Month: April 2022
Stepping Up The Arlington ISD is doing whatever it takes to make sure students have the resources they need to succeed. That’s why the district is partnering with Unite Private Network (UPN) to build a private fiber-optic network. This service will meet the demand for excellent internet services across the entire school district. On Wednesday,…Read More about Arlington ISD Breaks Ground for New Fiber Optic Network.
Get excited for pre-K “School registration is so much fun,” said no one ever. But they will tomorrow, April 30. That’s when Arlington ISD is hosting an in-person registration event for pre-K that will look more like a carnival than a typical enrollment event. The event at McNutt Elementary, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.…Read More about Tomorrow: Train rides, free snow cones and tons of fun!.
Giving your child a head start is what being a great parent is all about. With Arlington ISD’s Head Start PLUS pre-K for 3-year-olds, you can do exactly that, plus get parenting support for you, too. What is Head Start Pre-K PLUS? Head Start Pre-K PLUS is a unique program at Kooken Education Center that…Read More about Get a Head Start with Arlington ISD pre-K.
Facts about autism are just about everywhere at Hill Elementary – on the outdoor pavement and indoor walls, on posters and doors – and that’s precisely the point. As Autism Awareness Month comes to a close, Hill wanted to go all-out on its attempt to bring cognizance wrapped around a celebratory tone about a disorder…Read More about Hill Elementary Closes Autism Awareness Month with Walk and Festival.
The Arlington ISD Education Celebration at Six Flags Over Texas is Friday, April 29. The private party is just for Arlington ISD family and friends. It benefits Arlington ISD schools. Enjoy a night of roller coasters and thrill rides with shorter lines for only $25, all while raising money for Arlington schools. For every ticket…Read More about Six Flags night with Arlington ISD is April 29.
If you want to get your career cooking, then the Arlington ISD has the job for you. The food and nutrition services department is hosting a job fair this Saturday, April 30, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. as the district looks to fill vacancies. The job fair will be at our food and nutrition…Read More about Get your career cooking.
Not sure what to do with your rambunctious three-year-old? Enroll them at Kooken Education Center! Your little learner will get a jump start on their education and meet new and exciting teachers and friends! What’s cooking at Kooken? Starting in the fall of 2022-2023, Kooken will become home to only pre-K 3. It’s not a…Read More about Kooken Education Center will be all pre-K 3 Next Year.
Students across Arlington ISD are using art to spread love and hope to a special group of children in Germany. Since the conflict between Russia and Ukraine began, many citizens have fled the country for safety into neighboring countries. Some Ukrainian refugees are currently staying in Arlington’s sister city, Bad Königshofen, Germany. The City of…Read More about Students Send Artwork to Ukrainian Refugees.
No one understands that teachers are leaders better than the Arlington ISD. That’s why the district has a leadership pathway set up for teachers that will support them whether they want to be leaders in the classroom, grade level, district level or even advance beyond the classroom and move into new roles. “We know we…Read More about Leadership development for teachers sets Arlington ISD apart.
Sixteen schools in Arlington ISD are taking a different approach to educate youth about suicide prevention with the help of a peer-to-peer intervention program called Hope Squad. The schools celebrated Hope Squad Week this week with activities like class TikTok challenges, scavenger relays, crossword challenges and more in an effort to prevent youth suicide through…Read More about Hope Squads help prevent youth suicide.