Category: Student Life

gymnasts qualify for state

Six Arlington ISD gymnasts head to state championship

April 27, 2021
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Most district athletes to qualify since 2011 Six Arlington ISD high school gymnasts are heading to the Texas High School Gymnastics Championship this week after qualifying at the Region IV Championship meet. The record-breaking team includes the most district athletes to qualify for state since 2011. The championship meet at Euless Trinity High School starts…

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New playground at Pearcy STEM Academy

New playgrounds open at Pearcy STEM Academy

March 26, 2021
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Third graders rush playground after ribbon cutting The third-grader practically flew up the stairs toward the twisting slide. “Oh my goodness!” she said, streaming her thoughts aloud. “This is awesome! Awesome. So many choices!” Moments earlier, Pearcy STEM Academy Principal Codi Van Duzee, flanked by Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos, snipped the caution tape…

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Air Force JROTC Night

Air Force JROTC Night February 28

February 26, 2018
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Mark your calendars for Air Force JROTC Parent Information Night! The meeting is intended for parents and interested students to receive information about the Air Force JROTC program in the Arlington ISD. The meeting will be from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 28, at the Ferguson Education Center cafeteria, 600 SE Green Oaks Blvd.…

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Students at Bebensee’s Book Swap

October 3, 2017
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Reading at Bebensee! Zoe D. is one of those readers who can’t get enough of books. That’s just fine by her mother who knows that reading is the cornerstone of knowledge. Same for Zoe’s teachers at Bebensee Elementary who tell her to read away since it impacts everything from communication skills and language mastery to…

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Martin’s High Cheer Clinic Starts Girls Early

September 14, 2017
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Cheerleading, the sport The sport of cheerleading has changed over the last couple of decades, moving away from its origins as a support system for basketball and football to competition so athletically challenging that some teams exist as competition-only squads. AISD schools compete nationally against other squads but primary duties are still to stalk the…

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The Art of Painting Parking Spaces

September 14, 2017
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Lets Paint! Who doesn’t like to paint? Of course, there are dog people and cat people. Lamar High School’s Kayla L. is an elephant person. She’s loved them since sixth or seventh grade. If she wasn’t dragging her parents to the Fort Worth Zoo to see them up close and personal, she was reading about…

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