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  • Tennis Anyone?
    Tennis Anyone?
    Tennis Camp started on Monday, July 15 at Alice High School tennis courts.
  • Coyote Book Mobile
    Coyote Book Mobile
    Cody Almendarez was caught reading during his summer break.
  • Air Force ROTC recognition by Mayor and Council
    Air Force ROTC recognition by Mayor and Council
    Alice High School ROTC was recognized by Alice Mayor Jolene Vanover and Council members.
  • Session 1: Foundational Leadership Training
    Session 1: Foundational Leadership Training
    Participants will know the foundations of impactful school leadership that promote teacher effectiveness and student achievement.
  • Code to the Future Kick off
    Code to the Future Kick off
    Principals, assistant principals and administrators kick off Code to the Future, a computer science immersion program.
  • 2019 Summer Track
    More than 200 participants.
  • Basketball summer camp
    Summer camp at Alice High School.
  • Volleyball mini camp
    Volleyball mini camp
    Volleyball Mini Camp at Alice High School.
  • 2019 Readers' Choice Winners
    2019 Readers' Choice Winners
    Alice ISD received 8 Readers' Choice Awards.
  • 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 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.
  • Martin Cantu Jr. Finished the Boston Marathon
    Martin Cantu Jr. Finished the Boston Marathon
    Cantu finished the Boston Marathon April 15 - Class of 1999.
Attention Substitute Teachers
Attention Substitute Teachers
Accepting applications.
Pathway For Student Success: Strategic Planning 2030
1. Instructional Model Task Force led by Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Anna Holmgreen is focusing on defining the Alice model of instruction. A large part of that has begun with the Portrait of a Graduate committee which is made up of community members, staff members, parents, and students. The Portrait of a Graduate focuses on the qualities that make our graduates primed for success in today's competitive world and reflects the district's mission and vision in terms of student outcomes. The committee has reviewed various skills and competencies that are important for students success such as problem-solving, collaboration, and communication to name a few. Statements will be written and a visual will be created to communicate this portrait. These skills will become the "why" of what we do as a district and will become part of our instructional design.
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Another large part of this task force will be the creation of Unit at Glance documents this summer. Teachers, Instructional Facilitators, and Directors of Instructional Services will work together to build and refine those documents which will help teachers plan and align rigorous instruction and targeted assessment practices.
We look forward to the completion of the portrait of a graduate and the curriculum documents which will be a vital part of our pathway to students success.

2. Effective Workforce Task Force (Elida DeLeon, director of Human Resources)
This task force concentrates on teacher recruitment and retention along with professional development and training. They look at career pathways from Master Teachers to Instructional Facilitators. Other topics include competitive salaries, accountability, child care and affordable housing for staff.
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3. Safe and Secure Task Force (Willie Ruiz, Chief Operations Officer)
The safety of Alice ISD students are a priority. The safe and secure task force prepares emergency operations implemented in our district through standard response protocol, actions plans and drills. They also establish county and city partnerships, student and student culture and restorative discipline practices.

4. Community Partners Task Force (Ofelia Hunter, Public Information Officer)
Through varies means of communication, partnerships are reached through parental involvement such as activities, events and training. Communication involves public information services, social media and marketing tools. Other partners include rapport with higher education, businesses, and city and county leaders. This task force will assist to spearhead the Alice Education Foundation to better serve our teachers and staff.

5. Facilities Task Force (David Flores, Chief Finance Officer)
The Master Facilities Planning will take us into 2030 by implementing efficient business policies, procedures and practices. Financial oversight is imperative and staffing patterns. The task force oversees inventory acquisitions and control and property management.