News From Across ARPS

One of the ways ARMS recognized Hispanic Heritage Month was with a panel discussion on Monday, October 15th. Featured speakers included Massachusetts State Representative Carlos Gonzales and Nicole Concepcion. All students gathered for an assembly that was followed by a small group discussion and a reception with the ARMS Student Voice/Student Council.

Visit the Gallery for more photos from the event.

On Tuesday, October 23rd, ARMS students were encouraged to sit with someone new at lunch as part of Mix It Up at Lunch Day. 

"Mix It Up at Lunch Day is an international campaign that encourages students to identify, question and cross social boundaries. While schools can register to host a Mix It Up event on any day of the year, millions of students around the world participate on the official Mix It Up at Lunch Day, held in late October."

The Wildwood Parent Guardian Organization (PGO) will be meeting  Monday, October 15 from 6 pm - 7 pm.

The meeting with feature a conversation with Nick, our principal, about updating the vision statement for our school.



This year our walk to school sponsored by the Wildwood PGO was bigger than ever! Watch our 3 minute recap here!

We are excited to share that a number of ARHS students have been recognized by the National Merit Society this year. Amanda Dee has been recognized as a semifinalist, and Adira Cohen, Timothy F. Demling, Giselle T. Hajir, Ethan O. Lebowitz, Emilio W. Levins Page, Yelena Y. Maher, Alana L. Sacks, Pearl E. Tulay, and Itai M. Zilbertstein have been named commended scholars.  Three students, Edith Oldham Barca, Susana Feldman, and Emilio Levins Page have also been named scholars in the 2019 National Hispanic Recognition Program.  Congratulations to all! You can read the press release here. ... Read More

On October 18th, ARMS students and staff will be taking a stand against bullying by going purple on Spirit Day. 

"Spirit Day is a means of speaking out against LGBTQ bullying and standing with LGBTQ youth, who disproportionately face bullying and harassment because of their identities. Pledging to 'go purple' on Spirit Day is a way for everyone — forward-thinking companies, global leaders, respected celebrities, neighbors, parents, classmates, and friends — to visibly show solidarity with LGBTQ youth and to take part in the largest, most visible anti-bullying campaign in the world... Read More