Category: Student News
There’s an old saying that goes, “If you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen.” Well, culinary students at Bowie High School are heating things up, but they can handle it. The budding chefs have created some special recipes that will be featured on district lunch menus this fall. Led by culinary teacher…Read More about Bowie High School Culinary Students Whip Up New Recipes.
Going to Carolina Who knew a dish of fried quail lollipops with a hot honey glaze, southern quail and dumplings, Carolina boiled peanut caviar, deviled quail eggs and Hoppin’ John rich and thyme cornbread cake with peach butter was worth $100,000? Preston Nguyen did. That was the prize money handed to the 2021 Martin High…Read More about Martin High School Grad wins World Food Championship Final Table.
She’s organized, caring, and ambitious, and she’s destined to overcome any obstacle put in front of her. She’s Martin High School senior Ruth Hong. Amazon Future Engineer College Scholarship Hong is also a computer science whiz and one of 100 students across the nation to receive the $40,000 Amazon Future Engineer College Scholarship. Not only…Read More about Martin High School Student Receives $40,000 Amazon Scholarship.
Sometimes, it’s just in you Kenny Macino was an entrepreneur before she knew exactly what it was. A fellow student so loved Kenny’s life-like sock doll made of cloth, buttons and string, they offered $3. Another offered $4 for one of her own. A teacher at Bailey Junior High, where Kenny is an eighth-grader, asked…Read More about Entrepreneurs, What’s Your Big Idea?.
Sam Houston does it again! The hope of attending Texas Christina University had come and gone for Sam Houston senior Ethan Paredez after finding out he didn’t receive the Community Scholars award like seven of his classmates. But what started out as a normal day for him a week later turned out to be life-changing…Read More about Sam Houston High School Senior Receives Full Scholarship to TCU.
Get excited for pre-K “School registration is so much fun,” said no one ever. But they will tomorrow, April 30. That’s when Arlington ISD is hosting an in-person registration event for pre-K that will look more like a carnival than a typical enrollment event. The event at McNutt Elementary, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.…Read More about Tomorrow: Train rides, free snow cones and tons of fun!.
Facts about autism are just about everywhere at Hill Elementary – on the outdoor pavement and indoor walls, on posters and doors – and that’s precisely the point. As Autism Awareness Month comes to a close, Hill wanted to go all-out on its attempt to bring cognizance wrapped around a celebratory tone about a disorder…Read More about Hill Elementary Closes Autism Awareness Month with Walk and Festival.
Students across Arlington ISD are using art to spread love and hope to a special group of children in Germany. Since the conflict between Russia and Ukraine began, many citizens have fled the country for safety into neighboring countries. Some Ukrainian refugees are currently staying in Arlington’s sister city, Bad Königshofen, Germany. The City of…Read More about Students Send Artwork to Ukrainian Refugees.
Sixteen schools in Arlington ISD are taking a different approach to educate youth about suicide prevention with the help of a peer-to-peer intervention program called Hope Squad. The schools celebrated Hope Squad Week this week with activities like class TikTok challenges, scavenger relays, crossword challenges and more in an effort to prevent youth suicide through…Read More about Hope Squads help prevent youth suicide.
Amos Elementary fourth-grader Parker knows what he likes when it comes to food. “The French fries were too spicy,” Parker said. “The other two were too bland. They tasted just like potatoes.” Classmate Jose is also a food critic of sorts. He was rather vocal when it comes to nacho cheese. “The one that’s blue…Read More about Students Taste Test Food Options for Next Year.