Month: March 2023
Transfer into or within Arlington ISD The Arlington ISD is opening a special transfer window for the 2023-24 school year starting at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, March 28. During this window, which closes on April 28, applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis where students can transfer within the district if there is space…Read More about Arlington ISD transfer window opens Tuesday, March 28.
Sign up today for the College & Career Expo Do you know what you’re going to do after high school? Or this summer? It’s time to start planning, and we’re here to help with the Arlington ISD’s annual College and Career Expo. Parents, students and community members, register today to attend. The expo will be…Read More about Annual College and Career Expo is March 28.
Get connected at Contractor Symposium The Arlington ISD’s $966 million Bond 2019 program has construction projects that impact every campus. Come to the Contractor Symposium to get connected and learn about upcoming projects and bid opportunities. Networking opportunities Upcoming project information Projects ranging from $500,000 – $70 million Hors d’oeuvres will be provided April 5,…Read More about Arlington ISD Contractor Symposium is April 5.
Security job fair is at the Career and Technical Center The Arlington ISD strives to keep everyone safe and secure at all district locations, and you can help play a role. The district is hosting a security job fair on Tuesday, March 21, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Dan Dipert Career and Technical…Read More about Arlington ISD security job fair is March 21.
Museum student art showcase is free If you’re looking for something great to do over spring break, head to the Arlington Museum of Art. There you can see some real Arlington ISD talent on display – literally – as the museum hosts its annual Youth Art Month show through March 23. “We try and provide…Read More about Arlington Museum of Art features Arlington ISD artists through March 23.
Phase two buses all received The 2019 Bond is doing more than just building new schools and improving existing buildings. It is also improving the district’s transportation system by funding the purchase of new buses and vehicles. The vehicle purchases in the 2019 Bond are phased over the five years of the bond program. Phase…Read More about New school buses join the Arlington ISD fleet.
Students honored at board meeting If you’ve wondered why the last two Arlington ISD Board of Trustees meetings have lasted so long, blame it on Arlington students. If the students weren’t so smart, the meetings wouldn’t be as long. That’s the best kind of problem to have as the district honored 141 high school juniors…Read More about 141 juniors and seniors honored for National Merit Semifinalist or College Board recognition.
Trustees approve notice of election for May 6 Arlington ISD’s Board of Trustees meeting on March 7, 2023, is in the books, and here are a few of the highlights. This meeting was originally scheduled for last week, but severe weather last Thursday pushed it back. This may have been the cutest board meeting of…Read More about Trustees honor dozens of high schools students at board meeting.
This is National School Social Work Week, and Arlington ISD is highlighting our Student Outreach Services (SOS) department. This year’s theme for the week is “We Rise,” a perfect theme for the district’s school social workers who consistently “rise up” to support students, their families and their schools’ communities. Arlington ISD’s SOS department “rises up”…Read More about Student Outreach Services celebrated for National School Social Work Week.
Shetty gives gift cards to Gunn Junior High teachers Sairaman Shetty, vice president of the Mayor’s Youth Commission and senior at Arlington College and Career High School, is going the extra mile to make a difference in his community. For his birthday, the senior donated 25% of his total earnings from his job to purchase…Read More about ACCHS senior Sairaman Shetty goes extra mile with acts of service.