Last Opportunity for Yearbook Pictures

Yearbook pictures are important! Not only do parents want to have school pictures, but when you take your picture, you are included in the yearbooka historical document accounting for everything that went on during the school year.

Monday is picture day for anyone who hasn’t yet taken their school picture.¬†Lifetouch will be set up in the MPC from 8 am to 4:30 pm. in order to reduce the number of people in one location, please use the link located on Ms. Brand’s teacher web page to sign up for your preferred time.

Parents aren’t obligated to buy pictures, so head down to mark your place in history.

When ordering:

Use the Picture Day ID EVTMGBW2W for pictures taken in November.

Use the Picture Day ID EVTGSG9XG for pictures taken in January.

Proof/picture packages of all virtual learners from November are in the front receptionist’s office located in the 8000 building. Students marked as on-campus learners had pictures delivered to one of your teachers located in the ABC building. If you didn’t receive them, then they were taken down to the receptionist’s office.¬†

Questions??? Contact Ms. Brand at mbrand@neisd.net



Public Library Resources*

The San Antonio Public Library is providing an abundant amount of resources for everyone during this difficult time. Treading safely, the system behind most these opportunities are either online or contactless.

SAPL’s website contains an endless variety of books, magazines and newspapers to read and listen to, even movies and music, as well as access to educational programs and information to browse. You can even request the library to get a certain book! All of these things can be obtained by getting a library card at any San Antonio library location with an ID and proof of a Bexar County address.

With COVID the way it is, one could bypass actually going to the library in person by getting a limited 90-day access library pass by completing the pre-registration on the website (www.mysapl.org). This allows one to try it before actually going to the library to fully authenticate their library card. This can be done any time during or after the 90 days.

Many services are available, including computers, printing services, and 3D printing. Computers are available to use at the library and even available for check out.

Additionally, SAPL hosts teen clubs on discord with different themes every day of the week. Online live tutoring is another asset that they’ve arranged, from 11 a.m. to midnight, which is accessed with a library card.

For more information visit their neatly organized website (www.mysapl.org), Instagram (@210teenlibrary) or a public library nearest to you.