Arlington ISD prepares for in person and online instruction this fall

In a letter to parents and guardians today, Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos shared what the Arlington ISD knows so far about how students and teachers will return to class this fall. Here is his letter:

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Last week I promised you an update regarding our Return to School plan based on guidance expected from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) on Tuesday. Unfortunately, the TEA wasn’t ready to release the guidance but I still want to share what we do know right now about this fall.

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Transfer to the Arlington ISD where Our Results are Real

Transfer to the Arlington ISD Where Results are Real  If you’re looking for proof of how quickly the Arlington ISD can produce first-class results for students just look at how the district responded during the COVID-19 pandemic. The district got real results and you will too when you transfer to the Arlington ISD. Serving Students,…

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5 ways to explore the world from home

From the Countryside to Depths of the Ocean, Explore the World From Home You won’t need a signed permission slip or bus ride for these 5 Ways to Explore the World because you won’t even be leaving your home. Finish up your schoolwork via the At-Home Learning Hub and then log on, dive in and…

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5 ways to explore the world from home

Take A Trip Back In Time And Explore The World From Home We’re going back in time this week with Five Ways to Explore the World Without Leaving Home: History Edition. Complete your school work via the At-Home Learning Hub and then travel back in time, discovering important moments and places in United States history.…

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Art project for Mother's Day

Swift Elementary Art Teacher Roxanne McKee Shows Us How To Make The Perfect Mother’s Day Gift What would Mother’s Day be like without your student bringing home something homemade from school for mom? Well, thanks to Swift Elementary art teacher Roxanne McKee, you won’t have to worry about that even though Arlington ISD campuses are…

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5 ways to explore the world from home

Arlington ISD returns with more ways to explore the great outdoors from your home We’re taking trips to the great outdoors with this edition of 5 Ways to Explore the World Without Leaving Home. So swap out the books from your backpack after you’ve finished your Arlington ISD At-Home Learning Hub assignments and load it…

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5 ways to explore the world from home

Go From Your Backyard To Space With Books  Reading books often takes you to far off places and on adventures you can only imagine. Exploring the World Without Leaving Home can be easy with books – so finish your work through the Arlington ISD At-Home Learning Hub then join us while we Explore: Book edition.…

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makerspace activities

Float Away By Celebrating National Library Week  It’s National Library Week and we’re celebrating by giving you makerspace activities you can do at home. Today, and for the next four weeks, Arlington ISD librarians will give you tech-y or crafty project ideas you can do anywhere you are. The theme for National Library Week 2020,…

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Arlington ISD schools remain closed

Arlington ISD Announces School Closures For The 2019-2020 School Year The Arlington ISD will move forward with its robust At-Home Learning Hub in the wake of the news that Governor Greg Abbott ordered all public schools to remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. “While the news wasn’t unexpected, it’s still not…

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Arlington ISD Workout Wednesday

Workout Wednesday Returns With Another Body-Moving Episode During COVID-19 Shutdown   Workout Wednesdays began with Duff Elementary teacher Matt Bostick moving you around with four all-body exercises. In Week 2, Bostick introduced you to the burpee, an exercise some of you may not want to see again. In this episode of Workout Wednesday, Bostick is…

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