Bargaining updates

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Sept. 14
The school board approved the 2020-2023 collective bargaining agreement with the Public School Employees (PSE).

Aug. 31
The District and the Arlington Education Association (AEA) agreed to a Memorandum of Understanding to address the working conditions impacted by COVID-19.

Previous Updates

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District news

Arlington Public Schools to continue with limited in-person learning
On Tuesday, Oct. 20, Dr. Spitters from the Snohomish Health District provided Snohomish County School Superintendents with an update on COVID-19 numbers in the county.

Dr. Spitters shared the following recommendations for schools:

• Continued distance learning is still strongly recommended, with limited in-person learning for younger learners (especially K-3) and high need students (e.g., disabilities, homelessness, farthest from educational justice).
• In-person learning for older students is discouraged, except high need students, particularly at the current level and trajectory of COVID-19 activity in the community.
• Strongly recommend canceling or postponing most in-person extracurricular activities, including sports, performances, clubs, events, and such, with the option to allow extracurricular activities in small groups of six or fewer students.

What this means for Arlington students is that we will continue to have kindergartners and first graders on campus in a hybrid model. Certain high needs students needing in-person services as well as students in connectivity stations will continue to be on our school campuses in limited numbers.

We continue to evaluate when the time will be appropriate to bring other groups of students back on campus in a hybrid model. There is not one factor that determines whether we open or close schools. District leaders rely on multiple factors and input from many agencies to help make this decision.

We continue to follow recommended health protocols in our schools to keep students and staff safe.

Meal service for the week of Oct. 26Meal Pickup
Meal service for the week of Oct. 26 will take place on Friday, Oct. 23 at all Arlington Public School buildings.

• Arlington High School (Pick up on Friday 9:30 am - 11:30 am)
• Weston High School (Pick up on Friday 9:00 am - 11:00 am)
• Haller Middle School (Pick up on Friday 9:00 am - 11:00 am)
• Post Middle School (Pick up on Friday 9:00 am - 11:00 am)
• Eagle Creek Elementary (Pickup on Friday 9:00 am - 11:00 am)
• Kent Prairie Elementary (Pick up on Friday 9:30 am - 11:30 am)
• Pioneer Elementary (Pick up on Friday 9:00 am - 11:00 am)
• Presidents Elementary Morning Pick up (Pick up on Friday 9:30 am - 11:30 am)
• Presidents Elementary Evening Pickup (Pick up on Friday 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm)

Children/parents/guardians can pick up several days of meals at one time for the children in their families. “Meals ‘til Monday” bags provided by the Arlington Community Food Bank will be distributed as well as available.  

Meal Order Request Form


Meal ordering helps us prepare an adequate number of meals.

• Order meals for your student(s) weekly using the on-line order form each week
• Students participating in hybrid instruction (face to face instruction two days a week) are eligible for up to three days of meals per week for pickup. Students participating in remote instruction are eligible to receive up to five days of meals per week for pickup. Please mark the number of days of meals your student is eligible to receive.
• Order for the next full week of school by 3 pm each Monday
• Indicate the student’s name and student number (available on Family Access) for whom you are ordering
• Indicate where you want to pick up the meals ordered
• Go to the school chosen for pick-up on the last school day of the week.

No Cost meals through 2020-21 school year
Meals are provided to all children at no charge for the entire 2020-21 school year.

Free and Reduced Price Meals Application
Families whose income situation may have changed are encouraged to apply for Free and Reduced Price Meals. While this may not apply to meals this year, there are other benefits for families who qualify, such as free internet connectivity or free insurance for their student’s Chromebook computer.


School Board approves the 2020-21 budget
The 2020-21 F195 Budget and the 2020-21 F195F Four-Year Budget Summary were approved by the board of directors at the August 10, 2020 special zoom meeting, after a public hearing. The documents have been submitted to the Northwest Educational Service District and will be sent to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction for final approval.

2020-21 Adopted F195 Budget
2020-21 Adopted F195F Four-Year Budget Summary

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Strategic Plan
The Strategic Plan states our mission and outlines goals in four goal areas: Student Learning and Achievement; Safe and Caring Environment; Resource Stewardship; and Parent and Community Partnerships. Each goal identifies actions and metrics for measuring progress.

Mission: Arlington Public Schools educates all students, preparing and inspiring them to graduate and seek their full potential as lifelong learners.

Motto: Educate - Prepare - Inspire

Strategic Plan