Category: Month: October 2020

National Hispanic Heritage Month with Dr. Jackeline Orsini

Arlington ISD Spotlights Dr. Jackeline Orsini’s Hispanic Heritage

October 8, 2020
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Dr. Orsini hails from Puerto Rico During National Hispanic Heritage Month the Arlington ISD is spotlighting several staff members about their Hispanic Heritage. Today we’re talking with Dr. Jackeline Orsini, our director of early childhood learning. 〉What does your Hispanic heritage mean to you? It’s about celebrating my culture, being proud of my roots and…

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Arlington ISD College Night

High school students visit colleges … virtually

October 6, 2020
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Students speak with college recruiters from across country Arlington ISD juniors and seniors are supposed to be visiting colleges like Texas A&M and Stephen F. Austin right around now, but the COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to that. The solution: do a virtual tour. It’s not the same thing, but what is right now? Seniors…

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Arlington ISD Recognizes Team on National Custodial Workers Recognition Day

October 2, 2020
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Custodians part of Arlington ISD school families It’s National Custodial Workers Recognition Day! While we always appreciate our custodians, with COVID-19 we are more grateful than ever for the work they do. If you see any of our outstanding custodians, please give them a huge THANK YOU!  Their dedication and attention to detail is nothing…

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Families Explore Specialized Programs at Arlington ISD

October 1, 2020
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Elementary specialized program applications open now When the Arlington ISD is introducing its specialized educational offerings for students we usually begin with the most pertinent news first: free. Free as in college credit. Free as in packing in a couple of years of college without serving up a dime. Free as in bypassing college completely…

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