Seniors, it’s the time of year to apply for one or more of the 11 scholarships offered by the Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce to Arlington ISD students. And this year applying is easier than ever. The Chamber has created a streamlined application that allows students to apply for all three scholarships simultaneously. That’s right.…Read More about Applications open for college scholarships from the Chamber of Commerce.
Players share the Character Playbook “How do you cope with intense emotions in hard times? What’s your motivation to stay happy during hard times?” Nichols Junior High School students didn’t shy away from asking the hard questions after receiving a play-by-play lesson on integrity and mental health from Dallas Cowboys center Tyler Biadasz and offensive…Read More about Nichols Junior High Students Get Playbook on Character from Dallas Cowboys.
Our schools are closed this week for the fall break. Everyone in the district has plenty to be thankful for and we wanted to know what it is. We traveled across the district to talk with students, teachers, staff members and our Board of Trustees to find out what they’re thankful for in 2022. Today,…Read More about Arlington ISD students share what they’re thankful for.
The first-ever Talent Showcase for the Arlington MLK Advancing the Dream Four-Day Celebration is coming Jan. 14, and now is the time to sign up for a chance to be part of it. The showcase is open to any Arlington ISD student or group of students, kindergarten through 12th grade. “It’s going to be a…Read More about First MLK Celebration Talent Showcase is Jan. 14.
You may have heard of Captain Underpants, but have you heard of The Wolf in Underpants, a kids’ comic book? Students at Wimbish World Language Academy certainly have. They’ve even met the author. French author Wilfrid Lupano paid a special visit to Wimbish to teach students the art of comic book writing and how shapes…Read More about French author visits Wimbish World Language Academy.
Students at Sam Houston and Martin high schools got a special visit from real-life American heroes last week in advance of Veterans Day. A Medal of Honor recipient from the Vietnam War and one of the last living veterans of the World War II battle at Iwo Jima traveled to Arlington to bring history to…Read More about American heroes visit Arlington ISD students.
Sam Houston High School senior Eduardo Cigala was on the bottom floor of the Arlington Museum of Art recently watching patrons go from one architectural design to another. His job? Stamping their tickets to show they had attended the Gathering at the Wellspring: Envisioning the Future of Arlington event sponsored by Wellspring on Main –…Read More about Wellspring on Main Partners with Arlington ISD Students.
The holidays are here, and that means the students from the Cake Club at the Arlington ISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center are busy baking for their now-annual cake sale. The only problem: the cakes are already sold out! Cake? Yes, please! For the second year in a row, the Cake Club baked 6-inch…Read More about Arlington ISD’s Cake Club sells out of holiday cakes.
Is your green thumb up to par? If not, Arlington ISD’s horticulture students can help. Purchase a plant at the CTC Come to the Fall Plant Sale at the Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center (CTC) greenhouse Nov. 16-17 from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Students from the Agriculture Science Center have planted, propagated and…Read More about Fall Plant Sale is Nov. 16-17 .
Career and Technical Education Want to know about the Career and Technical Education (CTE) offerings the Arlington ISD has? You’re in luck as the district is hosting a CTE Showcase Thursday night, Nov. 10, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Dan Dipert Career + Technical Center. The showcase is designed for eighth-, ninth- and…Read More about Career and Technical Education Showcase is Thursday, Nov. 10.