Learning Opportunities During The School Closure At Home Learning Phases are planned in the event that we do not go back to school on April 6.

Online Access:
Spectrum/Charter is offering FREE broadband and wi-fi for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students. To sign up, call (844) 488-8398.

Learning Opportunities:

AISD At-Home Learning Hub
To use the AISD resources. log on to Rapid Identity:
Arlington ISD students can enrich their learning using the curated resources on this website which is organized by grade level K -12.

The AHS Library is offering Ebooks and Audio books.
It's perfect for the school closure or anytime. You can check out and read books on your phone or device 24/7!

Additionally, the library offers databases for research and personal learning.
Students should log on to their school Google accounts to access the usernames and passwords.

Resources that will be very beneficial are EBSCO Learning Express which includes tools and information for academic skill-building, standardized test prep, and career certification test prep.  Facts on File Curriculum Center offers math, science and history lessons and activities. Gale Interactive: Science which brings science to life as students zoom, rotate, and explore interactive 3D models.

The uncertainty of these coming days may make our students anxious or afraid. Another library resource is Cameron’s Collection which provides online books to supporting teen mental health and wellness.

Online learning Sites for all grade levels:  Compiled by AHS teachers, Jessica Wilson and Rebekah Tate:

Scholastic is offering free online courses so your kids can keep learning while schools are closed:
The website, which is divided into four sections based on grade level, currently has five days' worth of content. An additional 15 days of content is on the way. The courses provide approximately three hours of learning per day, including writing and research projects, virtual field trips, and geography challenges.

Khan Academy:
Khan Academy? We offer exercises, quizzes, and tests so students can practice and master skills, as well as instructional videos to help students learn or review material.

Students Can Respond to Daily Writing Prompts, Inspired by the New York Times, at Home for Free:

The Washington Post and CNN are offering  historic sites and attractions by virtual tours during the coronavirus pandemic:

Seniors this is a great time to apply for scholarships!
Click this link:
*Scholarship Bulletins: Please click on the month to download the document.
*You will see Scholarship bulletins arranged by month.
*Click on those links to access the full document.
Good luck in getting all of those scholarship $$$.

Go Center:
The UTA rep Mario Vargas and the new TRIO rep Lorena Fuentes are able to assist students with college stuff virtually, phone, video calls, emails.

Dual Credit Students:
Please check your TCC email for information from your instructor on continuing your course online.



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