Project partners. As our lord and savior Ned Bigby once said, it’s the “most important choice you make before marriage.” But these unions result in even more frustration than that of an old married couple
Tears fill her eyes as she remembers the sixth grader who picked up the instrument for the first time, the freshman at her first marching band rehearsal, and the senior walking the stage at graduation. Senior Sarah Rodriguez takes one last look before closing the case, for what could be the last time.
Whether it’s finding a school that most appropriately aligns with your academic needs, negating the pro’s and con’s of in state versus out of state tuition, or simply trying to figure out what you want to study, the college application process is one that many students face, but there is something that can be added to a college resume that may benefit students.
This year there are approximately 41 new teachers on campus, including a new counselor and a new administrator. Having graduated from an NEISD high school, Min is one of these new additions to staff, teaching Algebra II and AQR (Advanced Quantified Reasoning).
What many students might not know is how much time and consideration is actually spent on preparing the meals that are provided on a daily basis at our school, as well as several nutrition and dietary guidelines that must be followed.
Summer is a busy time for Johnson High school, even though school is not going on at the time. Students come in for last minute requests and needs, while staff members take care of those needs and make sure the following year will go smoothly.
NEISD continues to monitor school safety after a non-credible threat followed by an actual incident on a high school campus where a student was found to be in possession of firearms.
Walking down an alley, clutching our bags so tightly, our knuckles turn white, all of the while avoiding contact with the group of lust driven men whistling away various vulgarities. We zip up our jackets and make a beeline to our car. All to avoid any unwanted advances. Most women know this feeling. The fear that something will happen just because we’re… women.