Alief Independent School District
Hear from Robin Toy about ensuring that all students have the opportunity to learn, no matter their situation or circumstance.
Meet Robin Toy
I teach in my district because it is literally a great place to work. The opportunities for professional growth and development are second to none. As a teacher evolves on a campus and within the district, the family-like infrastructure is there to support and sustain that trajectory. In Alief ISD, you are only limited by your imagination and work ethic.
- 6th Grade English Language Arts/Social Studies Teacher
- 2018 AISD Elementary Teacher of the Year
- 2018 AISD ESL Teacher of the Year
- Jr. Gents (mentoring organization) Founder
- 6th Grade ELA Lead Teacher
- 6th Grade Team Leader
- 6th Grade AISD New Textbook Selection Committee
- District HR Advisory Committee
Teacher Certification Program
Why I Teach
When I teach, I try to get my students to focus on doing one thing well, which gives them a sense of accomplishment and motivates them to conquer other formidable areas of both their academic and personal lives. Too often, mostly due to circumstances beyond their control, my students arrive to me in a fragile state of being and have rarely had a real win. I make it my personal business to ensure that each and every one of them has every opportunity to have that experience. I am a true believer that all students can learn, no matter their situation or circumstance.
Alief ISD by the numbers
Average Student to Teacher Ratio
New Teacher Starting Salary