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Drill – Colin McCormack

Keith Judkins, Staff

March 13, 2020

Colin McCormack (Team Captain Role for Drill) There is a new program called Drill at Arlington High School that has recently started. "Drill is the execution of certain movements by which individuals or units are moved in a uniform manner, from one formation to another". Colin McCormack is a v...

Jaxon on a Ranch

Jaxon Travis, Staff

March 13, 2020

HappiDog Animal Rescue

HappiDog Animal Rescue

Tyler Murgatroyd, Staff

March 12, 2020

Shelby County and the Town of Arlington has seen a recent increase in the number of cost and homeless dogs. And one Arlington Rescue is working to make a difference. Michele Murgatroyd is the founder of HappiDog Animal Rescue. "When I was a kid, I grew up with dogs and I've always had a heart for saving...

Quality News Article- Brooke Ortiz and Ashlyn Clark

Quality News Article- Brooke Ortiz and Ashlyn Clark

Christian Culver, Publicity Director

March 12, 2020

Brooke Ortiz is a senior at Arlington High School, and besides her outstanding academic career, she participates in cheerleading and has been for quite some time. She has been cheerleading since the age of seven, meaning that she has been cheerleading for over ten years. One of her friends on the...

Brandon Wallace’s 10th Year of Teaching

Brandon Wallace’s 10th Year of Teaching

Krista Estes, Twitter Sports Manager

March 10, 2020

Brandon Wallace, a biology teacher at Arlington High School, has reached his tenth year of teaching. "It's very crazy that I have reached my tenth year of teaching," he said. After being asked what he has enjoyed most about teaching, he followed with, "I have enjoyed many things throughout my teaching...

The Retirement of an Education Legend

The Retirement of an Education Legend

Danny Rajak, Staff

March 9, 2020

After 43 years of teaching, Brenda Bailey is ending her teaching career here at Arlington High School. Mrs. Bailey is the Office Management teacher at Arlington High School. “I really enjoyed teaching and at some point, you have to let it go,” says Brenda. When asked what she gained most from teaching,...

Amanda Ortiz

Amanda Ortiz

Connor Gillespie, Staff

March 9, 2020

Many students that graduate from Arlington High School, attend colleges located here in Tennessee. Many pursue sports scholarships as well.  Amanda Ortiz, AHS Class of 2014, was one of those students.   “Since graduation, I got offered a scholarship to play soccer at the University of Tennessee...

PAVE Field Trip

PAVE Field Trip

Olivia Shaw, Twitter Manager

March 5, 2020

Recently, the PAVE students of Arlington High School took a field trip to The University of Memphis and visited the Journalism Department. They also visited the Running Pony. At Running Pony, they met the director, editors, and producers. They also got a tour of the entire place and got to see how...

Lauren Dempsey Means Business

Hudson Criswell

March 4, 2020

How many people can say they’ve won the Memphis Business Journal: Girls Who Mean Business award, and receive an opportunity to do “speed network” with 40 of the most powerful women in Memphis? Lauren Dempsey, senior student at Arlington High School, can say it. Only one student was chosen from...

Arlington Lacrosse Collects Donations for Nashvillians Affected by Tornadoes

Arlington Lacrosse Collects Donations for Nashvillians Affected by Tornadoes

Jordan Hill, Sports Director

March 3, 2020

Recently, severe storms and tornadoes came through central Tennessee, killing 24 people and damaging hundreds of buildings "It's a tragic day in our state," Gov. Bill Lee told reporters in a press conference. "It's heartbreaking." The Arlington Tigers Lacrosse Team did their part in helpin...

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