Three first-year and three veteran teachers were named District Educators of the Year at special celebrations held annually to honor teachers who give 100 percent when it comes to improving the lives of children. In addition, Northside's Nominee for the 2011 Trinity Prize for Excellence in Teaching was announced.
NISD Superintendent John Folks and State Representative Joaquin Castro will be special guests at a community meeting on Thursday, March 24 at Thornton Elementary School. The public is invited to attend.
Visit any Northside Learning Tree site and you'll see students that are active, engaged, learning and above all, having fun. (Watch video)
More than 30 teams in both the middle and high school levels competed in the Regional Science Bowl competition held at Jay Science and Engineering Academy recently.
Thirty-five students from four NISD high schools competed in the State Academic Decathlon tournament this past weekend. Holmes, O'Connor, Stevens, and Warren high schools took tests in seven academic categories, wrote essays, gave speeches and interviews, and participated in a Super Quiz Relay.
A four-minute Northside ISD video explains Texas school finance in plain and simple terms. The video shows why public schools are in financial crisis and how Northside ISD is preparing for the impact of budget cuts from the state.
Congratulations to Northside School District's 186 campus first year and veteran educators of the year for the 2010-11 school year.
Local attorney and philanthropist David Earl and his wife Melanie Earl have donated $750,000 in tree credits to Northside ISD.
Even though 3,000 more students enrolled in Northside ISD this school year, the District accommodated the growth because five new schools opened and many bond projects were completed.
Four young artists from Northside ISD are in the running for the Grand Prize in the Texas Cavaliers River Parade Art Contest. Among other awards, the winner will get to ride in the Texas Cavaliers River Parade on April 11.
Two Northside ISD teachers have been named recipients of the San Antonio Mayoral/County Judge Outstanding Science and Mathematics Teaching Award.
Northside ISD has joined Facebook, giving the NISD community one more way to receive the latest news about San Antonio's largest school district. You do not need to have a Facebook account to view Northside's Facebook page.
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.