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District Announcements
Ebola Information
Aledo ISD has fielded several calls from parents inquiring about the news of Ebola infections in Dallas. We are in contact with the Parker County Health Department and are getting guidance from them in our planned responses. To date, there are no reported cases of any staff, students, or family members connected with Aledo ISD that have been exposed to the Ebola virus or who are in isolation due to a potential exposure.

It is important to point out that, according to health officials, individuals are not considered contagious until symptoms appear. According to the Parker County Health Department there is no risk of infection to staff, students or family members who may have had indirect contact – through multiple degrees of separation – with someone who was potentially exposed or is in isolation. READ MORE.
School Announcements- Making the Moment Count-Every Student Everyday
Parenting University
Aledo ISD Presents PARENTING UNIVERSITY

Two workshops on “Keeping Your Children Safe Online” and “Suicide Awareness” are set for Monday, Nov. 3, at 6:30 p.m. and at 7:00 p.m. A Q&A session will follow at 7:30 p.m. Assistant U.S. District Attorney Aisha Saleem will conduct the Online Safety workshop. AISD Director of Student Services & Safety Scott Kessel will present the Suicide Awareness meeting. The sessions are at the Aledo ISD Administration Building in the Walsh Room, 1008 Bailey Ranch Road.

Parents may submit questions that they would like addressed at https://todaysmeet.com/AISDParentingUniversity. They are encouraged to send questions via this link prior to, during, or after the Parenting University on Nov. 3. Questions can be submitted anonymously.

For more information, contact Scott Kessel, Director of Student Services & Safety, at skessel@aledo.k12.tx.us.
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Red Ribbon Week



Red Ribbon Week: Oct 27-31

Theme is "My Character Counts! I'm Drug-Free!!"
Mon., Oct. 27: "These Paws Don't Touch Drugs!" Bring items for Parker Paws.
Tues., Oct. 28: "Orange You Glad You're Drug Free?"  Wear orange clothing.
Wed., Oct. 29: "My Future is Bright!"  Wear college clothing or dress up as future career.
Thurs., Oct. 30 "Catch the Wave of a Drug Free Life!"  Wear Hawaiian clothing.
Fri., Oct. 31 "Team Up Against Drugs"  Wear team jerseys.

REMEMBER TO FOLLOW AISD DRESS CODE THIS WEEK.

Parker Paws Wish List
Purina Kitten Chow
Any canned cat food
Any kitty litter (clumpy or clay)
Small scratching pads
4Health puppy and dog food
Chew toys for dogs
Dog treats (MADE IN THE USA, PLEASE)

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Time Change
Fall Back on your clocks on Saturday night, November 1.
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Brown Bag Lunch with Dr. Citty

Join Dr. Derek Citty, Aledo ISD superintendent, as he visits Coder on October 29,  for a Brown Bag Lunch. He will discuss the November bond election and the impact it will have on the future of Aledo ISD. All are invited to bring a lunch and join in!
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Student Council Leadership Training
All four AISD Elementary schools, along with students from Aledo Middle School, took Student Council leaders to the TASC Fall Leadership conference at Navo Middle School in Aubrey, Texas, on Oct. 18. The students were part of 440 student leaders from across the Metroplex who participated in leadership workshops and teambuilding activities, as well as donated items for Wounded Warrior Care Packages. Mrs. Jacobs, AMS Student Council sponsor, was elected the TASC Dist. 3 Middle Level Advisor of the year, and will now move on to the state level competition. Way to go, Mrs. Jacobs!  Pictured with Mrs. Kirkpatrick are Macy P. and Abby V.
 


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WatchD.O.G.S.
     

Thank you to Mr. Harbuck and Mr. Trinka for spending the day with us and being a WATCHD.O.G.. We appreciate everything that you do for our Coder Cats.  Hudson H., Kindergartener, and Logan T.,1st grader were excited to have their dad share the day with them.
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Wounded Warriors Parking Signs
Parking Signs for Veterans aims to make the lives of veterans a little easier when they go to a large retail center or discount store. The organization isn’t just about providing a parking space. It’s about saying “Thank you for your service” on a daily basis and in a visible manner.
 
Jerry Hamilton, shown with 2nd grader,  Mikey Melgar, was one of the persons responsible for spearheading the campaign to have the reserved parking spots at the Hudson Oaks Wal-Mart. The project was supported by American Veterans Post 133, Mineral Wells, Texas.  WAY TO GO CODER CAT, MIKEY!
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Election Day
Be sure to vote on Tuesday, November 4.

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AdvoCats Fashion Show
Coder students, Hudson H.'s sister, Harper, Price C., Riley O., Chappell C., Triston F. participated in the AdvoCats Membership Campaign Fashion Show.  Their outfits were provided by the Clothes Closet.  Mrs. Kirkpatrick, our counselor, proudly stands with her students.  Thank you boys and girls for representing Coder with grace and style.
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Pumpkin Decorating Contest
Make memories with the family and have fun with your creative talents as you decorate your pumpkin.
CATEGORIES
Prettiest
Scariest
Funniest
Family (if another person helps 50% or more)
Bring your decorated pumpkin to school on Tuesday, October 28 or Wednesday, Oct. 29.  Students will vote on Thursday, Oct. 30, and winners will be announced on Friday, October 31.

PUMPKINS MUST BE TAKEN HOME FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31 AT 2:45PM, OR THEY WILL BE DISCARDED.
Happy Decorating!!
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Kdg Field Trip
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Kindergarten Field Trip to Mainstay Farm on Friday, Oct. 31.
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Tattoo Sales

Bearcat Tattoo Sales Begin Tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 5.  They are sold every Friday.   Cost is $.50 each.




DATES TO BUY TATTOOS:
Sept. 5,  Sept. 12,  Sept. 26
Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
Nov. 7
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