Argyle Central School News

NEW Sign Language Club
Last week, we started a Sign Language Club! The group held it's first meeting on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. Future meetings will be held on Tuesdays at 2:40 pm. The group is open for elementary students and faculty/staff are invited to participate as well!
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Have You Met Our “Fur-Friend” Therapy Dogs?
Trained therapy dogs are extremely beneficial to students and Mrs. Christy’s and Miss Ellis’ students look forward to spending time with their “fur friends,” Archie and Ruby.
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Geography Bee Competition
The person with the most correct answers was named the winner and Alex answered all three questions correctly, earning him the Geography Bee winning title!
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A Letter To Parents: School Safety Drills
We understand the subject of emergency and emergency response procedures can be equally as uncomfortable for parents as it is for students. As a parent myself, I understand how concerning receiving calls about the school’s response(s) to emergency situations can be. Moving forward, and in an attempt to improve communication on this topic, I think it is important to share and define common terms used during an emergency procedure and provide examples of situations where these terms are used.
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Scholar Athlete Awards
Congratulations to the Girl's Cross Country and Volleyball teams for being recognized as a Scholar-Athlete Team and to the individual Scholar-Athletes.
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Tartan Magazine Fall 2018
School newspapers are a great way for students to learn journalism, photography, graphic design and collaboration as well as gain experience with publishing. Here at ACS, we are lucky to offer this experience to students.
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It is the mission of Argyle Central School to provide a program which will enable its students to acquire the skills, knowledge, and values necessary to become responsible citizens. In a positive atmosphere conducive to creative and critical thinking, each student is provided with sound educational experiences which will foster the development of a strong moral character and self-concept.

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