Career + Technical Center home to Arlington ISD Police Academy Arlington ISD Police Academy students are learning early about the difficult conversations that come along with working in law and public safety, and hate crimes are among the list of topics. Officers from Arlington Police Department were able to offer their expertise on the subject…Read More about Arlington Police Officers Train Student Police Academy to Identify Hate Crimes.
Reading at Bebensee! Zoe D. is one of those readers who can’t get enough of books. That’s just fine by her mother who knows that reading is the cornerstone of knowledge. Same for Zoe’s teachers at Bebensee Elementary who tell her to read away since it impacts everything from communication skills and language mastery to…Read More about Students at Bebensee’s Book Swap.
Cheerleading, the sport The sport of cheerleading has changed over the last couple of decades, moving away from its origins as a support system for basketball and football to competition so athletically challenging that some teams exist as competition-only squads. AISD schools compete nationally against other squads but primary duties are still to stalk the…Read More about Martin’s High Cheer Clinic Starts Girls Early.
Lets Paint! Who doesn’t like to paint? Of course, there are dog people and cat people. Lamar High School’s Kayla L. is an elephant person. She’s loved them since sixth or seventh grade. If she wasn’t dragging her parents to the Fort Worth Zoo to see them up close and personal, she was reading about…Read More about The Art of Painting Parking Spaces.