Local Government Collaborative
Aledo ISD has joined with local city and county government officials and area business leaders to form the Local Government Collaborative.
This initiative is designed to gather these communities and entities together and build continuous communication and collaboration and discuss topics impacting them.
This year, Aledo ISD welcomed more than 400 new students and enrollment surpassed 6,000. Additionally, more than 25 new teaching positions were added this year. Aledo ISD is a fast-growth district and school officials are making adjustments to accommodate with additional staffing and space to ensure a successful learning environment for all students.
The LGC also provides an opportunity for these communities to highlight important initiatives and talk specifically about planning for the continuous growth impacting each city and county. Officials and leaders from Aledo, Annetta, Hudson Oaks, Willow Park, Cresson, Parker County, the East Parker County Chamber of Commerce and the Aledo Education Foundation attended the first meeting on Oct. 2, 2018.
The LGC plans to meet quarterly and to continue conversations regarding topics impacting the communities including legislative priorities, roadways, water and wastewater availability.
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