Category Archives: Arlington ISD

Acts of Kindness: AISD Students, Teachers and Volunteers Pack Meals for Hungry Kids

Students, teachers and community volunteers worked Friday at Arlington ISD’s Crow Elementary to pack 108,000 meals for hungry kids around the world. This act of kindness was part of the second annual Feed My Starving Children event, which distributes meals to children in the United States and around the world.“I think…

Students at Webb Elementary School Recognized for Acts of Kindness

To recognize youth who are spreading kindness throughout The American Dream City, Arlington’s Community Relations Commission has partnered with local businesses and launched a program that rewards students for their kind hearts. During a pep rally on Friday, Feb. 8 at Webb Elementary School in Arlington, the Commission surprised 1st grader…

More than 60 Students Dream Big at the 2019 AISD National Signing Day

Arlington ISD held its annual district-wide National Signing Day ceremony today for students who have signed or will sign with a college athletic program. More than 60 students representing all six AISD high schools signed national letters of intent in nine different sports, as they prepare to take their athletic dreams to…

Sid Richardson Foundation Grant helps Arlington ISD Build Future Leaders

The Arlington ISD has been awarded an $80,000 grant from the Sid Richardson Foundation to provide continued operational support for the Emerging Leaders Program, a research-based principal and assistant principal training program. The Emerging Leaders Program is designed to strengthen the leadership skills of aspiring principals and assistant principals. The program,…

January 2019 Student-Athlete of the Month: William Joyce

William Joyce, a senior on Lamar High School’s basketball team and track team, has been selected as the City of Arlington’s Student-Athlete of the Month for January 2019. Joyce, a forward for the Vikings, is a two year letterman in basketball and helped lead the 4×400 relay team to the University…

Help Arlington ISD Plan for the Future! Community Meetings Feb. 4-5

Help the AISD plan for 2020-2025!The Arlington ISD is considering a bond program to address facilities, fine arts programs, transportation, technology and security needs across the district. Please come to a community meeting to provide your input and help the AISD prioritize needs and make plans that will directly impact each child’s educational experience. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4  • 5:30-7:30…

Ginger Polster Living Her Dream as Arlington ISD Dan Dipert CTC Principal

As the principal of the Arlington ISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center, Ginger Polster is dedicated to creating a school-wide culture where students are able to pursue their dreams, identify career pathways and develop necessary skills that lead to post-secondary career and/or college readiness opportunities. The Arlington ISD Dan Dipert…

Rangers Host Reception to Celebrate Richard Greene Scholars Program Success

The Texas Rangers hosted a reception Monday to honor the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation’s Richard Greene Scholars Program, which was awarded the 2018 Allan H. Selig Award for Philanthropic Excellence from Major League Baseball in November. The Richard Greene Scholars Program, named after former Arlington Mayor Richard Greene, was created as a…

Students at Young Junior High School in Arlington Recognized for Kindness

To recognize youth who are spreading kindness throughout The American Dream City, Arlington’s Community Relations Commission has partnered with local businesses and launched a program that rewards students for their kind hearts. During pep rallies on Friday, Jan. 11 at Young Junior High School in Arlington, the Commission surprised 7th graders,…

December 2018 Student-Athlete of the Month: Alessandra Cisneros

Alessandra Cisneros, a senior at Seguin High School and a member of the AISD gymnastics team, has been selected as the City of Arlington’s Student-Athlete of the Month for December 2018. Cisneros, qualified for regionals in the beam and vault events during her junior year.“Alessandra is a great kid,” said Amber Fellers,…