Aubrey ISD is committed to implementing a comprehensive strategic plan for the Fall of 2017. The journey began this February with members of our community, the AISD Board of Trustees, parents, teachers, students, and staff working together to map out an authentic educational experience for our children. While the Strategic Planning Team and four Design Teams worked, student success, excellence and student interest were at the forefront of their discussions. Last night, the AISD School Board approved the Strategic Plan presented by members of the Strategic Plan Committee. We are very excited about putting the plan into action and the impact it will have on the future of our students.
Thank you to our consultant, Betty Burks for guiding us through the process and encouraging us to focus on what is important. In addition, thank you to everyone in Aubrey, America that gave of your time and energy to help create this new future for our kids.
Click on this link to see the Aubrey ISD Strategic Plan.
Valedictorian, Kaitlyn Wofford is the daughter of John and Jennifer Wofford. She is National Merit Commended and plans on attending the University of North Texas. There, she plans to Major in Biochemistry. Her graduate plans include, earning her PhD or applying to veterinarian school.
Salutatorian, Kalina Histand is the daughter of Ian Histand and Kristine Turner. She is a National Merit Finalist and plans on attending the University of Texas at Dallas. There, she plans to Major in biology and hopes to attend medical school.
Brockett Elementary is proud to announce that we have been awarded the National School of Character Award. This award is a designation and honor that is awarded to schools across the United States that have implemented the 11 principles of character to a level of excellence. As stated by Character.org,“Character education embodies the idea that schools shouldn’t leave character to chance – a school of character does not simply provide academic knowledge to students, it intentionally emphasizes hard work and ethical behavior in academics, interpersonal relations, and community standards. In schools of character, adults embrace their critical role as models.
Teachers work together as professionals—and with parents and community members as partners—to positively shape the social, emotional, and character development of the young people entrusted to them each day. Students in these schools feel safe, respected, and connected to those around them, allowing them to thrive academically and socially and be motivated to give back to their communities.”
Character.org has awarded 326 Promising Practices across 29 states and 5 nations this year. Brockett Elementary has also received the National Promising Practice Award for their Night of Giving. The students, faculty, staff, and parents came together to make items connected to the students’ TEKS and delivered them throughout the community. These included our nursing homes, fire fighters, State School, and Our Daily Bread of Denton.
Brockett Elementary will be closed June 26 - July 9
Official AISD sun shades on sale for only $12.00 each.