Tempest, theatre’s first major production since before COVID-19, opens its doors on Oct. 7.
Johnson is raising money for new refill water fountains through band and other organizations.
Mexican-American studies, taught by English teacher Daniel Farias, and African American studies, taught by social studies teacher Timothy Green, are being offered to students for the first time this year
NEISD will now offer virtual conferencing and tutoring for students who need to remain off-campus.
This year, the johnson theatre department has many shows lined up, from a Shakespearean drama to senior directed plays.
Students were able to fill out their voter registration cards during government and economics classes to register for upcoming elections.
NEISD has made new online COVID data available on their website as well as made changes to attendance and the way absences are counted.