Dr. Marcelo Cavazos to be honored Retired Arlington ISD superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos will be honored with the North Texas Education Leadership Award next month. The award is presented by the North Texas Commission. Cavazos is being honored for his development of innovative programs that meet the current needs of employers and students and for…Read More about Retired superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos to be honored with education leadership award.
We’re saying goodbye to our beloved superintendent, Dr. Marcelo Cavazos. After 11 years in the position and 23 years in the Arlington ISD, Dr. Cavazos is retiring. Fill out the form to send Dr. C your well wishes for retirement and we’ll post your comments below. To RSVP to attend Dr. Cavazos’ retirement celebration, email…Read More about Thank you, Dr. C!.
New Webb replaces school built in 1960 When Webb Elementary School originally opened in 1993, it was in a building built in 1960 as Nichols Junior High. But today, Webb has a brand-new building for the first time. The district celebrated the much-needed new facility with a dedication ceremony and open house last Friday, complete…Read More about Arlington ISD dedicates new Webb Elementary.
For 33 years, he has dedicated his life to the mission of public education, 23 of them in the Arlington ISD and 11 as Superintendent of Schools. Today, Dr. Marcelo Cavazos announced he will retire from the district on Aug. 31, 2023. John Quincy Adams said, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn…Read More about Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos announces retirement.
Happy Holidays from our Board of Trustees! 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…Read More about Arlington ISD trustees share what they’re thankful for.
Dallas Cowboys and Reliant Energy honor Carly Glass What started out as a late lunch period ended up being a big surprise for Miller Elementary School teacher Carly Glass. The Dallas Cowboys and Reliant Energy stormed into her classroom to award her with the Cowboys Class Acts award for November. Glass was in shock when…Read More about Deaf education teacher named Cowboys Class Act for November.
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.
Sixth Arlington ISD teacher named Cowboys Class Act Last Monday might have been rainy, but the weather couldn’t stop the joy at Bowie High School. Students and staff were all smiles when the Dallas Cowboys and Reliant Energy surprised Sammy Epps with the Cowboys Class Acts honor for October. Epps is a health teacher and…Read More about Bowie High School Coach honored as Cowboys Class Act.
It was a great first day Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos traveled across the district Monday to see how the first day of school was going. His tour of six schools required 40 miles of driving and included 19 classroom visits, five Facebook Lives and even one PTA meeting. What did he find? It…Read More about Arlington ISD has a super first day of school.
The future Berry Elementary School has gone vertical. That means the steel is now being erected for the frame of the facility. After lots of preparations – grading, installing utilities, drilling piers, pouring grade beams and more – it’s starting to look like a real building. See construction photos. The original Berry, which first opened…Read More about Berry Elementary School goes vertical.