Arlington Explorer Passport
Arlington Explorer Passport
The goal of the Arlington Explorer Passport program is to increase awareness and participation by our elementary families in the many wonderful arts, music, science, sporting and charity events happening right in our own community – often at Arlington High School.
Passport Program Ends in June 2019
The District Passport program will be discontinued in June 2019. Information regarding events included in the Passport Program will continue to be advertised next school year on the district and schools’ websites, as well as shared by the PTAs on their social media platforms, emails and newsletters. Students that have one or more stamps in their passports can choose a prize at any of the May District Passport events.
5/17 Arlington Health and Wellness Expo at AHS from 4:30 to 6:30pm. Join the ACSD Wellness Committee for a fun family night of great activities. Activities include badminton, basketball, obstacle course, yoga, dance, and more. There will be presentations on backpack safety, blood pressure, healthy eating, and the importance of physical activity. There will also be a free smoothie station, vegetable and fruit samples, and other giveaways and demonstrations. Free admission.
5/18 Touch A Truck at Arthur S. May School, 10am - 3pm with a quiet hour from 10 - 11am. There will be lots of trucks, crafts, a magician, face painting, food vendor and more. $5/person or $20/family.
5/20 District Jazz Night at AHS auditorium, 7pm. Come listen to all jazz groups perform from Arlington’s middle schools: LMS Jazz Ensemble and UVMS Jazz II and Jazz I,, and all 3 of Arlington High School’s Jazz Ensembles: Jazz III, Jazz II and Jazz Machine. It will be a great evening filled with many styles of jazz and celebrating America’s only true art form in the Arlington Central School District! Free admission.
5/29 Memorial Day Concert at AHS auditorium, 6pm. The Arlington HS Memorial Day Remembrance program includes the presentation of the Charlie Johnson Moment Awards given to AHS students who demonstrate exemplary character traits, as well as the reading of the names of the AHS alumni who lost their lives during military service and whose names appear on the AHS Wall of Remembrance. There will be musical selections by the Symphonic Band. Attendees are invited to visit the Wall of Remembrance following the program. The event is free and open to the public.
Arlington Summer Kids 2019 is offering an exciting variety of children’s programs this summer at Arlington High School for incoming grades K - 8. This includes arts & crafts, sports, cooking, science, performing arts and more. Check out program listings. Hard copies will be distributed to students and are available at school. Register by May 16 and receive an Arlington Summer Shirt!