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Posts published in “Day: May 31, 2011

East Aldine District to start work on Water service for Inwood Phase II

NORTHEAST– East Aldine District hosted a meeting last Tuesday, May 24 at 6:30 pm at Escamilla School, to inform homeowners in the Inwood Place Phase 2 area about details of their new water service.
East Aldine is working with the Harris County Public Infrastructure Department, to bring city water to about 100 homes in the area that have had wells until now.
New water lines will be built on Hartwick and Allwood Streets, and homeowners will have the opportunity to connect to them. However, they will have to agree to abandon their present wells, because the city is mandated to use surface water instead of underground sources, to reduce subsidence.

After the homes are connected to the new water lines, they will become customers of the City of Houston Water Department, paying reduced rates. More information is available from East Aldine’s Richard Cantu, 281-595-1220.

Aldine ISD now has on-line classes to finish high scholl

We are excited to announce that the Aldine ISD Virtual School Department, in conjunction with the Texas Virtual School Network (TxVSN), will be providing online courses to all eligible Aldine ISD students for a nominal $25.00 administration fee. This program is restricted to AISD students who are seeking credit recovery, original credit, or dual credit courses.
Please check the TxVSN website for course start dates
The Texas Virtual School Network (TxVSN) will allow eligible students to take up to two online high school courses this summer. A $25.00 administration fee will be charged for each course taken.

Student Eligibility: Students must meet all of the following eligibility requirements in order to qualify for free online TxVSN courses:
-Student has successfully completed the 8th grade.
-Student was enrolled in an AISD school in the 10-11 school year.
-Student is eligible to enroll in an AISD school for the 11-12 school year.
-Student was younger than 21 on September 1, 2010.
-Student has not already graduated high school.
Course satisfies a curriculum requirement for graduation.
Students must go through their school counselor in order to enroll in these courses. For a list of course offerings go to:
Should you have any questions that are not answered on the TxVSN website, please feel free to contact the Virtual School Department at 281-985-6034 or email Raylene Truxton at