Category: Transfers News

Ag Center

Ag students busy all summer caring for animals

July 1, 2021
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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…

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phlebotomy summer course

Students learn phlebotomy in special summer course

June 25, 2021
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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…

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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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Dan and Linda Dipert hear new Steinway Spirio piano for the first time

New Steinway Spirio pianos introduced at Center for Visual and Performing Arts

March 24, 2021
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World-class instruments and amazing technology The Arlington ISD’s new Center for Visual and Performing Arts was filled with the sounds of two professional Steinway pianists today as they played a rousing duet, four hands masterfully flying across the keyboard. But the pianists weren’t at the CVPA. They were in New York, and a screen showed…

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Student wins national award for app

STEM Academy student earns national award

March 15, 2021
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Winner of the 2020 Congressional App Challenge Being a student at the STEM Academy opened up more than just a new world in education for Michelle Nguyen. Attending the school on the Martin High School campus also served as the inspiration for an award-winning app designed by the 16-year-old junior. The light-bulb moment was born…

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