Arlington Central School District

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144 Todd Hill Rd., LaGrangeville, NY 12540
Dutchess County, New York
United States
Coordinates 41°39′20″N 73°46′39″W / 41.6556°N 73.7774°W / 41.6556; -73.7774 (District office)Coordinates: 41°39′20″N 73°46′39″W / 41.6556°N 73.7774°W / 41.6556; -73.7774 (District office)
District information
Type Public
Grades K-12
Established 1924 (1924)
Superintendent Brendan J. Lyons[1]
Asst. Superintendent(s) Lynn Rafalik, Pupil Personnel Services, Christine Lowden, Curriculum and Instruction, Robin Zimmerman, Business[1]
Schools 13
Budget $179,406,656
District ID 3603270[2]
Students and staff
Students 9,724[3]
Teachers 683 (FTE) [3]
Student-teacher ratio 14.25 [3]
Other information

The Arlington Central School District (abbreviated ACSD) is one of thirteen public school districts serving residents of Dutchess County, New York.


Coverage area[edit]

The district's territory covers substantial parts of the Towns of Beekman, La Grange, Pleasant Valley, Poughkeepsie, and Union Vale. The district also includes small parts of the Towns of East Fishkill, Hyde Park, Pawling and Wappinger.


As of 2011, ACSD had 9,724 students. In the 2010-2011 school year one elementary school, LaGrange, was shut down, its last day being June 23, 2010.[4] Its building was converted into office space for the district.[5] In 2014, Arlington Middle School was converted into Arthur S. May Elementary School, and the former Arthur S. May building was shut down. Both structures had served as a high school for the district in the past. [6]




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LaGrange Middle School LaGrange Grades 6-8 Formerly AHS South Campus [1]
Union Vale Middle School Union Vale Grades 6-8 Constructed In 2004, along with Vail Farm Elementary School [2]