Arlington Explorer Passport

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    The Arlington Central School District, PTAs and the PTSA Council are excited to present the Arlington Explorer Passport program.

    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.  

    How It Works:

    Each month, you will receive a list of “Passport Events” for the next month via SchoolMessenger. Passport Events will be listed on the District and school websites. Whenever students attend a Passport Event, they will receive one stamp in their passport. Look for the table with the Arlington Explorer Passport sign. For every three stamps, students will receive a prize.

    If students forget to bring the passport to a Passport Event, they can still get a stamp to tape into the passport.

    Students will not receive a stamp for attending events at their own elementary school. Passports will only be stamped at Passport Events.

    If students lose their passport, they may receive/print a new one. However, students will not receive any credit for stamps that they received on the lost passport. 

    Print a new passport insert

    Remember to bring your passport to the designated table to get stamped at passport events. If you forget you can get a pre-stamped square to take or glue into your passport. Please check the Arlington website for the most updated event information in the event of any last minute changes or cancellations

    Passport Events

    Passport stamp

    1/26 Second LEGO League, 9am - 3pm at Lagrange Middle School (1/27 snow date).  Arlington is hosting one of the qualifying tournaments for the Hudson Valley’s Second LEGO League program.  Every year, the LEGO League organization sets a challenge.  This year’s challenge is called Into Orbit.  Teams of students have been asked to choose and solve a real world problem as well as build and test a robot to meet a set of challenges.  This event provides an opportunity for elementary students to showcase their work with the challenge and for approximately 12 local middle school teams to set their robotics programming skills against each other.  Come watch as the teams share and compete!

    2/21 & 2/22 PRISMS Concert at AHS, 7pm (snowdate 2/23). PRISMS is a seamless montage of musical offerings...a kaleidoscope of musical colors, showcasing musical groups and various solo and small ensemble performances in grades 10 - 12 and the approximately 500 music students in the AHS music program. Just as a PRISM refracts light into a wide variety of shades and colors, the PRISMS Concert will display the many “hues” of the Arlington High School Music Department! PRISMS is sure to be unlike any other concert you have ever experienced, complete with constant music staged all around the William J Sweeney Performance Hall. This concert only takes place every three years, so not to be missed! Admission cost: $10 adults, $7 students/seniors

    2/23 Math, Science & Technology Fair at AHS, 9am - 12pm (2/24 snowdate). Come see the many different projects Arlington students have to share, represented from all Arlington schools and grades. Central Hudson will be demonstrating the Van De Graff Generator and electric car, AHS technology and engineering departments will have numerous demonstrations, and more. Free admission. MST Fair Website

    Enroll in any Arlington Continuing Community Education classes for winter/spring 2019 for K - 5th grade... and bring you passport to the first day of class and get it stamped.  Some children’s classes include art classes, volleyball, tennis, wrestling, golf, baton twirling and more. Click here for program listings and registration.