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NISD Hosts Anchorman Chancellor

NISD student speaks with News4SA reporter

Just before School Lunch Week (Oct.9-Oct.13), Northside ISD Child Nutrition Services and Carnahan Elementary School hosted News4 anchorman David Chancellor for a story on the history of school meals. For context, school meals were put into law by Congress with the National School Lunch Act in 1946. That mirrored what civic and social organizations were […]

North East ISD Honors Custodians

NEISD Woodstone Custodian Potter holding theNEISDWay sign

On October 2nd, NEISD celebrated its Custodial staff by highlighting their service and providing extra hands on deck. At Woodstone Elementary, a longtime employee of the school was honored. Head Custodian Robert Potter was interviewed for his reflections on keeping the school clean for over 20 years. On that, he had to say “I am […]

Judson ISD JROTC Volunteers at Animal Shelter

Judson JROTC student Volunteers at Animal Shelter

Judson ISD’s Judson High School sent its JROTC members to the Converse Animal Shelter. These students volunteered their morning to help clean shelters, move mulch for dog runs, and walk dogs. The shelter is across the street from the school, a Non-profit, No-kill Animal Shelter Since open since 1982. This is not the only event […]

Judson ISD Academy Hosts Data Night

Judson Franz Leadership Academy parent and student look over data

Judson ISD’s newly redesigned Franz Leadership Academy creates not just leaders, but little teachers. Parents were invited to a student-led data night where these Mustangs put their teaching skills to the test. There, students presented their beginning-of-year data to family members to demonstrate their communication skills, educational progress, and a building sense of responsibility. The […]

North East ISD Welcomes Military Friends

NEISD Hardy Oak student ambassador checks clipboard

A peer support program at NEISD’s Hardy Oak Elementary gained national acclaim for being named a Team of the Year Finalist by the Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC). The Student 2 Student, or S2S program was established in 2004 to connect civilian students with new military students as part of an onboarding process to make […]

Lackland Counselors Host Community Event

Lackland Counselor give a thumbs up

Lackland ISD school counselors held an after-school event called “Coffee with the Counselors.” Community members were invited to learn more about the youth programs available, tutoring options, and of course, the vast resources from the department of counseling.  This team is comprised of school counselors, the Social-Emotional Support Coordinator and Interventionist, Military Family Life Counselors […]

NISD Receives Library Grant

Laure Bush holds up a book to children

Northside ISD’s Valley Hi Elementary School Library was granted $5,000 from the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Liberties. This program encourages young students to develop a love of reading and learning by targeting school libraries with the greatest needs. This year, they only distributed grants to 300 schools nationally. Their purpose? To update and diversify […]

Judson ISD Students Compete in Robotics Event

Wortham Oaks students look over legos

On Feb. 18 of this year, Wortham Oaks Elementary School of Judson ISD put on its First LEGO League Explore Qualifier Festival, a STEM contest. This event “encourages young students to be leaders and innovators in STEM through exploration and robotics,” and these Wildcats were surely encouraged. Groups of 2nd-5th graders (with the 2nd grade […]

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