Each high school campus has its own Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) program. JROTC students participate in various meets to test their skills developed through the program.
North East proudly provides its students with a wide variety of choices in public education, especially through its 12 magnet schools. These programs range from agriscience to engineering and technologies to the arts. Our Career and Technical Education department also works to bring unique skill-building opportunities to many campuses.
Students may use the NEISD Web site to access teacher web pages, search through campus pages, see what's cooking at the cafeteria, connect to the district's library system or review the Parent-Student Handbook. Students may also visit Pupil Personnel Services or Student-Parent 411 for more information on the rules and guidelines for attending NEISD schools.
Campuses work hard to ensure that students are entering a safe and drug free environment. Campus and district staff encourage students to help make each campus a Safe and Drug Free School and Community by conducting events and programs throughout the year. Program services include Student Teacher Assistance Network (STAN), Peer Assistance Leadership and Service (PALS), Unity Club, Winners' Circle, Bullying Prevention Month, Random Acts of Kindness Week, Shattered Dreams, Red Ribbon Week, and more.
And finally, North East Community Education offers Driver Education classes year-round. Students are taught by professional instructors through classroom instruction, driving and observation.