To help celebrate National School Counseling Week the NISD Guidance Department has unveiled its new logo which represents the seven skills counselors work to instill in all students.
NISD officials are monitoring the weather, but no decisions will be made regarding the potential closing of schools or start delays until early Friday morning.
Northside ISD, like the rest of the city and the state, is experiencing short-term electrical outages.
Visitors to a Northside ISD cafeteria on any given weekday are sure to notice some stereotype-defying offerings: bowls of fresh fruit, vegetables, salads, lean meats, and whole grain rolls.
The NISD Board of Trustees recognized hundreds of students and their teachers and coaches for academic, instructional, and athletic achievements.
The Governor has proclaimed January as School Board Recognition Month to build awareness and understanding of the vital function an elected Board of Trustees plays in our communities.
The Northside ISD Board of Trustees Tuesday night discussed the possibility of making drastic cuts to both this year's and next year's budget to prepare for what is expected to be a 5 to 10 percent decrease in funding from the state.
The Brennan, Holmes, O'Connor, and Taft high school cheerleading squads were ranked in the top their categories at the recent National Cheerleaders Association championship in Dallas.
Earlier this afternoon you received a message from Westwood Terrace school principal, Gracie Guess.
Students, teachers, parents, and administrators came together one evening at the Car-Vel Skate Center to “Skate the Night Away.”
Pictured (from l-r) are fifth graders Star Morin, Mariah Fernandez, and Alexis Gonzalez.
Students and staff members at Driggers ES gave from their hearts and their pockets to raise $242 during Cancer Awareness Month for the Susan G. Koman Foundation.
Pictured are students in Donna Pastrano’s third grade class wearing their “Driggers Cares” button.
The 82nd Legislative Session begins Jan. 11, and of the roughly 7,000 bills that will be introduced, about a quarter of them will be related to education. In addition, school districts stand to lose a significant amount of state funding as legislators grapple with a huge budget deficit.
Northside ISD is among the top 18 school districts in the nation when it comes to closing the achievement gap for African-American, Hispanic, and low-income students, according to a report just released by the Broad Foundation.
The Northside ISD Board of Trustees is seeking nominations for the name of a new elementary school scheduled to open in 2012. The nomination deadline for the school, now referred to as "Bandera Road North area" Elementary School, is Jan. 14, 2011.
The impasse between Methodist Hospitals & Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) Insurance could impact Northside ISD's 14,000 employees and families if it is not resolved by January 1, 2014. NISD communicated this information to all employees as the District transitions from Humana Insurance to BCBS on Jan. 1. Please review the NISD- prepared Frequently Asked Questions often as they will be updated as necessary.
More than 450 student athletes who are succeeding on the playing field and in the classroom were named to District academic teams for cross country, football, tennis, and volleyball.
Hundreds of fine arts students will be featured in a variety of holiday concerts and performances at elementary, middle, and high school campuses throughout Northside ISD.
NISD-TV has redesigned its website, making it easier to watch videos about Northside schools, students, staff, and educational programs.
Northside ISD will hold a Special Education Transition Fair from 9 a.m. to noon Dec. 4 at the Northside Activity Center, 7001 Culebra Road.
A counselor, an engineer, an educator, a former governor, and a U.S. Supreme Court justice were honored as the namesakes for Northside ISD's five newest schools. In addition, the formal open house for the new Construction Careers Academy (CCA) at Warren High School was held.
Beginning in the 2011-12 school year, the state’s standardized testing program, now called the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills, will be replaced by the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, or STAAR (pronounced "star").