Busy at work at ARL Middle School
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Students are engaged in learning at the Albert R Lyman Middle School, according to Principal Chas DeWitt at the February 13 meeting of the San Juan School Board.

Enrollment is growing. DeWitt predicts that the school will have the highest enrollment since 2002 in the next school year, with an estimated 319 students.

The school is the only middle school in the district, which creates challenges and opportunities.

DeWitt encourages students, parents and community members to check out the host of information and resources at the school website at www.sanjuan.k12.ut.us/Schools/arl/index.htm.

Many students leaders at the school are pictured above. Members of student government who are not pictured include eighth grade representative Jami Harvey and sixth grade representatives Koy Nielson and Kellie Palmer.
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