Category: Month: February 2021
Las oportunidades para que un estudiante se encaminen hacia el éxito no surgen con frecuencia, por lo que cuando lo hacen, es importante actuar con rapidez. Ese es el caso en Arlington ISD, que tiene un periodo de transferencia abierto del 1 al 19 de marzo que permitirá a los estudiantes cambiarse a un distrito…Read More about Tres formas en que cambiarte a Arlington ISD transformará su futuro.
Addition includes new gymnasium The new additions at Crow Leadership Academy are all standing as construction continues on the school’s 2019 Bond project. “Although we have one of the oldest buildings in the district, Crow is extremely well built and, through the dedication of our amazing custodial staff, has been very well maintained,” said Crow principal Jamie…Read More about Crow Leadership Academy additions standing.
Bell stresses importance of education Former NFL offensive lineman Byron Bell had a simple message for the Seguin Cougars during his virtual engagement with more than 100 students Thursday morning. “Do what’s right, and you’ll get rewarded,” Bell said. “Don’t be the distraction.” Bell, who spent ten seasons in the NFL, was the school’s guest…Read More about Former NFL lineman shares Black History Month message.
Recently, I read a quote that stopped me in my tracks. The quote was posted on a small road sign in a highly populated metropolitan city. It read, “Just because someone carries it well, doesn’t mean it isn’t heavy.” This message resonated with me deeply and is a powerful reminder of the invisibility that often…Read More about Checking in On Our Kids’ Hearts.
Weather-related damages push SAT back Last week’s winter weather has forced the Arlington ISD to change its plans for some juniors slated to take the SAT next week. While most pre-registered juniors will take the SAT on Wednesday, March 3, that won’t be the case at Lamar, Martin and Sam Houston high schools. Because of…Read More about SAT postponed for some Arlington ISD students.
Curriculum and Instruction department recognized for innovation COVID-19 has not only affected how teachers teach their students, it has also impacted how they learn themselves, how they develop their own skills, and how they access support for the curriculum they teach. Teachers’ time is at a premium like never before, and they simply don’t have…Read More about District implements new professional learning model for teachers.
Set your students up on a path for success Opportunities to set students up on a path for success don’t come up often, so when they do, it’s important to act fast. That’s the case in the Arlington ISD, which has a transfer window open from March 1 to March 19 that will allow students…Read More about 7 Ways Transferring to Arlington ISD will Transform Your Future.
Parent virtual meetings on March 9 The Arlington ISD College and Career Expo has a new look for 2021! Beginning March 11, students in grades nine through 12 will participate in activities and discussions with college recruiters and industry professionals during their classes. Career and college virtual resource boards will be available to students after…Read More about Arlington ISD College and Career Expo has new look for 2021.
Nine facilities with significant damage Following a rash of winter storms last week, Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos feared that not all of his schools would re-open this week. As teams of district maintenance workers and contractors made their way through 95 facilities over the weekend to assess the damage, that could be the…Read More about Update on re-opening schools.
Series runs Feb. 22-Feb. 25 Sam Houston High School’s four-part video series celebrating Black History Month premieres this evening, Feb. 22, at 6 p.m., and runs through Feb. 25. Join Sam Houston students as they remember and honor the legacy of Black Americans and their struggles and triumphs. “Although we are unable to have a…Read More about Black History Month video series premieres today.