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: Skyhawks
School Colors: Green, Royal Blue
Elevate the Learning Experience for Students.
Every day, every student will grow in confidence, curiosity, and capability at Stinson Middle School.
Each student deserves a quality education that honors their voice and prepares them to engage, contribute, and succeed.
Students’ health, safety, engagement, challenge, and support are directly linked to their academic achievement and future success.
Meaningful relationships among students, families, educators and the community are vital to student success.
Classroom teachers have the most impact on student achievement followed by campus principals.
Public schools are essential to foster community and develop engaged citizens.
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) 397-3615.
My name is Louis C. Villarreal, and I am very pleased to have the privilege of working with our students, parents, and community as the Associate Principal of Stinson Middle School. I myself am a product of Northside Independent School District, having graduated from Business Careers High School as a part of the class of 1998. After graduating high school, I found my path toward education while attending college at the University of Texas at San Antonio. I received my Bachelor's Degree in History in 2006, then followed by a Masters Degree of Education in Educational Leadership in 2011.
I am very proud to say that the entirety of my seventeen-plus-year career in education has been spent in Northside ISD. I started at Rayburn Middle School in the fall of 2006, and spent ten years there teaching 8th grade U.S. History and served as a department coordinator for seven of those years. At the start of the 2016 school year, I moved to Pease Middle School where I served as an Administrative Intern for one year. From Pease, I moved to Jordan Middle School in 2017, where I was the Assistant Principal for two school years. Now I continue my journey as the Associate Principal of Stinson Middle School.
At each of my stops along my career path, and in every day, I am reminded of how rewarding each of my jobs has been. The opportunity to work with students and see real growth in them, which ultimately leads to success in the classroom, is among the most exhilarating things I can imagine. Though working in middle school, we only have three brief years with students, I believe them to be the most important time in a student's formative years. I believe that it is our duty to challenge students to realize their full potential and help them strive to be the best they possibly can be.
Hello Skyhawk family! I am so proud to be the Academic Dean at Stinson Middle School. If you have been on our campus, then you know we have a fantastic campus filled with caring staff and wonderful students.
I started my career in California as a high school teacher. I taught 9th and 12th grade English, theatre, student leadership, and peer mediation. After a few years of teaching, I helped open a new high school as the Dean of Student Activities.
During the summer of 2004, my wife and I decided to move to Texas. I was hired in Northside at Luna Middle School and absolutely fell in love with teaching middle school students! At Luna, I taught 6th grade English for two years before I moved into the role of GT Specialist. As the GT Specialist, I taught 6th, 7th and 8th grade GT students creative thinking, leadership skills, as well as the contents of reading and history/social studies. Prior to my appointment to my current role as Academic Dean at Stinson Middle School, I served as the Social Studies Department Coordinator in addition to my role as the GT Specialist. Somewhere along the way, I worked in a non-profit as a director who supported our city youth.
My wife and I are the proud parents of four children (three boys and one girl). We have three who have already graduated high school (where does the time go?), and our youngest is in fourth grade. We live within this community, so you may see me at the local H-E-B or the Leon Creek Trail on the weekends.
My goal is to support a learning environment where students feel safe and are engaged in learning every day. Please reach out to me anytime for questions about your child’s academic success.
I am beginning my 13th year in education as the proud Assistant Principal of Stinson Middle School. I am excited to be returning to Stinson after having completed my student teaching here in 2010, under the supervision of our current Student Services Facilitator, Michelle Harding. I graduated with a Bachelors of Science with emphasis in Athletic Training and continued on to receive my masters from St. Mary's University in Educational Leadership. I attended Lamar University for my Principal Certification. I began my career in Northside as an Athletic Trainer and PE coach and went on to helping students gain certifications in Medical Assisting and Pharmacology in Career and Technical Education. I enjoy working with students and helping them become confident in their contributions to our community, I truly believe every student brings value to our Stinson family.
Everyday I strive to model the characteristics and actions of a strong leader for our students and teachers.