The Alvin ISD Education Foundation hosted the 20th annual Celebration of Academic
- Education Foundation honors students, teachers
- AISD employees recognized at ceremony
- Superintendent of Schools updates Chamber at monthly luncheon
- Sharks sweep Bulldogs in area playoff series; Alvin drops third game heart breaker to North Shore
- Yellowjackets tackle spring ball with attention to details
To honor its employees, Alvin ISD hosted a virtual Employee Recognition Ceremony.
During a sold out Alvin Manvel Chamber of Commerce meeting on Tuesday, May 11, Alvin Independent School Superintendent Carol Nelson updated the membership on the state of the district.
Isabella Trevino won the 5th grade category in Take Care of Texas art competition
The Alvin Community College Board of Regents unanimously approved the contract for Dr. Robert Exley to serve as the college’s seventh president.
Rotarian Ricky Kubeczka presented the Best of Show Trophy for this 1955 Chevy Bel Air to Austin Grote from Pearland following judging during Frontier Day in Alvin Saturday, April 24.
Alvin City Council
While AISD Baseball programs Alvin and Shadow Creek both turned in banner second round playoff appearances last weekend in Baytown, the duo encountered a mixed bag of heartbreak and euphoria.
When James Gage got the job in February, the new Alvin Yellowjackets’ head football coach admitted that spring ball seemed like a great idea.
Alvin vs. North ShoreAll games will be played at Goose Creek Memorial HSGame 1: Thursday @ 7 p.m.Game 2: Friday @ 7 p.m.Game 3: Saturday (if necessary) @ 1 p.m.
Manvel High School brought home six medals and delivered a pair of top five team performances at the Class 5A State Track and Field meet Saturday at Mike A. Stadium on the University of Texas campus.
Alvin High School conquered a pair of diamond barriers, courtesy of a 5-4 and 4-0 sweep of Clear Creek in the best of three Class 6A bi-district baseball playoff series last weekend.
As I am writing this, we are a few hours away from Thanksgiving, one of my favorite days of the year. Even in difficult times, it is nice to have a reminder to be grateful for what we have. And while life is certainly not always fair, there is a lot to be thankful for.
I lost a feather the other day and I understand this does not qualify as news.
Fall often seems like a fleeting memory, sometimes ebbing and flowing with temperature fluctuations typical of the Upper Gulf Coast Bend. Around October, I look to nature for clues to seasonal changes so that I can fully embrace a natural rhythm and seasonal cycle. You may notice a patina an…