Month: July 2021
Arlington ISD’s community-based pre-K program for three-year-olds is the perfect solution for working parents who want their kids to get started on their educational journey but also need full-day childcare. Arlington ISD’s community-based pre-K is a half-day pre-K program for three-year-olds located in six area childcare centers. By enrolling in pre-K at the childcare center,…Read More about Community-based pre-K offers full-day childcare.
Wimbish World Language Academy may be located in Arlington, but elementary students are being transported to different countries around the world through the multicultural curriculum. Wimbish is setting itself apart by creating a one-of-a-kind learning environment for children starting as early as pre-K. That multicultural curriculum extended beyond the school year into Summer Learning. Wimbish…Read More about Wimbish World Language Academy creates world leaders all year long.
The First day is coming soon! It’s coming fast – that first day of pre-K. That day when you can’t believe your child – your baby – is already old enough to go to school. It’ll be an emotional day for every parent and tears are pretty common (from parents). But whether you shed a…Read More about FUN is one of 7 Reasons to Attend pre-K.
Several years ago, I had the opportunity to train for a half marathon. The idea of running 13.1 miles straight was a bit daunting to imagine. I had never run long distances in the past and the longest distance I could remember running was in the eighth grade for PE and that was just a…Read More about Crossing the Finish Line.
Humble Beginnings For nearly two months while a fifth-grader at Roquemore Elementary, home for Imani Mogaka was the back seat of a 2010 Kia Spectra. Few knew. She would arrive at school as always – neatly dressed with homework at the ready – having washed up at the nearest gas station or a hospital restroom…Read More about Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year Ready for Senior Campaign.
Pre-K Palooza is a heap of fun! Arlington ISD’s first Pre-K Palooza, a one-stop shop for pre-K registration, officially kicked off Tuesday at Adams Elementary. At the three-day event, parents have the chance to register their three and four-year-old children for school beginning in the fall. “We couldn’t think of a better opportunity for our…Read More about Pre-K Palooza gives students a head start.
Pre-K Palooza starts tomorrow! Pre-K registration has never been so fun! Come to Arlington ISD’s Pre-K Palooza tomorrow, Wednesday or Thursday to register your three or four-year old for pre-K and have lots of fun together! Here’s what you need to know: WHEN July 20 – July 22 Tuesday, July 20: 9 a.m. – 5…Read More about Pre-K Palooza starts tomorrow! Join in on the fun.
Ask David Lewis, the director of Arlington ISD’s food and nutrition services, what he likes best about the newly renovated food and nutrition services building, and it might not be a quick conversation. He has a whole list. That’s because the improvements to the district’s food headquarters on Arkansas Lane, funded by the 2019 Bond,…Read More about Food and Nutrition Services building renovations complete.
If you have questions about Arlington ISD’s job fair on Monday, we have the answers for you. The job fair runs from 4 to 7 p.m. and will be at the Arlington ISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center. Check out the answers to many of your questions below, and then be sure to register…Read More about Check out Arlington ISD’s job fair FAQs.
If you want to teach in the Arlington ISD but don’t want to commit to teaching all year like our more than 4,000 full-time teachers do, we’ve got you covered. In fact, the Arlington ISD should be your destination if you want to be a substitute teacher. Why? Here are five top reasons you should…Read More about Top five reasons to sub in the Arlington ISD.