School News

Hanson Aggregates – Servtex Quarry Food Drive for RACAP

May 15 – 26
Various Locations in Garden Ridge, Schertz, Cibolo, Selma

Four more local students awarded Merit Scholarships

Merit Scholarship winners

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has announced four more local winners of scholarships financed by colleges and universities.  Johnson High’s Lauren Hierholzer and Mary Harris both received a National Merit Baylor University Scholarship.  Harris is interested in pursuing a career in medicine/biology.  H

Johnson High JROTC earns National Champion title

JROTC

The Johnson High School Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) Leadership Team earned the National Tri-Service Champion title at the JROTC Leadership and Academics Bowl (JLAB) in Washington, D.C., June 24-28.

Reagan among Newsweek's top 500 high schools in U.S.

Reagan High
Reagan was one of just three San Antonio campuses to make Newsweek magazine’s 2011 list of the top 500 high schools in the country. Thanks in part to a 98 percent graduation rate, 100 percent college bound rate and 1095 average SAT score, Reagan was ranked number 228 on the list. 
 

Two Reagan students receive writing award

Two Reagan High School students were recently name recipients of The National Council of Teachers of English Achievement Award in Writing.  Michael Mancini and Suchee Shah were among 543 high school seniors chosen for this award.  More than 1,600 students across the country were nominated.

Middleton to receive Health Champion Award

Dr. Richard Middleton

North East ISD Superintendent Dr. Richard A. Middleton has been selected as the 2010 Texas Health Champion Award winner by the Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living at the University of Texas and Live Smart Texas.

NEISD high school newspapers now online

All seven North East ISD high schools went live with their new online newspapers Friday, Sept. 24. In addition to advancing in technology, moving newspapers online improves community access, cost efficiency, and provides students with current and relevant skills necessary for today’s journalism market.

Lopez Middle School welcomes new mascot

Lopez Mascot

The faculty and student body of Lopez Middle School are feeling even more "pep in their step" with the arrival of their first mascot. The still unnamed panther made his debut at Panther Prowl and the Lopez Marketplace Aug. 18. The staff and students were all smiles and were excited that he was finally here, since they had voted to get a mascot the previous spring.

Reagan High offers math prep courses Aug. 9-13

 Reagan High School will offer Algebra II Prep, Pre-Cal Prep, and Calculus Prep for interested students Aug. 9-13.

Bush initiates Read It Forward program

Schooled by Gordon Korman
In honor of National Library Week, Bush Middle School will initiate a school-wide reading program called Read It Forward. Beginning Monday, April 12, 50 copies of Gordon Korman’s book, “Schooled,” will be hidden throughout campus. Students who find a copy will be instructed to read the book, then pass it on to a friend or classmate.