Free GED Classes are being offered at the Seguin Public Library.
about 2 months ago, Wendy McMullen
Free GED Classes
The free meals program provided by the USDA/Texas Dept of Agriculture for all Navarro ISD students during the pandemic will end with the 2021-2022 school year. Starting with the 2022-2023 school year, students must complete the meal application to qualify to receive free or reduced meals. The portal will open July 1st to apply so please visit www.nisd.us for more information. If you fail to complete the meal application prior to school opening on August 17, 2022 your student will be required to pay for school meals.
4 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Every week should be teacher appreciation week! But the official Teacher Appreciation Week for 2022 in Texas is May 2-6. Campuses across Navarro ISD will be holding activities to let our teachers know how much we love and support them. There’s never a bad time to let your child’s teacher know that you appreciate everything they do. A kind note, a friendly email, or a thoughtful act are always appreciated by our professional educators who work hard for all students, all year long.
5 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Thank you teachers
Remember No school on Friday April 15 and Monday April 18th!
6 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
no school April 15 and 18
Navarro ISD will be having a Special Board Meeting at 6:00 pm on Monday, February 28, 2022 to discuss the Texas Academic Performance Report. The regular monthly Board meeting will start at 6:30 pm, following the special meeting.
7 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Today we are having another Rick Martin Memorial Food Distribution in partnership with Guadalupe County and the San Antonio Food Bank on February 26, 2022 from 12-2pm at Navarro Intermediate School. All participants need to register online ahead of time. Please share with anyone in Guadalupe County! REGISTER HERE https://freshtrak.com/register/event/79851
7 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
All Navarro ISD Campuses and Departments are on a Two-Hour Delay Thursday, Feb. 24 Due to weather and road conditions, and out of an abundance of caution, Navarro ISD will be on a two-hour delayed start Thursday, Feb. 24.
7 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
2 hour delay
Navarro ISD received notice that Huber Rd just north of Rudeloff Rd will be closed today. This may affect your routes to pick up students from school and get home from work. It should be only for the day. The notice states that "The contractor working on the Meadows of Mill Creek Crossing Subdivision is planning to close Huber Road at approximately 30’ north of its intersection with Rudeloff Road beginning at 8:30am Wednesday, February 23, 2022. The road will re-open at 5:00pm. The closure is needed in order to safely complete a utility upgrade. Traffic control and detour signs will be in place."
7 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Due to the winter weather Navarro ISD will be canceling school on Friday February 4th. Stay safe and stay warm!
8 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
school closed Feb 4th
Due to the Winter Storm warning, Navarro ISD will be closed Thursday, February 3rd. We will be monitoring the weather and road conditions on Thursday in order to make a decision for Friday. That decision will come Thursday evening. In the event school is closed Friday, we will notify families via social media, email, and phone.
8 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
School is canceled thursday february 3
Plan to take a little bit of time to support two great NISD programs and this Wednesday! Navarro Education Foundation has funded our Dyslexia program to bring this presentation from Dr. Kendra Thomas and our Navarro High School Theater will be performing the play! Come out and support! 6pm at the Intermediate Cafeteria! 🐾
8 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Kendra Thomas
Panther Nation, we wanted to let you know that we are currently monitoring the weather. A decision about school tomorrow will be made early in the morning. If the district decides to delay or cancel school, parents will receive notification by 6:00 A.M.
8 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Good evening Panther Nation! We wanted to let you know that the stop light at Link Road and Hwy 123 is having an issue and is currently flashing. Please plan accordingly and expect delays. We will have an officer working that intersection in the morning to help with traffic. We are working with GCSO and with TxDot to get this resolved as quickly as we can.
8 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Good evening Panther families, We wanted to reach out about our current COVID situation. We are aware that COVID numbers are on the rise. Currently our district has 3.48% of students and 5.61% of staff out with a positive COVID result. Each campus administrator has been monitoring their numbers and at the close of school today, each campus felt confident that they can have school tomorrow. We are privileged to have many exceptional substitutes willing to fill our vacancies. Navarro ISD will continue to monitor the situation on a daily basis. For current COVID numbers, please log onto our webpage and navigate to the COVID dashboard. We are regularly deep cleaning our schools and encouraging masks and social distancing when possible. As always, we ask that you keep your child home if they are running fever or showing symptoms of a cold / flu. https://datastudio.google.com/u/0/reporting/dfe26f29-6cab-47c3-bf2b-bce778ea4b5e/page/2l4fB
9 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Good evening Panther families, We wanted to reach out about our current COVID situation. We are aware that COVID numbers are on the rise. Currently our district has 3.48% of students and 5.61% of staff out with a positive COVID result. Each campus administrator has been monitoring their numbers and at the close of school today, each campus felt confident that they can have school tomorrow. We are privileged to have many exceptional substitutes willing to fill our vacancies. Navarro ISD will continue to monitor the situation on a daily basis. For current COVID numbers, please log onto our webpage and navigate to the COVID dashboard. We are regularly deep cleaning our schools and encouraging masks and social distancing when possible. As always, we ask that you keep your child home if they are running fever or showing symptoms of a cold / flu. https://datastudio.google.com/u/0/reporting/dfe26f29-6cab-47c3-bf2b-bce778ea4b5e/page/2l4fB
9 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Good evening panther families. In efforts to minimize the spread of illnesses we would greatly appreciate your assistance. If your child is exhibiting new or worsening signs or symptoms of possible COVID-19, please DO NOT send them to campus. Possible symptoms of covid can include: fever, headache, coughing, congestion, sore throat, chills, loss of taste or smell, tiredness, muscle or body aches and other symptoms. If your child is sent home from the nurses office, please follow the guidelines being provided. If your student is COVID positive or is a close contact please contact your school nurse for further information. Please ensure you do not send your student to school with a fever or after administering fever reducing medication in the morning or the night before. Students must be fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medications before returning to school. Stay safe and stay well!
9 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Good morning Panther families. Due to the amount of flooding from last night, many of our roads are still covered with water. In an interest of safety for our students and families we have decided to cancel school for today. Please stay off the roads if possible. We will see all students back tomorrow morning. Stay safe and stay well.
12 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Dear Navarro family The heavy rains throughout the night have left many roads with water standing across them. We have been working with County authorities to assess accessibility. Due to an abundance of caution, the school district will delay the start of school 2 hours. Buses will run 2 hours later than normal as well. Please use caution when out on the roads this morning. Stay safe and stay well
12 months ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Child Nutrition Update
about 1 year ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer
Child Nutrition Update
Homecoming tickets are live! https://www.nisd.us/page/tickets
about 1 year ago, Whitney Magness, Communications Officer