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Upcoming Events


  • September 7th- Student/Staff Holiday
  • September 22nd- Virtual Open House via Zooms
  • September 28th- Student Holiday/Staff Long Range Planning Day
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Curbside Meal Service Details

  • DATE: Monday through Friday beginning the evening of Wednesday, August 5, 2020 (Exception – no service when school is not in session).

    TIME: 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

    WHO: Only enrolled Alief ISD students (must provide a proof of enrollment)

    WHAT: Breakfast and lunch will be provided

    WHERE:

    • For elementary, intermediate and middle school students, meals must be picked up at the child’s school.
    • High school, ALC, and Crossroads students can pick up meals at either Elsik High School or Taylor High School.


FALL CURBSIDE PROCEDURE

In order to receive meals, the student and/or parent/guardian must provide one of the following proofs of enrollment:

    • Alief Student ID card (last year’s Student ID is acceptable)
    • Alief Student ID number
    • Alief ISD Letter/email from school listing children enrolled at the campus

    Meal Prices:

    • Breakfast – All Alief ISD students receive a breakfast meal free of charge under our universal free breakfast program.
    • Lunch – Free and reduced status students will receive a lunch meal free of charge. The price for paid students is $1.00. Parents are encouraged to prepay online at www.schoolcafe.com (no service fee is charged).

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Alief Learns at Home- Anytime, Anywhere

Alief is committed to Preparing Students for Tomorrow- Caring for them Today- in and outside of classroom walls. Check out our Digital Learning Page HERE.


Now is a great time for our students to gain experiences that prepare them for their increasingly digital future. Teaching students about, and encouraging them to utilize, the future-ready skills related to digital learning, critical thinking, problem-solving and collaboration, invites creativity and contributes to their overall success as a citizen of our community.

Robust and engaging resources are available online for students' continued learning and growth. The resources on this page will allow Alief parents, students, and teachers to ensure student learning is continuous and ongoing.

Please continue to revisit this page for instructional updates.


We are here to help! We know this is overwhelming and stressful for everyone involved, we are in this together! One step at a time, one day at a time, we can make it through!


One Team, One Goal, One Youngblood!

Shared Decision Making Committee (SDC) Information

Parents, I invite you to join our Shared Decision Making Committee. Your insights and feedback are welcomed. We use all stakeholder feedback to make decisions at Youngblood. We meet once a month for about 1 hour. Our first meeting will be on September 21, 2020 from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM. The Shared Decision-Making Committee is composed of administrators, teachers, business and community representatives, and parents. We have 4 parent positions on our council. At this time, we have vacancies and need parent volunteers to fill those positions. If you are interested in serving on the committee, we will send a letter to you via email this upcoming week. Thank you in advance for your interest in this committee.

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