Tag Archives: Support Quality Education

Registration Ends August 5 for Library’s English as a Second Language Classes

Every semester, English language learners are excited to sign up for classes with Arlington Reads. Spaces are now available for free English as a Second Language classes in fall 2017. Online registration is required, or call Arlington Reads at (817) 460-2727 for more information. English is a valuable skill that open…

Culture Buzz: UTA FabLab Using Technology to Make Dreams a Reality

The newest “Culture Buzz” segment on MyArlingtonTV takes a journey to the UTA FabLab, located inside The University of Texas at Arlington’s Libraries, 702 Planetarium Place, Arlington, TX 76019. The UTA FabLab is a creative hub for students, faculty and staff, providing access to technologies, equipment, training, opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration, and…

Get Half Price Pool Admission with Donated School Supply Item July 31-August 13

Make a splash in your local community by donating a new school supply item and get half price admission at any Arlington outdoor pool from July 31  to August 13. The Arlington Parks and Recreation Department sets out collection buckets at each of the City’s six outdoor pools to collect supplies for Mission Arlington. The Parks Department’s school supply…

Library Offers Parents Assistance with Arlington ISD Registration

For Arlington ISD students and families, it’s time to start thinking about going back to school. Online pre-registration for the 2017-18 school year is open for all grades, and the Arlington Public Library is here to help parents navigate the online process. AISD uses InfoSnap, a secure online enrollment system, to…

Students Explore Robots, Programming at Library Camp

Huddled intensely over their programming tools, campers at Green City Challenge camp were hard at work creating a better future for generations to come. In this week-long camp at the East Arlington Branch Library, students aged 10 to 18 learned the fundamentals of robotics and computer programming and also heard from…

UTA Ranked Among Best for Native American Students

The premier publication for prospective Native American college students has again ranked The University of Texas at Arlington among the nation’s best universities for Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian students to study science, technology, engineering and math. The Winds of Change magazine’s annual “Top 200 Colleges for Native…

Create Your Own Website at Library’s Design.Code.Market Class

Design. Code. Market, a free bootcamp-style class on designing and coding websites, returns for another semester. Participants will learn CSS, HTML, JavaScript and Bootstrap in two-hour sessions over five weeks. With these skills, students will be ready to develop and manage their own websites.“It takes less than a second for users to form an opinion…

Green Oaks School Helping Students with Special Needs Achieve Their Dreams

Over the last 17 years, the Green Oaks School in Arlington has been helping students with intellectual disabilities achieve their dreams by providing a hands-on, person-centered education. Due to program expansion and the additional services offered through the Green Oaks School, the name has been changed to Green Oaks Education and…

Dream Builders: Arlington Public Library’s Born to Stand Out Storytime

“Dream Builders” is a show on MyArlingtonTV that highlights the ways our community is helping kids dream big, nurture their creativity, polish their skills and develop the tools they need to achieve their American Dream as young adults. The latest Dream Builders focuses on the Arlington Public Library’s Born to Stand Out…