Board of Trustees

Elected by the people to govern Northside Schools, Trustees are the guardians of the public trust and, through the policies they make, are ultimately responsible for our schools. This responsibility and the accessibility of Trustees to the voters make the Board one of the purest examples of democracy in our society.

Northside Trustees represent about 208,000 households located in 355 square miles in northwest Bexar County and parts of Medina and Bandera counties. Northside continues to be the “destination” district in San Antonio for many families seeking a quality school system for their children and for employees seeking a quality place to work.

Board of Trustees News

August 29, 2013

Since 1991, the NISD Board of Trustees signs a Code of Ethics annually, reaffirming their commitment to adhere to educational and ethical standards.

May 29, 2013

Dr. Carol Harle was sworn in as a Northside ISD trustee Tuesday night. She replaces District 6 Trustee Randy Fields, who decided not to run for re-election after serving on the Board since 1999.

January 31, 2013

Northside ISD Trustees passed a Resolution that rejects all attempts by Texas Legislators to divert tax dollars away from public schools in the form of vouchers or any other mechanisms that reduce funding to public schools. See full Resolution here

July 2, 2012

Each year, the NISD Board of Trustees signs the Code of Ethics, reaffirming their commitment to adhere to educational and ethical standards.

October 6, 2011

Bobby Blount, a Northside ISD Board of Trustee since 1999, received the 2011 Celebration of Leadership Outstanding Alumni Award from the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) during its annual conference this past weekend.

September 1, 2011

Each year, the NISD Board of Trustees signs the Code of Ethics, reaffirming their commitment to adhere to educational and ethical standards.

May 31, 2011

Bennie Cole, the first new NISD Trustee since 2005, was sworn into office Tuesday night. Cole replaces District 2 Trustee Annie Holmes, who decided not to run for re-election after serving two terms on the Board.