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Mia Guertin

Mia Guertin, Editorial Board

Mia Guertin is a sophomore at Arlington High School. She is involved in cross country at the high school. You may find her around taking pictures for yearbook, or interviewing someone to write a feature story in The Eagle. In her free time, she loves to explore and her passion involves surfing. Her long term goals include going to a four-year university somewhere along the coast, studying marine biology, and minoring in journalism. 

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Key Club is holding a Sports Drive to benefit the Boys & Girls Club.

Sports Drive Continues Beyond Kindness Week

May 8, 2021

May 3 was the kick off for the sports drive! Through May 14 students are encouraged to drop off lightly used sports gear and equipment. Key Club is behind this idea to give back to the community and 100%...

Taxi! is an improv game the Drama Club played during their first in person meeting on Wednesday, April 14.

Extracurricular Activities with Hybrid

April 15, 2021

With the hybrid schedule launch and first week out of the way Arlington High School students are finding ways to gather and that includes extracurricular activities and clubs starting to meet in person...

The Weston building is currently the main base for online learning.

Different Learning Options

February 18, 2021

It’s officially the second semester and the Arlington School District has adapted in many ways, especially when it comes to the different plans for learning and our learning options. Most students are...

Requesting Classes for 2021-22

February 18, 2021

It’s that time Arlington High School students register for next year's classes and plan out the rest of your 4-year plan.  School Director Brian Long explained My school data and the process for...

About ready to board a flight.

Travel for the Holidays

December 23, 2020

It’s officially the holiday season and students from Arlington High School and their families are preparing to see family and friends. For some, it might mean traveling but for others families are saying...

This is just one cart of materials waiting at the front office for students to come pick things up.

What the School Has Provided For Distance Learning

November 30, 2020

Online school has taken a lot of patience for everyone, but Arlington High School has worked hard at supplying students and most of it is behind the scenes that you don’t see. The school has provided...

This is a picture of a school provided  chrome book and its screen.

The Impact of Screen Time

November 5, 2020

The average time that teens spend on screens is seven hours. When puzzling over this statistic it makes sense, we are stuck on the computers and screens all day due to online school and that doesn’t...

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