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: Rams
School Colors: Maroon, White
We will intentionally create a safe, risk-taking environment for students that models and fosters effective communication, collaboration, and critical thinking.
Explore your passion, commit to your future.
He served in the United States Marine Corps out of high school and after his service he embraced a career in law enforcement. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Texas-San Antonio and his Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Texas A&M University-Kingsville. He started his education career with NISD in 2007 and has continued with the district serving three different campus locations as a history teacher, an assistant principal and as an associate principal. Mr. Halle has been married to his wife for 17 years and they both love to travel.
Mr. Halle recognizes the diversity of learning styles among our students and believes in providing a variety of strategies to make learning accessible to all students. Each student should be in a stimulating education environment where they can grow physically, mentally, emotionally and socially. As principal he strives to provide a safe environment where students are comfortable, challenged, and can reach their full potential. Our campus staff embraces and works in Professional Learning Communities and we incorporate the Fundamental Five best teaching practices. He knows every classroom has its own unique community and strongly believes in supporting every student to explore their passion and to commit to their future.
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 210-397-7115.
I am honored to be a part of the John Marshall High School community. I have been in Texas public education for 27 years; 9 years at Marshall High School. I graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University (Bachelors of Science) and started my teaching and coaching career in the Houston area. While working, I attended the University of Houston; where I earned a Masters of Education degree. I began working in Northside ISD in 2013 and love being a part of such a progressive and ‘kid-centered’ school district.
I am married to Gary Gutierrez, Head Football Coach at John Jay High School; and we have three children (Jackson, Claire, and Miles) attending Northside schools.
Mr. Tilbury is a proud Northside graduate. After high school, Mr. Tilbury received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Boston College and a Masters of Educational Leadership from UTSA. Mr. Tilbury has spent almost his entire career at Marshall High School, starting here in 2001. He started as a student teacher, then became a teacher, department coordinator, assistant principal, and currently is the Academic Dean. In this role, he proudly supports Marshall’s students and teachers in helping Marshall continue its long history of providing a high-quality education that helps students explore their passions and commit to their future.
Mr. Tilbury is married to a fellow Northside educator. He and his wife are the proud parents of two children; one is a current Northside student and the other is a Northside graduate. Mr. Tilbury enjoys spending his free time with his family and pets outdoors and traveling to see new sites.
Jessica Lane, a native of California, has wanted to be a teacher since she was young. After moving to Texas in 2004, she started her educational career at Northside ISD where she served as an English teacher, English coordinator, tennis coach, graduation coach, and sponsored a variety of clubs in several schools across the district. In 2017, Marshall High School hired her to be the English coordinator. As a proud parent of three Marshall graduates, she enjoys working with the Marshall High School Community.
Mrs. Lane was appointed Assistant Principal in March of 2022 and loves the work of helping and inspiring students as an administrator. She serves students with last names A-CA and oversees attendance procedures for all students.
Mrs. Lane is a graduate of Sonoma State University (BA) in English Literature (MA) in Educational Leadership from Lamar University. She and her husband have four children who are all Northside students.
Mrs. Riojas is an Assistant Principal at Marshall serving students last names CE-I. She began her teaching career in Northside in 2012 at Mead Elementary as an Instructional Assistant. She then began her secondary teaching career at Anson Jones Middle School where she taught PE, Special Education, and coached various sports.
Ashley then found her way to the high school level where she taught and was the head girls soccer coach at John Jay High School. Thereafter, she earned her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from UTSA and began her administration experience as an administrator intern at Holmes High School. Later that year, Mrs. Riojas was named Assistant Principal at Marshall High School. She loves the atmosphere and school culture each student brings to the campus.
Mrs. Riojas earned her undergraduate degree from the University of the Incarnate Word, and earned her Master’s degree from UTSA. She is a native of Eagle Pass, but considers San Antonio and Northside her home. Her and her husband are the proud owners of two cats.
Christopher G. Burnett is a proud Northside ISD graduate of Holmes High School. This is his 24th year in education and 11th year at Marshall. He was a former CTE Business Teacher for 18 years, 9 at Marshall High School and 9 at Thomas Jefferson High School in San Antonio ISD. Mr Burnett also coached girl’s/boy’s basketball and track. He previously worked as the Campus Programs Coordinator at John Jay Science & Engineering for 4 years before coming back home to Marshall High School as an Assistant Principal. Mr. Burnett is truly honored and blessed to be part of the Marshall Ram Family. He enjoys building and maintaining positive relationships with students, families, staff and the Marshall Community. Mr. Burnett is the Assistant Principal for students last names J-P.
His goal is to be a positive role model and mentor to students and ensure they receive a high quality education while becoming lifelong learners in a safe learning environment. He also believes everyone has unlimited potential and can achieve whatever it is they set their hearts and mind to. Focus on what you can control and the sky's the limit!! Always remember to “HYB” (Handle Your Business).
Nicolas Garcia, and Assistant Principal at Marshall High School, serves students last names Q-Z. He is a native of Fort Stockton TX, but now calls San Antonio his home. Mr. Garcia has educational experiences in higher education, for-profit schools, charter, private, and public K-12 schools. He came to NISD in 2014 to Taft High School as a Student Success Adviser, then served Communications Arts High School as a school counselor. From there, he opened the Marshall Law and Medical Services High School as the first Program Coordinator. After that, he was appointed Assistant Principal in 2019 at Marshall High School.
He earned a BA in Communication from Angelo State, an MA in Communication Arts from the University of the Incarnate Word, and a PhD in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from UTSA. Dr. Garcia and his wife, also an NISD employee, are proud parents to two NISD students.