Points of Pride (Week of Sept. 28)

Alief ISD Spotlights, Communications and Announcements

Alief ISD was named a District of Distinction by TAEA for the second year in a row.

Alief ISD received the honor for providing a well-rounded education that advocates and integrates visual arts curriculum to inspire creativity and reach all different learners.
We are spotlighting the great ways that students, families and staff are going above and beyond.

Please use the hashtag #OneAlief on Facebook and Twitter.

Nominate Alief ISD employees for the 2020-2021 Monthly 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 Respect for the October MVP Awards, please submit the nomination form at www.aliefisd.net/mvp by Noon on Wednesday, September 30.

Superintendent's message 9/25/20/Mensaje de video del superintendente
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Communities In Schools of Houston - Districts Can't Do It Alone

Doing whatever it takes to help students prepare for life

Prior to district closures during the Spring 2020 semester, Lisa Descant (Chief Executive Officer for Communities In Schools of Houston), Syble Ned (CIS Student Support Manager at Klentzman Intermediate School) and Dr. Alvia Baldwin (Alief ISD Director of Guidance & Counseling) sat down with Superintendent HD Chambers to discuss the significance of Communities in Schools of Houston (CIS) in Alief ISD schools. They discuss the importance of CIS's integrated student supports and core services and how the partnership positively impacts students at all grade levels.