Organizations

PTA

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Fine Arts


  • Band

    Woodwind, Brass, and Percussion students perform for community and various competitions For more information click here.

  • Orchestra
    Violin, Viola, Cello, and Bass students perform concerts, competitions, and festivals. For more information click here.
  • Choir
    Singing groups include: 6th gr. Beginning Men & Ladies, 7th/8th gr. Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced Men & Ladies. These students perform for school, community, sporting events, and various competitions. For more information click here.
  • Theatre
    Creating Performances for the community and various competitions, Advance class works on the One Act Play. For more information click here.
  • Art
    For information click here.

 

Broadcasting


This is a video/broadcast club creating videos and commercials

Chess


Students will learn and compete in Chess.

FCA


Fellowship of Christian Athletes

NJHS


The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) recognizes outstanding middle school students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Character, and Citizenship.

Robotics


This club will compete in the following robotics competitions: Mondays for FLL (First Lego League), Thursdays for SA Best, FTC (First Tech Challenge)

Rocketry


Students will learn how to construct and paint model rockets

Soccer


We practice soccer skills like passing, dribbling and shooting the ball. The students are divide up and we play a game each week.

Safe & Drug Free School


We promote safety and good health!

Scrubs


Open to all students interested on a Health related field.

SCI-FI


Students will read sci-fi short stories, watch sci-fi video clips. Projects include building models and creating podcasts.

UIL Information


Congratulations to the Krueger Academic UIL team for taking first place in the small school division at this year's district championship meet!


UIL stands for "University Interscholastic League" which is the governing body for athletic, academic, drama, and music competitions in Texas. NEISD sponsors academic teams at each of the middle and high schools.

  • Spelling

    Students write selected spelling words from the UIL spelling list. This event is open to all grade levels. Participants need to get a spelling list from the coach and attend practices throughout the year. Spelling list for 6th graders differs from the 7th/8th grade list.

  • Calculator

    Students use a graphing calculator to solve problems. Necessary calculator skills will be taught during practice sessions. The school provides the calculators for practices and meets. This event is open to all grade levels.

  • Maps, Charts & Graphs

    Students use an atlas to help them answer multiple choice questions dealing with maps, charts and graphs. This event is open to all grade levels.

  • Social Studies

    Students answer as many of the 50 multiple choice social studies questions as they are able in a 30-minute time period. All three grade levels may participate in social studies.

  • Mathematics

    Students solve as many of the 50 multiple choice general mathematics questions as they are able to in a 30-minute time period. All three grade levels may participate in mathematics.

  • Number Sense

    Students solve arithmetic problems using only mental arithmetic skills. Students have 10 minutes to complete as many problems as they are able. Students must use blue ink and may not erase, mark-over, scratch out, or show any work. Students must attend practice sessions to learn the necessary number sense "tricks". This event is open to all grade levels.

  • Dictionary Skills

    Students use dictionaries to answer multiple choice questions about word usage, word origins, and definitions. All three grades participate in this event. Students need to attend practices so they become familiar with the dictionary and the types of questions tested.

  • Science

    Students answer as many of the 50 multiple choice general science questions as they can in the 40 minute time period. All three grades may participate. Sixth graders - general science; Seventh graders - Science I; Eighth graders - Science II.