Stuard Elementary School
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Students at Stuard Elementary honored veterans this morning with a breakfast and program for students' family members who have served. Pictured above, the school choir performed the national anthem.
Randy Keck/The Community NewsGrant Evans and Emma Nelson were Coaches for a Day at Stuard Elementry School last Friday. Find out how they earned the honor in the Oct. 12 issue of The Community News.
The Aledo basketball teams played Azle on Friday, Jan. 13. Scenes include Ladycat action under the basket, crowd cheering the state champion Aledo Bearcat basketball team, and scenes from Stuard Elementary School's Teams of Tomorrow.
See the Jan. 20 issue of The Community News for full coverage of Friday's basketball games.
Thursday, Dec. 8, is an early-release date for staff development for all Aledo ISD schools. Elementary schools will dismiss at 11 a.m., and secondary campuses will dismiss at noon. All Pre-K and PPCD program students will ride the bus to school for A.M. classes only and release at 11 a.m. Secondary classes (grades 6-12) will release at noon. Buses will run accordingly to accommodate these schedules.
Dominic Genetti/The Community News: Students at Stuard Elementary were given a presentation by local Drug Enforcement Agency officers for red ribbon week. Students were told about different situations that officials run into on a daily basis to stop drug activity.
Stuard Elementary School hosted "Grandparents Day" events last week (Sept. 6-10). Shown are some the grandparents who visited their favorite students.
June Lancarte/Special to The Community News: Gracie-Barry
June Lancarte/Special to The Community News: Julia-Kisor
June Lancarte/Special to The Community News: Miles and Riley Grubbs
June Lancarte/Special to The Community News: Sarah-Jenkins
Concerns about safety and student computer use are not new to parents or school districts. In an effort to increase the safety of our community, Aledo ISD will host a representative from the U.S. Department of Justice to address Internet Safety on Tuesday, Sept. 21. The presentation is in the Aledo High School Distance Learning Lab at 6 p.m.
This event is part of Aledo’s second annual “CyberSmart Week.” Each day during the week, Sept. 20-24, students will be given instruction on issues related to safe, ethical, and successful computer use. The nonprofit www.Cybersmart.org Web site will form the basis of this instruction. It provides grade-level appropriate information in five areas:
S - Safety and Security Online
M - Manners, Cyberbullying, and Ethics