Category: Return to School Information
Safety Protocols for Going Back to School We’re heading back to school in the Arlington ISD Monday for in-person instruction. We want you to stay healthy, so here are the safety protocols you need to Know Before You Go. 1. Daily health screening Before you leave for school, you or your parent needs to complete…Read More about Know Before You Go: Safety Tips.
Know Before You Go – School Day Edition Monday is a big day as many students in the Arlington ISD head to classes for the first time since March. We’ve been prepping you for what to expect, but we also wanted to show you. That’s why we put together this video to give students and…Read More about Video: Know Before You Go – What School will Look Like.
Ticket and Parking Information Arlington ISD varsity football games begin Thursday, and there are some things you need to know before you head out to root your teams on. Find all schedules here. Games at Globe Life Park With all six Arlington ISD football teams playing games at Globe Life Park this season, fans need…Read More about Arlington ISD Football Games Start Thursday.
Get first look at the new P-TECH at Bowie Thursday night will be a big one for the Arlington ISD as students and families will get a first look and get to explore our newest specialized program, the new P-TECH High School at Bowie High School that is slated to open in the fall of…Read More about Explore Specialized Programs Available at Arlington ISD this Thursday.
5 Tips to Know Before Before You Go We’re heading back to school in the Arlington ISD Monday for in-person instruction using a hybrid model through Oct. 9. We want you to “Know Before You Go” for a successful transition. 1. It’s not going to look the same The cafeterias will not be full when…Read More about 5 Tips to Know Before You Go: Food Services Edition.
5 Tips to Get Ready to Return to School We’re heading back to school in the Arlington ISD Sept. 28 for in-person using a hybrid model through Oct. 9. And we want you to “Know Before You Go” for a successful transition. So here are 5 tips: 1. Come prepared Just like those students who…Read More about 5 Tips to Know Before You Go: Technology Edition.
Twitter to Help Arlington Teachers #Connect2Engage With the Arlington ISD getting closer to in-person instruction for all elementary and junior high students who want to come to class, the district’s professional learning department has put an emphasis on teachers sharing their great ideas with one another through social media. High school students will follow a…Read More about Twitter to Help Arlington ISD Teachers Connect to Engage.
Hello Xello! The Xello app is coming so all Arlington ISD students who have eyes on their future should circle their calendars for Oct. 2. That’s Student Access Day for Xello, the new online program for the Arlington ISD that will help students prepare for college and career success. On Oct. 2, the district wants…Read More about New Xello App Helps Students Plan their Future.
The Arlington ISD is shifting its sell of athletic event tickets to school sporting events for the 2020-21 school year to online only. Tickets for all varsity and non-varsity games will only be sold through Ticket Spicket. There will be no cash ticket sales at any Arlington ISD sporting event this school year. “We really…Read More about Athletic event tickets online by Arlington ISD.
Construction at Gunn Junior High Will Impact Future Learners Most schools are quiet right now as students started the school year learning online from home. But not Gunn Junior High. It was even louder than a normal first week of school with demolition, renovation and new construction – plus instructional development – all going on…Read More about Construction Impacts All of Gunn Junior High.