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Alief Points of Pride

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  • Alief Early College High School student Jamin Scott is headed to the finals on The Voice Snapchat. Jamin, who was selected to Team Alicia out of 20,000 auditions, will be competing against three finalists from the other coaches’ teams this Sunday.
  • Petrosky Elementary student Keandrea Travis received a scholarship to the Debbie Allen Dance Academy in Los Angeles. The scholarship will go towards a four-week intensive dance training. She was one out of four Texas dancers to be awarded this scholarship.
  • O’Donnell Middle School student Razan Mishref was the winner of the 2017 Houston Bar Association poster contest celebrating the 14th Amendment. The competition was fierce with over 500 entries.  Razan won a cash prize and her poster will go on to the State Law Week Contest.
  • Alief FFA student Annalisa Romero (Hastings) placed first with her longhorn heifer and third with her steer at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. Christian Macedo (Elsik) placed second with his longhorn heifer and also placed second with his bull. Cameran Emory (Elsik) placed fourth with his longhorn heifer and sixth with his steer.
  • The Elsik High School Revelliers scored Division I on all of its routines at the Miss Dance Drill Team State Competition. The group also received the Super Sweepstakes Award and the Best in Classification award, which means that the Elsik Revelliers were the best in the small team category at that competition.
  • Staff members across Alief have been receiving donations from generous community members. Through DonorsChoose.org, Miller Intermediate teacher Alissa Wells received violins, Best Elementary teacher Karen Perez received backpacks for current and incoming students, Taylor High School teacher Arielle Brooks received genetic analysis materials, and Martin Elementary teacher Jose Cintron received math game resources. Martin Elementary’s Chrissie Janak received funding through DonorsChoose.org for access to hundreds of eBooks and Jessica Bennett received grants towards Early Bird Brain Boosters and equipment installation. Hicks Elementary teachers Tina St. Clair, Brianne McGee and Dawn Sims were awarded grants for their projects through Donor’s Choose. Hicks Elementary teacher Dunja Zdero coordinated a fundraiser with First Books & DD Discounts to raise over $2,000 in classroom library books for the school.  The Miller Intermediate Dual Language Program received a Target field trip grant, which allows the school’s dual language students to visit Dewberry Farm.
2017-04-06T12:02:36+00:00 April 6th, 2017|Alief ISD, Community News, IMD News|0 Comments

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