Coming soon to Arno…

Nov. 2

RETURN to REMOTE learning effective today

Nov. 3

No School- Voting Day/Teacher PD : I Voted Stickers/Labels - 2" in Diameter, 1000 Labels per roll : Office Products

Nov. 4

No events

Nov. 5

PTA Meeting Virtual 6:30

Nov. 6

No events


Nov. 9

No events

Nov. 10

No events

Nov. 11

No events

Nov. 12

Picture Day- Will be rescheduled

Picture Day - Woodland Elementary

Nov. 13

No events


Nov. 16

No events

Nov. 17

No events

Nov. 18

No events

Nov. 19

No events

Nov. 20

No events


Nov. 23

No events

Nov. 24

End of the first tri-mester

Nov. 25 

No School- Thanksgiving Break

Nov. 26

No School- Thanksgiving Break

Nov. 27

No School- Thanksgiving Break


Nov. 30

Dec. 1

Dec. 2

Parent/Teacher Conferences 5:00-7:30 VIA Zoom

Dec. 3

Early Dismissal 11;30

Parent/Teacher Conferences 12:45-3:15/5:00-7:30 VIA Zoom

Dec. 4

No events


Police and Fire Departments wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving

Wishing all of our Arno Families a Wonderful and Safe Thanksgiving!








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Last Day for the Monster Dash Fundraiser!!

👻 LAST 👻 DAY 👻 TO 👻 DONATE!!!! 👻

🎃 We want to see some Monsters Running 🏃🏃‍ for our Monster Dash!!

👻 We are at 75% of our goal yet so please register your student if you haven’t!   And Share, share, share!!

🎃 Post on Flipgrid a video of your kiddo running around the house, the yard, or the neighborhood!!

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Allen Park Public Schools Returns to Remote Learning

Please read Superintendent Mike Darga’s letter to the AP community:

Letter to School Community-RETURN TO REMOTE LEARNING (1)


Elementary Remote Schedule

Parent Teacher Conferences Moved for State – The Rambler

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Our conferences this year will be held virtual on the days and times that they were scheduled for, Dec. 2 and 3.  In November, you will get a signupgenious form and then eventually a link to join your teacher at your time via Zoom.  More details to come…


Social Emotional

Our theme for November at Arno is Gratitude.  Please enjoy some information that you can sit down and share with your child:

Gratitude is mindful thankfulness
and the ability to be thankful
even when things in life are
challenging. When you practice
gratitude you feel thankful and
want to share that feeling with
others. Research has shown that
the benefits of gratitude include
better sleep, increased levels of
happiness, greater connection to
peers and community, and
decreases in stress and anxiety.

Families can use the following discussion
starters and activities with their children:
– “To me, gratitude is…”
– “I show gratitude at school/home
– “I am grateful for..”

For additional support, these stories support the Gratitude theme:

All the World – Liz Garton Scanlon
An Awesome Book of Thanks – Dallas Clayton
Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are – Dr. Seuss
Just So Thankful – Mercer Mayer
The Secret of Saying Thanks – Douglas Wood
Splat Says Thank You – Rob Scotton
Thanks a Million (Poems) – Nikki Grimes
The Berenstain Bears Count Their Blessings – Stan Berenstain
The Giving Tree – Shel Silverstein
The Thankful Book – Todd Parr
Those Shoes – Maribeth Boelts
The Most Thankful Thing – Lisa McCourt
Gratitude Soup – Olivia Rosewood
Bear Says Thanks – Karma Wilson
It Could Always Be Worse – Margot Zemach
There’s a Flower at the Tip of My Nose Smelling Me – Alice Walker
Milo Armadillo – Jan Fearnley
Last Stop on Market Street – Matt de la Pena
Flora and Ulysses : The Illuminated Adventures – Kate DiCamillo
Sorta Like a Rock Star – Matthew Quick

Remote Learning - Comal Parent Center - Comal Independent School District



September 14 is school picture day! - PEORIA ACCELERATED HIGH SCHOOL

Picture Day 

Nov. 12 was our new picture date for Arno students.  When we have an indication of our return, we will reschedule.   When we do have it, it will of course look somewhat different in terms of lining up, but in terms of a mask-  it will be up to you and your child if you want them to take the mask off just while the picture is snapped.  We are committed to making this a safe, distanced process and look forward to Picture Day 2020!

Parent FAQ from Interstate


Holiday Reading List | Readers Lane

Creating Holiday Learning Traditions

This holiday season consider adding some new traditions for your family that will make meaningful memories and strengthen foundations for reading and learning success.

Listen, laugh, learn

  • Listen to audio books while you’re traveling to visit family, wrapping gifts or cooking for the holidays.
  • Lyrics to holiday songs are fun to read and sing together. It is also good fun and good collaborative writing practice to make up your own lyrics to familiar tunes.
  • Start a story-telling tradition by revisiting holidays of the past. Old family photographs at holiday gatherings will help prompt stories about your own life and family traditions.

Read, relax, respond

  • Put reading and writing skills to practical use. Plan holiday meals by reading cookbooks together, writing the shopping lists and finding the needed items at the store by reading signs and labels. Read the recipe and cook together. During the simmering and baking, kids can write and decorate menus or place cards for special holiday meals.
  • Set aside time just for reading. Curl up on the couch together and read aloud an old favorite or check out books about another culture’s winter celebrations.
  • Work on those letters. Improve writing skills with notes or letters to relatives and friends, thanking them for their holiday gifts.


Samsung Chromebook Plus 32GB - 12.2-inch Screen, $0 Down


Please be sure that your child travels with the district chromebook back and forth daily in their backpack when we are in a face to face situation.  All students should now have a new device.

Please review all of the information and resources on the district web page at:



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Stay Tuned for Material Pickup throughout the Remote Time Frame

As we remain remote, staff may need their students to have certain materials to go along with the Google Classroom.  We will send out notification of dates, times, and teachers who will be distributing materials as needed.

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Health Corner

Winter time brings some additional challenges to school aside from the cold weather.  Below are a few reminders for helping our students to stay safe and healthy at school:

  • Wash hands frequently — especially after using the restroom, coughing, or sneezing.
  • Cover your cough — cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue.
  • Encourage children to put hats and gloves into coat sleeves when hanging among others’ items.

Please report all cases of communicable illnesses or circumstances to our office when reporting your child’s absence.

** Students should be fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication before returning to school.

** Students who have been treated for head lice must have a head check in the office before returning to class, even if the head lice was discovered over the weekend.

By reporting these things to our staff, we can limit the spread of germs and other things.  The two attachments contain additional information that may be helpful to you.  Please know that information related to illnesses is kept confidential.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.


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From the Guidance Center…

Tips for making Thanksgiving dinner 2018

CDC Thanksgiving Recommendations

Let’s all stay healthy during turkey time by knowing the CDC recommendations for the upcoming holiday season:


Thanksgiving is a time when many families travel long distances to celebrate together. Travel increases the chance of getting and spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. Staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others. If you must travel, be informed of the risks involved.

Lower risk activities
  • Having a small dinner with only people who live in your household
  • Preparing traditional family recipes for family and neighbors, especially those at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19, and delivering them in a way that doesn’t involve contact with others
  • Having a virtual dinner and sharing recipes with friends and family
  • Shopping online rather than in person on the day after Thanksgiving or the next Monday
  • Watching sports events, parades, and movies from home
Moderate risk activities
  • Having a small outdoor dinner with family and friends who live in your community
  • Visiting pumpkin patches or orchards where people use hand sanitizer before touching pumpkins or picking apples, wearing masks is encouraged or enforced, and people are able to maintain social distancing
  • Attending a small outdoor sports events with safety precautions in place
Higher risk activities

Avoid these higher risk activities to help prevent the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19:

  • Going shopping in crowded stores just before, on, or after Thanksgiving
  • Participating or being a spectator at a crowded race
  • Attending crowded parades
  • Using alcohol or drugs, which can cloud judgement and increase risky behaviors
  • Attending large indoor gatherings with people from outside of your household


Coronavirus | Louisville Kentucky updates - Louisville Business First

Visitor Policy

Please be advised that per the Governors Executive Order, school buildings are to limit non-staff visitors.  If you have any needs from the office, principal, or teaching staff- please contact first via phone or email.  If the need should arise that you must come in, please scan the QR code and complete the screener BEFORE coming into the building.



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Arno Facebook

“LIKE” us to see lots of great updates and photos from school!  Thank you for promoting this social media platform as a positive way to share the good news and great things happening at Arno!




Please consider joining Arno Remind at:

Full directions: remind invite


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