Category: Year: 2017
Lets Paint! Who doesn’t like to paint? Of course, 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…Read More about The Art of Painting Parking Spaces.
Cougar Pride The Cougar PRIDE show 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…Read More about Cougar Pride at Crow Elementary.
When Bowie High School counselors organized Bowie High’s Super Saturday, a morning jam packed with information for college-minded juniors and seniors, they made sure certain basics were covered: how to prepare for entrance exams like the ACT, the importance of essay writing for scholarships and how to apply for financial aid. They even had former…Read More about Bowie High’s Super Saturday.
Congratulations to the September 2017 High School Student of the Month Carson B. from Arlington High School! Carson is an amazing student and an even better humanitarian and example for other students at Arlington. Carson is currently ranked No. 21 in his class and he is taking six IB classes. He is on the Arlington…Read More about Carson B. is the 2017 September Student of the Month.
The Arlington ISD will conduct its PSAT testing from 7:35 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017. All sophomores and juniors enrolled in the AISD will take the PSAT, and these students are automatically enrolled. The assessment is free for all 10th and 11th grade AISD students and home-schooled students living within the…Read More about PSAT Testing will be conducted Oct. 11, 2017.
The Arlington ISD has partnered with Cook Children’s, the UNT Health Science Center and JPS Health for the 2017-2018 school year to participate in the Asthma 411 program, a three-part program that includes access to rescue medication, enhanced school management and support/comprehensive prevention. Cook Children’s has generously donated supplies so that each AISD campus will…Read More about Asthma 411 program partnership with Cook Children’s.
Apply for the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee 2017 now through Sept. 1, 2017. The Arlington ISD is accepting applications for positions on the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee 2017. The committee is established to provide transparency and enhance public confidence in the use of proceeds from the sale of bonds authorized by Arlington ISD voters on…Read More about Citizens Bond Oversight Committee 2017.
The Arlington Independent School District is committed to providing accessible information to all people wherever possible. The AISD District will work to ensure that persons with disabilities have an opportunity equal to that of their non-disabled peers to access and utilize information technologies and technology-related services. A committee, consisting of internal stakeholders and technical staff,…Read More about The AISD District Digital Accessibility Initiative.
Any child 1-18 can receive a free meal (breakfast and/or lunch) daily at one of the following sites. No registration or I.D. is needed. This program is for children only. School Site ListRead More about Free Meals for students in Arlington ISD.
STAAR 2017 Grades 3-8 test results will be available on or after June 14. Districts are not receiving Confidential Student Reports (CSRs) until late summer due to the redesign of the reports by TEA. For this reason, student results will be made available to parents in the Parent Self Serve. The Arlington ISD will use…Read More about STAAR 2017 Grades 3-8 Test Results.