School News

Dance Intensity workshop draws 350 students

Roughly 350 students spent last weekend learning new dance moves from some of the country’s leading choreographers during the 2008 Dance Intensity workshop.  An annual event, the two-day program is open to members of dance and drill teams from all seven NEISD high schools, as well as the North East School of the Arts

Bush music groups win Best in Show in Director's Choice Festival

Bush Choir wins Best Of Show Award

Bush Middle School music groups participated in the Director's Choice Festival in Dallas on Saturday, May 17, 2008, and won Best in Show trophies. The choir, orchestra and band won this award after having earned superior performance ratings at the Spring UIL contests.

No kindergarten lottery needed

All incoming kindergartners registered earlier this month are guaranteed a spot at their home campus for the 2008-09 school year.  With every school able to accommodate the number of incoming students so far, there will be no need for a kindergarten lottery.

Reagan Varsity Boys Soccer dominates Clark

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Reagan Varsity Boys Soccer Breeze by CC King


Seniors await college acceptance letters

Attention all mail carriers.  Beware.  You are in the midst of your most dangerous season and will likely be stalked, chased, tackled, trampled or spontaneously hugged by one or more teenagers anxiously awaiting their college acceptance letters.  Yes, with the arrival of spring so comes the mad dash to the mailbox in hopes of receiving the letter.

Reagan graduate reflects on college life

Cara Patierno knows exactly what high school seniors awaiting college acceptance letters are going through.  A 2007 graduate of Reagan High School, the 18-year-old describes the application process as “pretty stressful,” and recalls the difficulty in applying for colleges while keeping up with her school assignments.

Revised TAKS Exam Schedule

Monday, March 3                  TAKS, TAAS

Ten Kids With Heart honored

Kids with a Heart Winners

Although the weather outside was cold and drizzly, there was nothing but warmth and sunshine at the Village at Stone Oak shopping plaza Saturday morning when dozens of families and friends gathered to honor 10 remarkable boys and girls. Winners of the Kids With Heart! contest, the students from throughout the San Antonio area were rewarded for the care, compassion and concern they have shown their community within the past year.

Switching Roles

New Faces on the Reagan stage

Switching Roles: A Surprise in West Side Story
By Jennie Zurovetz