Working together for student academic success by providing nutritious meals in a cost effective and pleasant environment.
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NISD's mission is to provide all NISD students who are eligible to ride the bus a safe, efficient, nurturing environment that supports the educational and extra-curricular objectives of the district.
Northside ISD continues to enforce its “No Shots, No School” policy. Texas law requires all public school children have current immunizations in order to attend class.
School Mascot: Mustangs
School Colors: Reflex Blue, Silver
Our Mission: Cultivate relationships with student through authentic and diverse experiences.
Our Vision: Inspire confident learners who enhance/transform their community.
"Believe that you can do it 'cause YOU CAN do it" - Bob Ross
To our students: I cannot wait to see all of the wonderful things you do. I will work to make your experiences purposeful, meaningful, and enjoyable. My hope is that you each take advantage of the academic opportunities, the support systems that are in place for you, and get involved in your high school experience through the many extracurricular organizations available on campus.
My vision is to ensure that all students achieve both academically and socially beyond personal expectations while experiencing an outstanding and enjoyable education. I want students to be exposed to opportunities like no other and make each of your educational dreams come true. We can accomplish this together. I truly BELIEVE in each and every one of my students.
One TEAM! One Vision! We are THE MUSTANGS!
The Associate Principal also serves as the Campus Behavior Coordinator. They can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 210-397-2700.
Alberto Munoz is entering his 24th year in education and currently serves as the Associate Principal at John Jay High School. Prior to joining the John Jay family, Mr. Munoz served as an assistant principal, English/Spanish teacher, and coach (football, soccer, track, and basketball).
Mr. Munoz truly believes in the concept of servant leadership and would like the John Jay students and their families to know that first and foremost he is here to serve this community, the John Jay faculty/staff, and most importantly the students. He is a fierce protector of the student's right to a high-quality, positive, and safe learning environment and he is fully committed to working tirelessly alongside the faculty and staff to continue to improve student academic achievement, attendance, and the student's overall high school experience.
He is extremely humbled and grateful to have the opportunity to serve the John Jay community. GO MUSTANGS!!
I am Theresa Long, your academic dean at John Jay High School. I am excited to be in my second year on the Jay admin team.
This is my nineteenth year in education; the first thirteen years I spent at Harlandale High School where I served as a math teacher and math department coordinator. I taught all levels of mathematics from Algebra I through AP Calculus.
After high school, I moved to Austin to attend the University of Texas where I earned my bachelor’s degree in mathematics and a teaching certificate. After moving back to San Antonio I began teaching and attending UTSA at night to earn a master’s degree, also in mathematics.
I have been married for fourteen years to my husband, Charles. We have one daughter, Evelyn. We love to spend time with our extended family and enjoy playing numerous board games and building with Lego bricks.