The Natalia High School Varsity cheerleaders brought the spirit to Universal Cheerleaders Association camp held at Texas State University in July. Continue reading “NHS cheerleaders bring home hardware from UCA camp”
Natalia ISD Superintendent Dr. Freeman Hensley Cone agreed to the terms of a two-year contract extension to stay in the district through the 2020-2021 school year.
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Uniforms are a thing of the past in Natalia ISD after the School Board voted to eliminate them in favor of a student standard of dress at the Regular meeting on Monday, July 10.
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This summer Natalia ISD is bringing books to where the students are!
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The pinnacle of success in a school district is built on a strong foundation of staff expertise and professional learning the promotes both 21st century learning environments as well as engaging students in quality instruction. Continue reading “Natalia ISD Emerging Leaders program”
Natalia ISD welcomed two new administrators to the district with the hiring of Elementary principal Carmen Maglievaz and NJHS counselor Tiffanie Sagia.
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Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, Natalia High School students Samantha Sanchez and Priscilla Seaton will be the first student representatives to the NISD School Board.
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The Natalia High School Robotics team competed in the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) State Robotics Contest this weekend. Continue reading “Natalia robotics team places at State”
Natalia Elementary is “going to war” by having a “Lemonade War” competition during ECC field day on Friday, May 26. Continue reading “Natalia Elementary Lemonade War May 26”
Natalia ISD Board members approved an interlocal agreement with Medina County for the collection of delinquent taxes and agreed to bring the AVID program back to the district in the Regular meeting held May 8.
Continue reading “Natalia ISD approves interlocal agreement with Medina County, purchases AVID curriculum set”