Please watch the video below if your student is interested in being a part of Aledo Colorguard.
PE students can enter the code below to have access to Google Classroom for their PE classes.
The library has almost 200 ebooks for students to access through their Destiny account. Students will log in using their lunch number for both the username and password. Once you are at the search screen, just search for ebooks. Let me know if you have any questions by emailing me at email@example.com.
Click here to access Destiny.
Audible is now offering free resources to students. Click here for more information.
There will be a clinic for athletes to have a physical at Aledo High School on April 8th from 4:00-6:30 p.m.
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.
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.
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.