Month: May 2023
It’s Teacher Appreciation Week Depending on who you ask, Teacher Appreciation Week is either this week or next. Either way, Arlington ISD’s teachers deserve appreciation all year long. But this is a great opportunity to say thanks to all of our teachers and to highlight the teachers of the year and the AWARE Foundation’s teacher…Read More about Thank you, Arlington ISD teachers.
Retiring Arlington ISD superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos has left a legacy on the district in his 11-plus years as the superintendent. The Arlington ISD Board of Trustees made sure that legacy will live on. The board approved the naming of the Center for Visual and Performing Arts as the Dr. Marcelo Cavazos Center for Visual…Read More about CVPA renamed Dr. Marcelo Cavazos Center for Visual and Performing Arts.
Xello’s 10 tips for crafting the perfect essay Students, are you struggling to write the perfect essay to earn a scholarship? Use Xello to make the process simpler with their 10-step writing guide. Xello is an online platform that helps Arlington ISD students prepare for college and career. Arlington ISD director of guidance and counseling Telisa Brown…Read More about Xello offers writing tips for scholarship essays.
Cravens, Young and Dipert give more than tools When Tom Cravens and Gary Young – two Arlington fixtures – wanted to donate some mechanic’s hand tools to someone who might need them, they called Dan Dipert for advice. Dipert directed them to the building that bears his name, the Arlington ISD Dan Dipert Career and…Read More about Arlington fixtures donate tools to the CTC automotive program.
A third grader from Johns Elementary and a student support interventionist from Dunn Elementary made Arlington ISD proud recently. They earned national recognition for their achievements in reading and teaching reading. The awards came from Read 180, a national program designed to help students who are behind in reading make rapid gains. About 4,000 Arlington…Read More about Arlington ISD student and educator win national Read 180 awards.
19th Annual Family Expo Relocating one’s family to a new state is never easy. Parents have to explore neighborhoods to find housing and seek out the best schools for their children. Many moms and dads spend hours trying to discover resources in their new communities to help ensure the smoothest transition for their kids. Few…Read More about Family Expo and Resource Fair offers resources and fun.