Category: Bond News
Back in 2014, the Capital Needs Steering Committee (CNSC) worked to develop the program that would become the 2014 Bond. With about 40 members, including school district employees and volunteers from the community, the committee evaluated Arlington ISD’s capital needs and worked to come up with solutions. Two of the district’s volunteer staff members on…Read More about Capital Needs Steering Committee leaves incredible legacy.
Spaces matter. That’s the message Jamie MacDougall delivered to the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) when it met for its quarterly meeting on Wednesday at Crow Leadership Academy. The meeting included a tour of Crow and highlighted the improvements and additions funded by the 2019 Bond (read more). MacDougall was Crow’s principal until this month…Read More about Bond oversight committee tours Crow Leadership Academy.
The Dallas Business Journal’s 29th annual Best Real Estate Deals of 2020 recently named Arlington ISD’s Arts and Athletics Complex the winner for the Community/Neighborhood Impact category. “The Arlington ISD is honored and very grateful to have our new Arts and Athletics Complex recognized by the Dallas Business Journal,” said Kelly Horn, Arlington ISD assistant…Read More about Dallas Business Journal honors Arlington ISD’s Arts & Athletics Complex.
Check out this drone flyover video of the construction of Webb Elementary’s new school building! It’s still early in the construction process, but after months of groundwork, utility installation and preparation, large sections of the foundation are now being poured. The video was shot by Multivista for the construction manager Lee Lewis Inc. Webb is…Read More about Watch drone video of Webb Elementary construction.
The old Berry and Thornton elementary buildings have been leveled. The old buildings – Berry opened in 1955 and Thornton in 1956 – had seen better days, but their proud legacies will continue in what’s coming next. Once the debris from the demolition is cleared, a new Berry and a new Thornton will be built.…Read More about Berry and Thornton elementary schools demolished.
If you drive by Crow Leadership Academy, you might not immediately notice how much it has changed since last year. But if you turn in and loop around the school on the new driveway, you’ll see. First, you’ll see a kitchen addition, then a new parking lot, then a new classroom wing and finally a…Read More about Additions at Crow Leadership Academy Open.
Arlington ISD will host a public information meeting about the future Glaspie Field on Wednesday, Oct. 13, at 7 p.m., at Martin High School’s Little Theatre. The meeting will address parking, traffic, lighting, sound, and separation from the residential neighborhood (fencing). The future Michael Glaspie Field Athletic Complex is a Bond 2019 project that will…Read More about Public Information Meeting about Future Glaspie Field is Oct. 13.
Webb Elementary students are getting a new school right next door to their current building, and they have a front-row seat to watch the construction! “The students are very observant of the daily changes and progress as the days go by,” said Webb Principal Evelyn Navarro-Gaspar. And they’re excited, she said. But while the new…Read More about Students have front-row seat to construction of new school.
The 2019 Bond – and all the great things it is doing for our students – is entirely thanks to the support of this community. So, we want the community to know how the district is spending the $966 million you entrusted us with. That’s why we have our Bond 2019 website, weekly bond updates…Read More about Citizens Bond Oversight Committee holds first meeting.
Ask David Lewis, the director of Arlington ISD’s food and nutrition services, what he likes best about the newly renovated food and nutrition services building, and it might not be a quick conversation. He has a whole list. That’s because the improvements to the district’s food headquarters on Arkansas Lane, funded by the 2019 Bond,…Read More about Food and Nutrition Services building renovations complete.