Memorial Intermediate School

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Allision Garcia, Eva Gallagher, Lucinda Alvarado- A Night At The Oscars

Girls during P.E. classes walked laps in honor of "Child Abuse Awareness Week"

Child Abuse Prevention Balloon Release

Aleazar Trejo, Alauraly Gonzalez, Rogelio Salas

"Walk in My Shoes to Bring Light to Child Abuse" during their P.E. classes.

Awesome Job Girls P.E. "Walk in My Shoes to Bring Light to Child Abuse" Girls P.E. Coaches: Ms. G. Garza & Mrs. T. Valdez

Trent Gonzalez & Jason Guerra "A Night At The Oscars"

Students listen as Principal, Mrs. K. Rodriguez addresses the students as to what we will be honoring for the month of April

Angel Gonzalez & Adrian Garcia, "A Night at The Oscars"

Darrien Rogers & John Gonzalez "A Night At The Oscars"

Mrs. Emma Menchaca, CPS worker for The Rainbow Room from the McAllen area came to speak with our students about "Child Abuse Awareness" 

Boys P.E. walking laps in honor of "Child Abuse Awareness Week"

Marisa Yvette Garcia-Utley, for State Representative District 43 & Principal at Memorial Intermediate, Mrs. Kim Rodriguez

April-Child Abuse Prevention Balloon Release

"Pinwheel Garden" at Memorial Intermediate School...Help make our garden grow by purchasing a blue pinwheel to support and give HOPE to an abused child.

Ms. Marisa Yvette Garcia-Utley, for State Representative District 43 speaks to the students at our Child Abuse Prevention Assembly & Balloon release.

Way to Go! Memorial Intermediate Boys P.E. walked laps for "Child Abuse Awareness Week" Coaches: Mr. Joe A. Gonzalez & Mr. J. Hernandez

Daniella Sepulveda, Maisie Garcia-A Night At The Oscars"

Ms. J. Mesa & Mrs. E. Menchaca "The Rainbow Room"

Mrs. E. Menchaca "The Rainbow Room"& Mrs E. Saenz "Assistant Principal"

News & Announcements

District Evaluation of Community & Student Engagement (Parent Survey)

Compliance (TEC 39.0545-Section 46 of HB 5)
 
Alice ISD is conducting an evaluation of selected programs and would like to invite parents to participate in a school survey. As per Texas Education Code 39.0545-Section 46 of House Bill 5, districts are required to evaluate their performance at the district and campus level in 8 areas of community and student engagement and in 1 area of policy compliance.
 
Parents we need your input. If you have children that attend different campuses within Alice ISD please complete a survey for each school. Upon your request, you are welcome to  complete a hard copy of the survey that can be turned in at the campus. Your responses are very important to us and we appreciate your participation.

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