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APRIL 8 | 2021


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The Argyle Education Foundation presented checks to the AHS STEM teachers this week! AEF would like to thank Mrs. Good and Mrs. Allen for everything they do to teach STEM in Argyle ISD. AEF would also like to thank the AHS Varsity Cheerleaders for helping with the kickoff and check presentation.

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Argyle Education Foundation Video - April is AEF Month

It's officially AEF Month!! AEF has received almost $1,000 thus far! It takes a village and we believe Argyle has what it takes. Please check out this informative video with Argyle ISD Superintendent Dr. Wright and AEF President Chet Schrader. They will explain how PTO and AEF work together, but help to fund different programs.

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The Argyle Education Foundation would like to thank its Executive Sponsor ARDENT HEALTHCARE! The Ardent Healthcare family recognizes the impact that AEF has on Argyle ISD and has partnered with them to bring much-needed "above and beyond" dollars to support the students and staff in Argyle ISD!

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Argyle ISD Honors National Assistant Principals Week

This week Argyle ISD is recognizing it outstanding Assistant Principals at the five campuses in the district. These leaders do a tremendous job every day helping support our students and staff. The district is grateful for their service and ability to adapt so well during a school year that has provided new challenges along the way.
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AHS Concert Bands Receive Outstanding Honors

The Argyle High School Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band competed in the UIL Concert and Sightreading Process and received straight superior ratings from all adjudicators.

This is the 20th consecutive year the Argyle HS Band has received sweepstakes honors. In order to receive a sweepstakes rating from UIL, both the Varsity Marching Band and Varsity Concert Band must receive superior ratings in one year.

Congratulations to the Eagle concert bands!

National Library Week!

This week also has included National Library Week and the special recognition of our outstanding librarians across the district. They do such an awesome job making their libraries welcoming, fun and interactive learning environments for our Eagles!

Argyle ISD Librarians:

Alicia Montgomery, Argyle High School

Katie Cox, Argyle Middle School

Audrey Almeida, Argyle Intermediate
Mary Ann Riley, West Elementary
Brittney Kennedy, Hilltop Elementary

Eagle Students Impacted by STAAR Online Testing Access

On Tuesday, about 100 Argyle ISD students experienced problems accessing their online STAAR Writing tests (4th & 7th grades) and English I EOC assessments (9th grade). These tests are being rescheduled for students that were impacted. Districts state-wide were impacted by the connectivity problems.

All other students testing with pencil and paper were not interrupted. The Texas Education Agency released a statement addressing the issue with the testing provider and said next school year Cambium Assessment "will be taking over these critical testing functions to ensure that users have a seamless online testing experience moving forward."

Furst Ranch Information for Eagle Families

Argyle ISD is providing this important information regarding the proposed Furst Ranch development. (This message was also emailed to all Eagle families on Wednesday, April 7).

What municipalities are partially or entirely within the Argyle ISD school boundaries? Argyle, Flower Mound, Denton, Bartonville and Northlake.

Who pays school taxes to Argyle ISD? Any individual property owner that is within the Argyle ISD school boundaries that include Argyle, Flower Mound, Denton, Bartonville and Northlake. The current Argyle ISD tax rate for 2020-2021 is $1.4187, which was approved by the Argyle ISD Board of Trustees in September 2020.

How does Argyle ISD's school budget function? There are two sides to the school district budget - Maintenance & Operations (M&O) and Interest & Sinking (I&S). Maintenance and Operations funds day-to-day costs, such as teacher salaries, supplies, utilities, etc. Interest & Sinking is used to repay debt for longer-term capital improvements approved by voters through bond elections.

Where is the projected Furst Ranch development located? The 2,000-acre development is located in Flower Mound at the intersection of FM 1171 and Highway 377 and is entirely within the Argyle ISD school boundaries.

When will the Furst Ranch zoning change be presented to the Flower Mound Town Council? According to representatives with Furst Ranch, this is expected to be in the fall of 2021.

How can I get more information regarding upcoming Flower Mound Town Council meetings? Visit the Town of Flower Mound website. The next scheduled Flower Mound Planning & Zoning Commission meeting is April 12 at 6:30 p.m. The next Town Council Work Session is April 15 at 6 p.m. These meetings will be held in-person and available via live stream. The meeting videos are archived. Click here for meeting videos.

What is the expected Argyle ISD enrollment impact of Furst Ranch? Over a 10-year period, Argyle ISD expects to see enrollment growth of 3,000-plus students. Argyle ISD could have its first students from this development in the 2024-2025 school year.

How could the commercial development in Furst Ranch impact Argyle ISD? Commercial development could allow the sharing of taxation between the residential property owners and the commercial properties. Currently, Argyle ISD has a 6% commercial taxable value.

Can Argyle ISD redraw school boundaries? Any change in district boundaries would require a de-annexation and annexation process.

What is the process in the de-annexation and annexation of property from one school district to another? Territory may be de-annexed from a school district and annexed to another school district that is contiguous to the de-annexed territory. A petition requesting the de-annexation and annexation must be presented to the board of trustees of the district from which the territory is to be de-annexed and to the board of trustees of the district to which the territory is to be annexed. Each board of trustees to which a petition is required to be presented must conduct a hearing and adopt a resolution for the annexation to be effective. The petition requesting de-annexation and annexation must:

(1) be signed by a majority of:

(A) the registered voters residing in the territory to be de-annexed and annexed, if the territory has residents; or
(B) the surface owners of taxable property in the territory to be de-annexed and annexed, if the territory does not have residents;

(2) give the metes and bounds of the territory to be de-annexed and annexed.

Argyle ISD will continue to keep families informed of additional timely important information regarding Furst Ranch as it becomes available. If you have any questions, please email Communications@ArgyleISD.com.

Bus Riders: Masks Required Reminder

This is a reminder for families with bus riders regarding face coverings. All students riding the bus must wear a mask as they board the bus. Several riders have been boarding buses without masks. Thank you for your assistance in helping keep our buses safe.

ENROLLMENT NEWS: New Student & Kindergarten Registration in May

Registration will open in May for new students and kindergarten students for the 2021-2022 school year. New student and kindergarten enrollment requires a few steps and the details will be available on ArgyleISD.com.

Kindergarten registration opens May 3 and New Student Registration opens May 17. Please help us share this information with new parents in the community.

March 2021 AHS Phase II Drone Footage
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REGION I FINAL! Lady Eagles Face Midlothian Heritage

The Argyle Lady Eagles' magical playoff run has led them to the Class 4A Region I Final on Friday. They will face top-ranked Midlothian Heritage at 7 p.m. at Southlake's Dragon Stadium. The winner earns a berth to the state semifinals next week.

Argyle is coming off a convincing 5-0 victory Monday against San Elizario in Midland. The Lady Eagles (21-3-2) are in the midst of their best season in school history. Click here to follow the team on Twitter.

TICKETS: Click here to purchase tickets to Friday's game.

SWEEP! Argyle Golf Wins Boys' & Girls' District Titles

The Eagle boys' and girls' golf teams both won the District 7-4A championships that finished this week. The tournament was held at Robson Ranch and Runaway Bay.

The Eagles' two teams took 1st and 2nd place! Sophomore Gaven Lane was crowned the district individual champion. Zane Griggs was the silver medalist.

The Lady Eagles' two teams took 1st and 3rd overall! Katie Garner was the individual district champion and Madison Wert was third.

Congratulations to these super talented golfers who now prepare for the regional tournaments.

Argyle Baseball & Softball Host Lake Worth Friday

The Argyle Eagle baseball team is 13-8 and coming off a 20-0 victory Tuesday at Lake Worth. Trevor Duck, Reid Ross and Landen Harless combined for a no-hitter. The Eagles host Lake Worth at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

The Lady Eagle softball team is 14-4-2 and produced a 23-0 victory on Tuesday as Ava Edwards tossed a perfect game. The Lady Eagles return home Friday to host Lake Worth at 6:45 p.m.

Two Argyle Archers Win State Championships

Argyle Archery recently competed in the Texas State Archery Tournament in Belton and two archers won a combined three state championship titles.

Addison Silva (pictured left) and Charleigh Harbison won a combined three titles between the bullseye and 3D programs. Addison attends Argyle Intermediate and Charleigh attends AMS. Both are also designated as Academic Archers, which honors those who also excel academically.

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