Join Arlington Independent School District for a Virtual Career Fair for Teachers

Location
Arlington,Texas
Posted
Jun 24, 2020
Job Category
Teaching
Job Type
Full-Time, Part-Time

Event Date: Wednesday July 22, 2020 Time: 1 PM to 7 PM ET-- join anytime your schedule allows! 

Looking for a teaching job for the upcoming school year in Arlington, Texas? Join our virtual career fair to chat one-on-one via text with recruiters and land a teaching job faster.

Sign up now.

Here’s what you can expect:  

• 1:1 chats with recruiters in a relaxed virtual environment. No need for video, just simple text-based chats.  

• Hundreds of teaching jobs. We’ve got virtual teaching jobs, in-person jobs at large urban districts, small charter schools, and everything in between!  

• Easy-to-use technology. 78% of teachers who attended our March virtual career fair said our platform was easy to use. 

• Insights to advance your career. Discover which teaching skills are in demand for the coming school year and join our principal chats to learn what hiring officials expect from teaching job candidates.

 

The Arlington ISD has a population of more than 61,000 students – and we are dedicated to every single one of them. With a highly engaged faculty and an array of learning opportunities that foster each student’s unique interests and talents, our goal is to have 100 percent of AISD students graduate exceptionally prepared for college, career, and citizenship. We combine the strength of a large school district with innovative approaches and focused support to help students articulate and achieve their dreams. The AISD...where potential gets real!

DID YOU KNOW?

• The AISD is the 11th-largest school district in Texas.

• The AISD is the largest employer in Arlington and the sixth largest in Tarrant County, with a staff of approximately 8,500.

• Seventy-five percent of secondary students are enrolled in the career and technical education program.

• Elementary and secondary students identified for gifted and talented services are assured an array of learning opportunities during the school day and through co-curricular and extracurricular activities. Grade-appropriate research skills are incorporated in the curriculum through open-ended assignments, providing a continuum of learning experiences that lead to the development of advanced-level products and/or performances.

• The AISD currently offers the International Baccalaureate World School Programme at Arlington, Bowie, Lamar, and Sam Houston high schools.

• Students have the opportunity to graduate with college credit in 31 courses through the district's Advanced Placement program: that is the equivalent of one full year of college study. The Advanced Placement curricula include courses in English, math, science, social studies, music theory, art, and foreign languages.

• The AISD and Tarrant County College offer dual-credit choices at each high school. The district covers tuition costs and books for students who take advantage of this on-site opportunity. Students pay a $59 fee per course. This program was the first of its kind in this area.

• The AISD is home to an award-winning and acclaimed special education program that focuses on academic success as well as the development of life skills.

• The AISD is home to 11 National Merit Semifinalists and four National Hispanic Scholars.

• The AISD offers an early college high school and a STEM academy for high school students and two fine arts and dual language academies for elementary students with admission by application.

 

More interesting facts:

ABOUT THE ARLINGTON ISD

• Nearly 60,000 students are enrolled in the Arlington ISD.

• The AISD is the 13th-largest school district in Texas.

• Elementary and secondary students identified for gifted and talented services are assured an array of learning opportunities during the school day and through co-curricular and extracurricular activities. Grade-appropriate research skills are incorporated in the curriculum through open-ended assignments, providing a continuum of learning experiences that lead to the development of advanced-level products and/or performances.

• The AISD currently offers the International Baccalaureate World School Programme at Arlington, Bowie, Lamar, and Sam Houston high schools.

• The AISD is home to an award-winning and acclaimed special education program that focuses on academic success as well as the development of life skills.

• The AISD is home to five National Merit Semifinalists and 31 National Hispanic Scholars.

FINE ARTS

• In 2019, our fine arts program was, once again, named one of the Best Communities for Music Education. That designation was earned for the 15th time in recent history.

• There are almost 47,000 students enrolled in visual and performing arts classes throughout the district.

• Ten students were selected for the All-State Band, Choir and Orchestra.

• Twenty-Four students were selected for the Visual Arts Scholastic Event in San Antonio and received 13 state medals.

• Over 5,000 5th- and 8th-grade students participated in the AT&T Art Tour funded by the Gene and Jerry Jones Arlington Youth Foundation.

• The Arlington Children’s Chorus participated in a clinic and a mass choral concert with Fort Worth and Crowley ISD Choirs conducted by Dr. Susan Brumfield from Texas Tech University.

• The Arlington Children’s Chorus performed with the Arlington Master Chorale, an auditioned adult community chorus.

• Elementary dance and percussion students performed with the 400-voice elementary chorus at the Martin Luther King Youth Extravaganza.

• Over 1,400 Band, Choir, Orchestra and Dance students performed at Six Flags for the AISD Education Foundation Celebration.

• The Martin High School and Shackelford Junior High choirs as well as the Arlington Children’s Chorus performed in conjunction with First Methodist Church to help raise funds for homeless and impoverished families. 

• The Martin High School Symphony Orchestra was selected to perform at the Texas Music Educators Association Conference in San Antonio.

• The Young Junior High Choir was selected to perform at the American Choral Directors Association National Convention in Kansas City.

• The Bowie High School Wind Symphony was selected to perform at the Western International Band Clinic in Seattle.

• Martin High School One Act Play advanced to the Texas State One Act Play Contest. Arlington and Lamar High Schools advanced to the Bi-District Round of One Act Play Competition.

ATHLETICS

• Four teams advanced to the football playoffs: one team advanced to the Area round and one to the Regional Quarterfinals

• Two teams advanced to the volleyball playoffs: one team advanced to the Regional Quarterfinals

• Two teams advanced to the playoffs: One team advanced to the Area Tournament in tennis

• Three teams and many individuals advanced to the Regional Cross-Country Championships

• Seven soccer teams (three girls, four boys) advanced to the playoffs: one boys’ team to the Area round; two boys’ teams and one girls’ team advanced to Regionals Semifinals.

• In track, athletes from all six high schools (boys and girls) advanced to Area and Regional competitions: One athlete advanced to state and won a bronze and gold medal.

• Two high school gymnastics teams competed at the state level.

• Five basketball teams advanced to the playoffs (three boys, two girls), two of them (one boys, one girls) advanced to Area. One girls’ team advanced to the Regional Quarterfinal.

• Three softball teams advanced to the playoffs

• Three baseball teams advanced to the playoffs: one advanced to the Area round.

• Two golf teams advanced to Regionals; one individual girl won the State Championship.

• One girl wrestler and three boy wrestlers were gold medalists and five girl wrestlers, and 12 boy wrestlers competed at the State Wrestling Tournament

• All AISD archery teams competed at the State Tournament. One team won the State Championship. One team competed at the National Archery Competition.

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