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Hair color guidelines for graduation
by Katie Barton | staff writer Principal Gary Comalander has recently sent out a newsletter regarding hair color guidelines for graduation and rehearsals for graduation. “Regarding hair color, it falls in line with the North East dress code pol (More)
Options for those wishing to take AP exams online
by Tala Kamil | staff writer College Board has recently announced options for students wishing to take their AP exams online rather than in-person. “I think offering multiple administrations of the AP Exams this year is the right thing to do as (More)
Underclassmen voice their opinions on the new schedule
by Lily Moran| staff writer NEISD has recently released the new class schedule for next school year. Because of the major changes from this year's schedule to the new schedule, underclassmen have voiced their opinions on the new modifications. (More)
Summer school will be held at LEE high school
by: Katie Barton | staff writer This year’s summer school sessions will be held in Summer at LEE high school. Students can either get signed up through their counselor, or they can have their parents sign them up online. “You need to go through (More)
New schedule set for 2021-2022 school year
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief The new schedule for the 2021-2022 school year has been officially released; students will continue to find themselves alternating between A and B day classes, though with longer classes and new additions.  “ (More)
Graduation to be held at Alamodome
by Chloe Jordan | tech editor Graduation will occur on May 31 at 2:00 p.m. at the Alamodome.  “So, right now, and this could change, but right now, based on the city policies - the Alamodome is run by the city - we don’t get to dictate wh (More)
A New Schedule for 21-22
Delays underway after city-wide snow-in
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief On the morning of Monday, Feb. 15, students woke up for a day of asynchronous learning amid winter storms. Little did they know that the snow would continue to fall, and the remainder of that school week would b (More)
On-campus case numbers follow state, national trends
Lauryn Chavez | sports editor After the temporary closure of NEISD schools during the cold front, COVID cases on-campus have been decreasing. “There has been a decrease over the last week or two really since the cold spell," principal Gary Coma (More)
In-person instruction not expected to change despite rise in local COVID cases
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief Following a rise in COVID-19 cases after the holidays, junior Sara Vilera asked herself the question: will NEISD schools be closing again? “I am definitely scared of schools closing again because I don't work (More)
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