Month: October 2022
Students learn to identify emotions Three- and 4-year-olds may be small, but they have some big emotions. “Being able to identify and express feelings does not come naturally to preschoolers,” said Arlington ISD early childhood director Dr. Jackeline Orsini. “These abilities need to be developed and practiced. Many preschoolers don’t have the vocabulary to express…Read More about Pre-K students learn to manage big emotions.
National Principals Month October marks National Principals Month, and we want to honor the principals who work hard in our vision of making the Arlington ISD a premier school district and leader in education. Today we’re spotlighting Thornton Elementary School principal Alicia Rodriguez, who is in her 26th year in the district and the 13th as…Read More about Celebrate National Principals Month with Alicia Rodriguez.
Today is National Instructional Coach’s Day, and we want to highlight Arlington ISD’s 110 instructional coaches and thank them for the impact they’re making for teachers and students. But first, we should probably tell you what they do. IC Program Each school in the Arlington ISD has one or two instructional coaches. The coaches work…Read More about Arlington ISD honors Instructional Coaches.
Circle your calendars for Tuesday, Oct. 25. That’s when the window for enrolling students for specialized programs for the 2022-23 school year opens. And what better way to kick off that window than with a big event. And this year’s Explore Arlington ISD is bigger than ever. That’s what happens when you continue to provide…Read More about Explore Arlington ISD is Oct. 25, 2022.
Recently, I had the opportunity to visit the East Coast. If you haven’t been during the autumn season, it is a must do. The fall foliage comes out in all its spectacular glory painting the landscape with the most vibrant shades of red, yellow and orange. There is something about the seasons changing that invites…Read More about Fall into Gratitude.
You wake up in Limerick, Ireland, on a breezy, summer day. As bright, white clouds fill the blue sky, you begin to get dressed to play ultimate Frisbee with your friends. What started off as a few fun games becomes a third-place finish at the World Masters Ultimate Club Championship 2022. It may sound like…Read More about Arlington High teacher wins bronze in Ultimate World Championship.
National Principals Month October marks National Principals Month, and we want to honor the principals who work hard in our vision of making the Arlington ISD a premier school district and leader in education. We’re starting the month by honoring one of our newest principals, Sarah Brooks. Brooks is in her first year as principal…Read More about Celebrate National Principals Month with Sarah Brooks.