Thursday, October 23, 2014

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"We know how important technology is in today's day and age.  We want our students to have access to the best 21st century tools so that they will be better prepared for their future.  We need your input as we work through the process of assessing our technology across the school district.  We're using an online survey called BrightBytes Clarity to get feedback from our students, teachers, and also from you.  Using the URL below, please take a moment to tell us about your experience with technology. It should only take about 10 minutes.  We'll be looking at your feedback, along with our student and teacher feedback, to give us a picture of how our students are using technology to learn in AISD.  Thank you for your help!

 

Ousley Junior High Parent Survey - English


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Ousley Junior High Student Survey - English

 

Ousley Junior High Student Survey - Spanish

 

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Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck joined Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos, Experience Arlington CEO Ronnie Price, Arlington’s Urban Forestry & Land Manager Heather Dowell and Ousley Junior High students on the school’s front lawn for a ceremonial planting. - See more at: http://myarlingtontx.com/2014/02/12/first-four-trees-planted-in-southeast-arlington/#sthash.gTsyn00l.dpuf
Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck joined Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos, Experience Arlington CEO Ronnie Price, Arlington’s Urban Forestry & Land Manager Heather Dowell and Ousley Junior High students on the school’s front lawn for a ceremonial planting. - See more at: http://myarlingtontx.com/2014/02/12/first-four-trees-planted-in-southeast-arlington/#sthash.gTsyn00l.dpuf
Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck joined Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos, Experience Arlington CEO Ronnie Price, Arlington’s Urban Forestry & Land Manager Heather Dowell and Ousley Junior High students on the school’s front lawn for a ceremonial planting. - See more at: http://myarlingtontx.com/2014/02/12/first-four-trees-planted-in-southeast-arlington/#sthash.gTsyn00l.dpuf
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Imagine No Violence Art Contest Winner       

Out of 40,000 entries from Arlington, Fort Worth, Mansfield, Birdville and Kennedale, Ousley Junior High art student Madaline S. won the grand prize for the Imagine No Violence Art Contest at the middle school level. The contest was sponsored by the Ft. Worth Safe City Commission. Students were challenged to create a piece of artwork reflecting the idea of a world without violence. Madaline and her family will be going on an all expense paid trip to Disney World. Congratulations!

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