Welding lab ribbon cuttingCoastal Bend College held a welding lab ribbon cutting ceremony, check presentation and open house on Monday. Pictured with college officials and Texas Workforce are Alice High School welding students.
Alice ISD Strategic Planning Facilities TaskforceTouring Memorial and Dubose Intermediate schools.
Coat Drive a success
Merry Christmas from Alice ISD Nurses
Texas Association of Future EducatorsRichard (RJ) Carrillo qualified for State.
Memorial students earn Coke floatsStudents were rewarded for increases in their istation ISIP testing.
Junior Police Academy distributes toys
AHS Decathlon Victory!
Noonan Hat Day
Alice ISD Quick Links
- RFP 19-02 Addendum
- Request For Parent Email
- AISD Report Bullying
- AISD Wellness Plan
- Employment Opportunities
- Sports Forms
- Food Menus
- Potential Vendors
- Academic Performance Report
- 2018-2019 District Calendar
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- 2018-2019 Report Card and Progress Report Schedule
- 2018-2019 Student Handbook & Code of Conduct
- Academic Progress Report
- Targeted Improvement Plan
Alice ISD 2018 Spotlights
- Red Ribbon Week Poster Contest
- Calallen runs away with 49-16 win against Alice
- WAMS volleyball girls Pretty In Pink
- Southside scores 73 in blowout of Alice
- Alice playing on live TV again; this time it’s vs. Calallen
- Alice Grass Master is Coyotes 12th man
- High School Swimming: Alice Swimmers Compete in Fall Sprint Meet
- Storyteller at Noonan Elementary
- AISD Coats needed
Campus Fundraisers 2018-2019
Teen of the Week Dec. 10 - 14Domingo Mendoza III, son of Domingo and Marie Mendoza.
My future plans are to further my education and major in Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas San Antonio or The University of North Texas, Denton.
I play football as a wide receiver and am also a member of the National Honors Society, and participate in the Teen Outreach program.
One accomplishment i'll never forget was on the Varsity football team in the year of 2017/2018 season when we had the opportunity to go four rounds deep into the playoffs and play at the Alamodome.
Teen of the Week Nov. 26 to 30Name: Nathan Demitri Vasquez
Parents: Reynaldo and Belinda Vasquez
Educational or Future Plans: I plan to attend Del Mar College after graduation to advance my welding skills and learn different types of welding.
Officers Position: Deputy Corps Commander of the Alice High School AFJROTC
Accomplishments/Honor: Achieved JROTC National Awards – Order of the Daedalian, American Veterans Award, and Air Commando Association
Teen of Week Dec. 3 - 7Meagan Morales daughter of Ruben and Velma Morales
I plan to further my education in criminology at Texas A&M Kingsville.
I am a varsity cheerleader and a member of National Honor Society.
“Life isn’t always easy and your gonna have to work hard. Sometimes you’ll feel like giving up
but in the end when it's all said and done it will be worth it.” -Parents
Growing up both my parents have repeatedly expressed to make sure I go to college and get a job
I enjoy waking up to because it is what will support me the rest of my life. Even though, work
won’t always be fun or easy it is what will later reward you in life. My parents advice has helped
me get through rough patches in life and inspired me to pursue a career as a detective like I have
always dreamed of doing.
In five years I see myself living in Houston, Texas employed with a Bachelor's degree in
criminology, but still working towards my Masters.
Teen of Week Dec. 17 - 21Name: Evan Arnoldo Garza
Parents: Arnold Garza and Alena Garza
Education and Future Plans: I plan on Majoring in music at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi. From there, I will go on to earn my masters in Music performance, hopefully in a conservatory to learn and play with great technique. Later, I will proceed with earning my doctorate of musical arts to become a professor at a university.
Taylor honored by A&I AlumniFormer band director, Bryce Taylor, will be honored during Javelina homecoming festivities by the Texas A&I Alumni on Saturday in Kingsville.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALICE ISD GRADUATE DONNA ROGERS MONTEMAYOR WINS UT’S OUTSTANDING ALUMNUS AWARD
Congratulations to Alice ISD Graduate for Winning Nobel Prize in Cancer Research
Whitley, grad of 2001, appointed as Secretary of StateGovernor Greg Abbott on Dec. 17 appointed David Whitley as the 112th Secretary of State of Texas. The Secretary of State acts as Texas' chief elections officer and protocol officer for state and international affairs, and serves as liaison for the Governor on Mexican and border affairs. Whitley's appointment fills the vacancy left by outgoing Secretary of State Rolando Pablos.
“David has been an invaluable member of my administration for over a decade, both in my time as Attorney General and during the entirety of my first term as Governor,” said Governor Abbott. “He has a keen understanding of the election process, and has served as a top advisor for international relations within the Office of the Governor. I am confident that in his new role as Secretary of State, David will continue to safeguard the integrity of our elections and maintain Texas’ standing on the international stage.”
David Whitley most recently served as Deputy Chief of Staff for the Governor. Prior to that, Whitley served as Appointments Director. He began working for then-Attorney General Abbott in 2004, serving in various roles including Assistant Deputy Attorney General. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas and volunteers in the UT Law Mentorship Program. A native of Alice, Texas, he received his finance and law degrees from The University of Texas at Austin.