Family health

The District will host the Host Family Health Fair on Saturday, March 26; Family fun includes images with Mirabel Madrigal from Disney’s ‘Encanto’

Community members can enjoy free health screenings, health information, and family entertainment for young and old.

It’s spring, and there’s no better time to gather the family and head out for a morning of health education. The Aldine Independent School District invites the community to spend some quality time at the inaugural Aldine ISD Family Health Fair on March 26.

Aldine ISD Family Health Fair

Saturday March 26
Donaldson Infant Nutrition Center
1802 Aldine Bender Road. • Houston, Texas 77032

What to expect

    • Free health screenings, COVID vaccines, flu shots, live demonstrations, meetings with health experts and activities will be featured at the health fair.
    • The first 300 families will receive gift bags filled with treats.
    • Door prize draws will take place throughout the event.

“Aldine is very focused on our students and staff,” said Dr. Martha Escalante, Executive Director of Family and Community Engagement (FACE) at Aldine ISD. “Aldine Health shows what we are doing to help promote health in the district and community. The fair is also a great opportunity for the district to give back to the community.

The FACE department, coordinator of the fair, seeks to attract as many members of the community as possible.

The Aldine ISD Health Fair is a free event for employees, students, their families and community members to connect them to resources for living healthier lifestyles.

Health experts who will assist and educate the community at the event include MD Anderson, Texas Children’s, Hope Clinic, UHP Health, Molina HealthCare, DePelchin, Spring Branch Health Center, Mi Familia Dental, Harris County Public Health Services and Legacy Community Health.

Aldine ISD Child Nutrition will have smoothie samples and provide heart disease and cancer prevention consultations.

“It’s a great way to spend quality time with the family on a Saturday morning. Our goal is to allow our community to come together and be part of this event,” Escalante said. “It will be a great avenue to focus on their overall health.”