Promising Practices 2023

Promising Practices 2023
Posted on 06/06/2023
Promising Practices logo Five district initiatives have been recognized as 2023 Promising Practices by the organization The district, Alamo Heights High School, Alamo Heights Junior School, Cambridge Elementary, and Woodridge Elementary were honored for practices that demonstrated significant impact and strongly align with principles that help schools cultivate a culture of character.

This year, 178 schools and organizations from across the United States were recognized as Promising Practices including 21 in the state of Texas and 5 from Alamo Heights ISD.

The District was honored for the Senior and Grand Mules program, a new initiative this past school year to engage grandparents and senior citizens in the community by inviting them to learn about AHISD schools directly from students and staff.

Alamo Heights High School was recognized for their Heights Clothes Closet. 

Alamo Heights Junior School was recognized for their Junior School Ambassador program.

Cambridge Elementary was honored for their Hooah Huddle, a student group consisting of all military-connected students and led by military-connected staff and parent volunteers.

Woodridge Elementary was recognized for Dream Week, a week of activities for students to learn about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., explore colleges and careers, and dream big. All were tied to the school’s “Be the WE” character connections.

Since October 2016, Alamo Heights ISD has partnered with to implement the 11 Principles of Effective Character Education. All five campuses, as well as the district, have been recipients of the Promising Practice Award for various initiatives that promote character development.

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