Arlington ISD hands out technology to support online learning

When voters approved the Arlington ISD’s 2014 Bond more than five years ago, no one could have predicted the vital role it would play during the coronavirus pandemic. As the district moves to online learning while schools are closed for COVID-19, it is imperative that students have a device that connects to the internet. Thanks…

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Arlington ISD launches free meal plan for COVID-19

The health and welfare of Arlington ISD students is a primary concern, and the district has taken measures to make sure all students will be fed during the school closure due to COVID-19. Beginning Monday, March 16, the Arlington ISD will operate 23 distribution locations to accommodate students who need meals. Each weekday during the…

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Homebound Teachers Help Arlington ISD students succees

Students in the most unfortunate of situations in the Arlington ISD are lucky because they’re in the most caring of hands. That’s the case for students who are part of the Homebound program, which is for students from pre-K through 18 PLUSS who will miss at least four consecutive weeks or four weeks in a…

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UPDATED March 16, 2020: Due to the Arlington ISD’s closure because of COVID-19 and an attempt to slow the spread of Coronavirus, the upcoming College and Career Expo – scheduled for Tuesday, March 24 – is canceled. We are looking forward to continuing our partnership with InspirED and United Way of Tarrant County for a…

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Arlington ISD students get on the Genghis Grill menu

Culinary students from the Arlington ISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center have a new menu item at Genghis Grill, proving they continue to lead the way when it comes to knowing what kids want to eat. A year after a trio of CTC students had a menu item on the menu at Cotton Patch…

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Doris Miller World War II Superhero ARlington ISD

The five Stansberry students in the Arlington ISD are related to a superhero. Not the comic-book type either, but a real-life superhero. Their great-great-great uncle is Doris Miller. Who is Doris Miller? Just Google his name, and you’ll understand why the Stansberrys are proud relatives of someone they’ve never met but heard stories about. “He…

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Arlington ISD Students celebrate national FFA Week

The spotlight is on FFA as National FFA Week kicks off Saturday and runs through Feb. 29. But if you ask any of the 215 Arlington ISD students who are active members of the FFA, they would tell you there’s a lot more to FFA than a week. For many of them their commitment to…

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globe life field uses Arlington ISD students to flush out issues at new ballpark

When Globe Life Field opens next month you can flush knowing there will be no issues. More than 300 students from Arlington ISD’s Dan Dipert Career & Technical Center saw to that Tuesday. The students participated in the Super Flush, one of the final tests for the new facility that is now 94 percent complete.…

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Arlington ISD has openings for students to learn their curriculum in French-English or Spanish-English at the Wimbish World Language Academy

Spots are open now for kids with a passion for language at Arlington ISD’s Wimbish World Language Academy – the first school of its kind in the district. Applications for limited openings are being accepted until Feb. 21 for the 2020-21 school year for Pre-K-2nd grades. This school is ideal for students with a love for Spanish…

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George P. Bush visits Martin High School in the Arlington ISD

Students in Martin High School teacher Trey Benedict’s AP macroeconomics class came into Monday expecting to take a quiz but instead, they got a lecture from an unlikely teacher. Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush lectured and talked to them about Texas energy resources and answered questions about everything from the viability of offshore oil…

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