Points of Pride (Week of Oct. 28)

Alief ISD News and Recognitions

Hastings High School teacher recognized by Houston Texans, First Community Credit Union as Star in the Classroom.

Charelle Mosley was surprised by a Texans football player and representatives from FCCU. She received a signed, personalized football and tickets to a Texans game with sideline passes. Mosley, who was nominated by a student, will be honored during a special reception.

Alief ISD schools win second and third place in the Alief International Parade.

The Elsik High School Revelliers Drill/Dance Team and Owens Intermediate School Cheerleaders won second and third place respectively for their performances and sportsmanship during the Alief International Parade. The parade, which is hosted by the Alief Community Association in partnership with Alief ISD, awarded trophies to the winners.

Alief ISD's Veterinary Science Program was spotlighted by KHOU 11's Great Day Houston.

Alief ISD staff member starring in local production.

Alief Police Department Sergeant Karen Coleman will star as Helen in Mr. Elysian by Living Way Productions. The theater production will be held at MATCH in downtown Houston on November 23.

Congratulations to the following Alief ISD staff members, whose DonorsChoose.org projects were funded!

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: E-Learning – Dynamic Learning Environment through Virtual Classrooms

Offering High-Quality Online Learning Opportunities for All Texas Students


Superintendent HD Chambers chat with Debbie Vincent (Digital Learning Curriculum Specialist & Distance Learning), Pam Lowe (Director of Digital Learning), Kathy Jahn (Executive Director of Curriculum & Instruction), Olga Lopez (Hastings High School Library Information Specialist and Distance Learning Facilitator) and Alexandra Alvarenga (Hastings High School student) about the rigorous online course offerings for students and the advantages to the flexible virtual classroom environment.