Category: Families News
Farmers Market Arlington ISD’s Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center is one of the host sites for the Tarrant Area Food Bank’s Neighborhood Farmers Markets this summer. The CTC hosts the market the first and third Wednesday of each month this summer, with the next one coming tomorrow, June 15, from 9 a.m. until 11…Read More about CTC Hosting Neighborhood Farmers Market throughout Summer.
Even though he works from home, Jon Bailey admits that he and his daughter Layla could spend more time together. So, it made perfect sense for them to stop by Arlington ISD’s Father Fest! The event was held this past Saturday at the Gene and Jerry Jones Field at Workman Junior High School. There, the…Read More about Families flock to Arlington ISD’s Father Fest.
2022 Family Expo When it comes to being in the know about Arlington ISD, Alicia DeVaull is a twofer. She’s a parent of an Arlington ISD student – and she’s a high school administrator. So when the question of how parents can best support students was tossed to a four-person panel of Bowie High School…Read More about Family Expo Returns In-Person.
Angelique Tilly isn’t quite sure how the new school year is going to play out but one thing is for certain: her fourth grader is so eager to return to class she already has her first day of school clothes picked out. It’s a pink and white dress, black sneakers with a white-stripe, and ankle-length…Read More about Back to School Kickoff hands out 10,000 backpacks.
The First day is coming soon! It’s coming fast – that first day of pre-K. That day when you can’t believe your child – your baby – is already old enough to go to school. It’ll be an emotional day for every parent and tears are pretty common (from parents). But whether you shed a…Read More about FUN is one of 7 Reasons to Attend pre-K.
Humble Beginnings For nearly two months while a fifth-grader at Roquemore Elementary, home for Imani Mogaka was the back seat of a 2010 Kia Spectra. Few knew. She would arrive at school as always – neatly dressed with homework at the ready – having washed up at the nearest gas station or a hospital restroom…Read More about Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year Ready for Senior Campaign.
Access Your Child’s STAAR Results For STAAR 2021 Grades 3-8 and STAAR EOC STAAR 2021 TEST RESULTS FOR STUDENTS IN GRADES 3 THROUGH 8 Results for the Grades 5 and 8 Math and Reading given in May will be released on June 21. Results for all other tests given in grades 3-8 will be released…Read More about STAAR Results now available!.
Allie Shaffer, a new graduate of Martin High School, understands the hardships that deployment of a loved one can bring. Her older brother, Triston Shaffer, has served as a U.S. Marine for the past three years. Becoming a Marine had always been his dream since he was a kid. Allie and her family hadn’t seen Triston, currently a lance corporal stationed in California, since Christmas of 2020. On Allie’s graduation day earlier this month, she called and…Read More about Marine surprises sister at her graduation.
Registration is open now The 2020-21 school year is close to wrapping up, but it’s already time to start marking your calendars for the official start of the 2021-22 school year for Arlington ISD students. The seventh annual Back to School Kickoff is set for Saturday, Aug. 7 at AT&T Stadium from 8 a.m. until…Read More about Back to School Kickoff is Aug. 7 at AT&T Stadium.
Father FEST is back in 2021! COVID canceled the annual festival last year, but Father FEST returns May 15 at the Gene and Jerry Jones Family Field at Workman Junior High School. The free outdoor event is a fun celebration of fatherhood and families! All are invited to enjoy live music, food, vendors and fun interactive…Read More about Save the Date: Arlington ISD’s Father FEST is back May 15.