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‘Cool’ Relief of Arlington ISD Multi-Purpose Facilities Nears

‘Cool’ Relief of Arlington ISD Multi-Purpose Facilities Nears

As the school year approaches, the “cool” relief of Arlington ISD multi-purpose facilities nears. ‘Two-a-days’ in Texas are a must for many athletes and those involved in marching band, but some districts have offered a bit of relief for those who have to hit the field in the form of indoor practice facilities. Arlington ISD […]


Bond Changes Doing Well for Arlington ISD

Bond Changes Doing Well for Arlington ISD

Kindergarten is all about new and exciting challenges — learning to follow directions, navigating a big school and making friends. Students in the Arlington school district’s new dual-language/fine arts academies have even more to get used to, but parents, teachers and administrators say they are already rising to the task. At Jones and Corey academies, […]


Arlington ISD 2014 Bond Update

Arlington ISD 2014 Bond Update

Last fall, the Arlington Independent School District did a great deal of planning work to implement the facilities portion of phases one and two of the Arlington ISD 2014 bond program.  These phases include deficiencies and life cycle improvements at 25 campuses, the Workman classroom addition, repurposing Corey and Roquemore elementaries into Dual Language/Fine Arts […]


2014 Bond Package for Arlington Schools

2014 Bond Package for Arlington Schools

  Voters approved the $663.1 million bond election on May 10, 2014. Proceeds of the 2014 bond package for Arlington schools will be used to build new facilities, upgrade and renovate existing facilities, address safety and security districtwide, upgrade technology infrastructure and equipment, provide fine arts equipment, and address transportation. Facilities – Districtwide career and technical […]


Bond Proposal for Arlington ISD

On September 5, 2013, The Arlington ISD Board of Trustees appointed a Capital Needs Steering Committee made up of 38 members and 6 alternates.  The makeup of the committee included students, parents, teachers and community leaders from across the School District. It was charged with providing recommendations to the Board of Trustees for prioritized facility […]


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