Month: November 2023
Staff were trained in CPR and AEDs Seguin High School golf coach Ruston Laurence doesn’t feel like he’s a hero. The same goes for Lamar High School golf coach Gary Webb. You can add Lamar athletic trainer Bryant Grice to that list, too. No, all three feel like all they were doing when they performed…Read More about Arlington ISD coaches and trainer use CPR and AEDs to save lives.
There are lots of reasons to transfer Don’t forget the window to apply for a transfer in the Arlington ISD for the 2024-25 school year closes Thursday at 11:59 p.m. This is a regular transfer window, with priority for transfers determined by the Board-approved order where space is available. Priority during this window is given…Read More about Transfer window closes tomorrow, Nov. 30, at 11:59 p.m..
Toys for Tots event at the CVPA Santa Claus will be making an early stop in Arlington before his busy season begins. Santa will be just one of many guests tomorrow for Arlington ISD’s first-ever Toys for Tots event at the Dr. Marcelo Cavazos Center for Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA). Wednesday’s event runs from 5 to 10:30 p.m.…Read More about Arlington ISD’s Toys for Tots event is tomorrow.
Apply now for Pearcy or Martin STEM academy The idea of an education with a STEM curriculum may sound outlandish to some. But in the Arlington ISD, it’s part of the everyday curriculum. And it starts in pre-K! If STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) is your child’s passion, then the Arlington ISD is the…Read More about Arlington ISD STEM academies prepare students for the future.
Thanksgiving craft ideas The Thanksgiving holiday is a great time to get creative. And Webb Elementary art teacher Ana Perez has some craft ideas to help you turn your Thanksgiving break into an art fest. “We started with a nature walk,” Perez said about coming up with these craft ideas. “My daughter and I walked…Read More about Get crafty over the Thanksgiving break.
Holiday dining with your pets What if you’re sitting at the Thanksgiving table tomorrow and you have something on your plate that you just don’t want to eat – like maybe cranberry sauce? Or sweet potatoes? Can you pass it off to your dog? With the holidays here, it’s important to know what types of…Read More about Keep your pets healthy over the holidays.
Toys for Tots event will be broadcast live on Fox 4 We are now just eight days away from Arlington ISD’s first-ever Toys for Tots event at the Dr. Marcelo Cavazos Center for Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA). Next Wednesday, Nov. 29, we hope to have lines of cars snaking through our facility from 5…Read More about First-ever Toys for Tots event is Nov. 29.
Apply for Wimbish now It looks like a normal school. But don’t just look. Listen. “Bonjour!” “Ola! “Nǐ hǎo!” Arlington ISD’s Wimbish World Language Academy truly lives up to its name. And it’s anything but normal. It feels – and sounds – like the whole world is inside. And more often than not, it also…Read More about Wimbish World Language Academy lives up to its name.
Cowboys and Pepsi donate $5,000 to art program Football and art go together. At least that’s what Dallas Cowboys legend DeMarcus Ware said. And he proved it Wednesday when he showed up to the Arlington ISD’s Dr. Marcelo Cavazos Center for Visual and Performing Arts. He walked into the Art IV class and surprised all…Read More about DeMarcus Ware surprises art class with Cowboys tickets.
Parent involvement is key In Arlington ISD, the community is a family. And family is what we’re all about. That’s why moms, dads, grandmas, grandpas, aunts and uncles gathered across the district for National Parent Involvement Week. There are many ways to bridge the gap between home and school. In fact, many campuses across the…Read More about Families and schools celebrate National Parent Involvement Week.