AHS Final Schematic Forum

The Arlington High School Building Committee hosted its fifth community forum at town hall recently. Previous forums sought community input about the strengths and weaknesses of the current high school, presented an educational plan for the future, and most recently shared eight potential design options for the new facility. The eight original designs have been narrowed down to four, and now must be narrowed down to one “preferred design” that will be submitted to the Massachusetts School Building Authority later this summer. This was also an opportunity to share draft cost estimates and comparisons with the public.   Letter...

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Arlington Public News: June 07, 2018

In this edition of APN: four designs, one new high school. The latest community forum asks residents to help narrow the choices. Taking stock of Arlington heights business and housing needs, and Arlington remembers those who served. A look at memorial services in...

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Upcoming AHS Final Design Forum

It’s your final chance to have say on the design of a new Arlington High School building. The town needs to submit a single preferred design to the Massachusetts School Building Authority by mid July to be considered for partial funding by the state. Costs won’t be the main focus of the upcoming forum but will be discussed. Architects expect the new high school to run about three-hundred million dollars. APN assistant news director Brenda Mahoney take a look at how what the town decides now will have lasting...

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Arlington Public Schools Awarded Green Ribbon

Children across Arlington public schools have been working hard at reducing waste and the efforts are paying off. Less trash due to composting efforts, textiles are being recycled, and now they have received national recognition for all that they’ve...

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