Doors Open at 8:55 AM
First Bell 9:10 AM
Last Bell 3:40 PM

Lunch Schedule:

Kinder and 1st:  12:05-12.25
1st:       12:05-12.25
2nd:       12:25-12:40
3rd:        11:50-12:05
4th:        11:50-12:05
5th:        12:25-12:40

School Dates:

Aug 19th - Kindergarten Assessments
Aug 26th - Kinergarten Round-up 10:30 - 11:30 and 6:30-7:30pm
Sept. 3rd - Back To School Night 4:30 - 6:00pm
Sept 4th - First Day of School
Sept 14th - Tailgating Party 5 - 6pm


Summer Office Hours 

Our office will be open 9am - 3pm until June 25th.  We will reopen August 14th from 9am - 2pm
Have a great summer!

Congratulations Ms. Booth 

Please welcome Brenda Booth as the new principal starting 19/20 school year.  Ms. Booth is the current vice principal at Pioneer.  prior to coming to Pioneer, she worked in Burlington Edison School District as a kindergarten teacher and instructional coach.  She has spent a lot of time in kindergarten and special education.  
Brenda Booth

Kindergarten Registration

Opens Feb. 19th

Kindergarten registration for Arlington Public Schools families opens Tuesday, Feb. 19. Parents may go to the office of their neighborhood school to complete a registration packet. Each elementary schools will hold a kindergarten orientation event in May.

To be eligible for next year’s kindergarten program, a child must be at least five years old by Aug. 31, 2019. The following documents are required to register your child for kindergarten:

  • Immunization records
  • Proof of residency (Power bill or the first page of a lease or purchase and sale agreement will meet the criteria of proof of residency)
  • Your child’s birth certificate or other official forms of documentation

Registration forms can be picked up from elementary school offices or from the district website:

For additional information, contact Director of Early Childhood Education and Categorical Programs, Terri Bookey, at 360-618-6210.

Student Supplies

Arlington School recognizes that purchasing school supplies has been an increasing demand for our families and a financial hardship for some. Since we ask for community support for our schools through levies and other fundraising activities, school supplies including supplies to complete class projects at home, will be provided by our school as follows:


  • Classroom supplies are provided, including any materials needed to

complete class assigned projects at home. While students/families may choose to use additional items from home for class projects, a student can earn the highest possible grade with materials supplied by school

  • Backpacks recommended

Families who wish to make a monetary or item donation may do so to their school’s office.