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NHS application ready for hopeful applicants
Lauryn Chavez | staff writer National Honor Society applications are being sent out to qualified applicants, and will be due on October 9. “Both juniors and seniors can receive applications it's just based on their unweighted GPA,” English teac (More)
District phase-in plan moving forward
by Joseph Sweeney | staff writer A little over 200 students were welcomed back on campus this week as NEISD began phase 1 of its board approved plan. “The main point for North East was that with our phase-in plan, we did not want to have someth (More)
Teachers tackle common issues digitally, virtually
by Tala Kamil | staff writer Technology issues continue to be a part of each teacher’s day as the fall semester begins. “The fact that not all students are able to access all of the technology/applications using whatever device they have and th (More)
What to do when a device assigned by the school is broken
by Monica Smith | staff writer Students who have been issued an NEISD device could be experiencing technology issues. “That may be you're not hooking up, your screens not working, your password is down or whatever that issue might be,” assistan (More)
An extra layer of security now in place for Zoom classrooms
by Karina Correa | staff writer Zoom class meetings will now be affected by strengthened security settings as teachers continue to navigate the virtual learning environment.  While this added step only takes minutes to deploy, students need to (More)
Lower attendance requirement implemented for 2020 fall semester
by Lauryn Chavez | staff writer Students can now only have 5 absences - instead of 9 - during the fall semester as the campus continues to adjust to virtual learning and a new daily schedule.  After  5 absences students will not be able to receive (More)
Small, visible changes show campus ready for Phase 1
by Kenneth Rosa | staff writer Students hoping to return on campus will see new safety measures in place and noticeable when they return to campus on Sept 8.  “Along the lines of when you're on campus, is you have to wear your facial mask the e (More)
Elective courses look for ways to adapt to new normal
by Lily Moran|staff writer Elective teachers who are used to more hands on courses are having to get creative to adjust to virtual classes. “With art last year we had already gotten started on google classroom, it worked out beautifully for us (More)
Discipline still a concern despite virtual setting
by Chloe Jordan | staff writer While this year has started off distanced and online, campus policies still apply to students. “If somebody’s misbehaving on the Zoom, [teachers] could turn the camera off or [teachers] could remove them from the (More)
Textbook distribution continues as school year moves forward
 by Katie Barton|staff writer Even though the school year has already started, students are still able to pick up their textbooks “If they haven't already got their textbooks. They can go ahead and contact me directly or the front office,” Assi (More)
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