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Stovall Wins State Title in 50-meters at Diving and Swim Meet
Stovall Wins State Title in 50-meters at Diving and Swim Meet
02/17/2018
Nacogdoches High School senior Jesse Stovall won the girls 50-meter freestyle race this morning at the UIL Diving and Swimming State Meet in Austin.
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SFA presents National African-American Read-In at BQJ
SFA presents National African-American Read-In at BQJ
02/16/2018
Pre-K students through second-graders were read to by Stephen F. Austin State University students and faculty. SFA professor Dr. Lauren Burrow and Sara De La Garza, a junior at SFA, were on hand early Friday in the BQJ library.
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Region 7 Model UN High School Competition
Region 7 Model UN High School Competition
02/15/2018
Model United Nations students from Nacogdoches High School came away with a big haul of medals from the Region 7 competition held Monday at Stephen F. Austin State University.
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Lady Dragons Playoff Game
Lady Dragons Playoff Game
02/08/2018
The Nacogdoches Lady Dragons will play Waco University in a Class 5A bi-district playoff basketball game at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 13, in Fairfield.
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District Wide Professional Development
District Wide Professional Development
02/06/2018
Students had the day off Monday in Nacogdoches ISD, and teachers and staff took advantage of the professional development day to absorb more training.
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Spelling Bee Champ
Spelling Bee Champ
02/01/2018
Fifth-grader Miguel Trejo will represent Nettie Marshall Academy of Dual Language Saturday, Feb. 3, at Lufkin High School in the district/regional spelling bee.
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NHS Raises Awareness during month of January
01/31/2018
January was Human Trafficking Awareness month, and the NHS Student Council wanted to bring awareness to the problem.
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Uncertain, Texas
Uncertain, Texas
01/30/2018
Kelsey Watkins knows about the small town. Watkins, a first-grade teacher at Brooks-Quinn-Jones Elementary, grew up in Uncertain and her father still lives there.
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Anyone Can Become a Writer
Anyone Can Become a Writer
01/30/2018
Authors P.J. Hoover and Jessica Lee Anderson shared the same message Monday and Tuesday with Nacogdoches ISD students: There’s no established path to becoming a writer, and anyone can do it.
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NHS Swim Team & UIL are Shining in the District!
01/28/2018
Nacogdoches High School’s swim team swept boys and girls district titles Last weekend in Lufkin while NHS UIL students brought home 17 medals from the invitational meet in Center.
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NHS Honor Society Donates Pillow Cases to Childrens Hospital
01/25/2018
National Honor Society members at Nacogdoches High School participated in the Texas Children’s Hospital’s, “Prayers and Pillowcases.”
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School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) Meeting
01/22/2018
February 7th at the District Support Center 11:30 - 1:00pm. Please join us at this open meeting to participate and contribute to the discussion regarding our district’s wellness policy.
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National Blue Ribbon Award Nomination Celebration
National Blue Ribbon Award Nomination Celebration
01/22/2018
Nettie Marshall Academy of Dual Language students, staff and Nacogdoches ISD administrators and trustees on Monday celebrated the school’s nomination for a 2018 National Blue Ribbon Award.
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Pablo Joins NISD Police Force
Pablo Joins NISD Police Force
01/19/2018
Pablo, a Belgian Malinois dog, has joined the Nacogdoches Independent School District police force. Two-year-old Pablo is trained as a dual purpose police dog — for narcotics detection and handler protection. The dog is also trained to passive alert on five odors.
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Nettie Marshall Academy of Dual Language Nominated for Blue Ribbon Honors
Nettie Marshall Academy of Dual Language Nominated for Blue Ribbon Honors
01/18/2018
Nettie Marshall Academy of Dual Language is one of 26 schools in Texas nominated for the 2018 National Blue Ribbon School Award. It’s a noteworthy accomplishment, and Nacogdoches ISD wants to celebrate.
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School Board
School Board Appreciation
01/12/2018
January is School Board Recognition Month, and Nacogdoches Independent School District is joining other districts across Texas to thank these community volunteers for their commitment and contributions to our public schools.
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NHS Cap & Gown Portraits
12/22/2017
G Patterson studio will be taking senior Cap and Gown portraits on Wednesday, January 10 from 8:00 am to 11:00 am.
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Children's Hospital Donation
12/22/2017
In addition to Christmas gifts for patients at Texas Childen's Hospital, Nacogdoches High School’s National Honor Society crafted spirited and joy-filled Christmas cards for the patients, siblings, and families.
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Cold and influenza season are here and there are several things to do to help keep you and others well.
Fighting the Flu
12/18/2017
Cold and influenza season are here and there are several things to do to help keep you and others well.
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 It looks like a game, but that’s coding
It looks like a game, but that’s coding
12/08/2017
NISD students take part in nation-wide Computer Science Week
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Student Teacher Reception
Student Teacher Reception
12/07/2017
Nacogdoches Independent School District held a reception Friday, Dec. 1, to recognize fall student teachers and interns.
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Steel Magnolias
Steel Magnolias
11/29/2017
The play “Steel Magnolias” is one of Victoria Perry’s favorites. In fact, it’s the second time the Nacogdoches High School theater teacher has put on the production of Robert Harling’s story based on the author’s real life experience of losing a sister to Type 1 diabetes.
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Garden Party
Garden Party
11/28/2017
At three Nacogdoches Independent School District campuses students tend to their fields at Thomas J. Rusk, Fredonia and Carpenter elementary schools.
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Mirabeau B. Lamar Award of Excellence
Mirabeau B. Lamar Award of Excellence
11/07/2017
Mike Moses Middle School teacher Crystal Kilmer was presented with the Mirabeau B. Lamar Award of Excellence by the Masonic Lodge Nov. 2.
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TJR Principal to be Featured at Lead4Ward Conference
TJR Principal to be Featured at Lead4Ward Conference
11/03/2017
The education service and support firm Lead4ward will feature Thomas J. Rusk Elementary School principal Paula Harshbarger later this month during a conference in central Texas. Harshbarger was selected to describe TJR’s successful effort to turn around from an “improvement required” campus.
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“River and Hope: A Tale of Two Therapy Dogs” by NISD counselor Emily Taravella
Mike Moses Student Illustrates Children's Book
11/02/2017
Emily Taravella had an idea of writing a children’s book, something she could use as a tool to reach out to the young students she sees as a counselor with Nacogdoches Independent School District.
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Fredonia Flag Donation
Fredonia Flag Donation
11/02/2017
Nacogdoches Rotary Club members Milton Moorer and Jimmy Partin on Thursday, Oct. 26, presented U.S. and Texas flags to Fredonia Elementary School.
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Veterans Day
Veterans Day
11/01/2017
A number of campuses throughout the District celebrated Veterans Day with various events and ceremonies. Click below to see a sideshow of these events.
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NHS Forensic Science Class
NHS Forensic Science Class
10/30/2017
Nacogdoches High School’s forensic science class was investigating its own faux crime scene Thursday. And, by the way, it was with a shovel in the greenhouse, but “who did it” would take some work by the mostly seniors in Roya Dinbali’s class.
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Band Earns Division I Rating
Band Earns Division I Rating
10/23/2017
Nacogdoches High School’s Golden Dragon Marching Band earned a Division I rating Saturday at the Region XXI UIL marching competition at Longview High School. It’s the 37th Division I rating the school has earned since 1980.
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Mr. Zemanek is Awarded by Science Association
Mr. Zemanek is Awarded by Science Association
10/22/2017
Charles Zemanek, a teacher at McMichael is named Rookie Teacher of the Year by the Science Teachers Association of Texas.
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Carpenter Students Coding
Carpenter Students Coding
10/22/2017
Emeline Carpenter Elementary School librarian Linsey Taylor (left) and Stephen F. Austin State University professor Dr. Lauren Burrow make a presentation earlier this month at the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement in Galway, Ireland.
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Japanese Students
Japanese Students
10/11/2017
A rousing welcome last week awaited six students and a sponsor visiting Mike Moses Middle School from the Japanese city of Kagoshima.
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