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The show goes on - a Johnson Theatre update
by Chloe Jordan | staff writer Junior Avery Neale walks to the Much Ado About Nothing rehearsal, despite the complications of COVID, where students are already setting up the makeshift stage marked with cones. Although actors have to keep their ma (More)
Impactful death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg could affect election
by Chloe Jordan | staff writer Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was laid to rest last week and remembered as a woman who was a pioneer in the realm of gender equality. “She was only the second female to be on the court,” AP Government (More)
NEISD athletics adapt to a season affected by COVID
With school board approval and UIL guidelines, the Jags are back on the field and on the court, gearing up for their fall 2020 seasons. “We're expecting every sport this year to have some little tweak to it that will make it a little bit different (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)
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)
Weighted GPA may not be the way to go
by Emma Fischer| feature editor Emma Kern, a freshman Smithson Valley student, piles herself with Pre-AP classes because of the multiplier. But, when she compares her GPA with NEISD students, she realizes that the higher multiplier gives advantage (More)
Knowing two languages can prove beneficial
by Emma Fischer| feature editor Thrown in a new environment, struggling to catch up, junior Gabriela Rivera-Vega moved to the US when she was three. She had spent her life in Germany before that, learning three languages at one time. “There was (More)
On the fence- campus safety
In further attempts to ensure the safety of the students at their high schools, the District has implemented a new policy that fencing needs to surround the campus, but there are already dilemmas with the new gates. “I think the gates clearly deli (More)
Accelerated expulsion now part of new THC possession policy
by Ben Barrera | staff writer Students caught possessing THC on campus will now be facing felony charges, which could include immediate expulsion.  The policy earlier stated that all confiscated vapes would be sent to Austin but this is no longer (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)
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