Navarro parents, This is a message from your campus nurses. Please remember to pick up your child’s medication by tomorrow, Thursday May 27 before the end of the school day. All meds MUST be picked up, if they are not, they WILL be disposed of by the campus nurse. Thank you
Good morning Navarro ISD parents. The storms that rolled in during the night did not affect the school district and each campus does have electricity and water. We understand that some families may have been affected by the storms during the night and may be experiencing loss of power. If your family is experiencing difficulties preparing for school, students will not be penalized for arriving late. Thank you and be safe.
Good afternoon Navarro Panther Families. This call is to let you know that we are having an early release this Friday, May 21 at 2 pm. Our Boys Baseball team is advancing to the 4A Regional Quarter Finals this week. They will be playing against Canyon Lake on Thursday and Friday at 4:30. Since it is the best of 3 games, if a 3rd game is needed, it will be on Saturday at 4:30. All games will be held at NorthEast ISD Complex in San Antonio. We hope that all our Navarro Panther Fans will be able to come out and support our baseball team. It's a GREAT day to be a Panther.
Due to changes in our our girls softball team playoff schedule, the athletic banquet scheduled for Thursday night has been canceled. It will be rescheduled for a later date. Thank you.
Good afternoon Panther families. We hope that everyone has enjoyed their extended weekend. The district would like to remind all 4th, 7th and 9th grade students that they will be taking the STAAR Writing test tomorrow. Please help our students prepare by making sure they get enough rest tonight and start their day with a great breakfast! We can’t wait to see everyone back in the halls tomorrow! Have a great evening.
Good Afternoon Navarro Panther Families! We wanted to let you know that we have added a link on the front page of the district website under Important Notices to a parent survey for you to give your opinion about face coverings in our district for the rest of the school year. The survey results will be shared with the School Board. We are asking that only parents of current NISD students fill out this survey. Stay safe and stay well!
Incoming 9th Grade Parent Nights will be held on Monday, March 8th and Tuesday, March 9th beginning at 6:00 pm in the high school cafeteria. Monday will be for students with last names A-L and Tuesday will be for students with last names M-Z. Information regarding course selection, high school programs, advanced academics, and four year plans will be discussed. This will be an in person event, and a live stream will also be available. The link for the stream will be posted as soon as it is available through Facebook and the Campus Website.
Good afternoon Panther families. I am reaching out today with information about Governor Abbott's Executive Order GA 34. At 1:30 today, Governor Abbott announced an ending to several COVID restrictions in Texas, including capacity and mask orders effective next Wednesday, March 10th. This will be a fluid situation over the next several days as we receive guidance from our local county, CDC, the UIL, and the Texas Education Agency. There are also unanswered questions about what this means for quarantine guidelines and close contact for exposures. We will continue to operate under all current guidelines until new information is received. We will share more details once available. This means that we will continue to wear masks, take temperatures and use hand sanitizer throughout the day. We will notify all stakeholders if current Navarro ISD protocols change. NISD thanks all of our Panther families for your patience and understanding throughout this school year.
Our District was not originally notified about a boil water notice from Spring Hill. After finally receiving some communication the district notified all campuses about the boil water notice. We are making arrangements for limited bottled water at each campus for students and staff tomorrow. The cafeterias will boil water for both breakfast and lunch tomorrow. If parents have bottled water, we encourage them to send a bottle or two with their child to school tomorrow. Thank you for your understanding.
The sun has come out and defrosted the roads. Power and water has been returned to the campuses, therefore Navarro ISD will return to school as normal on Monday, February 22, 2021. Please remind students to bring their devices to school! See you in the morning! ☀️🐾
Good afternoon Navarro Panther families. Due to continued power outages and water supply issues, the district has decided to cancel school for Thursday and Friday. This will allow our maintenance department time to assess buildings and prepare for the return of students on Monday. Please continue to stay safe and warm.
Good afternoon Navarro Panther families. The weather forecast for tonight includes a winters mix. The power company has stated that we will continue to have rolling power outages , therefore the district has decided to cancel school for Wednesday. Please stay safe and warm.
Good afternoon Navarro Panther families. The groundhog wasn’t kidding when he predicted 6 more weeks of winter! We hope you are enjoying the beautiful snow while staying safe and warm. Since road conditions are not supposed to improve over night and we will continue to have rolling power outages, the district has decided to cancel school tomorrow. We do recommend wrapping up in a blanket and reading a good book or two. Enjoy your Tuesday off and we will see you on Wednesday.
From Patrick Pinder, Guadalupe County Fire Marshal /Emergency Management Coordinator Freezing drizzle through the day has left icy roadways through the Hill Country, I-35 corridor and eastward. Conditions will continue to deteriorate further this evening and tonight across all of South-Central Texas! A major winter storm will move across the region this evening through Monday morning. A mix of freezing rain and sleet is initially expected, with a change over to all snow this evening. The change to snow will occur from west to east through the rest of the afternoon and evening. Travel will be very difficult to near impossible across many areas! Blowing snow in some areas could reduce visibility and snow may obscure ice underneath. The icy roads could persist into Tuesday. Travel is highly discouraged! Scattered power outages could occur, especially across the Hill Country and Central Texas where ice still exists from earlier rounds of winter precipitation. Bitterly cold air will spill into the region by Monday morning. The coldest temperatures since 1989 are forecast Monday and Tuesday mornings, with low temperatures in the single digits and teens. Exposed pipes could be damaged if not protected. Strong winds will make it feel even colder, with wind chill values Monday morning ranging from -15 to 0 degrees! Without proper protection hypothermia could quickly set in. Check frequently on those without heat. Protect plants and pipes. Provide warm shelter for pets. Another disturbance will bring a chance for freezing rain Tuesday night into Wednesday, and a wintry mix Wednesday night. Additional ice accumulations are possible.
Dear Panther families, The National Weather Service has updated the hourly forecast for our area, and is now calling for freezing temperatures during the early morning hours. Out of an abundance of caution for our students, staff, and parents, and to provide time to make arrangements if necessary, Navarro ISD will operate under a 2 hour delay. Schools will start at 10am on Monday, January 11th. Buses will begin their routes at 8am. Staff will report to their campus at 9am.
Navarro Community, Today at 1pm we will begin maintenance on our district and campus websites. Maintenance will include a few quality of life upgrades and other improvements. Please allow 15 - 30 minutes for the changes to propagate. Thank You
Good evening Navarro Panther Families. I am calling to let you know that we have an Elementary school student who has tested positive for COVID. The student was last at school on Friday, Dec. 11. We also have an Elementary staff member who has tested positive. The staff member was last at school on Tuesday, Dec. 15. This brings our total number of positive cases to 8 throughout the district. Our COVID dashboard has been updated to reflect the current cases. Please help us by continuing to follow COVID safety protocols such as wearing a mask, using hand sanitizer and monitoring students for symptoms before sending them to school. We will discontinue utilizing phone calls to alert you about new COVID cases beginning January 5. The district will be utilizing the COVID Dashboard to keep the community informed. Stay safe and Stay well. It’s a great day to be a Panther!
Good evening Navarro Panther Families. I am calling to let you know that we have a high school student who has tested positive for COVID. The student was last at school on Thursday, Dec. 10. This brings our total number of positive cases to 6 throughout the district. Our COVID dashboard has been updated to reflect the current case. Please help us by continuing to follow COVID safety protocols such as wearing a mask, using hand sanitizer and monitoring students for symptoms before sending them to school. I would also like to remind you that Friday is an early release day. Stay safe and Stay well. It’s a great day to be a Panther!
Good evening Navarro Panther Families. I am calling to let you know that we have 2 elementary students who have tested positive for COVID. Both students were last at school on Friday, Dec. 11. We also have 1 high school student who has tested positive. This student was last at school on Wednesday, Dec. 9. Please help us by continuing to monitor students for symptoms before sending them to school. Stay safe and Stay well. It’s a great day to be a Panther!
Good evening Navarro Panther Families. I am calling to let you know that we have had one High School staff member test positive for COVID. The staff member was last at school on December 9. We have updated the COVID dashboard to reflect this new case. Please continue to practice safety precautions and monitor for COVID symptoms. Stay safe and stay well. Remember, it's a great day to be a Panther!