Points of Pride (Week of Jan. 25)

Alief ISD Spotlights, Communications and Announcements

Art work by Alief ISD students were selected for the Youth Art Month Capitol Exhibit.

The Texas Art Education Association sponsors a number of programs celebrating art during the month of March, including the art exhibit in the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum and the Lower Rotunda of the State Capitol Building in Austin.

Taylor High School student Brissa Trondle placed in the Texas All-State Treble Choir.

The Texas All-State Ensembles consist of top-tier high school musicians throughout the state, and it is one of the best all-state ensembles in the country.


Trondle, who currently serves as the choir president, is also a member and student leader of the Alief Taylor Roaring Band.

Taylor High School teacher Krystal Williams and her government students were spotlighted by ABC 13.

Williams, one of many Alief ISD educators who incorporated the inauguration into instruction on Wednesday, showed her students our democracy in action and that their voices matter.

We are spotlighting the great ways that students, families and staff are going above and beyond.

COVID-19 - Why the Virus Continues to Impact Schools

A Conversation with Dr. Maria Rivera (Harris County Public Health)


In this episode of ImpactED, Superintendent HD Chambers speaks with Dr. Maria Rivera, Nutrition and Chronic Disease Prevention Physician at Harris County Public Health. They discuss COVID-19, new strains of the virus, the vaccine and the virus's impact on schools.

ImpactED Ep 57
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