Welcome Class of 2023

September 2019

Hello Class of 2023!

From the Principal’s Corner,

We are off to a great start; and I am excited to help you on your journey to your “Destination Graduation”! It all begins with your individual commitments and efforts. Most recently, we all completed our code of civility pledges. Always remember to treat everyone with courtesy and respect. Be honest. Take responsibility for your actions; physical, verbal, written (social media). Your daily interactions that exemplify cooperation, kindness, and consideration of all; will ensure your path to success.

This week we begin tutorials and club/organization activities. Make sure you have home access to monitor your grades. You are required to attend tutorials for any class with a grade of 75 or lower. We also want you to get involved outside of the classroom. Talk with your teachers about clubs and organizations available at ENGC as well as Elsik main campus. Combined, we have more than 30 extra-curricular and co-curricular activities after school. Get connected!

Welcome to the ENGC family! We are all here to support you in your academic as well as social emotional needs. If you are struggling, please reach out to an adult for support.

Ms. Sprang

Principal, ENGC

Activities

This Week:

Tue. Sept. 3rd Elsik Main & ENGC Staff Meeting @ Main Campus 2:45

Tue. Sept. 3rd Volleyball vs. Klein Forest, S. Gym 4:30/5:30/6:30

Tue. Sept. 3rd Varsity Tennis vs. Brazoswood, Alief Complex 4:00

Wed. Sept. 4th CAMPUS CORE CONTENT & DISTRICT ELE. PLC’s

Wed. Sept. 4th New Teacher Academy, 3pm room 412

Thur. Sept. 5th 9th Football @ George Stadium 4:330/6:15

Thur. Sept. 5th JV Football @ Alief Field 4:30/6:15

Thur. Sept. 5th JV Tennis @ Brazoswood 4:00

Thur. Sept. 5th Varsity Cross Country Meet @ Montgomery Complex

Thur. Sept. 5th JV Cross Country Meet @ South Houston

Thur. Sept. 5th 9th Volleyball Tourney @ Spring ISD

AIA

Alief International Academy and is a part of the International Studies Schools Network which focuses on producing students who are globally competent. Students investigate the world, recognize the perspective of others, take action, and communicate their ideas.