Category: Capital Needs Steering Committee
Humble Beginnings For nearly two months while a fifth-grader at Roquemore Elementary, home for Imani Mogaka was the back seat of a 2010 Kia Spectra. Few knew. She would arrive at school as always – neatly dressed with homework at the ready – having washed up at the nearest gas station or a hospital restroom…Read More about Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year Ready for Senior Campaign.
Arlington ISD “holds budget process to a very high standard” The Arlington ISD has been honored with a Meritorious Budget Award (MBA) for its excellence in budget presentation for the 2020-21 school year. The award was given by the Association of School Business Officials International. Participants submit applications and budget documents to a panel of…Read More about Arlington ISD earns Meritorious Budget Award.
Nov. 5, 2019 – Voters approved the Arlington ISD’s $966 million bond proposal on Nov. 5, 2019. “On behalf of the Arlington ISD, I want to thank our community for voting in support of this bond package,” said Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos. “Thank you for your continuing commitment to our students and faculty.…Read More about ARLINGTON VOTERS APPROVE $966 MILLION BOND PROPOSAL FROM ARLINGTON ISD.
June 27, 2019 – A new bond program was proposed to the AISD Board of Trustees by AISD administration and the Capital Needs Steering Committee at the Board of Trustees meeting June 25. See the PowerPoint presentation and watch the meeting. The Board of Trustees appointed 37 individuals to serve on a Capital Needs Steering…Read More about CNSC makes bond recommendation to the Board of Trustees.
June 12, 2019 – The Capital Needs Steering Committee met for the final time Monday evening before it presents to the Arlington ISD Board of Trustees on June 25. The committee has been meeting since January to help the AISD develop a new bond program. AISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos opened the evening by thanking…Read More about Capital Needs Steering Committee meets for the final time, will present recommendation to the Board.
May 15, 2019 – The Capital Needs Steering Committee (CNSC) met last night as it moves closer to making a recommendation for a new bond program. One more meeting is planned before the committee makes its final report to the AISD Board of Trustees in June. In this meeting, subcommittee recommendations for the future bond…Read More about Capital Needs Steering Committee moves closer to recommending a new bond program.
The Arlington ISD needs your input. A new bond program is currently being developed to address facilities, fine arts programs, transportation, technology and security needs. Please help the district prioritize needs and make plans by taking this survey by April 21. Capital Needs Survey | Encuesta Española Please note, this is not the same survey that was…Read More about Take online survey and help the AISD plan its next bond program.
April 3, 2019 – The Capital Needs Steering Committee (CNSC) met for its fourth meeting last night as it helps the Arlington ISD make plans for a future bond program. Planning for a future bond program has been a long process, including thorough capital needs assessments, community dialogues and the CNSC meetings. At this point…Read More about Capital Needs Steering Committee meets, begins prioritizing new bond program options.
Help the AISD plan for 2020-2025! The Arlington ISD is considering a bond program to address facilities, fine arts programs, transportation, technology and security needs across the district. Please come to one of our community meetings to provide your input and help the AISD prioritize options to address our identified capital needs. TUESDAY, APRIL 9 • 5:30-7:30…Read More about AISD to hold community meetings April 9 and 10.
March 20, 2019 – The Capital Needs Steering Committee met last night at the AISD Professional Development Center to continue reviewing and prioritizing the AISD’s capital needs. The committee first received a presentation from a member of the AISD’s Financial Futures Committee (FFC). The presentation reviewed the district’s financial status, its sources of revenue and its…Read More about Capital Needs Steering Committee meets, reviews district finances and capital needs.