Last week Duff Elementary physical education teacher Matt Bostick gave us some time to catch our breath, as his Workout Wednesday featured just three exercises. That’s not the case for this edition of Workout Wednesday, as Bostick ramps things up with a 12-minute AMRAP (as many repetitions as possible). The good news is you have…Read More about Matt Bostick Gets Us Pumped For Workout Wednesday!.
It’s Bottle Workout time with Duff Elementary physical education teacher Matt Bostick for this Workout Wednesday. A water bottle is all that’s needed to complete this week’s workout for our virtual learners. There are only three exercises required as you take a break from your keyboard to get your heart rate up. You also get…Read More about Grab a bottle for this Workout Wednesday.
Duff Elementary physical education teacher Matt Bostick isn’t above props, and he proves that with his latest Workout Wednesday exercise plan. To start the second six weeks, Bostick wants everyone to get a soccer ball or any other ball and incorporate that into the exercise routine. In his Soccer Ball Workout, Bostick has four exercises…Read More about Get your soccer ball for this Workout Wednesday.
It’s Tabata time for Workout Wednesday with Duff Elementary teacher Matt Bostick. And, no, Tabata isn’t a synonym for pain. It’s just a lot of high-intensity workout in a short amount of time. Luckily for our virtual learners, Bostick is here to demonstrate the correct way to get a lot of workout done in a…Read More about It’s Tabata Time with Workout Wednesday!.
All summer School may be out for the summer, but students who attend Arlington ISD’s Agriculture Science Center have their hands full year-round. And even without classes, every day is still busy. That’s because they have steers, lambs, goats, chickens, heifers, rabbits and more to take care of. Dedicated to the health and cleanliness of all the animals housed at the Ag Center, some students start their day at 6:30…Read More about Ag students busy all summer caring for animals.
It’s not every day a student gets to practice mathematical strategies huddled under a tent next to a roaring fire while still inside the classroom. Or have the principal show up to school in a Camp Life T-shirt, baseball cap and backpack with a large water bottle dangling from one side and a flashlight from…Read More about Amos Elementary makes Summer Learning fun.
Students win big with summer reading! Arlington ISD students going into 4th grade and up can read to win a $25 Sonic gift card this summer! The Arlington ISD library media services department is sponsoring a Summer Reading program in Canvas in which students in grades 4-12 can submit the title, author’s name and their…Read More about Join Arlington ISD’s summer reading program.
Competition builds common ground The moment couldn’t have gotten any more intense. Arlington ISD superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos was laser-focused. So was Arlington Police Department Chief Al Jones, as the two men battled it out in front of a small crowd this past Saturday afternoon. Well, not in reality, that is. At Game Up 5-0’s…Read More about AISD esports gaming tournament for students and APD.
Police chief visits Crow Leadership Academy While the school year is coming to a close, taking safety precautions should be never-ending for students and members of the community. Arlington Police Chief Al Jones and Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos joined forces to remind Crow Leadership Academy sixth graders to stay safe during the summer…Read More about Arlington Police Encourage Students to Take 25 for Safety.
All Arlington ISD high schools will be represented Saturday isn’t Christmas on the calendar, but it’s certainly a big day for Bowie High School principal Reny Lizardo, esports fanatic. “I’m very excited,” Lizardo said. “I’m writing my dissertation on esports. This is where I want my career to go, connecting esports and education.” So, what’s…Read More about Esports tournament to pit Arlington ISD students against APD officers.