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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AISD TV Logo

A Bittersweet End To The 2019-2020 School Year Shared In The Final AISD-TV Episode  Our final AISD-TV News for the 2019-20 school year is a big one. Key Elementary was just of 55 elementary schools that participated in a sixth-grade clapout to honor the Arlington ISD students heading to junior high. Ousley Junior High student…

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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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Student meal plan

Student Meal Plan Has Distributed Over One Million Meals To Arlington ISD Students & Their Families The Arlington ISD student meal plan, which started March 16, surpassed the one-million meal mark last week. The student meals assure than anyone 18-and-under can get 12 meals a week during the school closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.…

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Arlington ISD classes of 2020 to graduate at AT&T Stadium  When the Arlington ISD announced it would hold its 2020 graduation ceremonies at UT Arlington’s College Park Center last week, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) had not issued graduation procedures. Upon learning that ceremonies couldn’t be held indoors, the district immediately began working on a new graduation strategy with…

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5 ways to help from home

Arlington ISD Gives You 5 Ways You Can Help Others During Quarantine  Students throughout the district are finding great ways to help from home during the school closure like the AVID and National Junior Honor Society students from Boles Junior High did by sending cards to senior centers and writing positive messages on sidewalks. You…

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12 Arlington ISD Students Names TCU Community Scholars

Sam Houston’s record 13 TCU Community Scholars find a reason to celebrate amid uncertainty Not getting to experience the traditional surprise-style announcement doesn’t mean this year’s TCU Community Scholars from Sam Houston High School aren’t going to remember their big moment. Instead of being in an auditorium full of cheering classmates, music and balloons, Anderson…

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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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5 ways to explore the world from home

Arlington ISD is back with 5 Ways to Explore the World from Home We’re going a little animal crazy with this edition of 5 Ways to Explore the World Without Leaving Home. So when you’ve finished your daily work via the Arlington ISD At-Home Learning Hub, settle in and explore these animal-related adventures. Georgia Aquarium…

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Arlington ISD Workout Wednesday

Arlington ISD’s Matt Bostick and Anthony Andro Get You Moving with Workout Wednesday In Episode 1 of Workout Wednesdays, Duff Elementary physical education teacher Matt Bostick focused on four exercises that had people moving all around. Episode 2 has one focus: the burpee. Just the name can strike fear into some as the exercise works…

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