Category: Month: October 2020

New natatorium open for swim practice

New Arlington ISD natatorium open

October 16, 2020
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Swim coaches share their excitement as new Natatorium Opens in Arlington The coaches might be more excited than the student athletes. The Arlington ISD’s first-ever district pool, housed in the new Arlington ISD Athletics Center, finally opened last week for student swimmers – and their coaches. Now, the huge state-of-the-art pool is filled daily with…

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National Principals Month

Arlington ISD Celebrates National Principals Month

October 16, 2020
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Arlington ISD principals share their thoughts during National Principals Month  October is National Principals Month, and the Arlington ISD is fortunate to have outstanding campus leaders. We wanted to hear their thoughts on being a principal so we’re asking them questions throughout the month. Here’s part two. 〉What’s the most challenging part about being a…

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National Hispanic Heritage Month mole sauce recipes

Culinary classes share recipes for National Hispanic Heritage Month

October 15, 2020
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Mole sauce has many varieties To wrap up National Hispanic Heritage Month, let’s celebrate with food! Since we can’t gather for a party right now, we’ll settle for sharing recipes. And we have three good ones for mole sauce straight from the Arlington ISD’s culinary program at the Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center. National…

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National Hispanic Heritage Month Yulliana Sosa

Arlington ISD Spotlights Yulliana Sosa’s Hispanic Heritage

October 14, 2020
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Guatemala has colorful gastronomy During National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Arlington ISD is spotlighting several staff members about their Hispanic Heritage. Today we’re talking with Yulliana Sosa, a clerk in our food and nutrition services department. 〉What does your Hispanic heritage mean to you? It means honoring the history, culture and influence of past generations…

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National Hispanic Heritage Month Angel Silva

Arlington ISD Spotlights Angel Silva’s Hispanic Heritage

October 13, 2020
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Puerto Ricans “celebrate almost everything”  During National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Arlington ISD is spotlighting several staff members about their Hispanic Heritage. Today we’re talking with Angel Silva, a project manager in our facility planning and construction department. 〉What does your Hispanic heritage mean to you? It reflects in our culture, history and our background.…

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National Principals Month

Arlington ISD Celebrates National Principals Month

October 9, 2020
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Principals sharing their thoughts all month October is National Principals Month, and the Arlington ISD is fortunate to have outstanding campus leaders. We wanted to hear their thoughts on being a principal so we’re asking them questions throughout the month. Here’s part one. 〉What’s the most rewarding part about being a principal? “The giggles! I…

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National Hispanic Heritage Month with Demaris Gloria

Arlington ISD Spotlights Damaris Gloria’s Hispanic Heritage

October 9, 2020
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Hispanic culture is “colorful” During National Hispanic Heritage Month the Arlington ISD is spotlighting several staff members about their Hispanic Heritage. Today we’re talking with Damaris Gloria, a fourth-grade teacher at Blanton Elementary. 〉What does your Hispanic heritage mean to you? Hispanic heritage is the feeling I get when I hear a mariachi play. It…

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