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Five Reasons to Transfer to Arlington ISD

March 7, 2022
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It’s time to circle your calendars for Tuesday, March 29, at 9 a.m. That’s the day that students can transfer in Arlington ISD for the 2022-23 school year and set themselves up for a future of success. This special transfer window is when students are considered on a first-come, first-served basis where space is available.…

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Register to attend the College & Career Expo on March 8!

March 4, 2022
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Parents, students and community members, don’t forget to register to attend the annual College and Career Expo. The event is taking place on March 8 at the Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center (CTC) from 5:30-8 p.m. Although Arlington ISD students in grades 9-12 will attend a portion of the College and Career Expo in…

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Black History Month Kicks Off in Arlington ISD

February 2, 2022
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February is a special month because it is dedicated to honoring the sacrifices and achievements of African Americans throughout history. Black History Month celebrates the rich cultural heritage and victories that have shaped the nation.  Schools across the Arlington ISD are finding ways to recognize the month, including wellness fairs, hallway decorating contests, trivia competitions…

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College & Career Expo is March 8!

January 31, 2022
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College & Career Expo  It is that time of year again to register for Arlington ISD’s annual College & Career Expo. Our community is invited to attend the Expo on March 8, 2022, from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center. Arlington ISD students in grades 9-12 will also have the opportunity to attend a portion of the College and Career Expo in their classes during the school day.  In addition to…

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AVID

December 13, 2021

Department Navigation Links Academic Contests Academic Decathlon Advanced Placement (AP) College Testing Dual Credit Gifted and Talented Gifted and Talented Identification Gifted and Talented Services Family Resources International Baccalaureate (IB) Advanced Academics Staff AVID Contact Information Department Contacts Contacts Department Contact: Dr. Karen Zeske Director (682) 867-7303 kzeske@aisd.net What is AVID? AVID is a school-wide…

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Dallas Business Journal honors Arlington ISD’s Arts & Athletics Complex

October 22, 2021
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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…

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Community-based pre-K offers full-day childcare

July 29, 2021
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Arlington ISD’s community-based pre-K program for three-year-olds is the perfect solution for working parents who want their kids to get started on their educational journey but also need full-day childcare. Arlington ISD’s community-based pre-K is a half-day pre-K program for three-year-olds located in six area childcare centers. By enrolling in pre-K at the childcare center,…

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Guidance and Counseling Team

July 8, 2021

Department Navigation Links Meet Our Team Care Clinic Referral Form Counselor Connection Culture of Care District Intervention Specialist Program Dropout Prevention Financial Aid Information (FAFSA / TAFSA) Guidance Curriculum RESOURCES Parent & Student Resources Staff Resources Scholarships Social and Emotional Learning Student Outreach Services Department Contacts Department Contact: Telisa Brown Director (682) 867-7534 Email Us…

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Ty Nsekhe, now Dallas Cowboy hosts fourth annual youth football camp

June 29, 2021
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Saturday morning, 10-year-old Brayson Barnard desperately tried to catch a football thrown by Attauyo “Ty” Nsekhe, the new Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman. No, Barnard, of Tolar, wasn’t still in bed, dreaming. The two were inside Bowie High School’s Multipurpose activity center, where Nsekhe was hosting a football camp. And another youth participant kept intercepting the…

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