2021-2022 COVID-19 Information

  • Aledo ISD is committed to growing greatness and providing exceptional experiences to all students in a healthy and safe environment. The following protocols are designed to respond to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in our schools and within the requirements issued by the entities that govern school district operations. District officials review data about COVID-19 in our community and state, requirements from state agencies, and guidance from federal, state and local health authorities on a daily basis. We are also in constant review of the impact of COVID-19 on the school district and consider all input from our students, staff and parents.

    As always, Aledo ISD works in partnership with parents, staff and our broader community in support of our students, even in the current challenging environment. As the landscape of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the operation of our schools changes, the protocols in this document may change as well.

Aledo ISD Health and Safety Protocols 2021-2022 - Updated 11-29-21

  • Seek advice from personal medical provider

  • Bearcat Care

  • Self Screening

  • Masks and Face Coverings

  • Vaccinations

  • Physical Distancing

  • Hand Washing and Respiratory Etiquette

  • Cleaning and Disinfecting Facilities

  • Visitors and Volunteers

  • Water Fountains

  • Lab-Confirmed Positive for COVID-19

  • Students and Staff Displaying Symptoms of COVID-19 (at school)

  • Students and Staff Displaying Symptoms of COVID-19 (not at school)

  • Guidance for Close Contacts

  • Notifications

Free District COVID Testing


    Due to circumstances beyond our control, we do not have COVID-19 testing kits for our testing clinics at this time so we are temporarily pausing this service, effective immediately. We expect this will be short term, and we will let you know as soon as the testing clinics resume.

    AISD is offering free COVID-19 testing options. Details below:

    When: Weekday school days for either students or staff (Walk-ins only, no appointments):

    • 4-6 PM Mondays
    • 7:30-8 AM Tuesdays
    • 4-6 PM Wednesdays
    • 7:30-8 AM Thursdays
    • 4-6 PM Fridays

    Where: Nurse’s clinic at Vandagriff Elementary School, located at 408 FM 1187 S in Aledo. Enter through Door #4 that faces Aledo Middle School on the south side of the building (see map below).

    What: Abbott BinaxNOW Rapid Antigen Tests will be performed at this clinic and results should be available in approximately 15-30 minutes.

    Cost: There will be no cost for students or staff for tests at the after-school clinic
    Consent: Consent from parent or guardian will be required for anyone under the age of 18 to receive a COVID-19 test at the after-school clinic. Required forms will be available at the clinic or you can download and print the form here to fill out before arriving.

2021-2022 COVID-19 Dashboard

  • The Aledo ISD COVID-19 Dashboard was created to advise our community about changing conditions as they relate to COVID-19 in the Aledo ISD. These numbers reflect those that have been reported to the Aledo ISD beginning on Monday, August 16, 2021. These numbers will be updated at approximately close of business each weekday.

    Active Lab-Confirmed Positive Cases: Employees - 1; Students - 5
    Students and staff at any facility who has a lab-confirmed positive case that has been reported to the Aledo ISD and whose COVID-19 case is still active.

    Confirmed Recovered Positive Cases: Employees - 73; Students - 506
    Students or staff who were lab-confirmed positive but no longer are symptomatic or under isolation.

    Total Lab-Confirmed Positive Cases: Employees - 74; Students - 511
    All active and confirmed recovered students or staff who were lab-confirmed positive with COVID-19.

AISD COVID-19 Dashboard is updated at the end of the day each Monday that is not a school holiday.

Secondary (6-12) COVID-19 Positives by Classroom

  • A charts below for McAnally Intermediate, Aledo Middle School, Daniel Ninth Grade Campus and Aledo High School list each classroom by class period as well as each extracurricular activity and grade level. In the chart, you will see the last date an individual who has reported to the Aledo ISD as being COVID-19 positive was in class in that classroom/extracurricular activity. If there is no date listed, that means there has not been a COVID-19 positive person in that classroom in the last 10 calendar days. The summary page of your student’s schedule in the Ascender Parent Portal lists classroom numbers for your student.

McAnally Intermediate School

Aledo Middle School

Daniel Ninth Grade Campus

Aledo High School