Month: December 2019
A new year, and a new decade, is approaching so it’s the perfect time to shake up your beauty routine by applying some shimmer and glimmer to your favorite looks! These beautiful makeup artists in training will show you how to expertly apply your eye and lip make-up for the big celebration, and how to…Read More about How to Add Shimmer to New Years Eve Make-Up.
There’s nothing better than a warm batch of freshly baked gingerbread cookies to signal that it’s the holiday season! Our chefs-in-training at the Arlington ISD are sharing their recipe and their decorating tips! Learn more about this program and many more free certifications available through public education.Read More about Young Chefs Show How to make Gingerbread Cookies.
Congratulations to the Arlington ISD’s 2019-2020 National Merit Semifinalists and National Hispanic Scholars! Twenty-one AISD students have been honored with these prestigious accolades. Six out of the seven AISD high schools had students named either National Merit Semifinalists or National Hispanic Scholars or both, and 11 out of the 21 honorees started school in the…Read More about National Merit and Hispanic Scholars Recognized.
In this video, students in the Arlington ISD auto mechanics certification program give us expert tips on how to prepare our car for winter weather. Learn more about this free program and many others available in the Arlington ISD.Read More about Easy Tips to Get your Car Ready for a Winter Road Trip.
In this video, Vet Tech students Turner and Gracia will give you great tips on the types of toys that make perfect gifts for your pets this holiday season. They are gaining these skills as part of an intensive training program offered at the Agricultural Science Center in the Arlington ISD. Happy shopping for pets…Read More about Perfect Gifts for Pets this holiday season.
When I was a kid, I didn’t like to read. It wasn’t that I couldn’t read, I just didn’t enjoy it. I distinctly remember being assigned a book to read and feeling the tedious and emotional angst as I slowly went page by page just trying to finish the task. I was a deliberate and…Read More about Give the Gift of Learning.
Assistant principal Maria Luna has seen the smiles, the spirit and the love for the last 20 years – ever since she’s been at Webb Elementary – as members of the Fort Worth Chapter of Credit Unions take over the campus one day before the holiday break to spread cheer. These engaged community members were…Read More about Webb Elementary has holiday fun with Fort Worth Chapter of Credit Unions.
Schools in the Arlington ISD take the holidays seriously. There are sing-alongs, orchestra and choir performances, holiday stores, and parties throughout the district. So it’s safe to say Arlington ISD’s Holiday Spirit is unparalleled. Students at Arlington High helped kick things off last Tuesday with the fifth annual Santa’s Village. The school’s library was transformed…Read More about Arlington ISD’s Holiday Spirit with Mr. and Mrs. Claus!.
Dec. 13, 2019 – Construction of the new Wood Elementary library is almost finished. The 5,750-square-foot addition, funded by the 2014 Bond program, will open for students when they return from winter break in January. See video of the new library. “Wood Elementary places the highest priority on engaging academics and innovative approaches,” said Elizabeth…Read More about New Wood elementary library to open in January.
Last night, the Arlington ISD Board of Trustees approved a new five-year contract for Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos. Cavazos, recently named “Superintendent of the Year” by the Texas Association of School Boards, has been in the district for 20 years with seven of those being in the superintendent position. “We are fortunate to have a strong and impactful leader…Read More about Superintendent Contract renewed by AISD Board.