Arlington ISD Hosts State Qualifying Robotics TournamentThe Arlington ISD will host a Boosting Engineering Science and Technology – or BEST – Robotics tournament on Oct. 22, as schools vie to qualify for the first-ever UIL Robotics: BEST Division state championship.
Arlington Police Receive Award For MAY ProgramThe idea of MAY was that of Lieutenant Tarrick McGuire as an opportunity to serve young African-American and Hispanic male students in the 7th and 8th grades.
Arlington ISD Leader Named Superintendent Of The YearThe head of the Arlington Independent School District has been named Superintendent of the Year by the the Texas Association of Scho
Principal Invites Parents To School After Student Arrested With Gun On CampusAn Arlington principal is inviting parents to the school this morning after a student was arrested for bringing a gun on campus Thursday.
Student Arrested For Allegedly Bringing Gun To School In ArlingtonPolice say the gun was in the student's backpack but no one was threatened with it.
Arlington ISD Adding 9 Minutes To School DaysStudents in Arlington are returning from winter break on Wednesday only to spend more time in the classroom each day. So, if your kids think that the days seem longer, it might not be in their heads.
Longer School Days Ahead For Arlington ISD StudentsThe school district is about to lengthen its school days by nine minutes, hoping to either provide a buffer in case weather-related school closures are needed or give everyone an early summer break.
Increased Security After Racist Threat At Boles Junior High Scrawled on a bathroom wall, a racist threat has Arlington ISD increasing security at Boles Junior High.
Arlington Police Investigating Twitter Threat To Shoot Up High SchoolArlington ISD says it is aware of a Twitter threat, which may be directed at one of its high schools.
Arlington Rollover Crash Sends 5 Teens To HospitalsThe car rolled into the backyard of a house.
‘Stranger Danger’ In Arlington After Violent Attempted KidnappingNeighbors in East Arlington are on edge as they wait for a breakthrough in an attempted kidnapping case. It happened Wednesday night on Gilbert Circle near Highway 360, and the target was a teenaged girl.
No Carbon Monoxide Detectors In Most North Texas SchoolsAccording to Texas law, schools are not required to have carbon monoxide monitors.