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  • Good Evening MacArthur Ponies,

    Library Curbside Checkout will begin the week of September 14.  Students and parents can go online to our library catalog to place books on hold.  Those reserved books can then be picked up on Mondays for elementary students and Wednesdays for middle school students from 10:00 am to 12 pm.  This Library Curbside Checkout will continue each week until we are physically back on campus.  An explanation on how to put books on hold and the drive up, curbside procedures can be found on our MacArthur website.
    Library Curbside Checkout beginning Week of September 14.
    Return any previously checkout books from Spring/Summer NOW

    Military parents, please check your emails or your child's Schoology courses for a link to fill out a contact information questionnaire. This information is being gathered by our Military Family Liaison."

    Device distribution for 4th grade students will be this Wednesday September 16 and 5th grade distribution will be Thursday September 17th.  Both will be in the Faculty parking lot from 2:00-4:00 pm.  You must bring the device currently assigned along with the cord to exchange for your new device.

    The District has posted a new Timeline for Re-Opening.  Please check the districts website at for more information.

    It's a great day to be a Pony, Go Ponies!!!!!

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  • Basketball in the Barrio brings hoops and art to students

    The 29th edition of Basketball in the Barrio will happen over Zoom this year on Saturday. Organizers at 3:30 p.m. on Friday will hand out basketballs, t-shirts, books and other materials to the first 100 students who participate in a drive-thru distribution event at the Armijo Rec Center.

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  • Hillside, Mesita nurses named Region 19 School Nurses of the Year

    Michelle Cummings from Mesita Elementary and Donna Betancourt from Hillside Elementary were named the Region 19 School Nurses of the Year by the Texas School Nurse Association.

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  • Richardson IB students build model rollercoasters

    Richardson sixth graders are wrapping up their school year by designing model rollercoasters inspired by international landmarks they have studied. The students first selected a country and designed a backpack they would use traveling through that country. The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme project then ended with the creation of rollercoasters made of cardboard and popsicle sticks.

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