CPR Instruction
CPR Instruction Mandated for Students in Grades 7-12
Students in grades 7-12 are receiving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training in public schools as a requirement of House Bill 897, which went into effect at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year. The law requires students to receive this life-saving training at least once as a prerequisite to high school graduation.  READ MORE...
Board
Seen and Heard at the March School Board Meeting
The School Board heard a report from Superintendent Schroder regarding education-related bills being considered in the current state legislative session. Trustees approved SAMCA Capital Markets for financial advising, and awarded a contract to AT&T to provide network access to the new sixth-grade campuses.  READ MORE...
TOY 2015
District Teacher of the Year Finalists Announced
The six finalists for Amarillo ISD Elementary and Secondary Teacher of the Year were announced this morning in an email from the Teacher of the Year committee. These teachers represent hard working educators throughout the school district. Each year, six finalists are chosen, three each from elementary and secondary schools  READ MORE...
Science Student
New Classes Offer Career-Directed Education for Students
Amarillo ISD educators have designed and written four new high school courses meant to provide specialized education based on career goals. Three of these courses, Art Design and Production for Advanced Visual Art, Forensic Science, and Math for Technical Professionals, were implemented this fall. Math for Medical Professionals will be implemented in August 2015.  READ MORE...
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