Aldine ISD

Aldine ISD This is the official page for Aldine ISD. Please review our social media guidelines: https://bit.ly/3i0519w Aldine Independent School District serves over 67,000 students and is located in Houston, Texas.

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Joshua Ramirez, Nimitz Senior High School art student, is smiling ear to ear under his mask because he is holding his Gr...
01/30/2021

Joshua Ramirez, Nimitz Senior High School art student, is smiling ear to ear under his mask because he is holding his Grand Champion Rodeo artwork before the 62 annual Aldine ISD Sale of Champions. Help us congratulate Joshua and the many other FFA and Rodeo Art students in the comments. You can watch the live broadcast tonight on YouTube starting at 7 p.m. https://youtu.be/RHcLtgZu5tg

Delana Temple from Nimitz Senior High School FFA is spending time with her Grand Champion Steer before the 62 annual Ald...
01/30/2021

Delana Temple from Nimitz Senior High School FFA is spending time with her Grand Champion Steer before the 62 annual Aldine ISD Sale of Champions. Help us congratulate Delana and the many other FFA and Rodeo Art students in the comments. You can watch the live broadcast tonight on YouTube starting at 7 p.m. https://youtu.be/RHcLtgZu5tg

Aldine ISD families with girls in 5th and 6th grade are invited to learn more about Aldine ISD's newest choice school. J...
01/29/2021

Aldine ISD families with girls in 5th and 6th grade are invited to learn more about Aldine ISD's newest choice school. Join principal Dr. Jericah Jackson for a virtual information session to learn more about Aldine Young Women's Leadership Academy.

Follow the link to access the virtual information sessions:
- Saturday, January 30 at 10:00 a.m.
- Wednesday, February 3 at 5:30 p.m.
- Saturday, February 6 at 10:00 a.m.
- Tuesday, February 9 at 5:30 p.m.
- Saturday, February 13 at 10:00 a.m.

Learn more on our district website: http://ow.ly/xxX150Dmpaa

Thank you to our Aldine ISD Child Nutrition staff for preparing weekend meal bundles for our students. Parents don't for...
01/28/2021

Thank you to our Aldine ISD Child Nutrition staff for preparing weekend meal bundles for our students. Parents don't forget, tomorrow is a Remote Learning Day for all Aldine ISD students.

Remote Learning Days are set aside for all students to learn from home while all campus-based staff will report to school. All students should log in to Schoology and revisit pre-recorded lessons and previously posted assignments. It is a perfect opportunity for students to catch up on any missing assignments and review any lessons they may have missed or need additional time to complete. https://bit.ly/3r6Xr0d

World Read Aloud Day is almost here! We are excited to continue promoting the love of reading and the importance of earl...
01/28/2021

World Read Aloud Day is almost here! We are excited to continue promoting the love of reading and the importance of early literacy. Visit your child’s school website or contact school library to learn how you can join World Read Aloud celebrations online: http://ow.ly/uigb50Dldqc

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Mr. Steve Mead, Aldine ISD Board Mem...
01/27/2021

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Mr. Steve Mead, Aldine ISD Board Member.

Mr. Mead was elected to the board in May 2004. Mr. Mead is a graduate of Aldine Senior High School and has lived and worked in the MacArthur community for more than 50 years. He is the owner of Component Sales and Service, a geotechnical lab equipment company, which is located in the Aldine community. Mr. Mead has been active in a number of civic organizations, serving on the boards of Aldine YOUTH, the Aldine Noon Optimist Club, the Aldine Scholarship Foundation and the Aldine Improvement District.

Thank you Mr. Mead for your service and commitment to Aldine ISD. Happy Board Appreciation Month!

Aldine ISD choir students Shonease Murphy from MacArthur High School and Victoria Cerda from Eisenhower High School have...
01/27/2021

Aldine ISD choir students Shonease Murphy from MacArthur High School and Victoria Cerda from Eisenhower High School have been named Texas All-State Musicians by the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA). All-State is the highest honor a Texas music student can receive. Help us congratulate them! Read More: http://ow.ly/PdEI50DjSlI

Congrats to the 2020-2021 Principal of the Year finalists. The school leaders were selected for their innovative leaders...
01/27/2021

Congrats to the 2020-2021 Principal of the Year finalists. The school leaders were selected for their innovative leadership and collaboration to drive improvement. The 6 will be narrowed down to one Elementary and one Secondary Principal of the Year. More: http://ow.ly/CO8r50DjQi0

Aldine ISD Child Nutrition
01/26/2021

Aldine ISD Child Nutrition

Hot Fluffy Waffles! We've got them! Don't forget we are serving Big Breakfast in the cafeteria at all High Schools tomorrow! Aldine ISD

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Mr. Randy Bates, Jr., Aldine ISD Boa...
01/26/2021

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Mr. Randy Bates, Jr., Aldine ISD Board Member.

Mr. Bates was elected to the board in November 2019. Mr. Bates is an attorney with the Houston law firm Bates & Coleman, P.C. From 1992-2013, Mr. Bates served on the Board of Trustees of the Lone Star College System. He served as chairman of the Board for seven years and served on all of the Board’s committees. The Victory Center was named in his honor in 2013. He is an active member of his community and has served as CEO and chairman of the board of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and was a founding member of the Acres Homes Citizens Chamber of Commerce. He has also been awarded the Outstanding Texans in Education Award from the Texas Legislative Black Caucus.

Thank you Mr. Bates for your service and commitment to Aldine ISD. Happy Board Appreciation Month!

Congratulations to the Aldine ISD educators named 2021 Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators (HAABSE) Outstand...
01/26/2021
62 Aldine ISD Teachers Have Been Named HAABSE Outstanding Teacher Nominees

Congratulations to the Aldine ISD educators named 2021 Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators (HAABSE) Outstanding Teacher nominees. The educators will be celebrated on Feb. 5 during a virtual recognition ceremony. Read the full list: http://ow.ly/twFE50Di0Tt

Pictured above at the 2019-2020 Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators (HAABSE) Outstanding Teachers. Sixty-two Aldine ISD educators have been named Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators (HAABSE) Outstanding Teacher nominees.  The Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators r...

Aldine ISD wants to support you in becoming a certified teacher! Current employees are invited to join Aldine ISD HR to ...
01/25/2021

Aldine ISD wants to support you in becoming a certified teacher! Current employees are invited to join Aldine ISD HR to learn more about receiving a teacher certification through our special partner program pathways at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, January 26. Register TODAY: http://ow.ly/24XW50Di0um

Do you have an eighth-grade student in Aldine ISD? The district is hosting virtual information sessions about high schoo...
01/25/2021
District Set to Hold Evening Virtual Information Sessions About High School Choice Options on Jan. 26 & Jan. 27

Do you have an eighth-grade student in Aldine ISD? The district is hosting virtual information sessions about high school choice options on Jan. 26 & Jan. 27

Aldine ISD offers several high schools that students can choose to attend. Families and students who would like to learn more about Aldine's Choice Schools options are invited to join a virtual session.
You Have Options! Explore Your Opportunities! Register NOW! http://ow.ly/6DM050DhzqX

The sessions target families with current eighth-grade students making decisions about where they will go to high school based on their interests. The Aldine Independent School District offers several high schools that students can choose to attend. Families and students who would like to learn more...

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Dr. Viola M. Garcia, Aldine ISD Boar...
01/25/2021

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Dr. Viola M. Garcia, Aldine ISD Board Member.

Dr. Garcia has served on the school board since 1992. She has chaired numerous school board committees and has held all four board offices. A Master Trustee, Dr. Garcia is a member of the Mexican American School Board Members Association and has served as the president of the association. Additionally, she is a member of the Texas Association of School Boards and currently serves as secretary-treasurer of the National School Boards Association (NSBA). She is also a life member of PTA and serves as the education liaison for the Greater Inwood Super Neighborhood Council.

Thank you Dr. Garcia for your service and commitment to Aldine ISD. Happy Board Appreciation Month!

01/23/2021

🎙️New Episode Alert: All The Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast is talking about All Things Literacy 📚.

In this episode, Dr. Matt Warford, Aldine ISD executive director of teaching and learning, and Demedia Edwards, Aldine ISD director of literacy, are discussing Aldine ISD’s new literacy initiative. Full episodes available on: http://anchor.fm/aldineisd or aldineisd.org/podcast.

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Ms. Rose M. Avalos, Aldine ISD Board...
01/22/2021

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Ms. Rose M. Avalos, Aldine ISD Board Assistant Secretary.

Ms. Avalos was elected to the school board in May 2006. Ms. Avalos attended Aldine schools and was a member of the second class to graduate from MacArthur Senior High School in 1968. She began her educational career in 1972 as a teacher in Aldine ISD and remained with the district for 33 years. During her Aldine tenure, she also served as a counselor, program director, assistant principal and principal at Escamilla Intermediate School. In 1994 she returned to her alma mater and served as MacArthur Senior High’s principal for 11 years before retiring in 2005. In August 2019, Rose M. Avalos P-TECH High School opened.

Thank you Ms. Avalos for your service and commitment to Aldine ISD. Happy Board Appreciation Month!

Aldine ISD Virtual Transition Expo for students with disabilities is set for Saturday, February 6! The Transition Expo i...
01/22/2021

Aldine ISD Virtual Transition Expo for students with disabilities is set for Saturday, February 6! The Transition Expo is designed for families of children of all ages with diverse needs and those unsure of their plans after high school. Follow the link for more information and registration: http://ow.ly/4PVZ50DeYfB

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Ms. Connie Esparza, Aldine ISD Board...
01/21/2021

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Ms. Connie Esparza, Aldine ISD Board Secretary.

Ms. Esparza was appointed to the School Board in February 2017. She is a retired educator from Houston Community College (HCC) Northeast, where she served as Program Manager of Dual Credit. In her various roles at HCC, she completed the Project Future Perfect: A Leadership Symposium; served as President of the College Office Professional Association; and sponsored the Horizon Leadership, a mentoring program for young students. She is an active member of the Aldine community and she enjoys advocating for our students and staff.

Thank you Ms. Esparza for your service to Aldine ISD. Happy Board Appreciation Month!

01/20/2021

We are inviting district leaders, staff, students, and parents to break down All Things Aldine ISD. Whether you are running errands, commuting to and from work, or completing daily tasks at home, you can get important information about Aldine ISD at your fingertips. Our first episode features Superintendent Dr. LaTonya Goffney. Full episode available: anchor.fm/aldineisd. #aldineanywhere

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Dr. Kimberley Booker, Aldine ISD Boa...
01/20/2021

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Dr. Kimberley Booker, Aldine ISD Board Vice President.

Dr. Booker was appointed to the School Board in February 2017. Dr. Booker brings a wealth of experience as an educator with Aldine ISD and Houston ISD. She served as a classroom teacher, lead teacher, skills specialist, literacy coach, reading specialist, curriculum and instruction specialist, as an assistant principal, Dean of Instruction, and a college professor. In addition to serving the students and staff of Aldine ISD, she enjoys spending her time volunteering with various organizations around Houston.

Thank you Dr. Booker for your service to Aldine ISD. Happy Board Appreciation Month!

Johnson Elementary School C.A.R.E.S. team in action! #AldineCares #AldineAnywhere
01/20/2021
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Johnson Elementary School C.A.R.E.S. team in action! #AldineCares #AldineAnywhere

Johnson Elementary School in Aldine ISD now has a CARES Team to make sure their students and families stay safe and connected in the pandemic. Houston Health Department is helping the CARES Team with critical COVID-19 resources thanks to its Better Together campaign.
#positivelyhouston

STAY CONNECTED: Check out the latest Superintendent Message on our district website: http://ow.ly/GgN250DduRW #AldineAny...
01/20/2021

STAY CONNECTED: Check out the latest Superintendent Message on our district website: http://ow.ly/GgN250DduRW #AldineAnywhere

Aldine ISD is hosting the inaugural Aldine ISD Black History Oratory Competition. The competition is open to all Aldine ...
01/19/2021

Aldine ISD is hosting the inaugural Aldine ISD Black History Oratory Competition. The competition is open to all Aldine ISD students in grades 3-12. Each campus will host individual campus competitions before the top winners will move on to compete in the district competition. Students learning at home and on campus are encouraged to participate. Learn More: http://ow.ly/JMrj50DcCZk #AldineAnywhere

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Mr. Paul Shanklin, Aldine ISD Board ...
01/19/2021

This week we are taking time to recognize our Aldine ISD School Board members. Meet Mr. Paul Shanklin, Aldine ISD Board President.

Mr. Paul Shanklin was first appointed to the board in December of 2014. In addition to supporting the students and staff of Aldine ISD, he is an attorney and an adjunct professor at the Houston Community College Southeast Campus, where he teaches American and Texas Government. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Houston-Downtown where he teaches Critical Pedagogy and Multicultural Education.

Mr. Shanklin has extensive public service experience. He has volunteered in Aldine schools and has been a resident of the Aldine community for 25 years.

Thank you Mr. Shanklin for your service to Aldine ISD. Happy Board Appreciation Month!

Today we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
01/18/2021

Today we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Aldine ISD families please review the upcoming holidays and remote learning days. Aldine ISD will be closed Monday, Janu...
01/15/2021

Aldine ISD families please review the upcoming holidays and remote learning days. Aldine ISD will be closed Monday, January 18, in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday. Classes will resume Tuesday, January 19. You can view, download, and print the 2020-2021 district instructional calendar at the following link: http://ow.ly/J13o50D9W32

In spite of COVID-19, the show will go on for Aldine ISD FFA (Future Farmers of America) and art students. The 62nd annu...
01/15/2021

In spite of COVID-19, the show will go on for Aldine ISD FFA (Future Farmers of America) and art students. The 62nd annual FFA Livestock and Art show will be held Jan. 27-29 at the M.O. Campbell Educational Center. Learn More: http://ow.ly/UkuF50D8U6H #AldineAnywhere

Students from Ms. Mescher's Keeble Primary Montessori School pre-k class are learning how to identify letters and master...
01/14/2021

Students from Ms. Mescher's Keeble Primary Montessori School pre-k class are learning how to identify letters and mastering phonemic awareness. Literacy starts early!

Save the date! Aldine ISD will be hosting a free Virtual #LiteracyMatters Conference on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2021! Anyone can join the event. Learn how Aldine ISD is improving students' literacy skills. Register: https://bit.ly/3bDZwMm

STAY CONNECTED: Check out the latest Superintendent Message on our district website: http://ow.ly/Mmy750D8MUt #AldineAny...
01/14/2021

STAY CONNECTED: Check out the latest Superintendent Message on our district website: http://ow.ly/Mmy750D8MUt #AldineAnywhere

Aldine ISD Child Nutrition
01/14/2021

Aldine ISD Child Nutrition

Did someone say Breakfast? Students love our Sausage, Egg & Cheese Biscuit. Aldine ISD #schoolfood #breakfast

It's Lunch Time in Aldine ISD!
01/13/2021

It's Lunch Time in Aldine ISD!

Offering Skinny Crust Pizza today at High Schools and Middle Schools @_alphapizza Aldine ISD #Wholegrain #schoolfood Aldine CN

01/13/2021
Happy School Board Appreciation Month!

Your work is impacting the lives of the students and staff of Aldine ISD. Thank you Aldine ISD Board of Trustees! Help us celebrate our Aldine ISD Board of Trustees during School Board Appreciation Month. #AldineAnywhere

🎙️Have you listened to our new podcast, All The Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast? Listen to Chief Communications Officer, ...
01/12/2021
Episode 1: Looking Forward by All The Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast • A podcast on Anchor

🎙️Have you listened to our new podcast, All The Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast? Listen to Chief Communications Officer, Sheleah D. Reed, APR, and Superintendent Dr. LaTonya M. Goffney discuss #HBCUS, Prairie View A&M University, #COVID19, Hall Success Academy, and even the postponed Grammy's. Check it out: https://bit.ly/39xeqBI

Welcome to our inaugural episode where we welcome our first guest, Dr. LaTonya M. Goffney, who is the Superintendent of Aldine ISD. In this episode, we talk about looking FORWARD in 2021, the resilience of students, teachers, and staff during the 2020 COVID-19 crisis, and all things Aldine ISD. Reso...

The Federal Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) and Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA) priority deadline ...
01/11/2021

The Federal Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) and Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA) priority deadline is Jan. 15. Seniors planning on attending a two or four-year college or university should apply for financial aid now! Read How: http://ow.ly/zSuD50D5w0C

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Officer Jim Stuckey better be fired for good... He will not be allowed to patrol whatsoever anymore... It's 2020, not 1940.
Earlier in the year, I saw some parents expressing that they did not receive important information from the district in a timely manner. Dr. Goffney regularly sends out emails sharing information, but that doesn't mean they always get to the parents. Here is some important information from Dr. Goffney's most recent email. Don't forget, you can check the AISD website and you can contact your child's school or a teacher. (As a teacher, I look forward to speaking with parents.) Preference for Next 9 Weeks For students wanting to change their learning model selection, changes must be submitted between Monday, Nov. 16 - Friday, Dec. 4. Changes will go into effect on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021 — the start of the third nine weeks. We recognize the complexities and barriers that have come with remote learning for some of our students and invite all of our families to carefully evaluate the decision to change their child’s instructional setting. For students who are struggling academically or with attendance, please reach out to the teacher or campus administrator to determine available support and help. Our goal is to provide choices for our families while being responsive to public health conditions. Remote Learning Days Remote Learning Days are set aside for all students to learn from home while all campus-based staff will report to school. Friday, December 4, is our first Remote Learning Day. All students should log in to Schoology and revisit pre-recorded lessons and previously posted assignments. The district’s Remote Learning Day is a perfect opportunity for students to catch up on any missing assignments and review any lessons they may have missed or need additional time to complete. Teachers will not present any live instruction sessions and may not be available for live feedback sessions. As a reminder, attendance will be taken through the evidence of completing assignments and/or logging into Schoology. Families who need students to be on campus Friday or during any of the designated remote learning days should directly contact their child’s campus. Please update your calendars to include the following Remote Learning Days: Friday, December 4 Friday, January 29 Friday, February 26 Friday, March 12 Friday, April 16 Monday, May 17
I need help with my Benefits Enrollment and no one is answering on any of the 1-800 numbers, no one is answering at any of the provider numbers for the AD&D coverage! When I try to confirm my elections this statement keeps coming up in red and I don’t know what it means. “Primary allocations for OPTIONALLIFE must total 100%”  What does that statement mean I’ve gone through this page over and over again and I’ve waived everything but the $10,000 AD&D PLEASE HELP!
I Have A second grader that attended Harris And I just found out that Aldine ISD ONLY takes temperatures on Mondays! What About the other Days Teachers Not Wearing Mask !!!!!
schoology is not working for the children who are doing virtual school right now
If any of yall have students in escamilla and are bus riders and havent gotten home is because they were in an accident. They dont even notify about this kind of stuff and the worst thing is that they wont allow me to go pick them up.
Does anyone know if kids are having school tomorrow
Is aldine isd waiving the dress code for this year?
So I'm finding out that schools/teachers cannot take temperatures of students that come in the building. My question for Aldine ISD how is safety a priority for your teachers, as stated by the Superintendent, when the most basic level of testing is not being done? Therefore Aldine ISD is putting a lot of teachers lives in danger...
I'm sharing this information because we've experienced a lot dealing with SCHOOLOGY, and I'm advising all parents to check kids work and make them save or download their work they've already done. My 16 yr old has experienced doing all assignments but no grades, or the work she's submitted disappears. Having to resubmit work is frustrating so i would suggest saving all assignments, that way when teachers say your child hasn't did this or that they got a copy..
Any word on when Nimitz start all in person classes
Thank you Aldine it is working now