hard and Be Kind. Not a day goes by without Ben Ballew role modeling these traits for our kids. He is engaging in the classroom, effective in his leadership  and inspirational to all who know him. Ben is a champion of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on our campus.
In his application essay, Ballew wrote, “As an educator, I want my classroom to be a safe space where students feel that they have a voice and the autonomy to shape their learning experience in a way that reflects their interests and needs. I want them to feel empowered to analyze their experiences and change their world.
As a champion of social and racial justice and equity, Ballew’s recent efforts in the classroom include helping students connect to their family, culture, and community. He has dedicated his English 12: Literature of Social Justice course developing racial literacy and empowering students to be anti-racist advocates in their community. As a result of the course, he says that his students are having difficult - and necessary - conversations with their families about topics of culture, race, and privilege; moreover, they are taking their initial steps in authentic advocacy for their marginalized peers and community members.
“Ben is a gifted educator who engages and inspires students on a daily basis,” said Arlington Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Chrys Sweeting. “He is dedicated to removing barriers and increasing access for all students. We are proud of his efforts at Arlington High School and in our school district.”
"In reviewing Ben's Teacher of the Year materials, I was impressed by his work leading equity and social justice with the students of Arlington High School.  He clearly has made an impact in the lives of the students and community in Arlington." 
- David Forsythe, Assistant Superintendent of Operations NWESD
NWESD’s Assistant Superintendent of Operations, David Forsythe, helped guide the selection process of the recipient of NWESD’s Regional Teacher of the Year. 
The Regional Teacher of the Year program recognizes educators for their excellence in teaching while giving them a platform to advocate for educational issues of particular interest to them. Some other Regional Teacher of the Year duties include: 
  • Contributing to a collection of teacher tales to be shared with legislators, educational leaders, and other stakeholders called From Seed to Apple. 
  • Traveling the state to share expertise with community groups, businesses, government officials, and future teachers. 

choir auditions

Choir is still looking for a piano player for the 20-21 school year.  If you are interested please contact Ms. Forslund at hforslund@asd.wednet.edu. 

20-21 cheer tryouts

Cheer tryouts will be held in the fall for the winter season due to the COVID-19 school closure. We are still working on details and waiting for more information but when everything gets settled, there will be an announcement on when tryouts will take place.  

we need to make sure our teens are okay!

This has been a tough time for our teens. Staying home all the time and connecting only online makes building family relationships even more important. 

8 Practical Things Families Can Do at Home to Support Social-Emotional Learning
7 Ways to Support Kids and Teens Through the Coronavirus Pandemic
Free Guide for Parents: How to Help Teens Build Life Skills for Success 
Find practical steps to help kids learn about themselves and how they relate to others.

20 Apps to Combat Anxiety and Stress (for Kids and Adults!) 


Arlington Eagle Gear is now available for order. Go to the Athletics tab above and click on the link for the Apparel Store. A percentage of each sale goes to support Arlington athletics. Thank you for your support! GO EAGLES!! 


Arlington High School is proud to be a collaborative learning community where all staff inspire all students to act as responsible, productive citizens who embrace lifelong learning.


Skyward Mobile App (Family Access)

Parents can download the free Skyward app to their mobile devices allowing them to login to their Family Access account via a mobile device. For instructions on downloading the app for Apple and Android products go to http://www.asd.wednet.edu and follow this path: For Families > For Parents >> Family Access Instructions.  




Arlington High School annual school performance report now available!
Arlington High School 2018-19 annual school performance report is now available here. The purpose of the Arlington High School annual school performance report is to inform parents, guardians and other members of the community about student performance. The report includes current and previous year student assessment results, school-level plans to achieve student learning goals and other information.
Arlington High School 2018-19 School Performance Report.pdf


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