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NEISD eases limited COVID protocols
by Isai Carmona | staff writer Outdoor campus mask mandates have been lifted after further information was received from Health Services and the CDC. "We felt comfortable outdoors,” Principal Gary Comalander said. “If kids in PE, athletics, or (More)
How can students return to in-person learning?
by Tala Kamil | staff writer Although the Johnson campus is fully phased in, there is still the option for students to come back to campus if they had previously chosen the remote option. “Students and parents can notify us by specific dates th (More)
Volleyball season kicks off memorable year
by Tala Kamil | staff writer In a typical year, volleyball players are sometimes the first students on campus. Games start before teachers even have inservice. But of course, this year is anything but typical. “The season is going to be extreme (More)
Where to turn when you want accurate information
by Tala Kamil | staff editor Trying to find accurate information concerning the coronavirus can be hard, especially when you might need to update others. However, there are a few websites that can do just the trick.  “I use More)
New year, new fence
by David Kent | staff writer As announced last school year, there is a new security fence surrounding the school. “The fence’s are a security measure that the district is putting in place at all secondary campuses, all high schools should have (More)
Tardy sweeps begin, new consequences in place
by Eric Martinez | staff writer Students who rack up tardies will now face a wider range of consequences. “After three tardies, the students will receive a verbal warning; after seven tardies, they will serve a full lunch detention in ISS. Twen (More)
Next year brings new security measures
by David Kent | staff writer North East Independent School District has moved forward with increased security measures such as new clear-backpack policy and metal detector wands. With the school year coming to a close, new security measures are be (More)
Waiving the SAT, ACT fees
by David Kent | staff writer With the school year beginning to come to a close, juniors and seniors alike are scrambling to sign-up for both the SAT and the ACT. For those students who cannot financially afford to pay for the tests, waivers can be (More)
All you need to know about the clear backpack policy
by David Kent | staff writer North East Independent School District is moving forward with their new clear backpack policy and has been enforcing that policy just within the first three weeks of school. “You know, one of the things I worried a (More)
Community rallies together to honor band student
by Emma Fitzhugh | editor-in-chief As a way to commemorate a former band student, the Tom Miller Music Scholarship was developed and is now available to seniors who are interested in pursuing music in college. “The Tom Miller Scholarship was se (More)
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