Arlington voters approved the $663.1 million bond on May 10, 2014. Proceeds of the bond are being used to build new facilities, upgrade and renovate existing facilities, address safety and security districtwide, upgrade technology infrastructure and equipment, provide fine arts equipment and address transportation.

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40 years of history preserved at Arlington High School Renovations preserve benches - and student signatures - in girls locker room

April 21, 2020
Preserved bench in AHS locker room

If you etched your name into a girls’ locker room bench at Arlington High School in the last 40 years, it’s probably still there. Thanks to a thoughtful Arlington ISD carpenter, recent renovations funded by the 2014 Bond included a little historical preservation. Instead of replacing the old benches in the girls’ locker room at Gym A,…

2014 Bond purchased devices students using during COVID-19 shutdown Students receiving iPads and Chromebooks for online learning

April 20, 2020
Device pickup at Blanton Elementary

When voters approved the Arlington ISD’s 2014 Bond more than five years ago, no one could have predicted the vital role it would play during the coronavirus pandemic. As the district moves to online learning while schools are closed for COVID-19, it is imperative that students have a device that connects to the internet. Thanks to the…

Watch AISD Arts and Athletics Complex construction progress Peek inside the future new facilities

March 12, 2020
Title graphic for construction update video of the AISD Arts and Athletics Complex

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 they’re getting close to getting the buildings dried in. Check out the construction highlight video below, which includes time-lapse photos,…

Phlebotomy instructor teaches students to draw blood, change lives Students learn skills in medicine and life at bond-funded Career + Tech Center

February 28, 2020
Phlebotomy student practices drawing blood from fellow student at the CTC

The legacy of African American Dr. Charles Drew is flourishing in the phlebotomy program at the Arlington ISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center thanks to teacher Mark Ingram. Drew, known as the “father of blood banks,” was a pioneer in blood and transfusion research and developed methods for collecting, preserving and processing blood plasma.…