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Bond 2019 Campus Project

 Please see below for details and status updates related to the Bond 2019 project at Arlington ISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center.

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Arlington ISD parents!

Don’t forget all schools and offices will be closed to the public March 11-15 for Spring Break. This includes the early college high schools.

Classes will resume on Monday, March 18.

View a list of calendars with important dates for the remainder of the year at: www.aisd.net/district/about/calendars/.
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🎉 Huge congrats to our Arlington FFA for their outstanding achievements at the Tarrant County Junior Livestock Show last week! 🐷🐮 With an incredible turnout of 61 students and over 180 entries, we're beyond proud of our hardworking FFA members. 🌟 Here are the results from the show and the sale of champions - proof that dedication and passion truly pay off! 👏 #ArlingtonFFA #TCJLSuccess #FutureLeaders 🏆

Steers
Addie B. (11th grade)- 2nd place. Made Sale of champions
Brooklyn S. (12th grade)- 2nd place. Made sale of champions
Austin P. (12th grade) 2nd place. 3rd overall in the carcass contest with a 13" ribeye and a high choice yield grade!

Goats
Olivia G. (12th grade) - 4th place. Made sale of Champions
Travis P. (11th Grade)- 6th place. Made sale of Champions.
Addison K. (11th grade)- 6th place. Made sale of Champions.
Hallie D. (11th grade) - 6th place. Made sale of Champions
Lambs
Alex V. (10th grade) 7th place. Made Sale of Champions
Karmin H. (10th grade) 5th place. Made Sale of Champions
Ally Kay C. (9th grade) 3rd place. Made sale of Champions
Kamyrn G. (10th grade) 2nd place. Made sale of Champions
Sierra H. (11th grade) 1st place. Made sale of champions
Amanda P. (10th grade) 2nd place. Made sale of Champions

Market Poultry
Luke C. (9th grade) Made Sale of Champions
Xavier S. (Swift elementary) Made Sale of Champions

Market Rabbits
Kingslee C. (9th grade) Overall Reserve Market Pen. Made sale of champions
Kenedy M. (11th grade) Made sale of champions
Grace P. (11th grade) Made Sale of Champions.
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🎉 Huge congrats to our Arlington FFA for their outstanding achievements at the Tarrant County Junior Livestock Show last week! 🐷🐮 With an incredible turnout of 61 students and over 180 entries, were beyond proud of our hardworking FFA members. 🌟 Here are the results from the show and the sale of champions - proof that dedication and passion truly pay off! 👏 #ArlingtonFFA #TCJLSuccess #FutureLeaders 🏆

Steers
Addie B. (11th grade)- 2nd place. Made Sale of champions
Brooklyn S. (12th grade)- 2nd place. Made sale of champions
Austin P. (12th grade) 2nd place. 3rd overall in the carcass contest with a 13 ribeye and a high choice yield grade!

Goats
Olivia G. (12th grade) - 4th place. Made sale of Champions
Travis P. (11th Grade)- 6th place. Made sale of Champions.
Addison K. (11th grade)- 6th place. Made sale of Champions.
Hallie D. (11th grade) - 6th place. Made sale of Champions
Lambs
Alex V. (10th grade) 7th place. Made Sale of Champions
Karmin H. (10th grade) 5th place. Made Sale of Champions
Ally Kay C. (9th grade) 3rd place. Made sale of Champions
Kamyrn G. (10th grade) 2nd place. Made sale of Champions
Sierra H. (11th grade) 1st place. Made sale of champions
Amanda P. (10th grade) 2nd place. Made sale of Champions

Market Poultry
Luke C.  (9th grade) Made Sale of Champions
Xavier S. (Swift elementary) Made Sale of Champions

Market Rabbits
Kingslee C. (9th grade) Overall Reserve Market Pen. Made sale of champions
Kenedy M. (11th grade) Made sale of champions
Grace P. (11th grade) Made Sale of Champions.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

The Richard Greene Scholars spent the morning with the Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals group at Cover All Bases. Thank you to the Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce and YP members for a great opportunity to network with local professionals! They ended the morning with a trip to Rocketbelly to check out a local entrepreneur. ... See MoreSee Less

The Richard Greene Scholars spent the morning with the Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals group at Cover All Bases. Thank you to the Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce and YP members for a great opportunity to network with local professionals!  They ended the morning with a trip to Rocketbelly to check out a local entrepreneur.

Human Services Practicum student Gianna A. finished her internship with Bailey JH today. Special thanks to AISD Guidance and Counseling for setting up these internships and to the Bailey team (pictured here Ms. Laney, Ms. Buechele, and Mr. Groters) for such an enriching experience. Gianna has also completed rotations at Rankin, Berry, and up next is Shackelford. #futurecounselor #CTE ... See MoreSee Less

Human Services Practicum student Gianna A. finished her internship with Bailey JH today. Special thanks to AISD Guidance and Counseling for setting up these internships and to the Bailey team (pictured here Ms. Laney, Ms. Buechele, and Mr. Groters) for such an enriching experience. Gianna has also completed rotations at Rankin, Berry, and up next is Shackelford. #futurecounselor #CTE

🎉 Big News Alert! 🎉 Daniel M. from the Practicum in Construction just earned a well-deserved accolade: the ACE Mentorship scholarship, courtesy of ACE Fort Worth! 🏆👏 Daniel's dedication, positivity, and curiosity truly stood out to the panel of judges. Currently working with LBL Architects Inc. through AISD's practicum program, Daniel has his sights set on pursuing a degree in Architecture next year. 🏗️📐 Way to go, Daniel! Your hard work and passion are an inspiration to us all. Keep reaching for the stars! 🌟 #acescholarship #construction #architecture #FutureLeaders ... See MoreSee Less

🎉 Big News Alert! 🎉 Daniel M. from the Practicum in Construction just earned a well-deserved accolade: the ACE Mentorship scholarship, courtesy of ACE Fort Worth! 🏆👏 Daniels dedication, positivity, and curiosity truly stood out to the panel of judges. Currently working with LBL Architects Inc. through AISDs practicum program, Daniel has his sights set on pursuing a degree in Architecture next year. 🏗️📐 Way to go, Daniel! Your hard work and passion are an inspiration to us all. Keep reaching for the stars! 🌟 #ACEscholarship #Construction #Architecture #FutureLeaders

🌟🏗️ Shoutout to our amazing Practicum in Construction & Architecture II students! 🏗️🌟

We're thrilled to share that our students recently wrapped up their participation in the ACE Mentorship Program with ACE Fort Worth. 🎉 They've been hard at work crafting innovative projects inspired by the Fort Worth Zoo, showcasing their creativity and dedication to their craft.

The ACE Mentorship Program is more than just a learning opportunity—it's a gateway to the future of design and construction. By connecting high school students with industry experts, ACE prioritizes workforce development and opens doors to exciting career paths. 💼💡 With a national reach spanning over 10,000 students and millions of dollars in scholarships awarded annually, ACE is truly a game-changer for our aspiring architects and builders.

Huge thanks to ACE Fort Worth for being an incredible partner and providing unwavering support to our students. Together, we're shaping the future of the industry, one project at a time! 🏗️👷‍♂️ #ACEFortWorth #WorkforceDevelopment #FutureBuilders #EducationMatters
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🌟🏗️ Shoutout to our amazing Practicum in Construction & Architecture II students! 🏗️🌟

Were thrilled to share that our students recently wrapped up their participation in the ACE Mentorship Program with ACE Fort Worth. 🎉 Theyve been hard at work crafting innovative projects inspired by the Fort Worth Zoo, showcasing their creativity and dedication to their craft.

The ACE Mentorship Program is more than just a learning opportunity—its a gateway to the future of design and construction. By connecting high school students with industry experts, ACE prioritizes workforce development and opens doors to exciting career paths. 💼💡 With a national reach spanning over 10,000 students and millions of dollars in scholarships awarded annually, ACE is truly a game-changer for our aspiring architects and builders.

Huge thanks to ACE Fort Worth for being an incredible partner and providing unwavering support to our students. Together, were shaping the future of the industry, one project at a time! 🏗️👷‍♂️ #ACEFortWorth #WorkforceDevelopment #FutureBuilders #EducationMatters
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