We have a number of students that have now completed training to become Sources of Strength Mentors. A great training was held with these incredible students and staff.
The results are unofficial at this time but preliminary results show both bonds passing. We are so grateful for the support in our desire to improve our facilities for the wonderful students and community of Arlee. Thank you so much.
There is tutoring available after school for JH/HS students from 4:15 until 5:15 on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday nights. If your child is going to attend Tutoring, they are expected to be there at 4:15. Students need to have a way to get home once tutoring is over. If you have any questions, please reach out to Mr. Beckham at ext. 2300. Thanks.
Tomorrow is the day to vote for Arlee school district. Vote to get necessary federal Impact Aid funding that comes at no cost to landowners. That's $3 million in use-it-or-lose-it funds just waiting for us to claim on this ballot. Show your personal support for this project by voting for the General Obligation bond. You can see in advance how this $6 million will impact your property taxes at arleeschools.org. Plus, learn more about the project and how we'll make every dollar count toward improving education and community engagement. Will you help us by casting your vote tomorrow?
Congrats to the Arlee Scarletts for a great season! We played hard today, but ultimately lost to Eureka.
Today is an important day! Not only is it the last day to register to vote in Montana, it's also your chance to weigh in on the Arlee Schools project! Before you head to the ballot box tomorrow, learn why your vote matters to local kids and the community. Hear about the funding at stake, and offer your input and ideas for the proposed improvements. No time to talk? No problem. Get more information online at arleeschools.org, and don't forget to vote on our future this Election Day.
The Arlee Scarletts fall to Bigfork in three and will face off tomorrow morning at 11:45 against the loser of the Eureka/Powell County game.
When the original school burned down in the 1940s, a bus barn was reconfigured to house elementary classes. Eighty years later, grades 3-6 learn in a rundown environment with irreparable systems. Voting on this ballot means improving safety and security for these students. Help relocate Arlee kids to a space that meets their educational needs today and into the future. Now that you know, how will you vote?
Passing the upcoming bonds means approving some real changes at Arlee Schools. Not only will we upgrade the 3-6 wing that's in dire need of repair, we'll also address seriously neglected safety and circulation needs. Students and community members will see immediate improvements, and the school will be equipped for future growth. Explore this important project and learn more about its funding at arleeschools.org. Then vote on both proposed bonds on Election Day (November 8).
If you'd like to buy some Divisional Volleyball swag, please fill out the order form (google form) and submit. You can pay when you pick up! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf80HetTaKWc30Hj6dYPA2DETYWcq5UTroYWRU19m_-Qyruvw/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0
Arlee will play Bigfork tomorrow at 1:30 pm in the Divisional tournament in Florence. Go Scarletts!
Even though a slime-filled "boncey chasle" didn't make the cut, input from students and area residents was critical to the 3-6 building project. We used your ideas and feedback to create spaces and improve connectivity at Arlee Schools. Once again, we need your help! Cast your vote on November 8 to approve the bonds necessary to make the dreams of everyone in the Arlee community a reality.
Having bonds on a ballot can be confusing. So, what exactly are you voting for when you cast your vote for Arlee Schools on November 8? We break it down here so you can head into Election Day confident in your decision to vote for our students and their future. Impact Aid Revenue Bonds This bond consists of $3 million in federal funds that are just waiting for us to claim. Passing it means Arlee Schools receives necessary funding without affecting local landowners. General Obligation Bonds Here's where community support really comes in. Voting for this $6 million bond means you agree to raise property taxes to ensure Arlee Schools gets the improvements it needs. Want more details about the project or to calculate your potential tax increase if the General Obligation Bonds pass? Visit arleeschools.org for more information.
Rain, snow, or shine, our kindergartners have to brave the elements to travel between classes. Even bundled up, their safety is risked crossing hazards like ice and snow to get where they need to go. Help keep kids safely inside by voting on our bonds this Election Day. Receiving these funds is critical to creating a new 3-6 wing that connects kindergartners to elective classrooms. Now that you know, how will you vote?
Congrats to the Arlee Scarlets on their win last night against Loyola! They will be moving forward to the District Tournament this Saturday in Anaconda. They will be playing at 10am against Anaconda. We hope to see you there!
Gathering together to cheer on our kids is one of this community's favorite activities. That's why the proposed project focuses on parking, safety, and connectivity. By voting to pass the Impact Aid and General Obligation bonds, you're not only improving Arlee Schools for its students—you're impacting the family and friends that support them.
Have you ever heard the proverb "It takes a village to raise a child?" Well, Arlee children need this entire community to come together for their future. Giving our kids a quality education in safe spaces requires your vote on two important bonds. Vote to allocate federal and local funds toward a new 3-6 wing. Everyone has a say in the importance of learning in our children's lives. What will your vote say to them?
The Arlee Scarlets will travel play Loyola on Tuesday (10/25) for the 6B volleyball play-in game. Game time is 5:30. The winner will move on to the District Tournament in Anaconda the following weekend.
Congratulations to our own Dr. Perry for being named Superintendent of the Year today!!
On November 8, Arlee school district needs your vote on two very important bonds. The money raised will help us improve the spaces you enjoy and our kids learn. Vote to get necessary federal Impact Aid funding that comes at no cost to landowners. That's $3 million in use-it-or-lose-it funds just waiting for us to claim on this ballot. Show your personal support for this project by voting for the General Obligation bond. You can see in advance how this $6 million will impact your property taxes at arleeschools.org. Plus, learn more about the project and how we'll make every dollar count toward improving education and community engagement. Will you help us by casting your vote next month?