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Arlington Community Schools

Bartlett, Arlington youths win with fire prevention posters

NASHVILLE — Bartlett and Arlington children were among the artists recognized by the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) in its 2017 Fire Prevention Poster Contest and Fire Prevention Video Contest. The awards event was on Feb. 10 at Conservation Hall at the Tennessee Governor’s Residence in Nashville. Both statewide contests were designed to harness Tennesseans’ […]

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3 sign Letters of Intent

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Arlington keeps on rolling

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Jordan signs with UM

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2-sport Arlington athlete rises to the top in football and baseball

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With a passion for roller coasters, Tate Kolwyck has often turned the football field into his own theme park, complete with thrills, spills and chills. It has given Arlington head football coach Adam Sykes fits. Tate’s parents, Johnny and Julie Kolwyck, feel Sykes’ pain. A senior who quarterbacked Arlington since he was a freshman, Kolwyck […]

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AHS Knowledge Bowl contenders

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Journal West 10 Media’s Power 10 Basketball Rankings

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The teams from the coverage area including Arlington, Bartlett, Cordova, Collierville, Germantown, Millington and South Tipton County are eligible. Each week throughout 2018 district basketball play see how the poll shakes out. JW10 will rank the Top 5 boys’ varsity teams and Top 5 girls’ varsity teams until Regionals in February. Power 10 Rankings as […]

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Arlington schools unveil new district office in 2017

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One of 2017’s highlights for education in Arlington was the construction and recent dedication of the new district office for Arlington Community Schools. It was built at 12060 Arlington Trail on land donated by the town. The district began construction on Feb. 27 and held the grand opening and ribbon cutting on Dec. 14. The […]

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Suburban school leaders say districts’ formation didn’t hurt Shelby County Schools

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Leaders of Arlington and Germantown school districts told a town council near Chattanooga last week that their towns’ 2014 secession from Shelby County Schools didn’t hurt the urban district left behind. But that’s not true. In one glaring example, Shelby County Schools was saddled with a $1 billion-plus liability for employee retirement benefits as part […]

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Arlington gears up for tourney play

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Tigers split games in opening week

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16-year-old with rifle threatens AHS

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An Arlington High School teen headed to juvenile court Thursday after making a threat on social media. No one was hurt. Shelby County Sheriff Office spokesman Earle Farrell said the boy, 16, posted a threat Wednesday, “Don’t come to school tomorrow” with a picture of himself holding a rifle. Officers met him at the school […]

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