Month: November 2023
DeMarcus Lawrence visits with automotive students Rowdy? Yep. Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders? Check. Cowboys defensive end number 90 DeMarcus Lawrence? That’s right. It wasn’t a Dallas Cowboys football game, but it was a big-time win for Arlington ISD. Last week, the Dallas Cowboys and Ford launched their partnership to extend hands-on experience opportunities for Arlington ISD’s…Read More about Ford and Cowboys launch partnership with Arlington ISD’s automotive program.
Apply now for fine arts and dual language academies The Arlington ISD prides itself on being one of the top fine arts districts in the state. You don’t have to look hard to find out why. If you were part of the 500,000-plus people who watched the Texas Rangers World Series parade last week, you…Read More about Arlington ISD’s fine arts and dual language academies are an amazing choice.
Board gets update on next year’s calendar Arlington ISD’s Board of Trustees meeting on November 2, 2023, is in the books, and here are a few of the highlights. The Miller Elementary Mavs Choir – which includes fifth and sixth graders and is directed by Glenna Collins – opened the night with a tribute to…Read More about Watch Board Brief from trustees meeting on Nov. 2.
Parade will cause massive traffic issues The Arlington ISD will be closed on Friday, Nov. 3, to allow students and staff to celebrate the Texas Rangers as World Series Champions. “This is the first championship win for the Rangers in their history,” said Dr. Steven Wurtz, interim superintendent, Arlington ISD. “It’s a huge day for…Read More about Arlington ISD schools and offices closed Friday for Rangers championship festivities.
TMEA orchestra concert is at I.M. Terrell Academy in Fort Worth The Texas Music Educators Association Region 5 Orchestra concert this Saturday, Nov. 4, will have a decidedly Arlington feel. That’s because nearly half of the 226 orchestra members hail from Arlington ISD junior high schools. Arlington ISD is one of five participating districts, along…Read More about Arlington ISD junior high students earn nearly half of regional orchestra seats.
Fitness grant will help buy new P.E. equipment Called to the principal’s office of Johns Elementary School, gym teacher Zachary Jenkins had no idea what was coming next. Kiddos in trouble? An unhappy parent? “I was super scared,” said Jenkins. Nerves quickly turned to shock as he walked in to see Rowdy, the Dallas Cowboys…Read More about Johns Elementary P.E. teacher wins Funds for Fitness Grant.