Category: Month: May 2020
The Board of Education of Arlington Independent School District will receive sealed proposals for renovations at the district’s Enterprise Centre. This is a Bond 2019 project. 20-35 CSP for Enterprise Centre 2019 BOND BIDS ONLINE DUE DATE: June 18, 2020, 2:00 PM/CST PRE-PROPOSAL MEETING: May 27, 2020, 10:00 AM/CST at Enterprise Centre – 690 E.…Read More about 2019 Bond Bids online, Bids due June 18.
Arlington ISD Recognizes The Achievements Of Lamar High School Valedictorian Jenna Losh In the weeks leading up to Arlington ISD graduations June 5, 6 and 7 at AT&T Stadium, we will be celebrating the Class of 2020 valedictorian and salutatorian for all seven Arlington ISD high schools. Four Questions with Lamar High School Valedictorian Jenna…Read More about Arlington ISD Celebrates Lamar High School Valedictorian Jenna Losh.
From the Countryside to Depths of the Ocean, Explore the World From Home You won’t need a signed permission slip or bus ride for these 5 Ways to Explore the World because you won’t even be leaving your home. Finish up your schoolwork via the At-Home Learning Hub and then log on, dive in and…Read More about Explore The World From Home.
Arlington ISD Students Win Big With Big Ideas Nearly 1,400 Arlington ISD students were celebrated virtually Friday afternoon for coming up with a big idea for the annual What’s Your Big Idea? Entrepreneurship Contest. These third-through-eighth graders were honored by the Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce and the Partners In Education Committee for demonstrating the…Read More about What’s Your Big Idea? Entrepreneurship At It’s Finest.
Purposeful Play Builds Educational Foundation Lots of playtime probably isn’t what comes to mind when you think about going to school. But for Arlington ISD’s Pre-K students, purposeful play is a big part of every day. “Sometimes, when people hear the word play, they think it’s a bad word, that students are unsupervised, running around,…Read More about Purposeful Play Fosters Learning In Pre-K.
Get Creative With Arlington ISD’s Makerspace Activity of the Week: Origami This week’s makerspace activity comes from Arlington High School librarian Maryjane O’Halloran-Beane. She’ll introduce you to the fun Japanese art of origami. Origami is from Japanese culture. Ori means folding, and kami means paper, so it is the art of paper folding. Origami is…Read More about Makerspace Activity of the Week: Origami.
Student Meal Plan Has Distributed Over One Million Meals To Arlington ISD Students & Their Families The Arlington ISD student meal plan, which started March 16, surpassed the one-million meal mark last week. The student meals assure than anyone 18-and-under can get 12 meals a week during the school closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.…Read More about One Million Meals Served to Arlington ISD and Families.
Arlington ISD classes of 2020 to graduate at AT&T Stadium When the Arlington ISD announced it would hold its 2020 graduation ceremonies at UT Arlington’s College Park Center last week, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) had not issued graduation procedures. Upon learning that ceremonies couldn’t be held indoors, the district immediately began working on a…Read More about Gene and Jerry Jones Foundation Lends A Hand.
Arlington ISD’s Matt Bostick Gives Meaning To AMRAP In This Workout Wednesday Edition Last week, Duff Elementary physical education teacher Matt Bostick introduced many to a new word with Tabata for Workout Wednesday. For this week’s Episode 7, Bostick is at it again. It’s AMRAP time. While it might sound like a cool phrase when…Read More about Workout Wednesday: As Many Reps As Possible.
Arlington ISD Asks Students To Share Their Appreciation For Teachers Students: It’s been a crazy school year for you and your teachers! Now that the year is almost over, let your teachers know how much you appreciate them. Our teachers always work hard, but they’ve gone to new, extraordinary lengths to help you keep learning…Read More about Post Teacher Thank You Messages Before School Year Ends.