Berry Elementary Community Input

Community Delivers Input on the Future Design of Arlington ISD’s Berry Elementary Students, parents and teachers recently helped architects kickstart the design process for the future Berry Elementary School. They met with architects and Arlington ISD administrators via Zoom to discuss their desires for the new building. Demo-Day Approaches Berry Elementary opened in 1955, and…

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Arlington ISD Arts and Athletics Complex

A Closer Look Inside The New Arts And Athletics Facility  Windows are going in, sheetrock is going up and the pool’s frame is in place. Check out the construction progress of the future Arlington ISD Arts and Athletics Complex – which includes the Center for Visual and Performing Arts and the Athletics Center – in…

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Arlington ISD Natatorium

Arlington ISD Future Of Swimming Is Taking Shape There’s no water yet, but the big concrete hole in the ground is starting to look like a real pool. Construction crews positioned most of the side panels last week, giving shape to the Arlington ISD’s future swimming “home.” “We are very excited to see the Arlington…

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Arlington ISD Arts and Athletics Complex

The Future Of Arlington ISD’s Arts And Athletics Complex Is Coming Together   Check out this virtual tour of the future Arlington ISD Arts and Athletics Complex. Great progress is being made on the construction of the Center for Visual and Performing Arts Center and the Athletics Center. The buildings are now dried in, meaning…

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Pre-K getting boost from 2019 bond

New Registration For Full-Day Pre-K In The Arlington ISD Gets A New Look The 2020-2021 school year will bring a monumental change to Arlington ISD’s prekindergarten program. For the first time, the AISD will offer full-day Pre-K for 4-year-olds at nearly all elementary schools. Half-day Pre-K will still be offered for 3-year-olds. Registration opens Monday,…

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Arlington ISD Best Music Education Award

Arlington ISD Shines As The Best Community For Music Education  The closure of schools didn’t stop the inevitable from happening. Once again the Arlington ISD has been selected as one of the best districts for music education. For the 16th time in the last 17 years the district has been named as a “Best Community…

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Screentime tips

Arlington ISD Reminds You Stay Healthy Online Now that school is online, students are spending more time in front of screens than ever. But too much screen time, especially without breaks, can be unhealthy. Protect yourself from the dangers of too much screen time. Follow the tips below to stay healthy and perform at your…

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Arlington ISD Bench

2014 Bond Preserves Legacy of Arlington ISD Past While Upgrading For Future Alumni If you etched your name into a girls’ locker room bench at Arlington High School in the last 40 years, it’s probably still there. Thanks to a thoughtful Arlington ISD carpenter, recent renovations funded by the 2014 Bond included a little historical…

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Arlington ISD online student safety

Practicing Online Safety Should Still Be A Priority  Online safety has always been important for students. In fact, all students in grades K-12 in Arlington ISD receive dedicated yearly instruction on digital citizenship through their campus library programs. But now that schools are closed and students have to do almost all of their work online,…

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Arlington ISD Libraries Open Virtually

Arlington ISD Still Open And Serving Students Despite school closures due to COVID-19, Arlington ISD’s school libraries and Arlington’s city libraries are still serving students. “Libraries aren’t closed,” said Julie Moore, Arlington ISD library media services coordinator. “We are virtual.” Arlington ISD libraries include an array of online resources, including access to many e-books. “We…

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