Points of Pride (Week of Dec. 9)

Alief ISD News and Recognitions

Congratulations to the MVP Award recipients for the month of December.

This month's winners were selected for exemplifying the character trait of Compassion.


Students, parents, staff and community members may nominate an Alief ISD employee for the Monthly MVP Award.


To nominate an employee for exemplifying the character trait of Responsibility for the January MVP Awards, please submit the nomination form at www.aliefisd.net/mvp by Noon on January 8.

The Career & Technical Association of Texas (CTAT) recognized Alief ISD CTE staff.

Jennifer Baker (Director of CTE) was named the CTAT Area 6 CTE Director of the Year.


Health Science teacher Sherita Harmon (Center for Advanced Careers) was named the CTAT Area 6 CTE Teacher of the Year.

Want to share a Points of Pride with the Alief ISD Public Relations Department?

Email your Points of Pride submission to Tracy Lau at tylau@aliefisd.net.

Latest Episode: Professional Learning - When Teachers Become Students

Honing Their Craft and the Shift in Professional Development

Alief ISD Professional Development Coordinator Dr. Tracee Grigsby-Turner and Miller Intermediate School teacher Ebony Kennedy visit with Superintendent HD Chambers about critical components of professional development and learning. They discuss the current professional learning opportunities, including socio-emotional learning, Action Based Learning and how professional learning can help educators with building meaningful relationships with students.

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