Registration for in person and online instruction opens July 7


The Eligible PNP schools must provide the district with evidence as a private non-profit school, state accreditation or state license, needs to have at least one grade level above pre-kindergarten and be located within the Arlington School District attendance zones.

Interested PNP administrators are to contact Julie McGuire, State and Federal Interventions and Operations Director at by Thursday, July 9, 2020.


New Partnership Enhances Arlington ISD Community-Based Pre-K Registration for community-based Pre-K is now open

community-based pre-k

Community-Based Pre-K Expands Partnerships Across the Arlington ISD Arlington ISD’s new community-based Pre-K partnership is a win for everyone. While community-based Pre-K isn’t new in the district, a new three-way partnership among Arlington ISD, Child Care Associates and local child-care centers is not only keeping the program going, but it’s also ensuring the program continues…

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Take 25 a Reminder to Keep Students Safe During Summer Break Take 25 encourages community to take an active role in child safety

Take 25 to keep kids safe

Take 25 Invites Community to Focus on Child Safety Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos normally ends the school year at an elementary school with the Arlington police chief. There, they would talk with elementary…

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2019 Bond Gets Johns Elementary a New Pre-K Patio First 2019 Bond construction project is complete

Johns Elementary pre-k patio

Johns Elementary Pre-K Gets a New Look Thanks to 2019 Bond Voters Johns Elementary has a new Pre-K patio. The first construction project of the 2019 Bond to be completed, this project at Johns replaced…

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Superintendent Updates Families for their Return to School this Fall In-person and online instruction will be available throughout the year

Arlington ISD prepares for in person and online instruction this fall

In a letter to parents and guardians today, Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos shared what the Arlington ISD knows so far about how students and teachers will return to class this fall. Here is his letter:

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Last week I promised you an update regarding our Return to School plan based on guidance expected from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) on Tuesday. Unfortunately, the TEA wasn’t ready to release the guidance but I still want to share what we do know right now about this fall.

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Arlington ISD Announces 6th Annual Back to School Kickoff 10,000 backpacks to be distributed to students and families in need

Back to School Kickoff

The 6th Annual Back to School Kickoff Returns August 8 to AT&T Stadium The sixth annual Arlington ISD Back to School Kickoff event sponsored by the Gene and Jerry Jones Family Foundation will have a…

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ABOUT the District

Our Mission

The mission of the Arlington Independent School District is to empower and engage all students to be contributing, responsible citizens striving for their maximum potential through relevant, innovative and rigorous learning experiences.

Our Vision

The AISD will be a premier school district and a leader in education.

Our Goal

100% of AISD students will graduate exceptionally prepared for college, career and citizenship.

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Arlington ISD At a Glance...

  • About the District

    • Nearly 60,000 students are enrolled in the Arlington ISD.
    • The AISD is the 13th-largest school district in Texas.
  • Specialized Programs

    • Fine Arts
    • Dual Language
    • STEM
    • Leadership
    • Career and Tech
  • Academics and Technology

    AISD offers many opportunities for all students to make them College and Career Ready.

  • Extra Curricular Opportunities

    Our Fine Arts and Athletics programs are award-winning and our diverse activities provide enrichment for all students.