CTE Showcase at the Career + Technical Center Want to know more about the Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs that the Arlington ISD offers? Join us for the CTE Showcase on Tuesday, Nov. 14, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Dan Dipert Career + Technical Center. Learn about everything from culinary arts to…Read More about Learn all about the district’s career and technical courses.
‘The Voice’ airs Mondays and Tuesdays on NBC Have you ever wondered what it’s like to perform on the stage of a national television show? “As soon as you step on that stage, it’s like you’ve never sung a day in your life,” said Arlington ISD 2019 Martin High School graduate Elizabeth Evans. As…Read More about Martin High School grad Elizabeth Evans competes on ‘The Voice’.
DeMarcus Lawrence visits with automotive students Rowdy? Yep. Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders? Check. Cowboys defensive end number 90 DeMarcus Lawrence? That’s right. It wasn’t a Dallas Cowboys football game, but it was a big-time win for Arlington ISD. Last week, the Dallas Cowboys and Ford launched their partnership to extend hands-on experience opportunities for Arlington ISD’s…Read More about Ford and Cowboys launch partnership with Arlington ISD’s automotive program.
TMEA orchestra concert is at I.M. Terrell Academy in Fort Worth The Texas Music Educators Association Region 5 Orchestra concert this Saturday, Nov. 4, will have a decidedly Arlington feel. That’s because nearly half of the 226 orchestra members hail from Arlington ISD junior high schools. Arlington ISD is one of five participating districts, along…Read More about Arlington ISD junior high students earn nearly half of regional orchestra seats.
Harrold gets game ball honor as Youth of the Year Game 1 of the World Series tonight can’t start until Martin High School sophomore Maddox Harrold plays his role. That’s because Harrold, who attended Peach Elementary, Nichols Junior High and Lamar High School before going to Martin, is in charge of the delivery of the…Read More about Martin High School student delivering game ball for Game 1 of World Series.
FFA booster club sponsors annual open house When six-year-old Audrey Manning was roaming around the petting zoo during the Arlington ISD FFA Booster Club Fall Festival, she petted the adult lambs, chased the baby goats, and seemed to get a kick out of feeding all of them with hay. Her only question before leaving was…Read More about Arlington ISD FFA hosts annual Fall Festival.
Small Package. Big Attitude. Last Friday, the T-shirt worn by Dunn Elementary student Mason McClain spoke for itself. “Small Package. Big attitude.” That’s all you need to know about the sixth grader. And that’s exactly why the Dunn community participated in a campus “Green Day” in support of Dwarfism Awareness Month. Dwarfism is a genetic…Read More about Dunn Elementary celebrates Dwarfism Awareness Month.
Students may dress a little different during Red Ribbon Week You may see Arlington ISD students dressing and looking a little different this week, but it’s all for a good reason. A crazy sock day or a hat day or a jersey day all serve as great reminders that it’s once again Red Ribbon Week.…Read More about Red Ribbon Week inspires students to be drug free.
STEMtacular event includes entire families If you could choose a superpower, what would it be? To fly? Teleport? Super strength perhaps? Here at Arlington ISD, superpowers are endless. Our superheroes [our teachers] are always finding ways to launch every child’s learning experience every single day and help them become superheroes themselves! That’s why last week our…Read More about First Pre-K and Kinder STEM Spectacular is STEMtacular.
Make-A-Wish surprised student at school Foster Elementary pre-K student Ayden Borrego may be too young to understand everything he’s been through. He was diagnosed with leukemia when he was 1. What 1-year-old understands that? He doesn’t know the background of Make-A-Wish either. Not a lot of 4-year-olds do. But Ayden does know what Disney World…Read More about Make-A-Wish surprises pre-K student with trip to Disney World.