5 Tips to Know Before Before You Go We’re heading back to school in the Arlington ISD Monday for in-person instruction using a hybrid model through Oct. 9. We want you to “Know Before You Go” for a successful transition. 1. It’s not going to look the same The cafeterias will not be full when…Read More about 5 Tips to Know Before You Go: Food Services Edition.
5 Tips to Get Ready to Return to School We’re heading back to school in the Arlington ISD Sept. 28 for in-person using a hybrid model through Oct. 9. And we want you to “Know Before You Go” for a successful transition. So here are 5 tips: 1. Come prepared Just like those students who…Read More about 5 Tips to Know Before You Go: Technology Edition.
Twitter to Help Arlington Teachers #Connect2Engage With the Arlington ISD getting closer to in-person instruction for all elementary and junior high students who want to come to class, the district’s professional learning department has put an emphasis on teachers sharing their great ideas with one another through social media. High school students will follow a…Read More about Twitter to Help Arlington ISD Teachers Connect to Engage.
New Arts & Athletics Complex nears completion It took several days to fill all the way, but Arlington ISD’s new pool in the soon-to-open Athletics Center is now full of water! The diving boards are now being installed as the natatorium gets closer to welcoming the district’s swimmers and divers. See the pool fill up.…Read More about VIDEO: Three Days Later Arlington ISD Pool is Full and Fabulous.
New Pool is Filling Up! The water got turned on at the new Arlington ISD Natatorium Thursday afternoon. Thanks to a large hose borrowed from the Arlington Fire Department, the new world-class pool is quickly filling up. It won’t be long before district swimmers are diving in. “This is an exciting day for Arlington ISD,”…Read More about VIDEO: New Arlington ISD Natatorium pool filling with water.
Hello Xello! The Xello app is coming so all Arlington ISD students who have eyes on their future should circle their calendars for Oct. 2. That’s Student Access Day for Xello, the new online program for the Arlington ISD that will help students prepare for college and career success. On Oct. 2, the district wants…Read More about New Xello App Helps Students Plan their Future.
The Arlington ISD is shifting its sell of athletic event tickets to school sporting events for the 2020-21 school year to online only. Tickets for all varsity and non-varsity games will only be sold through Ticket Spicket. There will be no cash ticket sales at any Arlington ISD sporting event this school year. “We really…Read More about Athletic event tickets online by Arlington ISD.
New Arlington ISD Natatorium Sure to Make a Big Splash The daily mantra at the new Arlington ISD Natatorium is “just add water.” While there are a few things to do to get the pool ready, it’s close. The new Arlington ISD Athletics Center will include the natatorium and a multi-sport arena. Next door, construction…Read More about New Arlington ISD Natatorium Sure to Make a Big Splash.
To launch each school year, Workman Junior High teachers are tasked with a rather intriguing assignment: come up with an inspiring buzzword for their new crop of students to live and work by. Call it an anchor to help steady the choppy academic seas to come. While such a charge might be a tough one…Read More about First-year teacher is a 30-year Arlington ISD veteran.
The Arlington ISD Board of Trustees has called for a Voter-Approval Tax Rate Election on Nov. 3, 2020. If approved, the VATRE would generate approximately $56 million in additional revenue for the district. “Passage of the VATRE would provide our district millions in state funding that we could not access otherwise,” said Arlington ISD Superintendent…Read More about Arlington ISD Calls Voter-Approval Tax Rate Election.