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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Today is a reminder that justice can be done. Equitable practices are the first step in addressing the inequities within...
04/21/2021

Today is a reminder that justice can be done. Equitable practices are the first step in addressing the inequities within our systems and communities.

Aldine ISD is actively working to be a place where all students are heard, where all students are safe, and where all students can thrive. The District will continue ensuring ALL students have access to high-quality schools, a safe learning environment, and will focus on equitable outcomes for all students to ensure they have choices and opportunities.

We will continue to Look Inward. Look Around. And Look Forward. Read more about Aldine's equity work ➡️ http://ow.ly/Z1JG50EtAct

Plummer Middle School received a generous donation from the Omicron Tau Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc...
04/20/2021

Plummer Middle School received a generous donation from the Omicron Tau Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated on 🤲 Global Impact Day. The organization provided 1,000+ toiletry items and 😷. masks to support student health and wellbeing. Thank you for supporting our students and Aldine ISD families. Read the story ➡️ http://ow.ly/ij0D50EtjxN

Plummer Middle School received a generous donation from the Omicron Tau Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated on 🤲 Global Impact Day. The organization provided 1,000+ toiletry items and 😷. masks to support student health and wellbeing. Thank you for supporting our students and Aldine ISD families. Read the story ➡️ http://ow.ly/ij0D50EtjxN

Aldine ISD Police Chief Paul Cordova and his department honored their six dispatchers for the vital role in the departme...
04/20/2021

Aldine ISD Police Chief Paul Cordova and his department honored their six dispatchers for the vital role in the department during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, observed April 12-16. Read the Story ➡️ http://ow.ly/Yrji50EtiaX

Aldine ISD Police Chief Paul Cordova and his department honored their six dispatchers for the vital role in the department during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, observed April 12-16. Read the Story ➡️ http://ow.ly/Yrji50EtiaX

Aldine ISD and the district Career Technology and Education (CTE) department celebrated 53 senior students during the an...
04/20/2021

Aldine ISD and the district Career Technology and Education (CTE) department celebrated 53 senior students during the annual Future Educator Signing Day, on April 14. Learn more about the celebration ➡️ http://ow.ly/oTeN50EtcST

Aldine ISD and the district Career Technology and Education (CTE) department celebrated 53 senior students during the annual Future Educator Signing Day, on April 14. Learn more about the celebration ➡️ http://ow.ly/oTeN50EtcST

Do you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines?Join the Aldine ISD Family and Community Engagement (FACE) department ...
04/20/2021

Do you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines?

Join the Aldine ISD Family and Community Engagement (FACE) department and Texas Children's Hospital for a virtual town hall TODAY!

English Session: Tuesday, April 20 at 6 p.m. ⤵️
bit.ly/32caIK8

Do you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines?

Join the Aldine ISD Family and Community Engagement (FACE) department and Texas Children's Hospital for a virtual town hall TODAY!

English Session: Tuesday, April 20 at 6 p.m. ⤵️
bit.ly/32caIK8

HOPE Clinic is providing FREE COVID-19 vaccines for the Aldine community. Those interested 18 years and older should arr...
04/16/2021

HOPE Clinic is providing FREE COVID-19 vaccines for the Aldine community. Those interested 18 years and older should arrive at the clinic with an ID to register. Details ⤵️

Location: 3000 Aldine Mail Rt Rd, Houston, TX 77039
Date: Monday-Friday
Time: 8:00am-4:00pm
* Moderna vaccine is available. First come first serve.

HOPE Clinic is providing FREE COVID-19 vaccines for the Aldine community. Those interested 18 years and older should arrive at the clinic with an ID to register. Details ⤵️

Location: 3000 Aldine Mail Rt Rd, Houston, TX 77039
Date: Monday-Friday
Time: 8:00am-4:00pm
* Moderna vaccine is available. First come first serve.

Do you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines? Join the Aldine ISD Family and Community Engagement (FACE) department...
04/15/2021

Do you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines?

Join the Aldine ISD Family and Community Engagement (FACE) department and Texas Children's Hospital for a virtual town hall.

English Session: Tuesday, April 20 at 2 p.m. ⤵️
bit.ly/32caIK8

Spanish Session: Thursday, April 22 at 2 p.m. ⤵️
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Aldine ISD wants to keep all families and staff in the loop. Stay connected and check out the Superintendent's Weekly Me...
04/15/2021

Aldine ISD wants to keep all families and staff in the loop. Stay connected and check out the Superintendent's Weekly Message ➡️ http://ow.ly/IDZy50EpJsz

Aldine ISD wants to keep all families and staff in the loop. Stay connected and check out the Superintendent's Weekly Message ➡️ http://ow.ly/IDZy50EpJsz

Harris County is looking for volunteers to help with the free Rent Assistance and Legal Aid drive-through event on Satur...
04/15/2021

Harris County is looking for volunteers to help with the free Rent Assistance and Legal Aid drive-through event on Saturday, April 17. Volunteer Sign Up ➡ https://bit.ly/3mPV68G

Event information can be found below.

Are you still dealing with the after-effects of the ❄️  Winter Ice Storm?FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency Volunt...
04/14/2021

Are you still dealing with the after-effects of the ❄️ Winter Ice Storm?

FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency Voluntary Agency Liaisons want to provide resources to assist residents with registering for FEMA assistance. The deadline for FEMA registration is April 20, 2021. Register TODAY! ⬇️

04/14/2021

Join us to celebrate Future Educators! Today we are celebrating 53 Aldine ISD students during the annual Future Educator Signing Day! Aldine ISD is happy to hire these future educators after college graduation.

Join Aldine's Family and Community Engagement (FACE) and the Literacy departments for a virtual ✨ Night of Literacy ✨ fr...
04/14/2021

Join Aldine's Family and Community Engagement (FACE) and the Literacy departments for a virtual ✨ Night of Literacy ✨ from 5 to 6 p.m on Wednesday, April 14.

If you haven't noticed, 📕📙📘 Literacy is a big thing here in Aldine ISD! During the virtual event, families will hear from Amplify Education and Wit & Wisdom English, which will discuss how their reading curriculums are used for bilingual students in K-5 and middle school students.

Join here at 5 p.m. ➡️ https://bit.ly/2QpDJzG

😆  Feeling Confident? Yes, We Are! 😆 We are feeling confident about the 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣1️⃣ - 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣2️⃣ school year!💻  Prima...
04/13/2021

😆 Feeling Confident? Yes, We Are! 😆

We are feeling confident about the 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣1️⃣ - 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣2️⃣ school year!

💻 Primary pre-enrollment is OPEN for PreK3, PreK4, and new Kindergarten students.

Visit ➡️ AldineISD.org/primary for eligibility info. The deadline to pre-enroll is May 31, 2021.

😆 Feeling Confident? Yes, We Are! 😆

We are feeling confident about the 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣1️⃣ - 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣2️⃣ school year!

💻 Primary pre-enrollment is OPEN for PreK3, PreK4, and new Kindergarten students.

Visit ➡️ AldineISD.org/primary for eligibility info. The deadline to pre-enroll is May 31, 2021.

Aldine ISD Trustee Dr. Viola M. García was recently sworn in as President of The National School Boards Association (NSB...
04/13/2021
Aldine ISD Trustee Dr. Viola M. García Sworn in as President of NSBA

Aldine ISD Trustee Dr. Viola M. García was recently sworn in as President of The National School Boards Association (NSBA). Dr. Viola M. García assumed the office of President of NSBA on Saturday, April 10, during NSBA’s Annual Conference via a virtual ceremony. Learn More:

Aldine ISD Trustee Dr. Viola M. García was named President of the National School Boards Association. Aldine ISD Trustee Dr. Viola M. García assumed the office of President of the National School Boards Association (NSBA) on Saturday, April 10, during NSBA’s Annual Conference via a virtual cerem...

Have you listened to Episode 7 of All the Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast? During the episode, Chief Communications Offic...
04/13/2021

Have you listened to Episode 7 of All the Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast? During the episode, Chief Communications Officer, Sheleah D. Reed, APR, talks to emerging leaders Blanson CTE High School senior Miguel Chacón and Victory Early College High School senior Jocelyn Goodman. You will be inspired by their conversation. Join the All the Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast family by subscribing to the podcast and sharing: https://bit.ly/3a8z3VQ #AldineAnywhere

Have you listened to Episode 7 of All the Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast? During the episode, Chief Communications Officer, Sheleah D. Reed, APR, talks to emerging leaders Blanson CTE High School senior Miguel Chacón and Victory Early College High School senior Jocelyn Goodman. You will be inspired by their conversation. Join the All the Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast family by subscribing to the podcast and sharing: https://bit.ly/3a8z3VQ #AldineAnywhere

Last week, Hoffman Middle School celebrated #NationalLibraryWeek with a campus Reading Garden and #LittleFreeLibrary rib...
04/12/2021
Hoffman Middle Celebrates Reading Garden and Little Free Library

Last week, Hoffman Middle School celebrated #NationalLibraryWeek with a campus Reading Garden and #LittleFreeLibrary ribbon-cutting ceremony. Learn more about the campus community literacy initiative: https://bit.ly/3wMNVmp #AldineAnywhere

Hoffman Middle School celebrated National Library Week with a campus reading garden and little free library ribbon-cutting ceremony, on April 9.   Earlier this year, the campus received a Donors Choose grant for a Little Free Library. The Little Free Library project is the world’s largest

Our students and staff are loving #DEARDayAldine! Check out some photos from across the district. #DEARDay is not over y...
04/12/2021

Our students and staff are loving #DEARDayAldine! Check out some photos from across the district. #DEARDay is not over yet. You still have time to join us and Drop Everything and Read today at 1:30 p.m. Share your photos with us by using the hashtag #DEARDayAldine

Happy #DEARDay Aldine! Today all students and staff will take 10 minutes out of the day to drop everything and read. Let...
04/12/2021
Aldine ISD Celebrates Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) Day on April 12

Happy #DEARDay Aldine! Today all students and staff will take 10 minutes out of the day to drop everything and read. Let us in the comment section know if you are joining in on the #DEARDay fun! Learn more:

Superintendent Dr. LaTonya M. Goffney invites everyone to take part in the joy of reading. Dear Aldine Community, On Monday, April 12, we will be celebrating DEAR Day. For those unfamiliar with this spectacular holiday, DEAR stands for "Drop Everything and Read.” The national celebration of readin...

Episode 7 of All the Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast drops tomorrow with two very special guests. Senior students Miguel ...
04/09/2021

Episode 7 of All the Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast drops tomorrow with two very special guests. Senior students Miguel Chacón and Jocelyn Goodman discuss why they chose a Choice School (Blanson CTE High School and Victory Early College High School), their hopes for the future, college plans, and how Aldine students can plan for their future beyond graduation. You will be inspired after listening to these bright students.

Subscribe and Listen:
Anchor - http://anchor.fm/aldineisd
Apple Podcasts - http://apple.co/30NRIB7
Spotify - http://tinyurl.com/4myz4uxc

Drop a comment if you have been enjoying the podcast!

Episode 7 of All the Things: The Aldine ISD Podcast drops tomorrow with two very special guests. Senior students Miguel Chacón and Jocelyn Goodman discuss why they chose a Choice School (Blanson CTE High School and Victory Early College High School), their hopes for the future, college plans, and how Aldine students can plan for their future beyond graduation. You will be inspired after listening to these bright students.

Subscribe and Listen:
Anchor - http://anchor.fm/aldineisd
Apple Podcasts - http://apple.co/30NRIB7
Spotify - http://tinyurl.com/4myz4uxc

Drop a comment if you have been enjoying the podcast!

There is still time for you to apply for our Two-Way Dual Language program. The application deadline has been extended t...
04/08/2021

There is still time for you to apply for our Two-Way Dual Language program. The application deadline has been extended to Friday, April 16. The program is open to all incoming Kindergarten students. Learn more: http://ow.ly/i22i50Ek5Db

There is still time for you to apply for our Two-Way Dual Language program. The application deadline has been extended to Friday, April 16. The program is open to all incoming Kindergarten students. Learn more: http://ow.ly/i22i50Ek5Db

Superintendent Dr. LaTonya M. Goffney invites everyone to take part in the joy of reading on #DEARday! On Monday, April ...
04/08/2021
Aldine ISD Celebrates Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) Day on April 12

Superintendent Dr. LaTonya M. Goffney invites everyone to take part in the joy of reading on #DEARday! On Monday, April 12 all students and staff will Drop Everything And Read. On DEAR Day, we will all dedicate 10 minutes to enjoy books together. Learn how your student can participate in #DEARdayAldine: https://bit.ly/2OvRAnk

Superintendent Dr. LaTonya M. Goffney invites everyone to take part in the joy of reading. Dear Aldine Community, On Monday, April 12, we will be celebrating DEAR Day. For those unfamiliar with this spectacular holiday, DEAR stands for "Drop Everything and Read.” The national celebration of readin...

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04/08/2021

Timeline Photos

Why You Should Enroll Your Child in an Aldine ISD Primary School Program? Apply Now at aldineisd.org/primary.✅  Provides...
04/07/2021

Why You Should Enroll Your Child in an Aldine ISD Primary School Program? Apply Now at aldineisd.org/primary.

✅ Provides a fun learning environment in a structured setting
✅ Provides an academic foundation for learning
✅ Promotes language and cognitive skills
✅ Provides social-emotional development
✅ Improves motor skills
✅ Enhances communication skills
✅ Boosts children’s creativity
✅ Prepares students for elementary school

Why You Should Enroll Your Child in an Aldine ISD Primary School Program? Apply Now at aldineisd.org/primary.

✅ Provides a fun learning environment in a structured setting
✅ Provides an academic foundation for learning
✅ Promotes language and cognitive skills
✅ Provides social-emotional development
✅ Improves motor skills
✅ Enhances communication skills
✅ Boosts children’s creativity
✅ Prepares students for elementary school

Walgreens “This Is Our Shot” campaign is partnering with Mayor Sylvester Turner's HER Task Force and the City of Houston...
04/07/2021

Walgreens “This Is Our Shot” campaign is partnering with Mayor Sylvester Turner's HER Task Force and the City of Houston Health Department to offer the COVID-19 vaccine. Registration information can be found here: http://ow.ly/JnGE50Ej4EX

Walgreens “This Is Our Shot” campaign is partnering with Mayor Sylvester Turner's HER Task Force and the City of Houston Health Department to offer the COVID-19 vaccine. Registration information can be found here: http://ow.ly/JnGE50Ej4EX

This week is #NationalLibraryWeek! Aldine ISD appreciates local public libraries’ work, especially Aldine ISD school lib...
04/07/2021

This week is #NationalLibraryWeek! Aldine ISD appreciates local public libraries’ work, especially Aldine ISD school libraries, for ensuring students had books and ebooks to read during the pandemic. Learn More: http://ow.ly/p5S050EiVIc

This week is #NationalLibraryWeek! Aldine ISD appreciates local public libraries’ work, especially Aldine ISD school libraries, for ensuring students had books and ebooks to read during the pandemic. Learn More: http://ow.ly/p5S050EiVIc

Aldine ISD high school students are invited to attend the ARISE Youth Summit, hosted by Aldine and Spring ISD. The Summi...
04/07/2021
Arise High School Virtual Youth Summit Set for May 1

Aldine ISD high school students are invited to attend the ARISE Youth Summit, hosted by Aldine and Spring ISD. The Summit will feature presentations about self-care, college and career planning, goal setting, financial literacy, and much more. REGISTER TODAY: https://bit.ly/2Q7RLFJ

The event will feature Houston area leaders. The deadline to register online is April 16. The Aldine Independent School District and Spring ISD have teamed up to host Arise, a virtual youth summit for high school students (Grades 9-12), on Saturday, May 1. The event will kick off at

Aldine ISD Families! Check out the latest Superintendent Message on our district website: https://bit.ly/3fM3817- 2020-2...
04/07/2021
Message From the Superintendent, April 6, 2021

Aldine ISD Families! Check out the latest Superintendent Message on our district website: https://bit.ly/3fM3817

- 2020-2021 Standardized Testing Schedule
- Parent Virtual Trainings: Public Library Programs and Services and Literacy Night
- More School Options are Available for Students
- Assistant Principals Weeks

Dear Aldine Community, Happy April! We can now officially say that school will be out next month! While the past year has thrown many obstacles our way, we are in a great place to finish the year strong. As with many events, this spring’s STAAR testing schedule will look different than it has in t...

Calling all 7th and 8th grade families! Could your student benefit from a smaller learning environment next school year?...
04/06/2021

Calling all 7th and 8th grade families! Could your student benefit from a smaller learning environment next school year? Hall Success Academy may be the right fit for you! Check out the flyers below and reach out to your school counselor for more information: https://bit.ly/39Qw0Bz

It's lunch time in Aldine! All children 18 and under can recieve free meals at any of our curbside meal sites. Join us f...
04/06/2021

It's lunch time in Aldine! All children 18 and under can recieve free meals at any of our curbside meal sites. Join us for lunch at a curbside meal site or at any of the high schools for evening curbside meal pickup.

Join us today at any of our curbside meal sites:
Meal Pick-Up Times:
*11:00 a.m -1:00 p.m. at all 13 curbside meal sites and 4:00-5:30 p.m. at all high schools
Find a curbside meal site near you at http://aldinecafe.com
Aldine ISD #AldineAnywhere #AldineCares #mealbundle

Local meteorologist, KPRC2 Britta Merwin, gave Vardeman Primary students the VIP treatment during a virtual field trip t...
04/06/2021
Local Meteorologist Takes Vardeman Primary Students on a Virtual Field Trip

Local meteorologist, KPRC2 Britta Merwin, gave Vardeman Primary students the VIP treatment during a virtual field trip to her weather station at KPRC2 / Click2Houston. Read: https://bit.ly/3dBJJND

Local meteorologist, Britta Merwin, gave Vardeman Primary students the VIP treatment during a virtual field trip to her weather station at KPRC.  Students from Nancy Mixon Conyer's kindergarten class were in for a surprise when Merwin showcased what she does for work each

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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