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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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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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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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 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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5 ways to explore the world from home

Arlington ISD Has Ways You Can See The World Virtually Are you ready to continue exploring the world without even leaving home? We’re back with a local edition of fun sites to check out after you’ve finished your daily work via the Arlington ISD At-Home Learning Hub. Explore away! River Legacy Park and River Legacy…

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Arlington ISD Workout Wednesday

Arlington ISD Kicks Off Workout Wednesday To Teach Kids How To Stay Fit At Home     The new At-Home Learning Hub provides Arlington ISD students an opportunity to engage in learning activities during the school closure and work their minds. But what about their bodies? That’s covered, too, thanks to Workout Wednesdays featuring Duff…

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5 ways to explore the world from home

Five MORE Ways to Explore the World Without Leaving Home We’re back with more fun activities to do once you’ve finished your daily work via the Arlington ISD’s At-Home Learning Hub! There’s so much to explore right from your fingertips. So,sit back and log in for Five MORE Ways to Explore the World Without Leaving…

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Arlington teachers using technology

Cool instead of crazy. That’s the way Crow Leadership Academy principal Jamie MacDougall described the feelings students have when they get online for video calls with their teachers. It makes sense. With schools in the Arlington ISD closed for now, social distancing the norm and Tarrant County under a Stay Home, Work Safe order, some…

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