The Aledo Learning Center presented 24 students at its graduation exercises at the Daniel Ninth Grade Campus June 1.
They are: Robert Lindsay Chandler, Tyler John Domingue, Brian Patrick Doyle, Kailey Dawn Bruner Duke, Zachary Ray Flores, Patricia Ann Freeman, Jacob Dylan Haynes, Allison Paige Hudnall, Lainey Elizabeth Jackson, Tessa Dawn Justus, Erika Christine Malone, Tristan James Penrod, Abram Pineda, Darrin Dale Pringle, Stacy Ann Sieben, Josey LeRae Slaugh, Brieanna Marie Steinway, Tyler James Stewart, Mallory Dianne Thomasson, Martin Mario Valadez, Babee Nazifa Wafayee, Madalynn Brooke Webster, McKenna Anais Williams and Daulton Trey Wyche-Kabella.
“Aledo ISD offers learning environments that match the potential for all of its students,” said ALC Principal Ron Miller. “The Learning Center provides the appropriate curriculum, schedules and classroom arrangements, so our students can develop the personal responsibility and self-discipline needed to earn high-school diplomas.
“These students have worked hard to reach this achievement, and we wish them the best in the future,” he said.
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Count of area homeless youth begins Monday
ACH Child and Family Services, Tarrant County Homeless Coalition, Crossroads Youth Ministries of Parker County and University of Texas-Arlington are conducting the first ever youth count in Tarrant and Parker counties for unaccompanied youth, ages 13-24, in unstable living arrangements (i.e., shelters, streets, couch surfing).
CASA seeks 100 new advocates to represent children in CPS care
In Spanish, casa means home, but for thousands of abused and neglected children, it’s an acronym that has even more meaning – it’s the hope of finally finding a safe, permanent home where they can thrive.
Spivack to speak at PCRW event
Parker County Republican Women will have Loren Spivack as the March 13 luncheon meeting guest speaker.
State education board candidates in runoff
Tuesday’s voting tallies signified an extremely tight race for State Board of Education District 11 candidates in the Republican primary.
Renfro in runoff for job he didn’t want
Precinct 4 Commissioner Dusty Renfro, who unexpectedly scored 1,213 votes in Tuesday’s Republican Primary while campaigning for an opponent, is still trying to lose his job on the Parker County Commissioners’ Court.
Area council, school board filings
Filings for school board and city council elections in May ended last Friday. Here are the filings for area city council seats open in May:
ALEDO – Patricia Weckel, 60, died Tuesday, March 4, 2014, surrounded by family at her home in Aledo.
This time, Riley cruises past McKay in judge’s race
County Judge Mark Riley knocked it out of the park against challenger Cary McKay in final but unofficial returns in Tuesday night’s Republican primary, securing 62 percent of the total votes cast with a final count of 7,524 to 4,670.
Dugan, Renfro in runoff for Pct. 4 Commissioner
The three-way race for Precinct 4 commissioner will end in a May 27 Republican primary runoff with front-runner Steve Dugan — who received 1,776 votes — facing incumbent Dusty Renfro, a candidate who told voters he didn’t want the job but got 1,213 votes anyway. Fred Hammons received 704 votes.
Barnwell edges Vick; Brunson claims win
Running for an office that counts money, Parker County Treasurer candidate Dedra Vick might still be counting votes today.
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