The purpose of the Aldine Independent School district's drug and violence prevention and education programs is to help our children meet challenging academic standards by empowering the schools with the means to provide high-quality education that is also safe and drug-free. Our schools are held accountable for using evidenced-based programs to improve academic achievement, improve school safety and reduce/eliminate drug use.
Events in our country have made the safety of our children a national priority. Although there is no one solution to school violence, research shows that effective schools are places where respect, appreciation for diversity, and peaceful problem-solving are the norm. Aldine Independent School District, Safe and Secure Schools department supports the schools in providing evidenced-based programs/activities/strategies; prevention/intervention specialists; mentoring; peer-led support groups & peer mediation; individual and group counseling; and drug-free/violence-free youth organizations.
Aldine Independent School District does not discriminate against persons because of race, creed, national origin, age, sex, disabilities, economic status or language disability in employment, promotion or educational programming. Any complaints or grievances which cannot be solved at campus level through the principal may be submitted in writing to Dr. Archie Blanson, Deputy Superintendent, 14910 Aldine Westfield Rd., Houston, TX 77032.