Community leaders and school-age care providers are trying to understand the demand for child care services in order to help families in Tarrant County. Please take five minutes to complete a survey that will be used to determine county-wide childcare needs at www.surveymonkey.com/r/schoolagedparentsurvey.
Is it just for aisd. My grandsons live in another district in Tarrrant county.
Can you post this in Spanish as well?
So it’s far too dangerous to open school but let’s create child care to pack children into? Why don’t we just open schools and let our kids get a proper education??
If something is offered, it will be free correct....so that your not trying to get twice as much money?! Just checking that you wouldnt be getting the money from students and getting money from this daycare on top of it?
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Substitute teachers help students continue the rigorous learning experience we promise to offer as a school district when the regular classroom teacher can not avoid an absence. Consistency is key in learning and substitute teachers are vital in maintaining this. Arlington ISD needs substitute teachers to help guide students. Save the day! Apply now to become a substitute teacher at aisd.net. www.atenterprise.powerschool.com/ats/app_login?COMPANY_ID=WA003038... See MoreSee Less
The date for this year’s Back to School Kickoff has been moved to Saturday, August 15 due to road construction and road closures through the city of Arlington. The event will begin at 8 a.m. on August 15. Lot assignments and health screening details will be emailed out to registrants starting the week of Monday, August 3. Again, the 6th annual Back to School Kickoff will take place on Saturday, August 15. Register today! bddy.me/3gsgWLP... See MoreSee Less
We know regular classroom teachers can’t avoid absences, but with help from substitute teachers students can continue the rigorous learning experience we promise to offer as a school district. Consistency is key in learning and substitute teachers are vital in maintaining this. Arlington ISD needs substitute teachers to help guide students. Save the day! Apply now to become a substitute teacher at aisd.net and read more about Arlington ISD substitute teacher Tracy Carnes in our latest blog post. www.aisd.net/district-news/substitutes-continue-to-play-a-vital-role-in-the-district/... See MoreSee Less
We need to be delaying school opening not forcing everyone to begin school virtually
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Can we afford it? Every one is worried about the coming property tax in 2021. How you can handle it?
And plus pre K for 3-4 years old. Who will pay for all of those things?
Public health authorities in Tarrant County, the City of Arlington and the City of Burleson signed a Joint Control Order that will keep all of our schools closed to in-person classes through Sunday, September 27, 2020, due to the surge of COVID-19 cases in Tarrant County. While in-person instruction will be pushed back, online instruction will begin on Monday, August 17. We know the start of the school year is going to be unlike anything we’ve ever been through before. We can not express enough how much we appreciate your support and patience, not only throughout last spring, but into the fall as well. For complete details visit www.aisd.net/families/return-to-school-2020/parent-resources/. ... See MoreSee Less
How do you register the kids for school or get their schedules for jr high and high school
I am still unable to sign up my daughter on online classes. She will be starting pre-k4 my question is i do not have to do anything anymore considering this will now take affect?
Will there be an option for paperwork to be done instead of on the computer. My son did not do well with a computer and it was both frustrating for him and myself to struggle so hard. I understand this is a safety procedure but I don’t know how I’m going to teach a kinder kid 3rd grader, and now find a stay at home job. Single parents are struggling here. I hope the best for everyone.
AISD - My daughter initially wanted to register for in person schooling and I was waiting to register her to see what would happen with the start of the school year. So when I register her, do I register her as an online student or an in person student? She is a Senior and would be able to be sure she took the appropriate precautions needed for in school learning.
When will office staff be up at the school. My daughter school registration is messed up.
Do we have a calendar coming soon or where to go look for it...this is Crowley ISD?! Thank you!
This is what I need to know
What do we do if we are new to the district and need to “register” but have no idea what school my child “pertains” to
Since we will be doing online. Should we still buy school supplies and if so what should we buy to align with the distance learning.
Since all students are doing classes online, what would the solution be if the internet goes out any time during those classes? Because attendance would be taken from online presence.
Here’s and idea: you have A day and B day. 9th grade and 11th (A) day meaning they go to school Monday and Wednesday. 10th grade and 12th grade go to school Tuesday and Thursday. Friday is clean the school day!
When you child is not attending school they will be online learning.
When in school students will have to wear mask.
Thank you.I think yall should close school all year.
Do you know how it will be about the student teachers?
Can we choose if we have a 4th grader persay to get printed assignments/handouts instead of online courses? My 3rd grader last year found it so difficult to navigate ALL the activities and programs and links that most the time didn't work....those changed weekly in each subject. And she would have to go into multiple programs for just 1 subject, and it would change the next week. We need consolidation and a fluid and synonymous way of instruction. It was all over the place, we did our best but now you have time to prepare for better.
Will teacher aids and other staff still get paid and be employed?
It’s funny how daycare is safe for kids but not school
How about school supplies?
Will there be any opportunities for substitute teachers since it will be all online instruction for now?
AISD so when school does start in September will online still be a option for parents or will we have to chose on-site at that time?
I just pray this online crap is better then last year or my kids will be counted absent till inperson classes start back because me and my husband both work full time and barely are surviving on that right now. I will not allow my kids to get stressed like they were at the end of last year that was bs
I am glad they made this decision but the pandemic doesn't have an end date everyone should plan for this order to be extended after the September 27th date in my opinion.
This is affecting every single family not just those who are complaining and asking individual questions that only pertain to your situation. When they have answers or information they are quick to get it out to parents. Thanks AISD for wanting to protect our children.
What are we going to do with children like mine who have disabilities, need ARDs and IEP updates, and can not do online learning, since y’all are going to be basing attendance off of minutes at the computer?
Me and my husband can’t be home with our child to make sure the log on. We both work full time and commute. How is this supposed to work and not put my child behind? I know everyone keeps saying it’s about keeping them safe but yet I can take them to a beach,restaurants, malls and even an airport. But schools not safe. I don’t know how this is going to work for my child. And he shouldn’t penalized.
Hello, as an RN, I understand the Covid situation, and I agree to push back the start day to back to school. However I don’t this the kids have benefits with online learning.
I don’t think the teachers do the good job last time. Mostly we parents do the teaching job, not the teacher.
My kids end up not doing good in school.
I think AISD should think carefully plan for the future of the kids
Thank you AISD for protecting my fellow educators and students.