Category: Month: September 2017

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AISD home to eight National Merit semifinalists

September 28, 2017
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Congratulations to eight Arlington ISD seniors who were named semifinalists in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Isaac James from Arlington High School, Wei-Chen Huang and Karen Yang from Lamar High School, and Calvin Birchall-Roman, Nicholas Chin, Brock Moore, Abram Qui and Brandon Swinney from Martin High School are among the AISD honorees. The National…

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AISD September Teachers and Department Employee of the Month

September 25, 2017
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Congratulations to the Arlington ISD Teachers and Department Employee of the Month for September! Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos honored Andrea Trowbridge from Burgin Elementary, Patrick Haubold from Bailey Junior High, Billy Skinner from Lamar High School and Lakisha Rogers from the warehouse department on Monday, Sept. 25. We appreciate how you work everyday to empower…

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Location Directory

September 25, 2017

Administration Building 1203 W Pioneer Pkwy Arlington, TX 76013 AISD Annex 1850 Brown Blvd Arlington, TX 76006 Annex I 1200 W Arkansas Ln Arlington, TX 76013 Annex II 1202 W Arkansas Arlington, TX 76013 Annex III 1204 W Arkansas Arlington, TX 76013 Annex IV 1141 W Pioneer Pkwy Arlington, TX 76013 Drop Out Prevention 600…

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Visual Arts

September 19, 2017

Department Contact: Linh Nguyen Coordinator (682) 867-7693 lnguyen@aisd.net Welcome The Arlington Independent School District Visual Arts Department seeks to positively influence the lives of students by teaching innovation, creative thinking, and meaning-making through investigations and production of visual art. Additionally, creating and nurturing opportunities for collaborations between students, parents, and our community is a priority.…

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Foreign Exchange Student Programs

September 19, 2017

The Arlington Independent School District’s (AISD) foreign exchange program provides students from other countries the opportunity to learn about the history of the United States, the working of our government, and to become more fluent in both the written and spoken English language. Enrollment & Eligibility Guidelines – Guidelines are provided to assist foreign exchange…

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Starting Cheer Early

September 14, 2017
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The sport of cheerleading has changed over the last couple of decades, moving away from its origins as a support system for basketball and football to competition so athletically challenging that some teams exist as competition-only squads. AISD schools compete nationally against other squads but primary duties are still to stalk the sidelines with megaphones,…

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The Art of Parking Spaces

September 14, 2017
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There are dog people and cat people. Lamar High School’s Kayla L. is an elephant person. She’s loved them since sixth or seventh grade. If she wasn’t dragging her parents to the Fort Worth Zoo to see them up close and personal, she was reading about them, watching documentaries on television or videos online, or…

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Showing P-R-I-D-E

September 14, 2017
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Cougar PRIDE at Crow Elementary is always showing, from the teachers who welcome students each morning to parents dropping them off. But that pride is in overdrive during the school’s annual kick-off pep rally. It’s a pep rally for the entire school and everyone in it, said Principal Jamie MacDougall, and while this event is…

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