Last updated: October 14, 2018
The parents, students, and staff at Arnold Middle School, working together as a team with the community, are committed to providing opportunities that will allow the educational, physical, social, and moral development of each individual student.
To honor our commitment, this team will maintain a supportive and respectful environment that encourages students to develop to their fullest potential as responsible, productive citizens.
The mission statement is based upon the belief that all students can learn and that this team can make a difference in the lives of students in a dynamic, changing world.
Band, Choir 6, Orchestra, Theatre Arts 6 or a 2-part rotation of Art, Music & Theatre Arts
Art, Advanced Art, Art Design, Band, Choir, Orchestra, Theatre Arts, Spanish I*, Spanish IA*, Spanish IB*, Spanish for Native Speakers II/IIIK*, French I*, Yearbook, Touch System Data Entry*, Exploring Foods and Fabrics, and Principles of Applied Engineering*
Art, Art I*, Advanced Art, Art Design, Band, Choir, Orchestra, Theatre Arts, Spanish I*, Spanish IB*, Spanish II*, Spanish for Native Speakers II/IIIK*, Spanish for Native Speakers IVAP*, French I*, French II*, Yearbook, Touch Systems Data Entry*, Business Information Management I*, Principles of Human Services*, Principles of Hospitality/Tourism*, Exploring Foods and Fabrics, and Principles of Manufacturing
*High School credit will be awarded for the courses indicated. Students must qualify before enrolling.
1451 students as of September 17, 2018
Mary and Forrest Arnold contributed a total of 84 years to Cypress-Fairbanks ISD. Mr. Arnold was hired in 1937 as the principal at Rural High School #5. At the time of his death in 1974, Mr. Arnold was the district's Director of Vocational Education. Mrs. Arnold began teaching at Rural High School #5 in 1935 as one of seven teachers. She taught all subjects during her tenure with the District. The Arnolds both worked at Cypress-Fairbanks High School after the consolidation of the Cypress and Fairbanks school systems in 1939. Mrs. Arnold retired in 1981.
Partnerships with the community are vital in order to strengthen instructional outcomes for all students. We would like you to develop a collaborative relationship with us that will foster long-term student achievement ... one that offers opportunities for all students ... making a difference together.
For more information, please contact Kimberly Williams at 281-897-4704.