Congratulations to Mariachi Jalisco, John Jay High School’s Mariachi Ensemble, for receiving a superior rating at the Mexican American School Board Association Texas High School Mariachi Competition held Saturday, January 17, 2015 at Brackenridge High School in San Antonio.
Charles Kuentz Elementary Music Instructor Michael Vasquez was recently announced as the recipient of the American Center for Elemental Music and Movement Spotlight Award for his outstanding achievement and demonstration in using elemental approaches in teaching.
Elizabeth Sanchez-Lopez, Supervisor of Dance/Theatre in Northside ISD, has been selected as the 2014-15 recipient of the Texas Dance Educators’ Association Distinguished Service Award.
The Theatre Department at Brennan HS performed Anne Coulter Martens' "Alice in Wonderland" October 9-11.With the creative talents of the Theatre Director, Jose DeHoyos, Technical Director, Vera Mendoza and their wonderful actors and technicians, the performance was a beautif
Over 3,600 elementary students were able to see Seussical at Holmes High School this past weekend due to grant awarded by the NEF Foundation. The purpose of the grant was to give elementary students the opportunity for more fine arts engagement while offering teachers ideas to use a theatrical pr
5 NISD high school twirlers competed in University Interscholastic League Region 11 Twirling Contest recently and received a Division I rating for outstanding skill and showmanship. NISD is proud of the visual component and excitement that they bring to halftime shows weekly during the football
Congratulations to NISD jazz band students that participated in the Texas Music Educators’ Association Region 11 2014 Jazz Ensembles auditions. Of the 40 chairs available in one of two performing jazz bands, NISD high school students captured 31 chairs.
The Earl Warren Vocal Ensemble, under the direction of Ms. Anna Trawick, kicked off the 20 year anniversary of the Northside Education Foundation Banquet held at Valero Corporation in grand style.
Under the direction of Theatre Directors Amanda Pyle and Nora Franklin, the William Howard Taft Summer Theatre Camp was a smashing success. Students worked with their peers in writing, producing, directing, and starring in their own original plays.
With summer rapidly closing, NISD heralds the huge success for student participation in camp experiences. Visual arts and music theatre camps were held at 12 elementary campuses with 115 art and music/theatre instructors providing the lessons. Over 700 students participated. Fine Arts camps