Category: Year: 2019
The brand-new World Language Academy at Wimbish, opening in fall 2019, will provide students in prekindergarten through sixth grade rich learning experiences, language proficiency in multiple languages, cultural understanding and an expanded world view. Engaging classroom experiences will prepare students for language proficiency in multiple languages. Students can select a dual-language pathway in either English/Spanish…Read More about New World Language Academy to teach Spanish, French.
Congratulations to Ofuchinyelu A., the High School March 2019 Student of the Month from Sam Houston High School! Ofuchinyelu is an exceptional senior at Sam Houston who is a role model as well as a leader among her peers. Over the last four years, she has shown her commitment to scholarship and service to others…Read More about March 2019 Student of the Month is Ofuchinyelu A.!.
Remember when you had to drive (or have your Mom drive) to some odd location on an early Saturday morning with a No. 2 pencil in-hand to take the feared SAT exam? Well, those days are over at the Arlington ISD! Now don’t get too excited. We just mean the driving on Saturday part is…Read More about Arlington ISD offers 5 tips to prepare for the SAT exam.
March 20, 2019 – The Capital Needs Steering Committee met last night at the AISD Professional Development Center to continue reviewing and prioritizing the AISD’s capital needs. The committee first received a presentation from a member of the AISD’s Financial Futures Committee (FFC). The presentation reviewed the district’s financial status, its sources of revenue and its…Read More about Capital Needs Steering Committee meets, reviews district finances and capital needs.
Hear firsthand from Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos as he joins Nick Carissimi on the Better Living podcast. Dr. Cavazos said his job as superintendent is to make sure students know that, “their future can be much better, much [more] enhanced than their current reality. That’s giving people inspiration and hope. That’s our…Read More about Meet Dr. C – AISD Superintendent Marcelo Cavazos.
Public education has changed. Gone are the days where teachers stand at the front of the class to call on students in precisely aligned rows of desks. In today’s classrooms, it’s not unusual to find the teacher in the back of the room as some students work on group projects, others practice their videography or…Read More about 4 Ways Arlington ISD is making Education a Superpower.
Register today for the 6th annual Arlington ISD Super Saver Fun Run! This run/walk 5K will be at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 13, 2019, at River Legacy Park in Arlington. The run is hosted by the AISD Facility Services department. Register for the 6th Annual Super Saver Fun Run by March 29 for an…Read More about 6th Super Saver Run April 13, 2019!.
The 2019 Advanced Placement exams will be administered May 6-17, 2019, and registration for homeschooled students will be held through March 8, 2019, at each high school campus. The cost for AP testing is $94. Home-schooled students who reside in the Arlington ISD attendance zone and wish to register for AP testing should contact the…Read More about AP Testing for Homeschooled Students.
Parents of Arlington ISD students are encouraged to complete the Parent Satisfaction Survey to share your experiences with your child’s school. The research team at Gibson is conducting the survey on behalf of the Arlington ISD. The findings from this survey will be reviewed by all stakeholders and used in creating action plans at school…Read More about Parents Encouraged to Complete AISD Satisfaction Survey.
Congratulations to the AISD Teachers and Department Employee of the Month for February 2019 Paula Kilgore from Little Elementary, Kristal Baty from Turning Point Secondary, Amy Wood from the Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center, and Souna Masri from Food and Nutrition Services and Dunn Elementary. Thank you for your hard work on behalf of the…Read More about February 2019 Employees of the Month.