The Northside Learning Tree After School Program is hosting a Job Fair to fill 100 youth leader positions. The job fair will be held Friday, May 30 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Northside Learning Center, Building C, 6632 Bandera Road.
Northside ISD, in partnership with the San Antonio Sports and City of San Antonio, is holding grand opening celebrations at its three new SPARK parks.
What do cheese, acid, probiotics, planaria, and mold have in common? And what do they have to do with outer space?
Seniors at Northside ISD’s Construction Careers Academy have taken on the biggest challenge of their high school careers- to design and build five 384-square foot micro homes as part of the magnet school’s first Parade of Homes building competition.
Northside voters Saturday approved a $648.34 million bond issue that will allow the District to address much-needed improvements at existing schools while continuing to keep pace with growth.
iPads and Google apps. Robotics and minecraft teams. Northside schools are integrating technology in unique ways and a new event will allow students and teachers to share the successes from their campuses.
Thankfully the sun was shining brightly at the 18th Texas Solar Race Car Event held Saturday, May 10 at Gustafson Stadium. Two hundred and fifty two teams competed from 60 Northside elementary schools.
The $648.34 million School Bond 2014 proposal goes before voters this Saturday, May 10 and polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters must vote at their specific precinct which is determined by home address.
More than 500 employees are being honored this week for over 11,000 years of service to Northside ISD at the annual Recognition & Retirement Celebration.
This week (May 5-9) is NISD Substitute Educators Week, as well as National Substitute Teacher Appreciation Week (or SubWeek).
School Bond 2014, a proposal for $648.34 million, adds 409 new classrooms to manage continuing growth and renovates older schools to meet curriculum requirements and current standards. In fact, the majority of the proposal renovates existing, older neighborhood schools.
On Sunday, May 4, be prepared to visit a lemonade stand near you. More than 6,300 students from 67 NISD elementary schools will participate in “Lemonade Day” in Northside. They are enrolled in Northside ISD’s Learning Tree After School Enrichment Program.
Statement from San Antonio Police Department: The San Antonio Police Department has concluded that the person responsible for the latest emailed threats upon San Antonio schools is, in fact, the same person responsible for past telephone threats from 2012 and 2013.
A threatening email was received by Northside ISD high schools this afternoon. The email was quickly referred to the San Antonio Police Department who say the email was sent from out-of-state.
Sixth, seventh and eighth grade choir students from 18 (of 19) middle schools will sing and dance together for the seventh annual “Together We Sing” performance, being held at 6 p.m., Saturday, May 3 at Paul Taylor Field House.
School Bond 2014 proposes to buy 129 new school buses at a cost of $15 million. Ninety two buses would replace aging buses and 37 buses would be added to the District’s 800-bus fleet.
On May 10, the $648.34 million Northside School Bond 2014 proposal will go before voters. Early voting runs from April 28 to May 6 and several early voting sites are located in Northside ISD.
TAKE NOTICE that an election will be held in the Northside Independent School District on May 10, 2014 CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF SCHOOL BUILDING BONDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $648,340,000.
TOME NOTA que el 10 de mayo de 2014, se llevará a cabo una elección en el Distrito del Escolar Independiente de Northside, EN RELACIÓN CON LA EMISIÓN DE BONOS QUE NO EXCEDAN $648,340,000.
Northside ISD's 115 schools reported an attendance rate of 57 percent today, April 24, 2014. A typical day in NISD has an attendance rate of 95 percent.
All Northside elementary schools will implement the "Controlled Access Plan" tomorrow, April 24.
An Open Letter to Northside ISD Staff and Parents From Superintendent Brian Woods: As you know, we are cooperating in an investigation with local and federal law enforcement of an anonymous threat to a San Antonio area elementary school. As soon as we received the threat we engaged internal and external law enforcement for advice and assistance. While we are told that the credibility of the threat is low, we have and will continue to take it seriously.
This message is to inform you that within the past few days area agencies became aware of a threat being made toward a San Antonio-area elementary school. The threat was not specific to any particular school, but did allude to possible violence being committed on the morning of April 24. While this may well be a hoax, we have to treat the threat seriously.
Technology plays a significant role in instruction, and School Bond 2014 would provide more computers and mobile devices for student and staff use. The $47 million earmarked for technology projects would also provide upgrades to District-wide infrastructure.
Now is the perfect time to empty medicine cabinets, bedside tables, and kitchen drawers of unwanted, unused, and expired prescription drugs as the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) holds its annual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 26.