Arlington Elementary School

August 26, 2022


Achieve personal excellence through a wide range of educational challenges and opportunities.

Upcoming Events

September 5 - Labor Day - No School

September 7 - Early Release

September 14 - Early Release

September 19-23 - Book Fair

September 21 - School Picture Day

September 21 - Family Fun Night

September 21 - Early Release

September 28 - Early Release

Wow Wildcats!!!

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AES Reading Challenge!!

The task of the reading challenge:

K-3 Read 25 books per semester

4-6 Read 15 books per semester

The Reward:

Winter reward: All expense paid trip to the movies

Spring reward: To be announced!

Help us spread the joy of reading! We want everyone at AES to love it!

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Homework Help Sessions

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Lady Lion FALL Basketball Camp 2022

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Boys Basketball Dirt Road League

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Fun in the Classroom!

Our kindergarten class learned about the parts of a book!
PTO is looking for parent volunteers to help with upcoming events. We are excited about being able to hold school-wide activities again and we need your help to make them a success! Please reach out to your child's teacher for more information.
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Treasures of the Earth

Please join us September 21st from 6-8 p.m. for our family outreach night here at AES!!

Join the Children's Museum for an interactive evening of family learning and discovery about archaeology!!

  • Discover what happens to artifacts left in underwater shipwreck
  • Create a Terra Cotta Warrior
  • Learn about the tools used to unearth things left behind from ancient cultures

For families or students in crisis anytime:

Meridian (800) 333-2647

Centerstone (800) 832-5442

* If your child has been absent, they will need to stop in our clinic before returning to class to drop off doctor’s notes and touch base with our school nurse.

* We have implemented an easy pick up/ drop off process for those needing to pick up

homework, drop off items like water bottles or other items. There is a locker bay in the front

foyer that will eliminate the need to enter the front office. A locker number will be assigned to

you via the phone to drop off or pick up items needed.


* Please continue to screen your child each day for the following-

· A fever of 100 or higher

· Persistent cough

· Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

· Chills

· Repeated shaking with chills

· Muscle pain

· Headache

· Sore throat

· New loss of taste or smell

-Vomiting & Diarrhea

Birthday Treats

Birthday treats may be sent into school. There are several procedures we ask that you follow. Treats must be consumed at school. Only treats that are prepackaged and sealed may be transported to school on the bus. These MUST fit into the child's backpack and stay in the backpack for the entirety of the bus trip. Parents MUST check with Mrs. Foreman, school nurse, to be sure there are no student allergy concerns in the classroom before sending treats in. Failure to comply with these procedures may result in treats being unable to be shared in the classroom.

Transportation Changes

If you have a transportation change, please call the school or send a note in writing by 2:00 pm.

****Students are not allowed to ride home on bus routes other than their regular bus route. Pick ups or drop offs on this same route can be altered. This is a corporation policy.


Visitors must make an pre arranged appointment to enter the building, and must sign in with their ID!


Consistent attendance is key to educational success. It is important that your child is in attendance each day, unless unable to attend due to illness or emergency.

Reminder about REPORTING ATTENDANCE... Either call the school or email Thank you.


*Rush County Schools are looking for SUBSTITUTES for teachers, assistants, and custodians. Please apply on-line or in person with RCS.

Cafeteria Information


Due to recent supply chain challenges, we are having difficulties receiving food we have ordered each week. Please keep in mind our published menus are subject to change! Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unusual time.
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Dismissal Information

* Remember to post your name card in the front passenger side window of your car for evening car rider pick up.

Technology Information

* Chrome books are sent home every night. Students have the ability to use Google Off line so that those without internet can access can use their Chrome book at home. If this is not working for you, please request homework in a hard copy form from your teacher.

If you have a device at home in which you want your child to use and not transport one back

and forth, please email your classroom teacher and let them know.