Photos from the Arts & Athletics Complex Show Updates to the Facility Check out the latest construction photos of the new Arlington ISD Arts and Athletics Complex, home to the future Center for Visual and Performing Arts and the Athletics Center. Specifically, significant progress has been made since last month’s video tour, like the installation…Read More about Photos: Arts and Athletics Complex Progressing.
Arlington ISD’s State of the District to be Held August 7 The Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce will host the tenth annual Arlington ISD State of the District address featuring Dr. Marcelo Cavazos this Friday, August 7. Because of COVID-19 this year’s event will be held live on the Chamber of Commerce Facebook page. In…Read More about Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce to Host Arlington ISD State of the District.
Students Can Explore Their Artistic Potential at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts The Arlington ISD’s brand new Center for Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) is opening this school year and bringing new courses and opportunities to high school students from across the district. Additionally, programs at the new state-of-the-art center will give students…Read More about New Arlington ISD Center for Visual and Performing Arts is Now Enrolling.
Preparing Students for the Future Starts in Pre-K Pre-K is touted as a great way to prepare kids for kindergarten and kick-start their educational journeys. But who knows better than the kindergarten teachers who see firsthand the impact Pre-K has on some of their students. Here is what several Arlington ISD kindergarten teachers had to…Read More about Kindergarten Teachers at Arlington ISD Talk About Pre-K.
The 6th Annual Back to School Kickoff Returns August 15 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 different look this year. The event, which allows Arlington ISD students to get backpacks, school supplies and more to prepare…Read More about Arlington ISD Announces 6th Annual Back to School Kickoff.
Arlington ISD First-Year Teachers Share Their Synergy Experience With school out for the summer, Arlington ISD’s first-year teachers are getting a chance to reflect on their rookie year in the district. After a year filled with highs and lows (like a pandemic!) – the “first-year” tag is coming off. “We could not be prouder of…Read More about Synergy Program at Arlington ISD Helps First-Year Teachers Navigate New Waters.
Sam Houston Coach Anthony Criss Speaks to Group About Race Relations Each year, it’s not hard to spot the amazing brotherhood displayed by Sam Houston High School’s football players. The majority of the young men are Hispanic, many are Black and a number of them are white. But the color of their skin never interferes…Read More about Anthony Criss Invited to Panel Discussion on Race .
No Kid Hungry Grant Helps Serve Meals for Students The Arlington ISD was awarded a $60,000 emergency grant from the No Kid Hungry program. The grant money will be used as part of the feeding program. Arlington ISD has to provide approximately 29,000 meals daily in the district. The Arlington ISD currently has 20 locations…Read More about No Kid Hungry Program Helps Arlington ISD.
Crow Leadership Academy Getting a New Look The early stages of construction for a major Bond 2019 project at Crow Leadership Academy is now underway. Rough grading has begun for an addition and new parking lot. See photos. “With every bond project, it helps us continue to move forward and serve our students even better,”…Read More about Construction at Crow Leadership Academy Underway.
Arlington ISD to Remain Virtual Until September 28th. 2020 JOINT CONTROL ORDER OF THE LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES FOR TARRANT COUNTY, THE CITY OF ARLINGTON, AND THE CITY OF BURLESON REGARDING PUBLIC AND NON-RELIGIOUS PRIVATE SCHOOLSRead More about Joint Control Order issued by local public health officials.