Monday, October 20, 2014  

Bring Your Own Technology Initiative

BYOT Guidelines


Stuco Goes Global

Stuco is  venturing out on a global basis this year in conjuction with the Water Project.
Our goal is to raise money to build a well or clean up a well in Africa.  Fundraisning will be
going on as we gear up for Homecoming October 10th.  There will be a class contest and
we hope to get all clubs and organizations to get involved with donations and support
of their homecoming nominees.  We will also be talking with local organizations for their support

Principals Lamar, Andy Hagman & Shahveer Dhalla of Arlington
at the volleyball game supporting their students


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Lamar Football Players

Lamar athletes visit Larson Elementary each week to read to students and play games.

Vikings in the Community

Thor and Thor Corps

Austin B - Thor
Left to Right: Jansen R, Zak L, Jake S, Chastity B, Jack M, Charlie B,
Robert R, Adam L, Austin F

Calendar of Events

Click on Agenda to see a list of events.


Technology Survey

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!

Parent Survey


Faculty/Staff survey


Student Survey


The time frame is the entire month of October 1-31

Lamar High School PTA

How to Pay for College Without Going Broke
A Free Parent Workshop, October 9th
Click here for more information

AISD Board of Trustees named 2014 Outstanding School Board of Texas

ARLINGTON, Texas, Sept. 27, 2014 – The Arlington ISD Board of Trustees was today named 2014 Outstanding School Board of Texas by the Texas Association of School Administrators. The program honors one school board from the state’s 1,027 independent school districts that has demonstrated dedication to student achievement and makes every effort to put students first.

“Our Board is passionate about ensuring that all Arlington ISD students are successful, and this recognition validates that focus and their work to achieve that belief,” Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos said. “The Board truly exemplifies governance through transformation. They are committed to our mission to empower and engage all students to be contributing, responsible citizens reaching their maximum potential through relevant, innovative and rigorous learning experiences.”

The five finalist Honor Boards were selected by a committee of school superintendents and were then interviewed yesterday during the TASA/TASB Convention. The committee’s decisions were based on specific criteria, including support for educational performance, support for educational improvement projects, commitment to a code of ethics, and maintenance of harmonious and supportive relationships among board members.

“We are honored to have been named the 2014 Outstanding School Board of Texas for our work supporting the education of our nearly 64,000 students,” Board President Bowie Hogg. “The Board is committed to strong educational performance and improvement and is made up of dedicated public servants.”

Tuesdays & Thursdays • 3 - 7p.m. in the Library
Math tutor available on Tuesdays • Science tutor available on Thursdays

Senior Portraits

Monday, Nov. 24          7:35am-2:45pm                            Auditorium (Retake Day)
Tuesday, Nov. 25         7:35am-2:45pm                           Auditorium (Retake Day)

AVID National
Demonstration School

Lamar is an AVID National Demonstration School.
This recognition is earned for beingan exemplary model of the Advancement
Via Individual Determination program and demonstrating the very best AVID
methodologies and strategies. They join Carter and Hutcheson junior highs
in achieving this high honor; of the4,800 schools implementing AVID,
Only approximately 120 schools have this designation.


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