The Northside Learning Tree After School Enrichment Program is seeking outgoing, energetic, and positive role models to fill approximately 100 part-time Youth Leader Instructor positions. Interested applicants should stop by the Learning Tree Job Fair on Friday, July 26 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Northside Learning Center, 6632 Bandera Road, Building C.
They may not have their own cell phones yet, but Hatchett Elementary School Cyber Play Club members can tell you about the importance of protecting your online identity by changing passwords often and securing devices against cyber-attacks.
Northside ISD is holding an Auxiliary Job Fair to fill more than 300 positions for bus drivers, food service workers, food service manager trainees, police officers, custodians, and maintenance workers.
It used to be a computer lab at Hoffmann Elementary School. But as technology devices increasingly made their way into the classroom in the form of Chromebooks and iPads, the lab was used less often. Counselors and staff decided to create a new space to activate students’ brains and the Collaboratory was born.
Even after school, the learning doesn’t stop in Northside ISD, especially in the Learning Tree program. In fact for LT students, they’re just getting started learning about new career possibilities.
Northside ISD is hosting a Job Fair to fill 100 positions for food service workers and food service manager trainees in the Child Nutrition Department.
“Good morning Sisters!” Sixth grader Analisa Rodriguez started each day the same way at the annual STEM Sisters Summer Camp. It was her first time participating in the two week camp and she said she’ll miss the variety of challenging activities and the camaraderie of the sisterhood when it ends.
The Rising Stars Theatre Camp is presenting Shrek the Musical, Jr. in a free public performance on Thursday, June 27 at 2 p.m. in the Holmes High School auditorium, 6500 Ingram Road.
It might be summer but school zones are in effect through the beginning of August, although the times are slightly altered.
Northside ISD is encouraging families with children who qualify for free Pre-Kindergarten to register early. As an incentive, any student who is enrolled before June 28 will receive a free school supply starter pack.
It is Commencement time across the country. In NISD, we will hold 12 graduation ceremonies with approximately 7,000 students donning their caps and gowns.
The Northside Learning Tree After School Enrichment Program is seeking outgoing, energetic, and positive role models to fill approximately 100 part-time Youth Leader Instructor positions. Interested applicants should stop by the Learning Tree Job Fair on Thursday, June 27 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Northside Activity Center, 7001 Culebra Road.
Graduation ceremonies begin this week, and we are pleased to feature our high school valedictorians and salutatorians for this year.
When the bell rings on June 6, the teaching and learning does not stop. NISD offers an array of Summer School opportunities as a way to catch up in your studies, learn something new, or try to get ahead.
To comply with U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulations, Northside ISD will once again offer free meals to children starting June 10. This year, free meals are available at 22 schools for children who are 18 years or younger.
Elicia Mears has cerebral palsy but that doesn’t slow her down a bit. The 8th grade Pease MS student participates in Track and Field events on campus, and in the Paralympic basketball program through South Texas Regional Adaptive & Para Sports (STRAPS).
More than 7,000 seniors will don caps and gowns and collect their diplomas at one of 12 commencements being held for all Northside ISD high schools. The graduations will be streamed live on the Internet
GT students from five elementary schools went out of this world for a special evening of fun; students at Construction Careers Academy put on their 6th annual Tiny Home Showcase with some big results; and 1,200 string students rocked out with a Trans-Siberian Orchestra legend.
More than 600 employees are being honored this week for more than 14,900 years of service to Northside ISD at the annual Recognition and Retirement Celebration.
Lacy Greco, a fourth grade teacher at Franklin Elementary School, is the Northside Elementary Educator of the Year, and Krystal McEwen, an Applied Learning Environment teacher at Ellison Elementary School, is the Northside First Year Elementary Educator of the Year.
Three Northside high school JROTC programs brought back national championships from the National High School Drill Team Championships and Fitness Challenge in Daytona Beach, Fla.
They are accustomed to playing Bach and Beethoven during more quiet concerts, but more than 1,000 NISD orchestra students will be “rockin’ it out” as world-renowned electric violinist Mark Wood brings his music education program “Electrify Your Strings (EYS)” to NISD this week.
Do you have a passion for reading or being read to, or even reading aloud to a four-legged friend? Then mark your calendar for Saturday, May 18 for NISD Storyfest 2019. The event will be held from 12 to 3 p.m. at Neff MS.
This week’s featured video takes us “Around Northside” with members of senior staff reading to students at Martin ES, students at Marshall HS holding a Science Expo, students from Warren HS taking part in a special opening at SeaWorld, and a middle school teacher receiving state recognition.
Northside ISD’s version of the Academy Awards comes complete with a red carpet and paparazzi shouting ‘what are you wearing’ as stars arrive in their finest evening wear and pose for pictures. The stars are the District’s Fine Arts educators and they were honored at the second annual Standing Ovations awards ceremony.