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2019-2020 School Calendar

The Arcola School Board recently approved the school calendar for the 2019-2020 school year. Please use the legend at the bottom right of the document for clarity of abbreviations. Click on the......

Scott's Law - If It's Flashing Move Over

Scott's Law - If It's Flashing Move Over

Scott's Law – If It's Flashing Move Over Driver Education Instructors, So far in 2019, 14 Illinois State Troopers have been hit by motorists while stopped on the side of the......

Tim Ryan "From Dope to Hope"

Tim Ryan "From Dope to Hope"

Coming soon “From Dope to Hope “speaker Tim Ryan will be at Arcola on April 16th at the Nancy Stiff Gymnasium. We are excited to have Tim Ryan speak for our Douglas County students, staff, and......

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Tom Mulligan

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Douglas County CEO Trade Show will be held Thursday, April 25 from 5-7 pm at Yoder's in Arthur. Come out and see the businesses that the students have developed!

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Tom Mulligan

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Douglas County High School students hearing a powerful message about addiction from Nick Gore! view image

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Emily Coombe

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Daryl Weseloh, Chief of Police Minier, D.A.R.E Board, presented Arcola's Michael Phillips with an award commemorating his 20 years of service to the D.A.R.E. advisory board. view image

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Tom Mulligan

13 days ago

​The Arcola School Board recently approved the school calendar for the 2019-2020 school year. Please use the legend at the bottom right of the document for clarity of abbreviations. http://www.arcola.k12.il.us/article/103288?org=arcola-cusd

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Jill Hohlbauch

14 days ago

Scott's Law – If It's Flashing Move Over Driver Education Instructors, So far in 2019, 14 Illinois State Troopers have been hit by motorists while stopped on the side of the road, compared to eight incidents in calendar year 2018. The Illinois State Board of Education and the Illinois State Police are working together to ensure all teen drivers, their parents, and families have the information they need to protect those who protect us. Scott's Law, also known as the Move Over Law, was named after Lieutenant Scott Gillen of the Chicago Fire Department who was struck and killed by an intoxicated driver while assisting at a crash on the Dan Ryan Expressway. Scott's Law mandates that upon approaching any stationary vehicle with flashing emergency lights, including commercial trucks and cars, all approaching vehicles shall: • reduce speed, • change lanes if possible; and • proceed with caution. view image

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