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.
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Carmen Maglievaz is new principal at Natalia Elementary.
Tiffanie Sagia is the new counselor at NJHS.
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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Natalia ISD student representatives Samantha Sanchez and Priscilla Seaton are pictured with Superintendent Dr. Hensley Cone, left, and Board members Andrew Besa and Eric Smith.
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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Initially, Devine ISD wasn’t sure if they would be filling all positions of teachers and staff who had retired or resigned this school year, but Superintendent Scott Sostarich and Finance Director Shannon were happy to announce at the board meeting on June 5 that they will be able to fill those positions.
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Members of the 5th grade recorder choir are: Kody Blanquiz, Zoe Ortiz, Rylee Esquibel, Lillian Schenk, Kaydence Scott, Kolton Teeter, Cynthia Maldonado, Catelyn Flores, Skye Samson, Esperanza Carrillo, Saidi Huth, Jordan Buvinghausen, Eva Ozer, Savannah Shuler, Ofmara Vargas Chavez, Fancy Patrick, Jerrica Patrick, Kate Robinson, and Kirara Yracheta.
This year, students of the Devine Intermediate School 5thGrade Recorder Choir collaborated with the San Antonio Symphony in a music education program provided by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute (WMI).
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The 4th place trophy was brought home by Natalia’s Invention Team Hydrotech, consisting of Andrew Walsh, Priscilla Seaton, Sean Schroeder, and Anastasia Rodriguez. Their entry was a robotic low-water crossing system to provide safety for drivers in flooding conditions.
The Natalia High School Robotics team competed in the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) State Robotics Contest this weekend.
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Natalia Elementary is “going to war” by having a “Lemonade War” competition during ECC field day on Friday, May 26.
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