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Upcoming Events

  • February 26th- 5th grade Band Concert 6:30 pm
  • March 11th-15th- Spring Break
  • March 20th- Principal's Coffee 9:00 am
  • March 21st- Report Cards Go Home
  • March 23rd- Alief's Family U Conference
  • March 28th- FAME Literacy Night Event 5:30-7:30 pm
  • April 3rd- Principal's Coffee 9:00 am
  • April 9th- 5th grade Math STAAR Test
  • April 10th- 5th grade Reading STAAR Test
  • April 19th- Staff/Student Holiday

Dress Code Reminders

Student Dress Code: https://www.aliefisd.net/Page/1038

  • polo style or collared shirts in red, white, or blue
  • pant/shorts/skirts- navy or khaki
  • Sweaters- solid red, white, or blue
  • Jeans cannot be torn or ripped and can be worn on Fridays as long as students have not received any dress code marks for the week
  • NO HOODIES or jackets with stripes or prints


Spring is approaching and students have grown, please make sure that shorts and skirts are still fit. They should not be higher than 2" above the knee.


Student IDs must be worn at all times clipped to their left hand collar.

  • Replacement IDs are $5.00
  • Replacement clips are .25 cents
  • Replacement ID pouches are .25 cents

Don't Get Scammed!

Be careful of scammers and fraudulent calls or emails.


Thieves call taxpayers claiming to be IRS officials and demand payment of fake tax bills. They may leave urgent call back requests. They may threaten to arrest, deport, or revoke your license. They will use IRS titles and fake badge numbers and may use your name and personal information to trick you. They may use official looking email addresses and letterhead in emails.


The IRS will not:

  • call to demand immediate payment without sending you a bill in the mail (post)
  • demand you pay your taxes and not allow you to question or appeal the amount
  • require that you pay your taxes a certain way-as in a prepaid debit card, iTunes, GooglePlay
  • ask for your credit or debit card over the phone
  • threaten to bring police or other agencies to arrest you for not paying


If you don't owe taxes or think you don't:

  • do not give out any information over the phone
  • hang up immediately
  • report the call- use the website treasury.gov IRS Impersonation Scam Reporting page or call 1-800-366-4484
  • Call the IRS directly if you need to ask questions about whether you owe taxes or not at 1-800-829-1040

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