Senate Bill 149 Passed Providing Students a Chance to Graduate
Governor Greg Abbott signed into law Senate Bill 149 May 11, effective immediately for the class of 2015. With this bill, school districts can establish an individual graduation committee which decides if high school seniors who have still not passed all five required end-of-course exams will be allowed to graduate with their fellow students.   READ MORE...
Aeden Bempong
Amarillo High Student Announced as Gates Millennium Scholar
Amarillo High School student Aeden Bempong was recently announced by the United Negro College Fund as a Gates Millennium Scholar, an honor which will provide him with financial support to earn his undergraduate degree in any major and selected graduate programs at accredited colleges or universities. Bempong is one of 1,000 students chosen from across the country for this special recognition.  READ MORE...
Seen and Heard at the May School Board Meeting
The School Board recognized students achieving academic success through the TIP and National Merit Scholar programs. Outgoing board members Carlisle and Thompson were honored for their service, and new members Betancourt and Flow were sworn in, along with re-elected member Austin.   READ MORE...
Superintendent's Scholars
Superintendent’s Scholars Make Strides in Academia
With 16.57 percent more Amarillo ISD high school students receiving the honor of Superintendent’s Scholar this year than last, it is evident students are excelling in academia and truly preparing themselves for success beyond high school.   READ MORE...
Dr. West
AISD Trustees Confirm Dr. Dana West as Next Superintendent
In a special meeting Thursday, the Amarillo ISD Board of Trustees voted in confirmation of Dr. Dana West becoming the next superintendent of the district.   READ MORE...
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