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  • "Thank you for going above and beyond!"

    Posted by Lila Stanley on 6/3/2024 1:00:00 PM

    Nichols and Dunning with an NEISD student It takes a village to get our kids to school and back home again safely. We couldn't do it without dedicated bus drivers and assistants like Benjamin Nichols and Patricia Dunning!

    NEISD parent Angelique Forsyth reached out to share the impactful role they have played in her son's life over the past few years. 

    "I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Special Education bus service that provided transportation for my son for the last three years. I appreciated the care and assistance from the bus driver, Benjamin Nichols, and bus assistant, Patricia Dunning, from Bus #347. Words alone cannot express my gratitude for their care and support in providing safe transportation to and from Bradley Middle School daily. Thank you for going above and beyond!"  

    Has an NEISD educator or staff member positively impacted you? Visit neisd.net/shoutouts to let them know!

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  • 2020 Senior Spotlight Update!

    Posted by Evan Henson on 5/31/2024

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    North East ISD proudly celebrates 2020 Churchill High School graduate Caitlin Vela. This month, Caitlin graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Engineering.

    Vela’s story was unique in that during her senior year, she struggled with homelessness. But thanks to her teachers, counselors and NEISD volunteers, she found the support she needed to graduate high school with Summa Cum Laude honors and go to UT on scholarship.

    Click here to watch her story

    Kristy Wager is one of North East ISD’s McKinney-Vento Liaisons, working with our District’s homeless students. She traveled to Austin to watch her cross the stage and celebrate her latest academic accomplishment. Once a Charger, always a Charger.

    Vela is now headed to Louisiana to work for Syensqo as a process engineer. Being a chemical engineer was her goal when she left Churchill, and now she’s getting to live her dream!

    Caitlin is ready to make an impact on the world #theNEISDway 

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  • Megan Pace is a lifesaver!

    Posted by Evan Henson on 5/28/2024

    Megan next to quote from storyNorth East ISD educators are more than just teachers. They provide love, guidance and support to students daily. Megan Pace is an Instructional Assistant at Wetmore Elementary School. She supports students in all sorts of ways. 

    According to her Assistant Principal, Carmen Arriaga, she’s a lifesaver.

    “We would like to give a Big Shout Out to Megan Pace. We applaud Megan for quickly taking action when she saw one of our students choking in the cafeteria. Megan thought back on her CPR training and performed the Heimlich maneuver while another staff member went to get the school nurse.  

    We are happy that her quick thinking came at a moment’s notice and that the child is fine. 

    Wetmore is proud and grateful to have such wonderful staff, such as Megan, who support our students in any way they can! 

    We commend Megan for quickly taking action to help our students. 

    Way to go, Megan!!!”

    If you want to thank an educator, we’ve made it easy. You can send them a Staff Shout Out, and they will be notified. You can also share more information about the experience and tell your story.

    Visit neisd.net/shoutouts

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