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April Citizen of the Month at AHS: Emily Narinsky

Principal Matt JangerJanger

The Student Council is proud to present the Arlington High School Citizen of the Month -- Emily Narinsky.

AHS Priuncipal Matthew Janger reported that Emily was nominated by her peers for countless reasons. She is known by her classmates to be “kind and a hard worker, inside and outside of class”. We want to thank her for creating a wonderful sense of community and bringing joy to everyone around her, for “always participating and adding more to discussions” and being a great community leader and role model. “She is friendly towards classmates and always willing to socialize with people, even if she doesn't know them well.”

Thank you, Emily, for your constant efforts to make AHS a more positive and welcoming environment!

As April comes to an end, we will now begin accepting nominations for our May Citizen of the Month! Please take the few minutes to nominate AHS Students who:

Exhibit genuine care for the school as a community
Take pride in and show enthusiasm for what they do
Demonstrate kindness toward their peers
Spread positivity and extinguish negativity
You can submit your nominations through the google form below, or in the drop box in the media center.

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This news announcement was published Saturday, May 5, 2018.

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