Working together for student academic success by providing nutritious meals in a cost effective and pleasant environment.
District calendars are listed and approved two years in advance. For individual schools, only campuses with Google Calendars are featured here.
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.
This year’s theme is Team Passmore! The faculty at Passmore is committed to ensure that our Panthers have a strong foundation to be strong in academics and strong in character. It is a privilege and an honor to be the Principal of Passmore Elementary. With this honor comes a great responsibility that I take to heart.
San Antonio is my hometown where I earned both my Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts Degrees from St. Mary’s University. My belief for acquiring more knowledge and improving in my profession and my community was the impetus in obtaining a Ph.D. at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
My parents instilled in me the value of family, religion, and education. As a life long learner, I was accepted at the Graduate School of Education and participated in the Art of Leadership Program at Harvard University in 2015.
It was over 20 years ago that I began my career in education. As a public school teacher, I have had the pleasure of serving students in the Edgewood, La Joya, and Northside Independent School Districts. In addition, I have worked with first and second grade bilingual students as a Reading Specialist, and worked with kinder through fifth grade students as a Gifted and Talented Specialist at Passmore Elementary. My first year in administration was at Linton Elementary as the Vice Principal in Northside Independent School District.
I have been afforded several opportunities to serve educators in San Antonio as a Past President of Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association TEPSA in District 20 and a Board member for the St. Mary’s University Education Advisory Committee.
My philosophy of education is constructed from an old African proverb, It takes a village to raise a child. I recognize that education is the result of the integrity of a community, and I believe that everyone shares in the responsibility for the education of children.
Yours in Education,
Dr. Veronica Arteaga
2020 Administrator of the Year, San Antonio Area Bilingual Education
2015 Administrator of the Year, Region 20 W.O.R.L.D. Language Conference
2014 Administrator Spotlight , Texas Music Educators Association
2013 TEPSAN of the Year ,TEPSA, District 20
2012 Yellow Rose Recipient, Constance Allen Heritage Guild for Lifetime Learning,
The Associate Principal also serves as the Campus Behavior Coordinator.
Hello Panther families! My name is Nicole Wall and I am thrilled to serve as the Associate Principal at Passmore. I began my education career 12 years ago as a first grade teacher in Florida. Since then, I have taught first and fifth grade, been an instructional coach and a reading/writing specialist. I received my bachelors in education from the University of Miami and later continued my education at UNT where I completed my masters in educational leadership. I am excited to continue my career serving the great families of Passmore.
I love that I get the privilege to work alongside a great community of parents, teachers, staff, and students, where together we can instill a love of learning in our students. I believe in high expectations for all and know that, when given the proper guidance and support, everyone can and will meet those expectations. I am excited to watch our Panthers grow and learn every day.
Nicole Wall, Associate Principal
Bruce served as an Academic Technology Coach with NISD for 6 years. Previously he served as a Science instructional coach for Northeast ISD and had 12 years of classroom teaching experience in Title 1 schools. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio and an M.E. from the University of the Incarnate Word. He was selected as Teacher of the Year in 2003 for Montgomery Elementary. He was also selected to attend the Michael E. DeBakey Institute, a Texas A&M University Research Program in 2007, and in 2014 he was selected to receive the Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy, a national award for science teachers. He served on the Board of Directors for UUMC Day School, a NAEYC accredited day school in San Antonio from 2004-2006. He was awarded a full scholarship to complete the Principal as Instructional Leader program from UTSA in 2016. He holds teaching certificates in multiple content areas for grades k-12 as well as a principal certificate. He served as the leader of The Voelcker BioScience Teachers Academy, an affiliate of The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio from 2009-2015. He has been a presenter at the TCEA convention, as well as various other conferences. His personal mission is to instill students and teachers with a passion for learning.