The Aledo ISD Administration Building is an Early Voting Host Site for the general election from now and through Friday, Nov. 4. Hours Oct. 24-28 are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30 hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For the week of Oct. 31 – Nov. 4 is 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Hours for Election Day – Nov. 8 – are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Varsity Football Friday, Oct. 28
Aledo Bearcats vs. Northwest Texans
7 p.m. at Northwest ISD Stadium
18501 Hwy. 114
Justin, TX 76247
Pre-Sale Tickets: $6 Adult and $4 Student
Tickets at the Gate: $8
Accepted Passes: District 6-5A, THSCA
Admission: $5 at the door.
Competing against college students, AHS senior Mikayla Thompson won fourth-place with her heifer in Senior Showmanship at the State Fair of Texas. She also won Second Place as the Overall Senior Individual for the Texas Junior Red Angus Association State Futurity. Mikayla took First Place in Senior Photography with a photo she took of her sister Megan as she was teaching a younger child how to show. She was also First Place in Senior Public Speaking with a speech on the importance of showing livestock. Read more.
Congratulations to twins Gracie and Graydon Morris for winning the District 6-5A Cross Country Championships at Central Park in White Settlement last Saturday. Both Gracie and Graydon also won the Newcomer Award for being the top ninth-graders as well. Senior Captain Harrison Tillman finished in second place with a time of 16 minutes, and sophomore Avery Tilley medaled in sixth place with a personal best time of 16:44. The team qualified for Regionals as the runner-up team, and will be participating in the Regional Meet at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock on Saturday. Good luck!
The Aledo High School Tennis Team swept Denton 19-0 to win round one of Area play. Aledo will play in the Area Semifinals on Friday morning at 9:30 a.m. Go, RacquetCats!
Volleyball Coach Sheryl Bradford was honored at the Aledo Middle School pep rally this week in celebration of surpassing her five-years cancer-free anniversary. The pink-out pep rally included a presentation of a $500 check from all of the middle-school volleyball players to the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Greater Fort Worth in honor of Coach Bradford. The girls raised the funds by selling “pink-out” T-shirts in early October. Courtney Livingston from the Komen Foundation, accepted the check. She said 75-percent of the funds will go toward serving individuals with breast cancer in Parker County. The remaining 25-percent covers administrative costs. Special thanks to Leah’s Sweet Treats and Brookshire’s for donating the celebratory cakes. See more photos on the AISD Facebook page.
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Since that time, there is an increasing number of individuals who choose to park near Bearcat Park on the south side of the campus and have children meet them at this location instead of using the traffic loop. A great majority of the associated vehicles leave to the south which, most likely, indicates the drivers do not wish to deal with traffic near the intersection of FM 5 and FM 1187. Read more.