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Stacy Ham

P eyton Jones, Staff

October 31, 2018


Filed under ACS News

Arlington Middle school hired new teachers over the summer. Stacy Ham was one of the teachers that was hired. Since being hired she has come to love working at AMS and enjoys teaching the students. She attended the University of Memphis. And this will be here first year as a teacher. When she is not...

10/29/2018

Jordan Culver, Asst. Editor in Chief

October 31, 2018


Filed under Announcements, News

October 29th Tomorrow is the ACT for Seniors. Make sure you bring: a calculator, an ID, 2 #2 pencils, and your thinking cap! All students need to ask your teachers what room to go to during this time. Wednesday is Halloween! Everyone is allowed to wear fun, appropriate costumes, but NO ONE is allowed...

AHS Brings Their Artistic Touch to the Lakeland Halloween Festival

AHS Brings Their Artistic Touch to the Lakeland Halloween Festival

October 26, 2018


Filed under AHS News, Featured Arlington Student Work, Features

Students from the AHS National Art Honor Society and the AHS Pave Fine Arts Academy join forces to help make the Lakeland Halloween Festival more festive. Student artists painted the faces of little trick or treaters and helped them paint pumpkins at Lakelands annual event on Sunday, Oct. 21st. Both NAHS ...

Mary Marlin

Knia Robinson, Editor in Chief

October 26, 2018


Filed under ACS News, Features

Students in high school are familiar with the idea of focus area classes. Courses that are directly related to the career they plan to enter, or one that they have a high interest in. Some examples of High School focus area classes included Fine Arts, Liberal Arts, Advanced Placement, and STEM. Although...

Heather Carpenter

carter berg, Staff

October 26, 2018


Filed under News

Mrs. Carpenter started teaching 10 years ago but this is her first year teaching at Arlington. She grew up in Bartlett, TN. She attended the University of Memphis and received her bachelors and masters degrees. Her favorite grade growing up was the second grade. Mrs. carpenter says she loves teaching.”we...

Nicole Iglesias

Jordan Culver, Asst. Editor in Chief

October 26, 2018


Filed under ACS News, News, Town of Arlington News, Uncategorized

After surfing from school to school, Ms. Nicole Iglesias has landed in Arlington and Donelson Elementary where she finally feels at home. She has been in other schools where the PTA were not as involved, but Ms. Iglesias says she wanted to be in a town where the people are closer like when she lived...

Caroline Harrison

Caroline Harrison

Dawson Stowman, Facebook Manager

October 26, 2018


Filed under ACS News, Features

Caroline Harrison, a new fourth grade Language Arts and Social Studies teacher at Arlington Elementary, has wanted to be a teacher since she was ten years old. She loves working with children and is so grateful that she has been given the opportunity to mold a student’s life, even if it is only in...

Arlington High School Welcomes Over 75 EPSO Opportunites for Students

Jackson Norman, Staff

October 25, 2018


Filed under AHS News

Arlington High School Students recently got opportunity to visit with college reps at the AHS College Fair. Arlington High School hosted a college fair where 75–100 “representatives from 4 year colleges, 2 year colleges, military, and vocational technical schools come to answer student questions...

University of Memphis listens to prominent conservative Ben Shapiro

University of Memphis listens to prominent conservative Ben Shapiro

Aaron Moser, LiveStream Director

October 21, 2018


Filed under National and International News

At 4:50 PM, Young America’s Foundation (YAF) tweeted a photo of a line already forming outside the Micheal D. Rose Theater Lecture Hall at the University of Memphis. Doors to the October 10th, 7:00 event did not open until 6:00. That is called the “Ben Shapiro effect.”   As Ben Shapi...

Hogwarts Club formed at Arlington High School

Mason Woolbright, Twitter Sports Manager

October 19, 2018


Filed under AHS News, Features

Arlington High School has entered the world of magic. There is a new club, or shall we say school, with the new "Hogwarts School" Club, sponsored by Mr. Ward. A recent, "House Sorting Ceremony," put students into one of four houses: Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, or Hufflepuff. Students enjoyed...

Arlington Tigers 2018-2019 basketball team

Louis Powell

October 19, 2018


Filed under Announcements, Features, News, Sport Features, Sports

The Arlington Tigers basketball team is looking to have a strong season, after losing four key starters from last years team. Head coach Don Deaton says that “this is a rebuilding year for this program.” He also says the team will have to be more in shape due to lack of the height advantage, that...

Basketball Cheerleaders Support Freshman and JV Football Teams

Basketball Cheerleaders Support Freshman and JV Football Teams

P eyton Jones, Staff

October 19, 2018


Filed under AHS News, Sports

The Arlington High School Basketball Cheerleaders recently discovered something that the Freshman and Junior Varsity Football Teams needed: sideline cheerleaders. Typically the cheerleaders only participate at the Varsity Football Games on Friday Night, due to heavy practice and competition schedules....

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