Category: public schools

Gene and Jerry Jones Foundation Grants Graduation Ceremonies to Arlington ISD

May 13, 2020
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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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Arlington ISD launches free meal plan for COVID-19

Arlington ISD to Launch Student Meal Plan on Monday, March 16

March 15, 2020
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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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Arlington ISD to Host College and Career Expo

March 6, 2020
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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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Doris Miller World War II Superhero ARlington ISD

Doris Miller is a Superhero to five Arlington ISD Students

February 26, 2020
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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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