Dobie middle school's Fall Festival is open to the community. There will be music, dance, a costume contest and treats. The event will take place in the school's cafeteria.
Four public schools in North Austin have received a five-year, $2.5 million grant from the federal government to implement a full community school model on their campuses. Austin ISD is expected to announce the grant later this morning.
The four schools are Lanier High School, Burnet Middle School, Cook Elementary and Wooldridge Elementary.
Clean campus, renovate buildings, plant trees, build a pergola...
There's a lot on volunteers' plate for Dobie College Prep Academy's cleanup and beautification day on Saturday Sept. 12. And thanks to members of Mormon Helping Hands, there will be hundreds volunteers up to the task.
All Rundberg community members are welcome to join the church volunteers and Austin Police Region 2 district representatives. All you need to participate is to show up at Dobie in the morning.
The North Austin Community and School Alliance meeting is scheduled forFriday, September 11 at 12:00am. Our meeting will be held in the Family Resource Center, portable #2 at J. Frank Dobie Middle School. Lunch will be provided as usual and please bring in anything you would like for us to share with our families. We are looking to start several new programs here at Dobie for our parents this year, so if you are with an organization that offers any type of classes, please bring any information/literature you have to this meeting.
North Austin Community School Alliance was founded in October, 2009 as a partnership of schools and community groups in the North Austin area. Although many groups were working in the community, this alliance was created to multiply efforts, increase resources to become a unified voice.
OUR VISION is a healthy, stable neighborhood where all can succeed and prosper.
OUR MISSION is to promote ownership, responsibility and participation in the community by creating alliances with schools, community partners, and the surrounding neighborhoods to foster education and access to opportunities and resources for the growth and development of all our youth and families.
Jose Carrasco, Director
Austin Voices Dobie Family Resource Center
J. Frank Dobie College Prep Academy
1200 E. Rundberg, Portable #1
There is disscussion at City Hall about allowing more exceptions to the 300-feet rule for distance between schools and businesses that sell alcohol.
A briefing on this issue is on the agenda for the Planning and Neighborhoods Committee meeting at 4 pm on Monday, August 17, 2015, at City Hall.
Briefing on the larger policy issue of waivers relating to the distance requirement of City Code Section 4-9-4(a), which requires a minimum of 300 feet between a business that sells alcoholic beverages and a school.
Thank you Austin Interfaith for bringing this to our attention.
Austin Interfaith, Austin ISD and AT&T have teamed up to give at-risk students at Crockett, Lanier and Travis high schools a greater chance to graduate and gain work experience.
Representatives from the entities announced The High School Youth Leadership Development Program during a press conference June 24 at the AISD Central Administration campus in downtown Austin. The program entails internship opportunities for at-risk students during the summer, starting in summer 2016.
Community Budget Conversations
Tuesday, May 12
Bowie High School Cafeteria
4103 West Slaughter Lane
Monday, May 18
Gus Garcia Young Men’s Leadership Academy Library
7414 Johnny Morris Road
Wednesday, May 20*
Central Office Board Auditorium
1111 West 6th Building B Room 100
*Tele-Town Hall: Watch on AISD’s Channel 22, livestream at austinisd.org or call in at 512-414-9922.
Wednesday, May 27
Perez Elementary Cafeteria
7500 S Pleasant Valley Road
For more information, please visit www.austinisd.org/budget or contact AISD Community Engagement Coordinator Linda Medina-Lopez at email@example.com or (512) 414-9706.
A conversation about education issues affecting our neighborhood withAustin ISD Board Trustee Ann Teich and Council Member Greg Casar
April 28, 2015
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Padron Elementary School Library, 2011 W. Rundberg Lane
Legend adds welcome voice for justice
John Legend is on a mission. The award-winning R&B singer and songwriter has joined criminal justice reform advocates to bring attention to the issue of mass incarceration, and in particular, mass incarceration of people of color.
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