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  • Hats off to Dr. Seuss celebrity reading
    Hats off to Dr. Seuss celebrity reading
    Celebrity Reading by Superintendent Dr. Carl Scarbrough.
  • Secretary of State visits with AHS seniors
    Secretary of State visits with AHS seniors
    SOS David Whitley makes stop at AHS
  • SOS with Superintendent Dr. Carl Scarbrough
    SOS with Superintendent Dr. Carl Scarbrough
    Secretary of State David Whitley with Dr. Scarbrough.
  • Parent Conference in Robstown
    Parent Conference in Robstown
    Alice ISD won the spirit trophy for second year in a row.
  • Legendary Marshmallow Cats took Third Place
    Legendary Marshmallow Cats took Third Place
    Destination Imagination Regional Competition.
  • M D Cancer hosts
    M D Cancer hosts
    Awareness of smoking, vapor, snuff and other habits.
  • Parent Conference
    Parent Conference
    Alice ISD Parent and Engagement Conference
  • Parent and Family Engagement Conference
    Parent and Family Engagement Conference
    Conference guest speaker
  • Powerlifting State Champs
    Powerlifting State Champs
    5A State Champs
  • Autism Training
    Autism Training
    Autism Training
Alice ISD Bond Information Sessions
Alice ISD is hosting a series of community information sessions regarding the Alice ISD May 4, 2019 Bond Election.
We invite you to attend and provide us feedback at any one of the following sessions:

o March 19 Salazar at 6 p.m.
o March 20 Central Office board room at 6 p.m.
o March 21 Hillcrest at 6 p.m.
o March 26 Memorial at 6 p.m.

Election Postings can be found at link below https://www.aliceisd.net/school-board-f90a02d1

FORM OF BALLOT
The official ballots for said election shall be prepared in accordance with the Texas Election Code so as to permit the electors to vote "FOR" or "AGAINST" the aforesaid PROPOSITION, with the ballots to contain such provisions, markings, and language as required by law, and with such PROPOSITION to be expressed substantially as follows:

ALICE I.S.D. PROPOSITION A

THE ISSUANCE OF $20,790,000 OF BONDS TO FINANCE THE CONSTRUCTION OF IMPROVEMENTS AND RENOVATIONS TO, AND EQUIPPING OF, EXISTING SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN ALICE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, AND LEVYING THE TAX IN PAYMENT THEREOF.
  • 2019 ELECTION REQUIRED POSTING/INFO/REQUIREMENTS/FORM
    2019 ELECTION REQUIRED POSTING/INFO/REQUIREMENTS/FORM
  • Hillcrest Elementary Bond Session Presentation
    Hillcrest Elementary Bond Session Presentation
  • William Adams Middle School Staff Bond Session
    William Adams Middle School Staff Bond Session
    Bond sessions
  • Alice High School bond session
    Alice High School bond session
    Bond session
  • Salazar Elementary bond session
    Salazar Elementary bond session
    bond session
  • Parent Conference Bond booth
    Parent Conference Bond booth
    David Flores, Chief Financial Officer, at bond booth.
  • Dubose Intermediate Bond Session
    Dubose Intermediate Bond Session
    Dubose staff
  • Noonan Elementary Bond Session
    Noonan Elementary Bond Session
    Bond Session
  • Saenz Elementary Bond Session
    Saenz Elementary Bond Session
    Bond Session
  • Memorial Intermediate Bond Session
    Memorial Intermediate Bond Session
    Bond Session
  • Saenz Elementary Parent Bond Session
    Saenz Elementary Parent Bond Session
    Saenz parents.
  • Schallert Elementary Bond Session
    Schallert Elementary Bond Session
    Bond Session
  • Whitley, grad of 2001, appointed as Secretary of State
    Whitley, grad of 2001, appointed as Secretary of State
    Governor 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.
  • Taylor honored by A&I Alumni
    Taylor honored by A&I Alumni
    Former 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 DONNA ROGERS MONTEMAYOR WINS UT’S OUTSTANDING ALUMNUS AWARD
  • Congratulations to Alice ISD Graduate for Winning Nobel Prize in Cancer Research
    Congratulations to Alice ISD Graduate for Winning Nobel Prize in Cancer Research
  • Wysocki Appointed by Governor
    Wysocki Appointed by Governor
    Governor Greg Abbott appointed Ashley Bradford Wysocki to the 254th Judicial District Court for a term set to expire on December 31, 2020, or until her successor shall be duly elected and qualified.
    Ashley Wysocki of Dallas is an attorney at Fox Rothschild LLP. Wysocki attended Alice ISD schools.
    She is a member of the American Bar Association, Dallas Bar Association, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, and the State Bar of Texas and its Family Law Section. She is a former member of the Lubbock County Young Lawyers and West Texas Bankruptcy Association. Additionally, she is a former member of the American Red Cross South Plains Regional Chapter Board of Directors. Wysocki received a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology from The University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Business Administration and Juris Doctor degree from Texas Tech University.
    This appointment is subject to Senate confirmation.
  • Alvarez Receives Engineering Leadership Award
    Alvarez Receives Engineering Leadership Award
    Joe W. Alvarez was the recipient of the Professional Service To Students Award at the Annual Civil Engineering Conference (CECON). This award is conferred upon an engineering leader for meritorious service to the Texas Section by actively participating in one or more of the Texas-Mexico Regional Conference’s Student Chapters.
    He is currently Grand Knight of St. Joseph Council #3169 of the Knights of Columbus and Faithful Navigator of St. Joseph Fourth Degree Assembly #1121. In addition, Joe serves as a board member of the Texas A&I Alumni Association, Advisory Member of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity-Beta Epsilon Alumni Association, Hub City Association, Inc. and board member of the Jim Wells County Historical Commission. Alvarez is also a graduate of Alice High School, Class of 2005.
DUAL CREDIT MEETING
Interested in Dual Credit? Join us at a meeting on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Alice High School Library. This meeting is for students and parents interested in obtaining information about dual credit for summer 2019 and fall 2019. Hope to see you there!
Adult Education
Adult Education Literacy (AEL) Program -- Crossroads
Education Service Center, Region 2 (ESC-2) is pleased to announce the launch of our Adult Education Literacy (AEL) program! This program, formerly provided by our partner in education at Del Mar College (DMC), will now be offered through ESC-2.

https://www.esc2.net/

https://crossroads.esc2.net/
  • Teen of the Week March 4 - 8
    Teen of the Week March 4 - 8
    Name: Haylee Perez
    Parents: Cesar Nunez & Monica Perez
    Educational/Future Plans: I plan on attending Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi to get
    my Bachelors of Science of Nursing (BSN), join their nursing program to be an RN, while getting my Master's degree, to then work at a trauma center.
    Accomplishments/Honors: Honors band, National Honors Society, Coyote Scholar (ranked 6th of 275), I also received my CNA at age 16.
  • Teen of the Week March 11 - 15
    Teen of the Week March 11 - 15
    Name: Myra Perez
    Parents: Rodolfo Perez Jr. (Father) Janice Perez (Mother)
    Educational or Future Plans: I plan on attending college and becoming an art therapist or opening my own art studio to teach people art.
    Clubs and Officer Positions: Women's Varsity Choir Lady Coyotes Varsity Soccer National Honors Society FFA Accomplishments/Honors: Soccer Honorable Mention 2016-2017 All-Region Treble Choir 2016-2017 Soccer Honorable Mention 2017-2018 UIL STATE Solo-Ensemble (Choir) 2018 All-Region Treble Choir 2018-2019 UIL STATE Solo-Ensemble (Choir) 2019.
  • Teen of the Week March 18 - 22
    Teen of the Week March 18 - 22
    • Name: Mariel Esmeralda Zambrano
    • Parents: Juan Diego and Carla Zambrano
    • Educational or Future Plans: I plan to attend the University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio in the fall of 2019, to pursue a bachelor's degree of Science in Nursing. After I complete my bachelor's degree, I plan to obtain my Masters in Nursing and pursue a career as a Nurse Anesthetist.