Month: August 2023
Dr. Marcelo Cavazos to be honored Retired Arlington ISD superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos will be honored with the North Texas Education Leadership Award next month. The award is presented by the North Texas Commission. Cavazos is being honored for his development of innovative programs that meet the current needs of employers and students and for…Read More about Retired superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos to be honored with education leadership award.
New Berry funded by the 2019 Bond It was a party Monday evening at Berry Elementary School. “Mr. Celebration” himself, Sir Earl Toon of Kool & the Gang, turned the dedication of the new elementary school into a celebration. In front of a packed cafeteria – full of Berry students, parents, teachers and alumni –…Read More about Sir Earl Toon turns Berry Elementary dedication into a celebration.
Words of encouragement filled the parking lot of Remynse Elementary School on Friday morning to welcome the Lil’ Texans back for the new school year. Parents, staff and community organizations came together to celebrate with the kiddos for the 11th annual welcome back to school car parade. “We’re excited for the school year, and we…Read More about Annual car parade encourages Remynse Elementary students.
The Arlington ISD’s Citizens Bond Oversight Committee kicked off its first meeting of the school year this week with a tour of the new Thornton Elementary School. The new Thornton, funded by the 2019 Bond, just opened last week. Following the tour, the committee members met in the Thornton media center to receive updates on the…Read More about Citizens Bond Oversight Committee tours new Thornton Elementary.
Celebrate good times, come on! “There’s a party going on right here!” Right here in Arlington this Monday, Aug. 28, at the new Berry Elementary School. It’ll be a celebration to dedicate the brand-new school. In fact, “Mr. Celebration” himself, Sir Earl Toon of Kool & the Gang, will be there to perform several of…Read More about New Berry Elementary dedication will be a celebration.
Pre-K teachers are excited about their students We asked a few pre-K teachers what they’re most excited about for the new school year. Could it be STEM? Or the incredible new curriculum and resources launched last year? Maybe the new outdoor equipment donated by the Texas Rangers for pre-K students? Or something else? But we…Read More about Pre-K teachers share what they’re most excited about for the new year.
Moore began teaching career at Nichols Junior High Mary Moore was a trailblazing educator in the Arlington ISD. The namesake of Moore Elementary made history by becoming the first female principal of a secondary school in the Arlington ISD when she took over at Bailey Junior High in 1985. That “first” just added to a…Read More about School namesake Mary Moore was a trailblazing educator.
The Arlington ISD is hosting a transportation and food and nutrition services job fair on Thursday, Sept. 14, that will allow you to make an impact on students and take your career to a new level. Are you a dedicated candidate who wants to be part of a diverse and inclusive team? Join us from…Read More about Transportation and Food and Nutrition Services Job Fair is Sept. 14.
Heatwave affecting sporting events The continued heatwave in the area is impacting the starting times for Arlington ISD sporting events. All Arlington ISD tennis matches that were slated to start Tuesday have been moved from 3 p.m. start times to 6:30 p.m. Also, the heat is wreaking havoc on the first week of football games.…Read More about Sporting event start times pushed back due to heat.
New schools replace buildings from the 1950s The line outside the front door was long as students and parents waited to get in early Wednesday morning. But the wait didn’t dampen their enthusiasm to see the new Thornton Elementary School. The new Thornton and the new Berry Elementary opened for students for the first time…Read More about New Berry and Thornton elementary schools open.