View presentations made to parents on the Aldine Coordinating Committee along with administrators on December 1, 2004. These presentations identify common behavior problems found at different grade levels in the Aldine Independent Schools.
View a list of acronyms used by the district. The district is providing this list to make it easier for parents to use as a reference guide.
Because parents play such an important role in educating children, Aldine ISD has provided links to Web sites that parents may find helpful. If you are interested in general informaton about Aldine ISD, our schools, programs and services, please return to the Aldine ISD Home Page.
Texas Department of State Health Services
An agency of the Texas Health and Human Services System.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Your Online Source for Credible Health Information.
Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services
HCPHES is encouraging everyone to get their influenza vaccination this flu season please take a moment to review the attached posters and brochures and please consider distributing them to your students, parents, faculty and staff
No Child Left Behind
This link is a gateway to important information for parents about the new national education law, No Child Left Behind.
Texas Education Agency
If you are interested in the performance of school districts and schools across Texas, or want information about the State Board of Education and state policies, rules and statutes that govern education in Texas, then click on this link.
Region IV Education Service Center is the largest of 20 state service centers established by the Texas Legislature in 1967 to provide school districts with professional development, training and technical assistance that support statewide goals for school improvement.
Department of Public Safety
Here, you’ll discover volumes of information including an on-line services link to help you find important safety information about your neighborhood.
Classroom and Discipline Management Information
If you are interested in learning how a dynamic group of secondary assistant principals are leading the charge of creating and supporting successful classroom and behavior management in Aldine Independent School District this school year, please click on this link.
This link is a gateway to Houston City Council members, Texas Senators and Representatives, and United States Congressional representatives whose districts cover portions of Aldine Independent School District.
Additionally, United States Senators are listed. Links to websites of these government representatives are also provided for access to information such as maps to help residents of Aldine ISD identify their elected officials.
Helping Children Learn
This link provided by the Title I Department provides families with age/grade level (PK-12) appropriate newsletters that offer ideas and suggestions to bridge the home- school connection.
Ayudando a los Niños a Aprender
Este enlace suministrado por el Departamento de Título I, proporciona a las familias boletines informativos a nivel de grado apropiado (PK-12) que ofrecen ideas y sugerencias creando vínculos entre el hogar y la escuela.
Texas Homeless Education Office
This page provides a
general overview of the provisions in the McKinney-Vento Act for educating children and youth who are in homeless situations. Aldine’s Homeless Liaison is April Weisedel and may be contacted by calling 281-985-6411 or email [email protected]
Dyslexia Resources for Parents
The Texas Education Agency provides the following resources for parents.
Dyslexia and Related Disorders
This page includes resources to assist in identifying and providing services for students with dyslexia and related disorders in Texas schools. In addition to this page, information is available through the dyslexia contacts at each of the 20 regional education service centers and the state dyslexia contact at Region 10. We welcome any suggestions you may have that will improve this page.
Response to Intervention
Response to Intervention (RtI) is an approach that schools use to help all students, including struggling learners. The RtI approach gives Texas students opportunities to learn and work at their grade level. The idea is to help all students be successful.
Parent and Family Resources
Community Parent Resource Centers, Education Service Center (ESC) Technical Assistance, Guidance on ARD Guide Production and Required Dissemination, Guidance on Revocation of Parental Consent for Special Education Services, Guidance on Procedural Safeguards Production and Required Dissemination, and Parent Training and Information (PTI) Projects
Provision of Services for Students with Dyslexia and Related Disorders
This page provides local education agencies (LEAs) with guidance and clarification regarding the provision of services to students identified with dyslexia.
Assessments for Students with Disabilities
The Texas Assessment Program is a statewide testing program that includes STAAR©, STAAR Spanish, and STAAR Alternate 2. In addition, online embedded supports (i.e., content and language supports, oral administration via text-to-speech, and spelling assistance) are available on STAAR for eligible students. Information about these embedded supports and other designated supports can be found on the Accommodation Resources webpage.
The community partners link is your gateway to community organizations that have formed partnerships with Aldine ISD to support student learning.
Aldine Pathfinder District is the Scouting District for Explorers, Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts who attend Aldine schools or live in the Aldine community.
Contact: Zulema Reyna, District Executive
Girl Scouts programs are adapted to meet the developmental, educational, emotional and social needs of girls at five age levels in the Aldine area.
Contact: Jo Anna Harris
Aldine Council of PTAs works with PTA and PTO chapters to raise funds for scholarships, promote parent involvement and strengthen communication between school and home.
Contact: Shirley Reed
Aldine-Greenspoint YMCA provides after-school programs, licensed child care services and a variety of opportunities to build stronger kids, stronger families and stronger Aldine communities.
Contact: Ralph Wheeler