5 Ways to Volunteer in the Arlington ISD Book buddies and classroom helpers apply now

November 13, 2019
Arlington ISD five ways to volunteer

In the Arlington ISD, we believe our success depends on an engaged community. That’s where our volunteers come in. For an hour a week to a few hours a day, you can make a difference on our campuses by giving any amount of time you have available! Here are a few out-of-the-ordinary ways you can…

Arlington College and Career High School Accepting Applications College credit and workforce certifications available in Arlington ISDs newest high school

November 13, 2019
Arlington ISD College and Career High School

Award-winning teacher Jared Cole could have a life as a salesman if he ever decides to leave Arlington College and Career High School. When asked to best sum up the reason to go to Arlington’s newest school, his answer was a best seller. “The preparedness for college,” said Cole, who came to ACCHS from Arlington…

Topping out ceremony celebrates construction progress of Fine Arts Center and Athletics Complex Both facilities scheduled to open in fall 2020

November 7, 2019
Dr. Cavazos and others sign final beam at Fine Arts Center/Athletics Complex topping out ceremony

Nov. 7, 2019 – A topping out ceremony at the Arlington ISD’s future Fine Arts Center and Athletics Complex yesterday celebrated construction progress and a good safety record for all workers. Senior administrators from AISD joined leaders from architect HKS and construction manager Adolfson & Peterson Construction, along with the entire work crew, for lunch…

Bailey Junior High Wins Award from Texas Whole Child Arlington ISD School recognized for healthy, safe and engaged students

November 7, 2019
Bailey Junior High Wins Award

Bailey Junior High was honored with the 2019 Texas Whole Child Aspiring School Award in late October during the Texas Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Annual Conference in Irving. The school received a $2,500 grant for earning the award. Bailey earned the award by ensuring a healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged learning environment…

ARLINGTON VOTERS APPROVE $966 MILLION BOND PROPOSAL FROM ARLINGTON ISD District to implement new plan over five-year period

November 6, 2019
fall sports media day at arlington isd

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.…

Red Ribbon Week Symbolizes a Drug-Free Culture at Arlington ISD Students Don Favorite Jerseys to Defeat Drug Use

November 1, 2019

Red Ribbon Week is huge throughout the Arlington ISD. Schools throughout the district have been doing everything this week from wearing their favorite jerseys to defeat drug use to being superheroes against drugs as part of the national campaign for students to live healthy, drug-free lives The AISD plays a big role in that thanks…