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UIL Academic season moves online for the near future
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief The UIL season will see changes this year as students will compete virtually. “I believe that the UIL academic season will be virtual for the rest of the year,” UIL Coordinator Dr. Carrie Turner-Grey said. “I (More)
Second chance to take the PSAT
by Lily Moran | staff writer Students who were unable to sit for the PSAT will now have a second chance to take the test. “It’s important that we do the second PSAT because a lot of kids didn’t get the opportunity to do it the first time so thi (More)
Students urged to understand differences between scholarly organizations
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief With the National Honors Society having just inducted new members into their organization, students are reminded to stay aware of the difference between the NHS and another organization, the National Society of (More)
Changes in exam exemptions
by Chloe Jordan | tech editor Semester exams will look different this year for students, especially for those wanting to exempt some of their course exams.  “In the past, you could have as low as an 80, but now you have to have an 85 or higher (More)
Yes, there is homecoming this year - just without the dance
By Kenneth Rosa | staff writer It will come as no surprise that Homecoming like all other events will be curtailed this year - with the campus only electing a court and skipping the annual dance. “Well, homecoming is not gonna look anything lik (More)
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)
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