Category: District News

2021 registration begins July 7

Student Registration opens July 7

July 5, 2021
Posted in ,

It’s time to start registering all Arlington ISD students for the 2021-22 school year beginning Wednesday, July 7. The registration window opens at 9 a.m. and everyone can begin the registration process here. You will also be able to find answers to frequently asked questions and get details about what forms are needed to register…

Read More
Ag Center

Ag students busy all summer caring for animals

July 1, 2021
Posted in , ,

All summer School may be out for the summer, but students who attend Arlington ISD’s Agriculture Science Center have their hands full year-round. And even without classes, every day is still busy. That’s because they have steers, lambs, goats, chickens, heifers, rabbits and more to take care of. Dedicated to the health and cleanliness of all the animals housed at the Ag Center, some students start their day at 6:30…

Read More
Amos summer learning is fun

Amos Elementary makes Summer Learning fun

June 30, 2021
Posted in , ,

It’s not every day a student gets to practice mathematical strategies huddled under a tent next to a roaring fire while still inside the classroom. Or have the principal show up to school in a Camp Life T-shirt, baseball cap and backpack with a large water bottle dangling from one side and a flashlight from…

Read More
Nsekhe football camp at Bowie

Dallas Cowboys’ Ty Nsekhe hosts fourth annual youth football camp

June 29, 2021
Posted in ,

Saturday morning, 10-year-old Brayson Barnard desperately tried to catch a football thrown by Attauyo “Ty” Nsekhe, the new Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman. No, Barnard, of Tolar, wasn’t still in bed, dreaming. The two were inside Bowie High School’s Multipurpose activity center, where Nsekhe was hosting a football camp. And another youth participant kept intercepting the…

Read More
phlebotomy summer course

Students learn phlebotomy in special summer course

June 25, 2021
Posted in , , , , ,

Summer camp looks a bit different for students at the Arlington ISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center this year. Instead of board games and enrichment, phlebotomy students are getting a crash course instructed by health science teachers Mark Ingram and Jacqulyn Robinius. Phlebotomy, also called venipuncture, is the process of using a needle to…

Read More