Month: January 2023
Job fair is 4-7 p.m. If you’re looking for an excellent way to start a weekend, how about doing it with a new job? You can do that in the Arlington ISD as the district’s hourly positions job fair has been rescheduled for Friday, Feb. 10, from 4-7 p.m. at our Center for Visual and…Read More about Hourly job fair rescheduled for Feb. 10.
At the onset of each school year, we each pause for a moment and establish our professional goals. We reflect on our growth over the last year and identify new areas we want to improve. We consider our strengths and think about how we can leverage those strengths to get better every day. This process…Read More about Goals are All About Habits.
Winter weather is impacting the Arlington ISD this week, and we want you to be ready. Here are three tips to keep you warm and informed: STAY INFORMED ABOUT WINTER WEATHER Closings or school delays are sent by email and text messages to parents who are opted in to receive communication from the district. Please…Read More about Be ready for winter weather in Arlington ISD.
Q&A with Trustee Kecia Mays January is School Board Recognition Month, and this year’s theme is Forward, Together. The Arlington ISD has been moving forward thanks to our board. We appreciate our school board members, so we’re catching up with them this month to learn about their lives and why they serve. We’re finishing the month of…Read More about Trustee Kecia Mays has three sons who graduated from Arlington ISD.
Q&A with Trustee Dr. Aaron Reich January is School Board Recognition Month, and this year’s theme is Forward, Together. The Arlington ISD has been moving forward together thanks in part to our board. We appreciate our school board members, so we’re catching up with them this month to find out about their lives and why they…Read More about Trustee Dr. Aaron Reich has served since 2009.
Citizens Bond Oversight Committee holds quarterly meeting The Citizens Bond Oversight Committee met at Seguin High School Thursday night for its quarterly review of the 2019 Bond program. But the meeting started with a reminder of the 2014 Bond and the impact it is having at Seguin and across the district. The committee received a…Read More about Citizens Bond Oversight Committee reviews 2019 Bond progress.
For 33 years, he has dedicated his life to the mission of public education, 23 of them in the Arlington ISD and 11 as Superintendent of Schools. Today, Dr. Marcelo Cavazos announced he will retire from the district on Aug. 31, 2023. John Quincy Adams said, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn…Read More about Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos announces retirement.
Q&A with Trustee John Hibbs January is School Board Recognition Month, and this year’s theme is Forward, Together. The Arlington ISD has been moving forward together thanks in part to our board. We appreciate our school board members, so we’re catching up with them this month to find out about their lives and why they serve. Next…Read More about Trustee John Hibbs is serving for the second time.
Lion King actor a former student of dance teacher Students at the Arlington ISD Center for Visual and Performing Arts had a roaring good time when Simba from the national tour of Disney’s The Lion King made a surprise visit to their modern contemporary dance class Monday afternoon. Darian Sanders, who’s known as Simba on…Read More about Simba from Lion King surprises dance students.
Magic Mirror encourages students Not long ago, Lindsay Whittenberg was on a Zoom call with members of the Corey Academy PTA when she brought up the idea of helping children’s self-esteem by “talking to kids through a mirror while we sit in a closet and hide.” There was a pause as if the screen had…Read More about Year of Kindness launches in the Arlington ISD.