Category: Year: 2020
Arlington ISD high school students: it’s your time to shine! The “What’s Your Big Idea?” Entrepreneurship Contest is expanding to the high-school level, and we want to know your innovative and viable solutions for one of three provided challenges the City of Arlington is currently facing. Those challenges are: Parks and Recreation Challenge: How can…Read More about High School Entrepreneurship Contest Underway.
The number of fake threats against schools is staggering. In 2019, Tarrant County Crime Stoppers investigated 183 fake threats against schools. From those 183 tips, the Arlington Police Department made 22 arrests with charges of a terrorist threat, with half of those being junior high-age students. The threats put fear in students, teachers and parents.…Read More about Staggering Number of Fake Threats lead Law Enforcement and School Districts to Partner.
Students in Martin High School teacher Trey Benedict’s AP macroeconomics class came into Monday expecting to take a quiz but instead, they got a lecture from an unlikely teacher. Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush lectured and talked to them about Texas energy resources and answered questions about everything from the viability of offshore oil…Read More about George P. Bush Pays Visit to Martin High School.
Spots are open now for kids with a passion for the STEM experience at Arlington ISD’s Pearcy STEM Academy – the 9th certified elementary STEM school in Texas. Applications for limited openings are being accepted from Feb. 7-21 for the 2020-21 school year. This school is ideal for students with a love of science, technology,…Read More about Apply for Nationally Certified Elementary STEM School.
The new library at Wood Elementary is officially open. After many months of construction, the 5,750-square-foot addition, funded by the 2014 Bond program, welcomed students for the first time in January. “This is an exciting time for our students because the new library, along with the STEM labs and enhanced security features, are helping to…Read More about New Wood Elementary library opens.
Arlington ISD high school students got a unique glimpse into the world of public finance Wednesday during the first sale of bonds for the district’s $966 million 2019 Bond program. The sale turned into an educational experience when Seguin High School AP economics students joined students from an entrepreneurial class at the AISD Career and…Read More about First sale of bonds offers students a lesson in public finance.
Pre-k Public Partnerships Meeting Details Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 Time: 7:00 PM Location: Arlington ISD Mac Bernd Professional Development Center (PDC) 1111 W Arbrook Blvd, Arlington, TX 76015 Subject: Communicate an overview…Read More about Pre-k Public Partnerships Meeting Scheduled for Feb 12.
National School Counseling Week is February 3-7 and we want to thank our Arlington ISD school counselors for the work they do daily to encourage and support our students while Building Better Humans! School counselors are an integral part of each campus and their work impacts student achievement and school success. Here are the Top…Read More about Counseling Week celebrated across the district.
National Signing Day was met with a huge crowd of student-athletes, parents and coaches Wednesday at Arlington ISD’s Professional Development Center as 76 students from the district finalized their plans for college. The students represented all six of the district’s traditional high schools and will compete at 56 schools at the collegiate level. The students…Read More about Arlington ISD Student Athletes Shine.
There’s a chance that winter weather will impact the Arlington ISD in the morning and we want you to be ready. Here are three tips to keep you warm and informed: Stay informed Closings or school delays are announced on our website, Facebook and Twitter. We also alert Fox 4 News, NBC5, WFAA, CBS11, Univision,…Read More about Three Tips to Stay Warm and Informed in Winter Weather.