Month: October 2021
Spaces matter. That’s the message Jamie MacDougall delivered to the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) when it met for its quarterly meeting on Wednesday at Crow Leadership Academy. The meeting included a tour of Crow and highlighted the improvements and additions funded by the 2019 Bond (read more). MacDougall was Crow’s principal until this month…Read More about Bond oversight committee tours Crow Leadership Academy.
Seth Ressl envisioned a ton of enjoyable and interesting adventures as the parent of an active high school student, but presiding over a game of pooping chickens wasn’t one of them. Yet during the second annual National FFA Organization Booster Club Fall Festival last Saturday at the Arlington ISD Agriculture Science Center, there he was,…Read More about Arlington ISD FFA Chapter Holds Fall Festival at Agriculture Science Center.
October marks National Principals Month, and we want to honor the 76 principals we have in Arlington ISD who work hard in our vision of making the Arlington ISD a premier school district and leader of education. Arlington ISD veteran Keith Boyd began his career with Arlington ISD teaching fourth grade at Johns Elementary in 1999. Now in his sixth year…Read More about Celebrate National Principals Month with Keith Boyd.
Martin High School students visited Mansfield Timberview High School last week to offer support and well wishes as students and teachers recover from the recent tragedy there. Martin’s National Art Honor Society came up with a creative way to express love and encouragement and showed up at Timberview with 1,000 hand-folded cranes and a quilt…Read More about Martin High School Art Students Show Support to Timberview High School.
It’s time to get your heart racing on Workout Wednesday as Duff physical education teacher Matt Bostick goes all cardio all the time. And if just the thought of cardio makes you cringe, you can rest easy as the entire workout will be over in seven to nine minutes as you do four exercises in…Read More about This Workout Wednesday is straight cardio!.
Baseball is just a sport to some, but for the Arlington High School Colts, it’s a brotherhood. The team took that meaning to a new level when they pitched in together to purchase gifts for Saginaw Boswell High School’s baseball team, which was recently affected by the tragic loss of brothers and teammates Isaiah and…Read More about Arlington High School baseball team pays it forward.
Red Ribbon Week is back to encourage youth to be drug free and educate students about the negative risks associated with drug usage. Red Ribbon Week is the nation’s largest and longest-running drug use prevention campaign. This year, the national theme is “Drug Free Looks Like Me.” The week-long celebration runs through Friday, and schools…Read More about Red Ribbon Week Encourages Students to Be Drug Free.
Coaching can initially be an intimidating process. It calls for our vulnerability and trust. We are invited to openly share our goals and to collaboratively work with a thought partner to identify the steps we plan to take to reach them. There is an increased amount of personal accountability. Each time we meet with our…Read More about Coaching for Maximum Growth!.
The Dallas Business Journal’s 29th annual Best Real Estate Deals of 2020 recently named Arlington ISD’s Arts and Athletics Complex the winner for the Community/Neighborhood Impact category. “The Arlington ISD is honored and very grateful to have our new Arts and Athletics Complex recognized by the Dallas Business Journal,” said Kelly Horn, Arlington ISD assistant…Read More about Dallas Business Journal honors Arlington ISD’s Arts & Athletics Complex.
October marks National Principals Month, and we want to honor the 76 principals we have in Arlington ISD who work hard in our vision of making the Arlington ISD a premier school district and leader of education. One of the reasons Arlington ISD is a premier district is the specialized programs we offer. Dr. Matthew Varnell…Read More about Celebrate National Principals Month with Dr. Matthew Varnell.