Category: Year: 2021
It was another busy year for Arlington ISD’s bond programs. The 2014 Bond came to a close and the 2019 Bond launched more projects. All of it was and is geared toward giving students access to a remarkable education and world-class opportunities. And all of it is thanks to you. Your support makes these bond…Read More about The Top 10 Bond Program Stories of 2021.
Let’s go down memory lane! So many great things happened in the Arlington ISD in 2021. It’s hard to pick our favorite, so we didn’t. Instead, we picked a few of our Favorite Things of 2021 to give you an idea of all the awesome stories that come through our district. Thank you for doing…Read More about A Few of Our Favorite Things of 2021.
Workout Wednesdays with Duff Elementary physical education teacher Matt Bostick don’t take a break for the holidays. If you’ve been a little too jolly with the Christmas cookies or a little too cold to go outside and get your exercise in as we close out 2021, Bostick has you covered. And he may be a…Read More about Workout Wednesdays Matt Bostick Closes Out 2021!.
Differentiation. It’s a word that is commonly used throughout the education community. It is also a word that is routinely misused. Most individuals using this term do so to describe their effort to provide a variety of entry points to children in the learning process. We often hear of differentiation of content (what is taught),…Read More about The Gift of Differentiation.
Winter is here. With temperatures dropping, we all know how to bundle up. But what about your pets? They get cold, too. That’s why Arlington ISD’s Ag center students have several tips to help you take care of your pets in the cold winter months. Do you have a dog or a cat? Or even…Read More about Arlington ISD’s Ag Center students keep your pets warm!.
Pumpkin isn’t just for Halloween or Thanksgiving. At least not the way advanced culinary student Tristan Johnston does it. Johnston, who is a senior at the Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center, has the perfect pumpkin recipe that just about anyone can do over the winter break. His recipe for pumpkin pie bars is simple…Read More about Pumpkin Pie Bar Recipe Anyone?.
Christmas is coming and Dunn Elementary art teacher Nicole Miller wants to make sure you’re ready. That’s why she’s showing everyone how to make a Star Picture Frame. Whether you want to clip the frame to a Christmas tree to give to a relative or put it on a shelf or mantle for all to…Read More about Star Picture Frame DIY With Dunn Elementary!.
If your Christmas tree needs a little pop, have no fear. Corey Academy of Fines Arts and Dual Language art teacher Samantha Uribe has you covered. With just five essential items and some imagination, anyone can turn their tree into a personalized masterpiece thanks to Personalized Yarn Ornaments. The activity is for all ages and…Read More about Personalized Yarn Ornaments Anyone? We got you!.
What’s the Buzz at Webb? The students at Webb Elementary are all abuzz. And it’s not just because of the holidays. It’s because their new school – under construction next door to their current building – has gone vertical. That means the steel is now being erected for the frame of the building. The construction…Read More about Future Webb Elementary goes vertical.
Ella B’s is the Place to Be! The holiday spirit was alive and well at Ella B’s restaurant in Arlington on Wednesday. More than 100 people from Arlington ISD’s Families in Transition (FIT) program enjoyed an upscale dining experience during the inaugural Ella B’s Generous Hands: Holiday Give Back Dinner, which featured a visit from…Read More about Holiday Spirit at Ella B’s Brings Families Together.