The Connections Mentoring Program of Aledo ISD helps to empower youth in our community to make positive life choices that enable them to maximize their potential. The mentoring program uses adult volunteers to commit to supporting, guiding, and being a friend to a young person for a period of at least one year. By becoming part of the social network of adults and community members who care about the youth, the mentor can help youth develop and reach positive academic, career, and personal goals.
The Aledo PTO is a district-wide organization supporting the staff and students of the Aledo ISD and supplementing the needs of each school within the boundaries of the Aledo ISD. It is made up of four executive officers, campus representatives, committee chairs, Aledo ISD staff, parents, grandparents, and more. Anyone who is a parent, grandparent, protector, guardian, and/or a person who employed by Aledo ISD is eligible to become a member.
For more information, visit https://aledopto.membershiptoolkit.com/
Aledo Children’s AdvoCats is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization led by women volunteers committed to raising charitable funds to help fulfill and aid unmet needs of children and their families in the Aledo area.
Established in 2002, the Aledo Children’s AdvoCats organization has donated more than $1,000,000 to our community. One-hundred percent of monies raised through fundraising are used towards charitable efforts, such as medical, dental and vision expenses, counseling, career and technical education courses, living expenses, clothing needs, and crisis intervention.
For more information, visit https://aledoadvocats.com/
The Aledo ISD Education Foundation was established by business, civic and community leaders to support the mission of the Aledo Independent School District by supporting innovative educational projects and activities that are beyond traditional funding and/or for which tax dollars cannot be expended. Foundation funds will be used for educational enrichment programs such as innovative grants and programs to enhance student achievement, to recognize exemplary staff involvement and to foster community support and involvement.
For more information, visit https://www.aledoef.org/
The SilverCats program is designed for community members who are 55 years and older. The program provides members an opportunity to learn more about the district, free admission to all home Aledo ISD events and the chance to become volunteers and mentors.
Aledo ISD will host special SilverCats events during the school year providing members a chance to engage with staff and students. The District also stays connected with the SilverCats through special newsletters for members.
For more information, visit https://www.aledoisd.org/Page/5344
The Center of Hope provides short- and long-term poverty assistance for Parker County, Aledo, and Weatherford.
Programs include food assistance, education and career development programs, family empowerment programs, and ministry.
For more information, visit https://centerofhopetx.com/
The Children's Advocacy Center of Parker County coordinates the collaborative efforts between Child Protective Services, law enforcement, and prosecution, in the investigation of child abuse cases by providing specialized forensic interviews, therapeutic recovery services for the victim and their families, medical evaluations, and victim support and advocacy. They will also provide education for schools and communities on child abuse.
For more information, visit https://www.cacparkercounty.org/
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