The health and welfare of Arlington ISD students is a primary concern, and the district has taken measures to make sure all students will be fed during the school closure due to COVID-19. Beginning Monday, March 16, the Arlington ISD will operate 23 distribution locations to accommodate students who need meals. Each weekday during the…Read More about Student Meal Plan Launches on Monday, March 16.
The Arlington ISD’s future Arts and Athletics Complex, which includes the Center for Visual and Performing Arts and the Athletics Center, are still on track to open early fall 2020. Roofing is almost complete and construction crews are getting close to getting the buildings dried in. Check out the construction highlight video below, which includes…Read More about Arts & Athletics Complex construction still in progress.
Teaching really was a calling for Blanton Elementary fourth-grade teacher Damaris Gloria her whole life. It just took her a little time to figure it out. She’s glad she did. Gloria studied radio and film at UT-Arlington and thought that was going to be her career path. That changed when she found a letter she…Read More about Teaching Is Life Changing.
Students in the most unfortunate of situations in the Arlington ISD are lucky because they’re in the most caring of hands. That’s the case for students who are part of the Homebound program, which is for students from pre-K through 18 PLUSS who will miss at least four consecutive weeks or four weeks in a…Read More about Help Homebound Students stay Connected.
UPDATED March 16, 2020: Due to the Arlington ISD’s closure because of COVID-19 and an attempt to slow the spread of Coronavirus, the upcoming College & Career Expo – scheduled for Tuesday, March 24 – is canceled. We are looking forward to continuing our partnership with InspirED and United Way of Tarrant County for a…Read More about College & Career Expo Hosted By Arlington ISD.
Webb Elementary is going to be rebuilt as part of the 2019 Bond program. On March 5, Webb students and parents helped with the design of the future building. The architect for the new Webb, BRW Architects, and Arlington ISD facility staff hosted a design charrette in the current Webb library for parents and students.…Read More about Webb Elementary students and parents help design new school.
Culinary students from the Arlington ISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center have a new menu item at Genghis Grill, proving they continue to lead the way when it comes to knowing what kids want to eat. A year after a trio of CTC students had a menu item on the menu at Cotton Patch…Read More about Genghis Grill gets creative with Arlington ISD Students.
Parents of Arlington ISD students are encouraged to complete the Parent Satisfaction Survey to share your experiences with your child’s school. The research team at Gibson Consulting Group, Inc. (Gibson) is conducting the survey on behalf of the Arlington ISD. The findings from this survey will be reviewed by all stakeholders and used in creating…Read More about 2020 Parent Satisfaction Survey online through March 27.
The Board of Education of Arlington Independent School District will receive sealed proposals because bidding is open for two 2019 bond construction projects: 20-36 CSP for Food Service Center Addition & Renovations Project DUE DATE: March 24, 2020, 2:00 PM/CST PRE-PROPOSAL MEETING: March 4, 2020, 10:00 AM/CST at Food Service Center – 1206 W. Arkansas…Read More about Bidding open for construction at Crow Academy.
The new addition at Jones Academy of Fine Arts and Dual Language did more than just add space. It also added more opportunities, better experiences and improved safety. The 16,840 square-foot addition, which opened at the end of 2019, includes 10 classrooms and a new gymnasium. The project also added a fire lane around the…Read More about Jones Academy addition open.