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  • Food Drive Flyer

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  • Cans of food

    PTO, STUDENT COUNCIL, AND NJHS are hosting a canned food drive to benefit Parker county November 4th-8th.   All CAT students are encouraged to bring any of the following items:

    Canned meats

    Peanut butter

    Boxed pasta

    Boxed or canned soups

    Canned fruit

    Canned vegetables

    Cereal

    Toiletry items

     

    These items will be delivered to the Center of Hope.  The winning CAT will recieve a donut party.

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  • NJHS Induction Ceremony Information

    NJHS Calendar

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    Girl with flag Are you interested in becoming a member of the awarding winning Aledo Colorguard Cadets? Students may attend an informational meeting on November 11 at the Aledo High School band hall beginning at 6:00 p.m.  All students in grade 6-8 are welcome to participate.  Click here for more information.

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  • word yearbook

     

    Can you find your student in this video?  Watch and see what journalism students have been accomplishing in class.  Please click here to see information about the AMS yearbook.

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  • Request for Legos

     

    Legos

    Seventh grade ELA is in search of Legos to help make a "connection" with sentence structure.  If you have any Legos you would like to donate, please drop them off in the containers by the 7th grade ELA teachers' rooms in the 500 hallway on Open House night.  

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  • Dance Clinic Poster

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    Volleyball and net

    All 7th and 8th grade volleyball games will be played at the Aledo High School gyms.

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  • New Traffic Map for Aledo Middle School and Vandagriff Elementary
    The traffic pattern has changed at Aledo Middle School and Vandagriff Elementary. Please take the time to become familiar with the traffic map. Click here to view/print the map.

    AMS Traffic Flow Map

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  • Clock

    School hours for 2019-2020 are 8:40-4:00. The bell schedule can be found under the About Us link.  

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    People singing

     

    Questions about choir?  Click here to watch an informative video put on by AISD choir students.

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  • 2019-2020 School Year Registration for Current AISD Students
    Parents, please make sure that you have an active Parent Portal account with Aledo ISD. This August, parents will be required to register their child for the upcoming school year through their parent portal account before the student receives their class schedule. If you need the parent portal account number for your child then please contact the school and we will be able to email the parent portal ID number to you.

    The following information will be updated:  registration information, emergency contacts, student directory information release, falsification of documents and identity verification, student residency questionnaire, FERPA and directory information notice, student media release, and military-connected student data. If you have any questions then please contact the school.

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  • A Poet (and now we know it)

    by Olivia Fowler

    Jillian Thornburg, a 12-year-old seventh grader at Aledo Middle School, likes to play video games--just a normal pre-teen, right?  Right, except that Jillian is also a published author.  This winter, Jillian's poem, "Colored Waterfalls" was published after placing in the Creative Communications poetry contest.  Her poem is about the magic of nature and how rare it is to experience its fantasy.  Jillian wants everyone to know, "Anyone can do anything.  As long as you are confident and try, you can do anything.  Anyone can be published."  Congratulations, Jillian--that's how to be the difference.

    Jillian Thornburg

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    Spelling Bee Winners

     

    Spelling Bee Winners

     

    This year's spelling bee was the longest in recent school history.  The students went 36 rounds, exhausting all study words and moving onto additional words.  Luke Shelton was the winner with the championship word, disembark.  Ibrahim Choudhry was the runner-up.  Congratulations to all who participated.

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  • Yearbook Banner

    Click here to order your AMS yearbook. Contact Kristie Vandergriff if you have any questions.

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  • Questions about AMS policies and procedures?                                    

    If you have questions about AMS policies and procedures, click here for an informational video

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