We welcome families as partners in our school's mission to LEAD- Learn, Empower, Achieve and Dream. Parents play an integral part of their child's education and that continues once students enter school and begin their school routines. Parents are welcome to partner with us across the campus to support our mission. Volunteer opportunities include: WATCH Dogs, homeroom parents, cafeteria supervision at lunch, library assistance throughout the day and help at special campus events throughout the year.
Helpful Links for All Parents
The Kids' Involvement Network
The Kids' Involvement Network (KIN) provides afterschool enrichment activities and supervision for elementary and middle school students in a way that will improve their attitudes, grades, and behavior so that they will be positive members of the school and community.
KIN begins as soon as school dismisses. The afternoon activities consist of a healthy snack, socialization, and recreational activities such as recess, group sports, and health and wellness programming. Homework time is a main focus of our programs and is structured to assist students in a way that will benefit all learning styles. Enrichment activities are conducted every day to enhance learning. The evening wraps up with dismissal at 6:30 PM.
Find Your Student's Teacher
Our school is committed to engaging all stakeholders in the education of our children. Only when we build strong relationships with teachers can we best meet the needs of each and every student.
Each teacher on this campus is a dedicated professional in their field committed to work with parents, students, and the community. Each of us will provide you with the information and help that you require.Teacher Directory
Building a Community for Growth
When you choose to live in this community, you choose the elementary, middle and high schools that your child will attend. An elementary school feeds into the middle school down the street, and the middle school feeds into the neighborhood high school. This alignment allows academic leaders to ensure that the foundational curriculum prepares children as they progress through the grades. Counselors, teachers, specialists, Fine Arts educators, and coaches become aware of children advancing through the cluster schools and prepare for their needs, gifts, and talents.
We know that parents and family members play an important role in the success of their students. We want to help you stay engaged in the academic process and connected to the university. If you’re just joining our community as a parent of a new student, please visit our parents and families orientation page (see quick links) to get started.
The Volunteer Program is the bridge between our community and the best interests of the students in the North East Independent School District. Our goal is to help students gain the academic skills and the self-confidence necessary to become successful learners while reaching their fullest potential in the community.
The NEISD Partners in Education (PIE) Mentor Program is designed to organize assistance for our at-risk students. Our goal is to provide students with an opportunity to interact with positive adult role models who will encourage and motivate students to succeed in school.
RootEd is a parent-led, grassroots organization that promotes neighborhood public schools through storytelling, advocacy, and education. We believe a strong public school system for all children creates a robust economic and well-connected community.