Month: May 2022
In the week leading up to Arlington ISD graduations June 7 and 8, we are celebrating the Class of 2022 valedictorian and salutatorian for all seven Arlington ISD high schools. Name: Whiton Nguyen, Salutatorian School: Bowie High School College: University of Texas at Arlington Intended Major: Computer Science What is your dream, and how do…Read More about Bowie High School Salutatorian Shares Memories and Advice.
In the week leading up to Arlington ISD graduations June 7 and 8, we are celebrating the Class of 2022 valedictorian and salutatorian for all seven Arlington ISD high schools. Name: Angelina Nguyen, Valedictorian School: Bowie High School College: University of Texas at Dallas Intended Major: Computer Science What is your dream, and how do…Read More about Bowie High School Valedictorian Shares Memories and Advice.
Since her first drawing with colored pencils on plain lined paper, Vanessa Osorio has had a love affair with art. She loves her art class at Bailey Junior High and has already added an Art 101 course for next year in high school. Still, Vanessa never imagined standing in AT&T Stadium as she did last…Read More about Fifth and Eighth Graders Display Artwork at AT&T Stadium.
Summer meals This summer, Arlington ISD will connect children 18 and younger and enrolled students with disabilities up to 21 years old with healthy, no-cost summer meals. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a U.S. Department of Agriculture nutrition program administered in the Lone Star State by the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA). For…Read More about Arlington Isd Will Serve Free Meals for Local Children This Summer.
Sounds of progress Thornton Elementary is quiet today. Yesterday was the last day of school, so classrooms and hallways are empty. But down the street at the future Thornton Elementary, it’s not quiet at all. And there will be no summer break. Construction of the future Thornton Elementary is moving full speed ahead. The Bond…Read More about No summer break at future Thornton Elementary.
New trailer with more books Arlington ISD’s Bookmobile is back this summer. And it starts tomorrow! With a new trailer – thanks to a grant from the Arlington ISD Education Foundation – the Arlo Bookmobile is better than ever and will be out in the community on ten Saturdays this summer. “Having the new trailer…Read More about Arlington ISD’s Bookmobile starts tomorrow .
The end of May marks the end of classes – and the end of another school year affected by COVID-19. Fittingly, May is also Mental Health Awareness Month. Mental health is always important, but the pandemic has made it even more so. The good news is that many are now seeking help, and the Arlington…Read More about Arlington ISD Highlights Mental Health Awareness Month.
Kids can be empowered to change the world, and a few students at Corey Academy of Fine Arts and Dual Language are planning to do it with the help of Destination Imagination. Destination Imagination Destination Imagination emphasizes the importance of creativity, communication, collaboration and critical thinking to build leadership skills. Their vision is to ignite…Read More about Corey Academy Students Compete in Destination Imagination Global Competition.
The last day of school is Thursday, which means summer break is right around the corner. Summertime fun often looks like family vacations, pool parties, afternoons in the park and, don’t forget, the barbeque. While all those activities make for some of the most memorable moments during summer, Arlington Chief of Police Al Jones reminded…Read More about Arlington Police Encourage Students to Practice Summer Safety.
The eighth annual Arlington ISD Back to School Kickoff is returning to its roots with an in-person event set for Saturday, Aug. 6, at AT&T Stadium, from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. This is a chance for students to get a head start for the 2022-23 school year by getting a backpack full of age-appropriate…Read More about Back to School Kickoff is Aug. 6 at AT&T Stadium.