It is important to point out that, according to health officials, individuals are not considered contagious until symptoms appear. According to the Parker County Health Department there is no risk of infection to staff, students or family members who may have had indirect contact – through multiple degrees of separation – with someone who was potentially exposed or is in isolation. READ MORE.
I "mustache" you not to do drugs!
Students and teachers at Stuard will be observing red ribbon week by dressing up as follows:
Monday- Wear your mustache to school
Tuesday- Mix it up and drugs won't' mix you up. (wear mismatched clothes)
Wednesday- "A&M, TCU, there should be no drugs in you!" (Wear your favorite college shirt to school.)
Thursday- "We've got the beat with no drugs in our feet" (Wear SCHOOL
APPROPRIATE disco clothing.) 1st-4th grades be sure your attire will
represent Stuard well at the high school when you listen to the symphony.
Friday- "Show your spirit and drugs will disappear-it!" (Wear your Aledo ISD shirt)
Mr. Stuard Day at Stuard Elementary! Mr. and Mrs. Stuard stopped by today to visit the students and staff. The students did a "clap in" for them and the 4th graders had a Q and A session. Mr. and Mrs. Stuard visited several classrooms and met with former AISD staff members in the library during a cake and punch reception.
Mr. Mannie Pace volunteered his time at Stuard as a part of our Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) program. Pictured is Mr. Pace with his daughter Tegan.
once. Please click on the following link for information about uploading your photos directly to our yearbook page. Yearbook photo upload info
You may also purchase space in our yearbook offering a special farewell to your favorite fourth grader.
Click on the form below for information and pricing.
Fourth Grade Farewell order form
As part of a new outreach program for Stuard, students and teachers are collecting aluminum can tabs for the Ronald McDonald House Charity. Any tabs brought may be placed in the collection house located under the Giving Tree.
Officers Alvarez and Harper spoke with Kindergarten about staying safe.