Board in Action
Board Vice President M’Lissa Chumbley (second from left) joined the Northside Education Foundation Prize Patrol in awarding grants to teachers. Among her stops was Neff MS where reading teacher Tammy Flores (center) was surprised with a grant.
Board President Katie Reed (second from left) brought greetings from the Board of Trustees at the 25th anniversary celebration for Brauchle ES. She is pictured with Brauchle Vice Principal Monica Anguiano, Superintendent Dr. Woods, and Brauchle Principal Adriana Garza.
Trustee Karen Freeman sat down with NISD-TV for a “Northside Speaks” video discussing the importance of parental involvement in schools.
The Board of Trustees created a video offering parents Tips for Success at the start of the 2015-2016 school year. Pictured is Trustee Joseph Medina.
Board Secretary Dr. Carol Harle welcomed NISD employees back to school at one of the District’s 10 Convocation sessions.
Board Vice President M’Lissa Chumbley delivered remarks to staff at one of the District’s 10 Convocation sessions.
Trustees Bobby Blount (starting second from left), Gerald Lopez, and Vice President M’Lissa Chumbley joined Superintendent Dr. Woods (far left) at the annual Block Walk kickoff at Ross MS. Six schools start the school year by visiting students and families in their neighborhoods.
The Team of Eight – the seven elected Trustees and Superintendent Dr. Woods – handed out over 6,400 diplomas to graduates at 12 ceremonies in June 2015.
Five Trustees – Reed, Harle, Freeman, Chumbley, and Blount – joined forces to honor two of their colleagues who exited the Board in June 2015.
Trustee Gerald Lopez (far left) and Superintendent Dr. Woods (second from left) attended the annual Tech Expo, a showcase of innovative technology use held at Paul Taylor Field House. Students demonstrated how they are using technology at their campuses.
Board President Katie Reed was honored in 2015 with the Legacy Award at the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Tribute to Women Business Leaders lunch. She is pictured with her daughter who nominated her for the honor.
Trustee Karen Freeman attended the Helotes ES Heroes for Health event with members of the Helotes Fire Department. Heroes for Health was created by the Go Public campaign to inspire Bexar County elementary schoolchildren to live active and healthy lifestyles with guidance from local heroes.
Board Secretary Dr. Carol Harle, Board President Katie Reed, and Trustees Freeman and Blount attended the unveiling of a historical marker at Northside Alternative Middle School-South, the site of the original Locke Hill ES.
Board Vice President M’Lissa Chumbley (far right) delivered remarks at the dedication of the Willie Frantzen Picnic Area at Stinson MS. She is pictured with Superintendent Dr. Woods, Frantzen, and Stinson Principal Lou Medina.
Trustee Karen Freeman and Board President Katie Reed attended a USA Swimming Press Conference where the announcement was made that the US Olympic Swimming Team will train at the Northside Swim Center in July 2016 before the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Trustee Bobby Blount (far left) attended a ceremony at Warren HS with Superintendent Dr. Woods and City Councilman Ray Lopez unveiling a new street sign honoring Spc. Dane Balcon, a Warren HS graduate killed in Iraq. Also pictured is Balcon’s family.