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Aldine ISD 2018 State of the District

2018-11-01T17:58:39+00:00November 1st, 2018|Community, Events|

At the Aldine ISD 2018 State of the District, Richard Cantú, Deputy Executive Director of East Aldine and President of Aldine Education Foundation, acknowledged key partners in the community who continue to work with Aldine ISD to produce the nations best. Mr. Cantu also spoke about the many scholarships that the Aldine Education Foundation provides [...]

East Aldine District held their monthly board meeting Oct. 16

2018-10-19T15:24:26+00:00October 19th, 2018|About the District, Events, Projects|

The East Aldine District held their monthly board meeting on Tuesday, October 16. There were a number of interesting projects discussed including the town center progress, hiring of the engineering from Cobb-Fendley to study and correct turning radius in major intersections of the district, and the upcoming fall festival. Nataly Perez East Aldine Board [...]

¡Lánzate Houston!

2018-10-08T18:30:01+00:00October 8th, 2018|Community, Events|

¡Lánzate Houston! is BakerRipley's second annual business pitch competition to be held entirely in Spanish with their co-sponsor, the City of Houston - Office of Business Opportunity. This is a unique opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs and existing businesses to showcase the entrepreneurial spirit of the Latino community, and compete for cash and in-kind prizes. The [...]

Harris County Selects New Mass Notification System Provider

2018-10-08T15:40:16+00:00October 8th, 2018|Community, Resources|

The Harris County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management (HCOHSEM) has selected Everbridge as the new mass notification service provider for its Harris County Alerts system which will now be known as Ready Harris Alerts. Everbridge can send messages via text, email, app, voice calls and social media. It also allows for targeted messaging [...]

Harris County Public Health Hosted Family Dinner Day: Bringing Families Together To Prevent Underage Drug and Alcohol Abuse

2018-09-27T22:12:28+00:00September 27th, 2018|Community, Resources|

HOUSTON — This past Saturday, Sept. 22, Harris County Public Health (HCPH) fed 65 people for its first-ever Family Dinner Day. The event was hosted by HCPH’s North Harris County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition, two days ahead of Family Day (Sept. 24) — a national effort to promote family dinners, and other quality time activities, [...]

Paying it Forward: Mayor Turner Requests Donations and Volunteers to Assist Areas Affected by Hurricane Florence.

2018-09-22T02:30:59+00:00September 22nd, 2018|Community, Events, Projects|

HOUSTON - At the direction of Mayor Sylvester Turner, the Houston Relief Hub will coordinate Houston's Paying It Forward Hurricane Relief Response to Hurricane Florence. The Mayor’s Office has made contact with relief groups in the region that are requesting: Cleaning supplies (with bleach) Personal hygiene items Nonperishable food Bottled water Pet food and supplies [...]

All district meetings have been canceled for December, 2018.

Our regular meeting schedule will resume in January, 2019.