See you next year!
We would like to wish all of our Arno families a joyous Christmas and hope that all your wishes come true over the holidays. Cherish your time and enjoy your family and friends! Have a Merry Christmas and an Awesome New Year!
Steve Zielinski, Principal
Coming soon to Arno in 2016…
Christmas Break December 19-Jan.3
PTSA Reflection Tea
PTA Meeting- Founders Day Nominations read
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Arno Decks the Halls with Christmas carols
The building was alive with the sounds of our Arno students belting out some awesome Christmas carols, helping all of us feel the holiday spirit (still no snow to do that). Huge thanks to Mr. Creutz and Mr. Skebo for an outstanding performance and in leading in holiday song this morning, much appreciated!
Honor Choir Holiday Concert
What a wonderful holiday performance from our Elementary Honor Choir Thursday from Arno, Bennie, and Lindemann. congratulations to all of our students and to Mr. Tracy Hoffman for showcasing the incredible talent we have at Allen Park Schools!
Arno Family Caring Night
What a great time we had together last Friday night as an Arno family, enjoying each other’s company and showing how much Arno cares about the community. At our Caring Night, kids and parents enjoyed pizza, listened to Christmas stories, of course crafted an ornament for the residents of the local senior center. Way to go Caring Cougars!
What an incredible job Arno did in collecting cold weather gear and food. That included 166 cans of Spaghettios! Thank you for being so generous and showing the true meaning of Christmas!
Below, Darren Putnum, Seth Black, Tyler Tillery and Bryce Sauve help load up all the donations to area people in need.
3rd Grade Fur Trade
Metro Parks visited Arno 3rd graders once again this past week to talk about the fur trade back in the day. The students got treated to lots of history on the fur trade in Michigan hosted by a French accented colonial woman that helped them understand what it involved. Thank you Metro Parks!
Have a great break and we will see you in 2016!