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From custodians and bus drivers to teachers and principals, Aldine recognizes the importance each person plays in assuring a quality education for the students in our district. Consequently, every voice counts, even new ones. Each campus offers its employees a chance to influence the policy and procedures in their field of expertise. In addition, teachers are also rewarded for soaring test scores through the district's performance pay plan and all employees enjoy an impressive benefits package.

Please click on the appropriate link below to access the employment application that you are interested in. 

 Professional Application    
 Paraprofessional Application 
 Technology Services Application (Support Staff) 
 Child Nutrition Application (Support Staff) 
 Transportation Application (Support Staff) 
 Maintenance / Custodial / Central Receiving Application (Support Staff) 
 Aldine Police Department Application (Support Staff) 
 Substitute Application

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Aldine ISD does not use a salary schedule.




Critical Needs Stipends Available
2013-2014 School Year

Secondary Math and Science $3,000 
Select Special Education Areas $3,000 
Bilingual $4,500
Compass $3,000 - $6,000 based on certification
Health Science $4,000
Speech Path $5,000 - $8,000 based on certification 

This initial placement schedule is based on 187 days
for the 2013-2014 school year only.

Salary increases are not granted automatically; therefore, neither past nor future salaries can be calculated, assumed, or predicted on the basis of this placement table. The Board of Education adopts a new
compensation plan each year. Future salaries cannot be assumed or predicted. Aldine ISD does not use a salary schedule other than for initial placement.

Critical Needs Stipends are determined yearly based on critical needs, certification, and student enrollment; therefore, neither past nor future critical needs can be calculated, assumed, or predicted based on
the 2013-2014 stipends granted. Future stipends cannot be assumed or predicted.


 It is the policy of Aldine ISD not to discriminate or engage in harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, or any other legally protected status in its educational and vocational programs, services or activities or matters related to employment as required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Age Discrimination in Employment Act; Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.


Inquiries regarding the Aldine ISD nondiscrimination policies in the following areas should be directed to:


Title IX & Title VI: Dr. Archie Blanson, Deputy Superintendent, 14910 Aldine Westfield Rd., Houston, TX 77032 (281) 449-1011

EEO & ADA (Employees and Public): Dr. Archie Blanson, Deputy Superintendent, 14910 Aldine Westfield Rd., Houston, TX 77032 (281) 449-1011

Section 504 & ADA (Students): Dr. Charlotte Davis, Director of Guidance and Counselling, 14910 Aldine Westfield Rd., Houston, TX 77032 (281) 985-6452

Critical Needs Stipends Available 2013-2014 School Year

Secondary Math and Science $3,000 
Select Special Education Areas $3,000 
Bilingual $4,500
Compass $3,000 - $6,000 based on certification
Health Science $4,000
Speech Path $5,000 - $8,000 based on certification 

Anyone seeking educator certification in Texas must pass examinations of professional knowledge and subject content approved by the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC). In addition to passing the appropriate certification examinations, applicants for a Texas educator certificate must satisfy other requirements by following one of the several routes to educator certification listed below and must apply for certification using the Online Services for Educators link that is accessible from the SBEC website

Routes to Educator Certification

  1. University-based Programs

    These programs are usually delivered as part of a baccalaureate degree program; however, most colleges and universities, also, have programs designed to prepare people who already hold a bachelor's and want to obtain educator certification. The only exemption from the degree requirement is for individuals seeking Career and Technology certification in certain courses such as welding or automotive technology. Since university-based programs may vary by institution, individuals should contact the college or university of their choice for degree and/or certification requirements.

  2. Alternative Programs for Educator Preparation 

    Some institutions of higher education, school districts, regional service centers, community colleges, and other entities have been approved by the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) to operate alternative programs of preparation for teachers. These programs may involve university coursework or other professional development experiences as well as intense mentoring and supervision during the candidate's first year as an educator. Many of these programs can be completed in a year, during which time an individual may hold a paid teaching position in a public school classroom. A list of these programs can be found at  under "Approved Programs". 

  3. Additional Certification Based on Examination 

    A teacher who holds an appropriate Texas classroom teaching certificate and a bachelor's degree may add classroom certification areas by successfully completing the appropriate certification examination(s) for the area(s) sought. Certification by examination is not available for the following:
    • Initial certification;
    • career and technology certification based on skill and work experience;
    • a class of certificate other than classroom teacher (e.g. School Counselor, Principal, Superintendent, Learning Resources/School Librarian, Educational Diagnostician);
    • a certificate for which no certification examination has been developed.
  4. Teachers wishing to add certification by examination must apply online and pay for the certification online after passing the appropriate exam(s).

  5. An applicant who has been issued a standard certificate or credential from another state, territory of the United States, or another country may apply for a Texas certificate. The credential must be equivalent to a certificate issued by the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) and must not have been revoked, suspended, or pending such action. SBEC will evaluate an expired credential provided it was standard at the time of issuance. A statement issued by another state department of education specifying eligibility for standard certification upon completion of certain employment or examination requirements will have the same standing as a standard certificate. 

    An applicant who holds a standard credential issued by a jurisdiction outside Texas and who meets specified requirements as determined by the review of credentials completed by SBEC may be issued a One-Year Certificate in one or more subject areas. During the validity of this temporary, nonrenewable certificate, the applicant must complete satisfactorily all appropriate examinations for each certification area for which continued certification is desired. Individuals who have completed an examination administered under the authority of a jurisdiction outside Texas that is determined to be comparable to a Texas test may request an exemption of the Texas test. Information on comparable out-of-state tests can be found at  under "Certification Information"/"Comparable Out-of-State Tests". 

    To apply for the review of credentials and the One-Year Certificate, go  and click on "SBEC Online for Educators" and follow the instructions. The review of credentials and the issuance of the One-Year Certificate require an online payment of $229 along with a $42.25 processing fee for fingerprinting. 

    To establish eligibility for the Standard Certificate, certified applicants from outside Texas must complete all requirements specified in the certification plan prepared by SBEC after completing the online credentials review.