Month: November 2022
All 5,300 security cameras at the more than 90 buildings in the Arlington ISD are being replaced, and hundreds more are being added, thanks to the 2019 Bond. The district will have around 7,000 by the end of the bond program. Better Cameras Just as important as the growing number of cameras is the capabilities…Read More about Arlington ISD upgrading security cameras.
Application deadline is Dec. 1 Opportunities to set students up on a path to success don’t come up often, so it’s important to act fast when they do. And now is the time. For a limited time, the Arlington ISD is giving parents a chance to transfer their kids to a district that will transform…Read More about Arlington ISD’s transfer window opened today.
Dallas Cowboys and Reliant Energy honor Carly Glass What started out as a late lunch period ended up being a big surprise for Miller Elementary School teacher Carly Glass. The Dallas Cowboys and Reliant Energy stormed into her classroom to award her with the Cowboys Class Acts award for November. Glass was in shock when…Read More about Deaf education teacher named Cowboys Class Act for November.
You may have heard of Captain Underpants, but have you heard of The Wolf in Underpants, a kids’ comic book? Students at Wimbish World Language Academy certainly have. They’ve even met the author. French author Wilfrid Lupano paid a special visit to Wimbish to teach students the art of comic book writing and how shapes…Read More about French author visits Wimbish World Language Academy.
If you’re not sure what it takes to be a substitute teacher in the Arlington ISD, you can always ask Duff Elementary fourth-grade teacher Tori Kennedy for some advice. If that’s not good enough, you can head over to Butler Elementary where second-grade teacher Yssa Gilmore would probably offer up some similar tips. Why similar?…Read More about Sisters subbed in Arlington ISD, now full-time teachers.
Students at Sam Houston and Martin high schools got a special visit from real-life American heroes last week in advance of Veterans Day. A Medal of Honor recipient from the Vietnam War and one of the last living veterans of the World War II battle at Iwo Jima traveled to Arlington to bring history to…Read More about American heroes visit Arlington ISD students.
Las oportunidades para poner a los estudiantes en el camino hacia el éxito no se presentan con frecuencia, por lo que es importante actuar con rapidez cuando se presenten. Y ahora es el momento. Por tiempo limitado, Arlington ISD brinda a los padres la oportunidad de transferir a sus hijos a un distrito que transformará…Read More about 4 razones para transferirse a Arlington ISD.
The wait is over Back in August, Ditto Elementary students’ excitement for the new school year was tempered by a significant concern. Their playgrounds had been closed and were about to be demolished. The students knew that new playgrounds would be built to replace the old, but they weren’t sure the new ones would be…Read More about New playgrounds open at Ditto Elementary School.
If you want to find out more information about the specialized programs in the Arlington ISD, you’re in luck. All 13 campuses that offer specialized programs have informational meetings set up where you can get all your questions answered.Read More about Learn about Arlington ISD’s specialized programs.
Sam Houston High School senior Eduardo Cigala was on the bottom floor of the Arlington Museum of Art recently watching patrons go from one architectural design to another. His job? Stamping their tickets to show they had attended the Gathering at the Wellspring: Envisioning the Future of Arlington event sponsored by Wellspring on Main –…Read More about Wellspring on Main Partners with Arlington ISD Students.