According to recently published reports, the Aldine School District received the highest rating of “Superior Achievement” under Schools FIRST (Financial Accountability Rating System of Texas) and four out of five stars in the 2012 Financial Allocation Study for Texas. The FIRST rating demonstrates the quality of AISD’s financial management and reporting system. The district’s rating [...]
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The Aldine community bid farewell to the Aldine Scholarship Foundation (ASF), and welcomed the Aldine Education Foundation during a luncheon at the Hyatt North Houston Hotel on Wednesday, Sept. 12. Aldine ISD Superintendent Dr. Wanda Bamberg announced the formation of the Aldine Education Foundation at the ASF Community Star Luncheon, held in honor of the [...]
Aldine ISD will host financial aid and college admission information workshops in September to help parents and students better understand these processes. The information will also be available in Spanish. The workshops will be held at 7 p.m. on the following dates at the following locations:
Dr. Keith Clark, Aldine ISD’s retired assistant superintendent of finance, received TASBO’s highest honor. At its Annual Conference in March, the Texas Association of School Business Officials (TASBO) recognized Clark as the 2012 Commitment to Excellence Award winner. Each year, TASBO selects an outstanding TASBO member, who demonstrates consistent leadership within the organization and the [...]
Aldine ISD received the highest rating of “Super Achievement” under Schools FIRST (Financial Accountability Rating System of Texas). The district’s rating is based on an analysis of data reported for the 2009-2010 school year. The Texas Education Agency (TEA) reviewed all areas of the district’s financial management system according to 24 indicators. A negative response [...]
During the fall semester, the Aldine Scholarship Foundation received two large monetary donations.
The Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston (AMCH) donated $2,500 to ASF, while Aldine ISD and Lone Star College-North Harris each donated $10,000 to the scholarship foundation.
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) recently deemed Aldine ISD’s Collaborative Monitoring and Intervention Model program a Best Practice.