Points of Pride (Week of Oct. 26)

Alief ISD Spotlights, Communications and Announcements

Alief ISD was recognized by Kognito for the district's outstanding leadership in promoting mental health literacy.

The Excellence in District Mental Health Literacy - Professional Development Award recognizes districts that have worked tirelessly to support student mental health being during the 2019-2020 school year.
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Congratulations to the October MVP Award recipients!

The employees who were selected exemplified the character trait of Respect for the October MVP Awards.

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 Honesty for the November MVP Awards, please submit the nomination form at www.aliefisd.net/mvp by Noon on Wednesday, November 4.

Alief ISD staff members were recognized as Stars in the Classroom by the Houston Texans and First Community Credit Union.

Texans linebacker Brennan Scarlett joined FCCU for the virtual celebration. Alief Early College High School principal Brandi Brotherton and Hearne Elementary School teacher Diana Rojas were nominated by students.

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We are spotlighting the great ways that students, families and staff are going above and beyond.
10-22-20 Superintendent's message/ Mensaje de video del superintendente
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Community Garden - Cultivating Student and Community Change

How the Alief Community Garden is benefitting students and the local community

Prior to district closures last spring, Superintendent HD Chambers sat down with Barbara Quattro (chair of the Alief Super Neighborhood Council), Amenda Abi Saab (former Youngblood student and current O'Donnell student) and Erin Gilbert (Youngblood Intermediate School teacher) to discuss the impact of the Alief Community Garden. They discuss how the community came together to develop the garden on the district plot and how Youngblood uses it as an interactive and fun outdoor classroom.