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Arlington, VA 22204
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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Check out this week's APS Green Scene which follows Arlington Mill High School students and Science teacher Sharon Ruggieri as they determine if an owl is to blame for eating a farmer's chickens. Students study the waste of an animal to see what bones are in it and then determine if its an owl or another animal. Click here to see the video!
 

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 Please congratulate the Words Out Loud: Celebrating the African American Read-In winners from Arlington Mill High School. Many students submitted creative writing pieces and the following students' submissions were selected to participate in the Words Out Loud celebration on Tuesday, April 1st at 7:00 P.M. at Barnes & Noble -- Clarendon:
  • Edwin Arteaga, Grade 11 (Paula Lamina, English Teacher): Untitled
  • Cristhian Chavez, Grade 11 (Paula Lamina, English Teacher): I am from
  • Hassan Khan, Grade 12 (Paula Lamina, English Teacher): Where I'm from

 
StudentVUE, the Synergy student information portal, allows students to view their grades and attendance, as well as stay on top of classroom happenings, assignments, tests, academic performance and more.

Please go to this link to access StudentVUE: http://access.apsva.us/students/


 Petra Milcicka wins regional Poetry Out Loud competition!

 
 Beginning in November, students in participating English classes at Arlington Mill began learning poems to recite for classroom Poetry Out Loud Competitions. Petra Milcicka won both her classroom competition and Arlington Mill's school wide competition. On February 5, 2014 Petra participated in Poetry Out Loud's Virginia Region 4A competition at Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. Petra won the regional competition and will go on to compete at the state competition in Richmond on March 13.
 
Arlington Public schools has participated in Poetry Out Loud since the program's inception and served as a location for the pilot program in 2005. The program strives to cultivate public speaking skills, self-confidence, and an appreciation for poetry. Poetry Out Loud is sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation. 
 
 
 
 
 

In partnership with Communities in Schools, Arlington Mill is seeking to determine the medical needs of its students. Please take time to fill out the following anonymous survey in English or in Spanish.

 

Thank you.

 
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Congratulations Graduates!
CLASS of 2013!
Arlington Mill High School is a new accredited high school with a full diploma awarding program through both day and evening classes. Career and technical classes are offered both in the day and evening class periods. Students enrolled in Arlington Mill High School will receive their diploma from Arlington Mill High School.
 
We MOVED! We are now co-located with the Arlington Career Center, 816 S. Walter Reed Dr, Suite 222, Arlington, VA 22203.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Awards & Honors

  •  Arlington Mill's graduates have received scholarships from the following organizations:
    • Arlington Rotary Club
    • Arlington School Administrators Scholarship
    • Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship
    • The Mary Marshall Scholarship
    • McDonald's Educates Scholarship Award
     
     Congratulations Mary Elizabeth Daly! On Friday evening, March 21, Arlington Mill High School student Mary Elizabeth Daly won second place in the NOVA Idol contest at Schlesinger Center, Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA), Alexandria. Since she is concurrently enrolled at both Arlington Mill High School and NOVA, taking more than 2 classes on campus, she qualified as a NOVA student. CONGRATS!
     
     
     
     
     On February 5, 2014 Petra Milcicka won the Virginia Region 4A Poetry Out Loud competition at Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. She is on the left in the picture below right after the announcement. Congratulations Petra!
     
     Poetry Out Loud
     
     
     
    Arlington Mill student Blanca Aracely Santos was honored by the School Board for her leadership in and out of the classroom for Hispanic Heritage Month.
     
    Hispanic Heritage Month
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