No one understands that teachers are leaders better than the Arlington ISD. That’s why the district has a leadership pathway set up for teachers that will support them whether they want to be leaders in the classroom, grade level, district level or even advance beyond the classroom and move into new roles. “We know we…Read More about Leadership development for teachers sets Arlington ISD apart.
Bigger Impact Who said the road to becoming a teacher had to be straight and narrow? Just ask Burgin Elementary School second-grade teacher Tryniti Johnson. The former speech therapist wanted to make a bigger impact on children, so she decided to change careers and take her talents to the classroom. “It’s been amazing,” said Johnson.…Read More about Former Speech Therapist Forges New Path in the Classroom.
From Tresses to Teaching What’s your passion? Not sure? Well, sometimes you must follow your interests like Augustus Bruton. The Martin High School alumnus is completing his first year of teaching at the Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center (CTC), but he got the teaching bug while in high school. “My teachers in high school…Read More about Augustus Bruton Found his Passion Teaching.
If teaching is you’re calling, then mark your calendars for April 23 as the Arlington ISD is ready to help you answer that call. The district’s annual teacher job fair returns to its traditional in-person format on Saturday, April 23, with a job fair at the Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center. Representatives from every…Read More about Answer the call to teach.
Boomwhackers, thunder tubes, rain sticks and Orff instruments. Those are just a few of the fun instruments you’ll find in an Arlington ISD elementary music classroom. They are also some of the hands-on equipment included in the district’s new elementary music standards. Arlington ISD’s fine arts department is working on a plan to standardize elementary…Read More about Arlington ISD standardizing elementary music instruments and equipment.
The only team on a hotter winning streak than the Dallas Cowboys may be the teaching team in the Arlington ISD. William McAlister, a social studies teacher at Carter Junior High, and Adams Elementary third-grade teacher Tarri Miller were honored this week as the Dallas Cowboys/Reliant Energy Class Acts teachers of the month for September…Read More about Dallas Cowboys Honor Two Arlington ISD Teachers!.
An introduction to Ken Foster Akron, Ohio, is a city commonly known as the hometown of professional basketball player Lebron James. The Los Angeles Lakers star may have put the city on the map, but other living legends like Arlington ISD early childhood instructional specialist Ken Foster hail from there, too. Foster had a more…Read More about Faith, Learning and Relationships: The Story of Ken Foster.
Burlington’s newest North Arlington location opened its doors and heart to the community by donating $5,000 to Sherrod Elementary. The donation was made possible by the store’s partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting teachers and their students. The money will be distributed evenly among teachers and allow them to shop for classroom…Read More about Burlington Gives Back to Sherrod Elementary.
If you’re looking to make a special impact in the Arlington ISD, this is your chance. The Arlington ISD is hiring special education teaching assistants! Join one of the most successful school districts in the Metroplex with a team motivated to succeed! You’ll enjoy a rewarding position helping special education teachers and students along with…Read More about Teaching Assistants Needed At Arlington ISD!.
You want to know how important substitute teachers are? There are two weeks set aside to honor them. This week marks National Substitute Appreciation Week, and there is another in May. Substitute teachers play an integral role every day on campuses throughout the Arlington ISD. We know that, too, which is why the Arlington ISD…Read More about Five reasons to sub in Arlington ISD.