History of Aragon

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    ARAGON HISTORY

    On November 10th, 1987, Aragon Elementary was dedicated to Staff Sergeant Jose Ruben Aragon (1939-1965). He heroically gave his life in the Vietnam War.

     

    In Memory of Staff Sergeant Jose Ruben Aragon:

    Let us not forget Staff Sergeant Jose Ruben Aragon, casualty of the Vietnam War. As a member of the Air Force, SSGT Aragon served our country until May 16th, 1965 in Binh Hoa, South Vietnam. He served our country for eight years. He was 25 years old and was married. Jose was born on November 22nd, 1939 in Fountain, CO. SSGT Aragon is on panel 01E, line 115 of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C.

  • MISSION STATEMENT

    At Aragon Elementary, we believe that students learn best in an encouraging and supportive environment. Appropriate behavior will be encouraged and reinforced consistently in the classroom and throughout the school setting. In addition to frequent verbal praise and encouragement, the Aragon staff will recognize, encourage, and celebrate appropriate behavior.

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    ARAGON CREED

    I am an Aragon Alligator!

    I am responsible, respectful, and safe,

    On time and ready,

    Have a can do attitude,

    and know that knowledge is power!

    I am an awesome Aragon alligator

    AND I ROCK!

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