Points of Pride (Week of Jan. 21)

Alief ISD News and Recognitions

Congratulations to the 2020 Campus Teachers of the Year!

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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.

In case you missed it...

  • The Transportation Job Fair that will be held on Monday, January 27, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. has been moved to the Center for Advanced Careers. For more information, visit the Transportation webpage.

  • The Safety and Climate Surveys are live for district students and parents as well as campus-based employees. Parents can take the survey by visiting www.aliefisd.net/survey. Campus staff members received a survey link via email, and students will be taking the survey at the school.
  • The 2020-2021 applications are online for the high schools of choice, Dual Language Program and Mandarin Immersion Program. The high schools of choice priority acceptance application deadline is February 28 at 5:00 p.m. Space is limited.

Latest Episode: 2020 Census – Help Erase the Undercount / Censo 2020 – Ayuda a combatir la baja participación

The Importance of the Census and What it Means to Your Tax Dollars

La importancia del censo y lo que significa para los dólares que pagas en impuestos

Charles Woods (Alief ISD Deputy Superintendent of Business Services) visits with Superintendent HD Chambers about the Census Undercount. They discuss how over 30 percent of Houston-area households did not respond to the 2010 Census, which results in estimates that Houston will lose nearly $16,000 per citizen in education, emergency and infrastructure funding between 2020 and 2030.

El superintendente adjunto para servicios financieros de Alief ISD, Charles Woods conversa con el superintendente HD Chambers sobre la baja participación en el censo. Nos cuentan como más del 30% de los hogares del área de Houston no respondieron al censo 2010, lo que se estima resultará en pérdidas de casi $16,000 por persona, para la ciudad de Houston, en concepto de educación, servicios de emergencia e infraestructura, entre el 2020 y el 2030.

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