Know Before You Go: What School Will Look Like and what to expect

Know Before You Go – School Day Edition Monday is a big day as many students in the Arlington ISD head to classes for the first time since March. We’ve been prepping you for what to expect, but we also wanted to show you. That’s why we put together this video to give students and…

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Know before you go: Food Services and Meals

5 Tips to Know Before Before You Go  We’re heading back to school in the Arlington ISD Monday for in-person instruction using a hybrid model through Oct. 9. We want you to “Know Before You Go” for a successful transition. 1. It’s not going to look the same The cafeterias will not be full when…

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Know Before You Go Technology

5 Tips to Get Ready to Return to School  We’re heading back to school in the Arlington ISD Sept. 28 for in-person using a hybrid model through Oct. 9. And we want you to “Know Before You Go” for a successful transition.  1. Come prepared Just like those students who are learning virtually, you’ll need…

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Pre-K Online

Five Reasons Online Pre-K is Worth it Pre-K is the beginning of a child’s educational journey. It’s about getting children ready for kindergarten through purposeful play, fun songs, hands-on exploration and interaction with others. It’s about inspiring curiosity and building confidence. But can all that happen if Pre-K is online? Is online Pre-K even worth…

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3 tips to have a great first day

Dr. Marcelo Cavazos’ 3 Tips for the First Day of School Monday marks the first day of school for the Arlington ISD, and we decided to go straight to the top to give you tips for the best ways to prepare for the 2020-21 school year. Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos put together his top three…

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device distribution

Getting Students Devices a Priority for Arlington ISD Device distribution is a daunting task getting technology into the hands of students who need it for an Arlington ISD that has nearly 60,000 students. In the spring, the district showed it was up for the task by distributing more than 24,000 technology devices. With school starting…

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State of the District

Arlington ISD’s State of the District to be Held August 7  The Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce will host the tenth annual Arlington ISD State of the District address featuring Dr. Marcelo Cavazos this Friday, August 7. Because of COVID-19 this year’s event will be held live on the Chamber of Commerce Facebook page. In…

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first-year teacher inspiration

Arlington ISD First-Year Teachers Share Their Synergy Experience With school out for the summer, Arlington ISD’s first-year teachers are getting a chance to reflect on their rookie year in the district. After a year filled with highs and lows (like a pandemic!) – the “first-year” tag is coming off. “We could not be prouder of…

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Arlington ISD Return to School

Arlington ISD to Remain Virtual Until September 28th. 2020 JOINT CONTROL ORDER OF THE LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES FOR TARRANT COUNTY, THE CITY OF ARLINGTON, AND THE CITY OF BURLESON REGARDING PUBLIC AND NON-RELIGIOUS PRIVATE SCHOOLS

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Arlington ISD Changes student meal plan due to COVID 19

The Honorable Greg Abbott, Governor State of Texas 1100 San Jacinto Blvd Austin, TX 78701 July 16, 2020 Dear Governor Abbott: On behalf of the Board of Trustees and the Arlington ISD, we thank you for your leadership throughout the global COVID-19 health crisis. The comments you made Tuesday that local districts need flexibility to…

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