Arnall Middle School

Weekly Newsletter

Diversity Day Program

OUR DIVERSITY PROGRAM IS THURSDAY 2/13. Check out the Sign-Up Genius above. PLEASE HELP US TO EITHER VOLUNTEER OR DONATE A FOOD ITEM FOR THE EVENT. Thank you in advance for your support!

PTO Needs You!

Our PTO is looking for about 5 people to be on a committee for a "fun run" in mid March. If you are interested please email Stephanie Eggen or Maria Willoughby at

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2020 Arnall Chorus Discount Card

The 2020 Arnall Chorus Discount Card is on sale now for only $10 and features discounts from over 70 locations around the Coweta County/Peachtree City area! The card may be used every day for a year and features many “buy-one, get-one-free” offers.

Please support Arnall Chorus by purchasing a card for your family and tell all your friends and family about our card so that we may reach our goal of selling over 2,000 cards! Thank you in advance for your support of Arnall Chorus.

Arnall Ambassadors Promote Kindness Week.

Feb. 10th- 14th is Random Acts of Kindness Week. Each day will be dedicated to a kind act and be accompanied with a theme day.

Monday- Smile at others- Wear a smile shirt

Tuesday- Teacher Appreciation Day- Tell your teacher you appreciate her/him- wear AMS colors

Wednesday- Hats On to saying something nice day- Hat Day

Thursday- Team Up to Meet someone new- Favorite Team Day

Friday- Wear Red Day – Share the Love & Kindness-Pass It On, It’s FREE!

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Week of 2/10 - 2/14

Monday, 2/10
  • Access Testing (Listening)
  • 1st Rounds of Basketball Finals (Girls@AMS; Boys@Lee)

Tuesday, 2/11

  • Access Testing (Reading)
  • Basketball Semifinals (Girls@AMS; Boys@Lee)

Wednesday, 2/12

  • Access Testing (Writing & Reading)
  • Track Tryouts
  • Progress Reports Go Home

Thursday, 2/13

  • 9a Diversity Day Program
  • Basketball Championship at Lee

Friday, 2/14

  • 8th Grade Field Trip to Mercedes Benz Stadium
  • Access Testing
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A Message From The Nurse

The Help a Child Smile dental van will be visiting again before the end of the school year. If you are interested in having your child seen and did not receive a paper form, you can fill one out online at :

With cold and flu season still among us... just a few friendly reminders....

1.) Students are not to carry any kind of medication on them whatsoever. This includes; over the counter medications such as tylenol, advil, and cough drops. Any medications need to be brought to the clinic and a medication authorization form completed by the parent. These forms are kept in the clinic, but can also be found here:

2.) The nurse does not keep over the counter medications in the clinic. The parent has to provide tylenol, advil, etc. for their student to be kept in the clinic with the authorization form completed.

3.) If a student has had a fever, vomiting, or diarrhea; They cannot return to school until they are symptom free for 24 hours without the use of medications to reduce symptoms.

4.) PLEASE make sure that you have an up to date number on file at all times. In case of an emergency or illness, I need to be able to reach someone quickly.

5.) Please notify me if your child has been diagnosed with the flu, regardless if I saw them in the clinic or not. This helps keep up with the data for the county.

Thank you for your understanding! I look forward to continue caring for your child for the rest of the school year. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at the school or by email;

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