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NEISD website adds new COVID information, changes are made to attendance
by Katie Barton|news editor  NEISD has made new online COVID data available on their website as well as made changes to attendance and the way absences are counted. “The easiest way to get the new data is to go to the NEISD website and on the m (More)
District posts another change to mask policy
by Katie Barton | News Editor Last night's Texas Supreme Court ruling blocked the temporary mask mandates in the NEISD school district.  The NEISD mask mandate is still in effect, but will not be enforced by NEISD faculty members. Even though t (More)
Campus reminds students steps to follow after COVID exposure
by Chloe Jordan | feature editor For now, students are still expected to follow specific protocols and contact the school nurse if they have contracted COVID. “Last year, if we were made aware of a positive case of COVID-19, an email would be s (More)
NEISD superintendent reflects on the 2020-2021 school year
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief After a year like no other, with many changes possible in the future, Superintendent Sean Maika visited campus to reflect on the district’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “In August, when my staff and I b (More)
Alamo Drafthouse Stone Oak location expected to reopen soon
by Chloe Jordan | tech editor  The vibrant buzz of the screen, the nostalgic smell of greasy popcorn, the fade of the soft amber lights dimming. All these things contribute to the recognizable experience of going to the movies. The classic trip to (More)
Virtual student reflect on decision to stay home
by Kenneth Rosa | staff writer As the school is beginning to come to a close, many of our students who are still attending classes have felt regretful for remaining at home.  “Well I was kind of scared about COVID, and also I thought it would b (More)
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)
Cancelled prom gives way to privately hosted events
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief Campus administration has announced there will be no prom for the 2021 school year. “All spring we’ve been trying to find a place to hold the number of people, fit all the safety criteria that exists locally (More)
COVID's effect on Spring Auditions
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This is what it's like to get the Covid-19 vaccine
Monica Smith | staff writer The state opened up vaccine eligibility for all Texans on March 29 which means now even students can get in line. Junior Ava Cadena is one of the high school students who was able to get the vaccination.  “My step (More)
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