Arlee Scarlets will be playing at home tonight vs. Eureka at 6:00 pm. The Warriors will be playing at Eureka at 5:30 and 7:00. All games will be broadcast on the NFHS system.
The semester block will end next week on January 14. All Homeworks will need to be submitted by that time. Wednesday, January 13 and Thursday, January 14 will have modified schedules to accommodate classroom finals. On both Wednesday and Thursday, students are welcome to work with teachers anytime from 7:30 AM until 10 AM to complete and submit any missing work. Students first final will start at 10 AM and finish at 12. The next final will start at 1:00pm and end at 3:00pm. This gives them an hour lunch break in between finals. Students can choose to stay until 4:15 that evening to also complete any work. That will also be the schedule for Thursday. If a student has completed their final, they may be checked out by a parent or guardian via text, email, or phone call to Val at the front office PRIOR to leaving the school. Students must see Val before leaving or they will be marked un-excused. The schedule is posted on the school website. Buses will run at their normal times.
Arlee High School is excited to kick off the basketball season. Our policy for spectators is that each athlete, manager and coach is given 4 passes for spectators. The names must also be on a list given to administration. All spectators must wear masks and we encourage all to spread out in the bleachers unless in family groups. Visiting teams are allowed 2 visitors per athlete, manager and coaches. All games will be streamed on the NFHS Network. Thank you for your cooperation in helping our students to have a successful basketball season. The games for tomorrow will be boys JV at 2:30, boys Varsity at 4:00 and girls Varsity at 6:00. Go Scarlets, Go Warriors.
If you would like to have a lunch delivered for your high school student this week during our remote learning please contact the school at 726-3216 x. 2301 and let us know. Thank you.
Due to the number of close contact quarantines, Arlee High School will be going to remote only learning starting Monday December 14th through Thursday December 17th and the start of the Christmas break. We will resume regular on campus instruction beginning Monday, January 4th. This is only for Arlee High School. Arlee JH and Elementary students will attend in person at this time.
Meals will be delivered on our regular bus routes at the usual times starting this morning. Breakfast delivered in the morning and the lunches will be delivered at the afternoon bus times. If you haven't signed up please contact the school and we will add you to the list. If you have any questions please call the school.
Tonights Arlee School Board meeting will be streamed live on Facebook at 6:30 on the school Facebook page.
Arlee schools was notified today, Thursday, November 19th, of one positive case of COVID 19 in the 3-6 building. Contact tracing has been completed and we have notified families whose students had close contact with the individual. If you HAVE NOT heard from the school your student was not in direct contact.
We are posting a google document for families to contact the school about either picking up meals or having meals delivered if you are on a bus route. Please fill out the form so we can plan accordingly for the next 2 weeks. Thank you. https://forms.gle/uyM7ezXJw95AEufm6
The Arlee School Board will be convening an emergency board meeting on Thursday, November 18th at 6:30 p.m. to declare a move to remote learning for two weeks.
Arlee Schools Going Remote — Unfortunately due to the number of cases of COVID-19 affecting our staff we are unable to adequately cover the positions due to quarantines and isolations. The Arlee School District will be going to remote learning starting Monday November 23rd through Friday December 4th. All grades will be working remotely. Students will return to campus on Monday, December 7th. We are recommending students and families stay at home as much as possible until school resumes. This will help slow the spread and transmission of COVID-19.
High school students that are quarantined due to close contact are to maintain daily communication with their teachers for lessons and attendance. For questions, please reach out to Val or I in the main office.
Arlee schools was notified today, Sunday, November 15th, of one positive case of COVID 19 in the K-2 building. Contact tracing has been completed and we have notified families whose students had close contact with the individual. If you HAVE NOT heard from the school your student was not in direct contact.
Arlee schools was notified last evening of one positive case of COVID 19 in the High School. Contact tracing has been completed and Tribal/ Public health will be contacting families whose students had close contact with the individual. If your student was exposed, you will receive telephone notification from the tribal health department within the next twenty-four hours with directions on the next steps. If you HAVE NOT heard from the school or tribal health department within the next twenty-four hours, your student was not in direct contact.
Hello- This update is to inform you that the end of the first quarter is on Thursday, October 29th. Students will be allowed to transition to remote or physical learning upon parental request at this time. These requests must be made with the school by the end of the day Monday, November 2nd. For questions or further information, please contact us. You do not need to follow up with the school if no change is required to your students' schedule. Thanks from all of us at Arlee Schools.
We are moving the Friday football game up to a 6:00pm start. Please pass the word. Thank you.
We have been notified of a positive case of COVID-19 in the K-2 building. All parents/guardians of students and all staff who were close contacts have been notified. If you have not been notified, your student was not a close contact.
Arlee Bus Driver Shares Concerns About Cars Passing Buses https://nbcmontana.com/news/working-for-you/arlee-bus-drivers-concerned-about-cars-passing-their-buses
To the Community of Arlee, I am pleased to announce the start of a new community education campaign. Schools Cannot Do It Alone is designed to give everyone a better understanding of the importance of public education to the health and well being of the entire community. The video series is informative, entertaining, and inspiring. I know you will enjoy it. There can be no doubt that we are living through a difficult time. But the need to prepare all children to thrive and prosper has never been more important. As the title of our new campaign suggests, we - the teachers, administrators, support staff, and Board - cannot succeed without your understanding, trust, and support. Attached below is the link to the first video in the series. This twelve-minute clip provides a review of the challenges we face, old and new. There are no ads. No one is collecting data of any kind. In the months to come, you will find that the overall message is that we all have a vested interest in increasing student success whether or not we have children in school. Here is the direct link: https://player.vimeo.com/video/445589485 Enjoy and have a great day. Mike Perry, Ed.D., Superintendent
Madison Doner from NBC Montana came out to Arlee to interview Ken Hill about bus safety. She had witnessed cars blowing by our buses the day before and wanted to do a story. Here's a link to a teaser and the full story will be on 9/24/2020 at 10pm! https://twitter.com/MadisonNBCMT/status/1307068086567284743