Category: Month: October 2018
Please join us to help celebrate the 80th anniversary of Kooken Education Center beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018! There will be a program, tours, refreshments and documenting memories from former students. Kooken is located at 423 N. Center Street in Arlington. Please park in the Kooken lots and the First United…Read More about Kooken’s 80th anniversary celebration!.
Congratulations to the Arlington ISD Teachers and Department Employee of the Month for October 2018: Abi Kellison from Thornton Elementary, Yuliana Uleman from Gunn Junior High, Nicholas Young from Lamar High School and Alison Mendelsohn from the PEIMS department. We appreciate your hard work and how you strive to always make sure our students know…Read More about October 2018 Employees of the Month.
Students who graduated from Arlington ISD in 2018 can participate in TSI testing at the TCC—SE campus on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. A valid state of Texas ID and a completed application for TCC are needed for 2018 TSI testing. Individuals may arrive at the TCC—SE campus by 10:30 or take transportation from their home…Read More about 2018 TSI testing for college opportunity.
The Arlington ISD Board of Trustees is accepting applications for the 2019 Capital Needs Steering Committee. Applications are due by 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. The purpose of the 2019 CNSC is to provide recommendations to the Board for prioritized facility and identified capital needs through 2025 to support the district’s strategic plan.…Read More about Capital Needs Steering Committee.
Alexis L., a sophomore at Arlington Collegiate High School, is the October 2018 AISD High School Student of the Month! Alexis is a highly-motivated student who is a humble leader among his classmates. Alexis currently has a 4.0 college GPA but his leadership is about more than just grades. He is not afraid to ask…Read More about October 2018 Student of the Month.
Applications are available now to serve on the 2018-2019 School Health Advisory Committee. The primary role of the School Health Advisory Committee is to assist the district in ensuring that the local community values are reflected in the District’s health education instruction. The SHAC has provided the AISD Board of Trustees with valuable input from…Read More about School Health Advisory Committee.