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Posts published in “Day: March 15, 2022

Daryle Freeman, Linda Nigro named top AISD educators

Aldine ISD Superintendent Dr. LaTonya M. Goffney is pictured at center with Aldine ISD’s Secondary Teacher of the Year Daryle Freeman and AISD’s Elementary Teacher of the Year Linda Nigro. Also pictured at left are LaShon Ormand from Amplify, and at right AISD Board member Rose Avalos and Richard Cantu, President of the Aldine Education Foundation.

LaDon Ward, Christi Van Wassenhove are top principals

ALDINE – Aldine ISD celebrated its top teachers and principals at the Educator of the Year Breakfast, held Friday, March 11 at the Hyatt Regency Houston Intercontinental Hotel. This year’s theme was “Garden Tea Party.”

Aldine ISD Trustees, district administrators, campus administrators, teachers and business partners donned their best high team ware to celebrate Aldine’s top educators.

Daryle Freeman of Davis High School was named the district’s Secondary Teacher of the Year, while Linda Nigro of Vardeman Primary School was named the district’s Elementary Teacher of the Year. Freeman is the choir director at Davis High School and Nigro is a physical education teacher at Vardeman Primary School.

The four Teacher of the Year finalists were Chantil Gill of Kujawa Elementary School, Jordy Rios of Oleson Elementary School, Carissa Clohessy of Drew Academy and Mackenzie Cho of MacArthur High School.

For the third consecutive year, the district also announced it Rookie Educators of the Year. Griselda Calvo of Hinojosa Primary School was named the Rookie Elementary Teacher of the Year, while Brandon Jordan was named the Rookie Secondary Teacher of the Year.

In addition, Aldine ISD’s Principals of the Year and Rookie Principal of the Year were also announced.

Authorities close Baywatch Event

ALDINE – An event hosting more than 3,000 people was shut down last Saturday night after officials from the Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office said its promoter did not have a permit to have that many people in attendance.

The function took place at the Maya Lagoon Park in the 2000 block of Connorvale Road in Aldine.

According to officials, residents in that neighborhood began complaining as thousands of event-goers began flocking to the park for the Baywatch Weekend event.

Officials from the HCFMO were called and issued a stop-work order on the event. Those in attendance were asked to leave the property immediately, which caused heavy traffic throughout that area for some time afterward.

Various videos across social media under the hashtag #BaywatchWeekend show the thousands of people partying while surrounding a pool.

Sheriff’s Storefront Office has Reopened

Public Safety Meeting on March 24

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office Storefront at the East Aldine Town Center Building has reopened to the public. The office is located in the East Aldine District Building, on East Aldine Amphitheater Drive, off Aldine Mail Route.

The East Aldine District will host the Harris County Sheriff’s Office in a Public Safety Community Forum Meeting on Thursday, March 24 starting at 6:30 pm in the East Aldine District Office Building, 2909 East Aldine Amphitheatre Drive. The public is invited, please RSVP and send questions for discussion, to info@aldinedistrict.org.