For the third year in a row, NISD juniors will be able to take the SAT college entrance exam for free, thanks for money allocated by the Northside ISD Board of Trustees.
April marks the nation’s Month of the Military Child. As a way to honor military youth affected by deployment, school district employees and students across the state are encouraged to wear purple on Thursday, April 6, as part of “Purple Up! for Military Kids.”
Last night, Trustees discussed and took action on several items: approved Summer School programs, adopted instructional materials, and appointed six campus administrators including a middle school principal.
Once again, Northside is expecting a large kindergarten enrollment for the upcoming school year, making it all the more critical that parents register their children during Kinder Roundup in order to secure a seat at their neighborhood school. More than 7,500 kindergarten students are expected to enroll for the 2017-18 school year.
Northside ISD is holding an Auxiliary Job Fair to fill more than 195 positions for bus drivers, food service workers, food service manager trainees, police officers, custodians, and maintenance workers.
More than 51,000 elementary students from across Northside ISD, and thousands more from across the city of San Antonio were inspired by local heroes during “Heroes for Health Day,” a collaborative effort across the county to stress the importance of health and fitness for children.
Seth Juarez, a 5th grader at Lewis Elementary School, is the grand prize winner in the 2017 Texas Cavaliers River Parade Art Contest. He was one of four NISD elementary student finalists.
This year’s NISD Special Olympics attracted more than 1,500 special athletes to compete in various track and field events at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. The theme for the 48th annual competition was “Special Olympian Superpowers” and athletes showed their superpowers in super ways as they worked their way to the finish line.
Georgette Carrasco, a fifth grade Special Education Collaborative teacher at Franklin ES, is a finalist for the prestigious H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards, recognizing her as one of the best educators in Texas.
Northside ISD is working to address children's nutritional needs by opening two campus cafeterias during Spring Break, March 13-17, to provide a no-cost, hot breakfast and lunch to area students.
Last night, Trustees discussed and took action on several items: held a public hearing on the District’s Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR); approved the use of high school allotment funds to subsidize AP exams for students; and appointed five campus administrators including an elementary principal.
Students at Driggers Elementary School learned about being heart healthy during a three-week Jump Rope for Heart campaign. The American Heart Association campaign included raising money to help children with heart issues. The students set a goal to raise $3,000 and exceeded that goal while having fun along the way.
Congratulations to Northside School District’s 205 campus first year and veteran educators of the year for the 2016-17 school year.
Allen ES kicked off National Children's Dental Health Month with a visit from the dentist. More than 200 students received free dental exams and a lesson on dental hygiene when a group of dentists and dental assistants from the City of San Antonio Metro Health Dental Program visited the school.
Five people have filed for three places up for election on the Northside ISD Board of Trustees.
The 48th annual NISD Special Olympics Track and Field Meet is scheduled for Feb. 27 – March 2 at Gustafson Stadium.
The 20th annual Los Leones Student Arts Festival has something for everyone. This family-oriented event will be held Saturday, Feb. 25 from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and includes an art show and sale with more than 2,500 pieces of high quality student artwork by NISD students.
It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s a Northside Education Foundation (NEF) Superhero 5K! Attention Northside community, it’s time to unite for a special operation benefiting NISD staff and students on Saturday, May 6 at SeaWorld.
Northside ISD celebrated the 100th day of school with many fun and educational lessons throughout the District. At Franklin ES, students dressed up as if they were a decade old, made crafts with 100 items, and enjoyed many other activities focused on the number 100.
The 44th Annual Walter Gerlach Livestock Show and Sale proved to be a record- breaking year, raising more than $900,000 in scholarships for Northside ISD students. The week-long event turned out nearly 800 entries to include pigs, goats, lambs, rabbits, poultry, steer, and mechanical agriculture products.
The unique contributions of school counselors to schools and students are being recognized this week as part of National School Counseling Week, Feb. 6-10. Sponsored by the American School Counselor Association, National School Counseling Week highlights the tremendous impact school counselors can have in helping students achieve school success and plan for a career.
Folks MS students are growing herbs and vegetables with the help of an indoor tower garden purchased through an NEF grant. In their Family and Consumer Science Class students are learning about food sustainability, the science behind food production, and are receiving hands-on experience by growing and sometimes pollinating their own food.
Each February educators across the country celebrate Career and Technical Education (CTE) and the achievements and accomplishments of CTE programs. This year’s theme from the Association for Career and Technical Education for CTE Month is “Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow” giving school districts the opportunity to demonstrate how students are not only college-ready but also career-ready.
Last night, Trustees discussed and took action on several items: appointed two new principals, approved a resolution calling for the repeal of the A-F rating system, and approved an audit of the District’s financial report.