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We’re one week into the new school year, and Arlington ISD is in full swing with academics, athletics, fine arts and specialized programs to meet the needs and interests of every student. Are you ready for your child to jump into the school year but haven’t been able to get them registered yet? Don’t worry.…Read More about Arlington ISD’s Operation Registration Launches Today.
40 workshops with district departments The Arlington ISD’s parent and community engagement (PACE) department is peeling back the curtain to the district for everyone starting on Feb. 1. On Feb. 1-4 and Feb. 8-11, the department hosts the Family Support Huddles, a program that will put district families face-to-face virtually for meetings with departments from…Read More about Family Support Huddles launch Feb. 1.
Students learn Spanish, Mandarin, piano, dance and more Avery B. isn’t your typical fifth grader. Well, she isn’t typical unless your child is a student at Corey Academy of Fine Arts and Dual Language or Jones Academy of Fine Arts and Dual Language. If that’s the case, then the Corey fifth grader is a lot…Read More about Corey and Jones academies immerse students in arts and language.
‘There is so much money out there’ for students College is just around the corner for many high school seniors, and it’s really not too far off for juniors either. Arlington ISD and the Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce want to make sure these students are ready and can get as many scholarships as possible.…Read More about Arlington ISD and Chamber of Commerce host scholarship websites.
CVPA is final 2014 Bond project The Arlington ISD’s new Center for Visual and Performing Arts welcomed students for the first time last week. “It has been a long time coming, but the day is finally here,” said Dr. Christopher Anderson, Arlington ISD director of fine arts. “Students entered the facility, wide-eyed and speechless, for…Read More about New Center for Visual and Performing Arts opens for students.
If you’ve noticed some interesting fashion choices throughout the Arlington ISD this week, it’s okay. That’s because the district, like many across the United States, is celebrating Red Ribbon Week. The week is designed to build awareness for heathy, drug free youth. The national theme for 2020 is Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free.…Read More about Red Ribbon Week Underway in Arlington ISD.
GM donation will help keep students and staff safe GM Financial donated 50,000 masks to the Arlington ISD that will be distributed throughout the district. “As a Fort Worth-based company with a large operation in Arlington and nearly 5,000 employees in the Metroplex, GM Financial has a long-standing commitment to supporting the health and welfare…Read More about GM Financial donates 50,000 masks to Arlington ISD.
Free Dental Services, Food distribution Oct. 24 Thanks to our wonderful community partners, we have two great resources to announce: free dental services for students each Friday and free food distribution for families this Saturday. Free dental services Dental Health Arlington SMILES program is unable to go into schools this year because of Covid-19, but…Read More about Community Resources Available.
Swim coaches share their excitement as new Natatorium Opens in Arlington The coaches might be more excited than the student athletes. The Arlington ISD’s first-ever district pool, housed in the new Arlington ISD Athletics Center, finally opened last week for student swimmers – and their coaches. Now, the huge state-of-the-art pool is filled daily with…Read More about New Arlington ISD natatorium open.
Free academies focus on language, fine arts, leadership and STEM Don’t wait to fill out your child’s application for one of the outstanding Arlington ISD elementary specialized programs as the application window for the 2021-22 school year closes this Friday, Oct. 16, at 5 p.m. This is your opportunity for your child to have a…Read More about Elementary specialized program applications due Friday, Oct. 16.