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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)
A district wide change may be on the books
by Elly Beauchamp | editor in chief As the 2019 school year starts to come to a close, NEISD is beginning discussions of a district wide ranking change, which would change the current GPA multiplier of 1.29 for all AP classes. “There is discus (More)
The 21st annual NEISD Expo brings new opportunities to students
Emma Fischer|feature editor Once again, NEISD will host the annual Career Expo, giving students a chance to explore the options of future jobs and opportunities. “It is an evening where they coordinate with the business and industry council as (More)
After 30 years, an administrator says her final goodbyes
by Emma Fischer| feature editor Soon, she will put her pen down, turn in her last piece of paperwork and step off campus, never required to come back. After 30 years of her work, administrator Cynthia Rinehart will be retiring at the end of this s (More)
NEISD still working on Skyward issues
by Sofia Colignon | news editor Parent access to student records, senior transcripts and rank have all been compromised because of the district's new data system - Skyward. These problems have been ongoing since the beginning of the academic year. (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)
Six NEISD students to go on trip to Japan
by Lauryn Hughes | staff writer Sophomore Lauren Loveless is one of sixSi NEISD Japanese language students that has been accepted through an application process to go on a 9 day trip to Japan. Loveless has been the only Johnson student out of many (More)
One Singular Sensation
On Saturday Jan. 28 and Sunday Jan. 29, cheer, dance and pep squad will be holding a performance taking part in One Singular Sensation, along with other schools from the district at Littleton Gym. "This is something my team and I look forward to e (More)
Varsity football starts season with 'to do' list
by Nico Guzman | staff writer As football season starts, the varsity football team will set its sights on a list of goals. “Our goal for this season is to take this team to its full potential, to win as many games as we can to see how far in th (More)
Sex Ed at Reagan
      Sexual education--the only course curriculum more controversial than US History. 33 states require that students be taught about HIV/AIDS, yet only 19 states require that information be medically accurate. Texas and NEISD have their own laws an (More)
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