Arlington ISD is back with 5 Ways to Explore the World from Home We’re going a little animal crazy with this edition of 5 Ways to Explore the World Without Leaving Home. So when you’ve finished your daily work via the Arlington ISD At-Home Learning Hub, settle in and explore these animal-related adventures. Georgia Aquarium…Read More about Arlington ISD Presents 5 Ways To Explore The World – Animal Edition.
Gunn Junior High is closed for students, but construction hasn’t stopped. The Bond 2019 project to renovate and build an addition to the school is still proceeding as planned. The project is in the early stages but will eventually transform the entire site and building. With the addition and renovations, Gunn will become home to…Read More about Earthwork underway for Gunn Junior High construction project.
Arlington ISD Students Giving Back In A New Way During Shutdown Learning may look a little different for students in the Arlington ISD but activities like the AVID program and the National Junior Honor Society are still ongoing. Part of both of those involve students earning service hours which can be tricky given the COVID-19…Read More about Boles Junior High Gets Creative With Community Service.
Arlington ISD Reminds You Stay Healthy Online Now that school is online, students are spending more time in front of screens than ever. But too much screen time, especially without breaks, can be unhealthy. Protect yourself from the dangers of too much screen time. Follow the tips below to stay healthy and perform at your…Read More about Protect Yourself From Too Much Screen Time.
Arlington ISD’s Matt Bostick and Anthony Andro Get You Moving with Workout Wednesday In Episode 1 of Arlington ISD’s Workout Wednesdays, Duff Elementary physical education teacher Matt Bostick focused on four exercises that had people moving all around. Episode 2 has one focus: the burpee. Just the name can strike fear into some as the…Read More about Arlington ISD’s Workout Wednesday will keep you Active.
Arlington ISD Revives the Amazing Art Show for the Entire Family Since art is timeless, we’re going way back – in some cases 10 years back – to bring you the Arlington ISD’s Amazing Art Show with Angie Woolsey. Overall, there are more than 100 episodes of The Amazing Art Show on the district’s YouTube…Read More about Amazing Art Show Presented by Arlington ISD.
Arlington ISD Has Ways You Can See The World Virtually Are you ready to continue exploring the world without even leaving home? We’re back with a local edition of fun sites to check out after you’ve finished your daily work via the Arlington ISD At-Home Learning Hub. Explore away! River Legacy Park and River Legacy…Read More about Arlington ISD Has 5 New Ways To Explore The World From Home.
2014 Bond Preserves Legacy of Arlington ISD Past While Upgrading For Future Alumni If you etched your name into a girls’ locker room bench at Arlington High School in the last 40 years, it’s probably still there. Thanks to a thoughtful Arlington ISD carpenter, recent renovations funded by the 2014 Bond included a little historical…Read More about 40 Years Of Tradition Continues At Arlington ISD.
Arlington ISD Elementary Schools Compete In First Ever Virtual Chess Tournament This is the time of year where chess action between Arlington ISD elementary schools normally picks up. Of course with the school closure because of the coronavirus, students know nothing is normal about what’s happening around them. But that didn’t stop the chess competition.…Read More about Virtual Chess Tournament Held At Arlington ISD.
Practicing Online Safety Should Still Be A Priority Online safety has always been important for students. In fact, all students in grades K-12 in Arlington ISD receive dedicated yearly instruction on digital citizenship through their campus library programs. But now that schools are closed and students have to do almost all of their work online,…Read More about Arlington ISD Reminds Everyone To Practice Online Safety.