- Esperanza Buruato
Each school district in the state is required to establish and maintain a district-level school health advisory council. State law requires the majority of SHAC members to be parents (of students enrolled in NEISD schools) who are not employees of NEISD. The School Health Advisory Council acts in an advisory capacity to Board of Trustees.
Degrees and Certifications:
B.S.in Criminal Justice, M.A. in Education
Mrs. Rachel Yates
Mrs. Yates has a Bachelor degree in Criminal Justice from Southwest Texas State University (currently Texas State University) and a Masters of Arts degree in Education from The University of Texas at San Antonio. Mrs. Yates was a Juvenile Detention Officer in Bexar County before becoming a teacher. She began her teaching career in 1997 as a special education teacher.
Assistant Principal for three years in NEISD before becoming a principal in 2010.
Mrs. Yates comes from a very large family, having 9 brothers and sisters. She was the second to youngest and has the privilege of being both a little and big sister. She married her highschool sweetheart, Monty, in 1998. They have one son, Haden. The Yates family love to go “glamping” in their travel trailer. When not watching her son play high school basketball, Mrs. Yates loves to read, watch sports (Roll Tide, Go Cowboys), and spend time with family and friends
Duties and Responsibilities
Title IX Coordinator
Campus Behavior Coordinator
Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Goldblum-Vazquez has a bachelor’s degree in international business from the University of Texas Pan-American (currently University of Texas Rio Grande Valley) and a Master of Education in School Leadership degree from Trinity University. Mrs. Goldblum-Vazquez was a Dual Language teacher for 12 years, teaching in grades ranging from 1st-7th. She was also a Reading Instructional Coach prior to becoming an Assistant Principal.
Mrs. Goldblum-Vazquez spent her childhood in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. She is married and has 3 children. The newest member of the Vazquez crew is a grandson. The Vazquez family loves to spend time outdoors with their German Shepherds and watch their son play baseball. When not watching their son play, they like to cheer on the Cowboys, Longhorns, and the Mexican National soccer team.
Mrs. Goldblum-Vázquez tiene una licenciatura en negocios internacionales de la Universidad de Texas Pan-American (actualmente la Universidad de Texas Rio Grande Valley) y una Maestría en Educación en Liderazgo Escolar de la Universidad Trinity. La Sra. Goldblum-Vázquez fue maestra de lenguaje dual durante 12 años enseñando en los grados del 1 al 7. También fue Entrenadora de Instrucción de Lectura antes de convertirse en subdirectora.
La Sra. Goldblum-Vázquez pasó su infancia en San Luis Potosí, México. Está casada y tiene 3 hijos. El miembro más nuevo de la tripulación de Vázquez es un nieto. A la familia Vázquez le encanta pasar tiempo al aire libre con sus pastores alemanes y ver a su hijo jugar béisbol. Cuando no están en los partidos de beisbol de su hijo, les gusta ver jugar a los Cowboys, Longhorns y la selección mexicana de fútbol.
What to Expect
Most campus visits will include the following:
- Information Session: A campus representative talks to you or your group about the school and its unique opportunities offered on campus.
- Campus Tour: You’ll see the main parts of the campus and have a chance to ask questions.
If you have any specific areas of interest, be sure to let the campus know, so that they can try to accomodate.
For questions or to register by phone or email, please call 210-407-7400.
Discover Stahl! Where...
- We are a Leader in Me School.
- We are a Dual Language campus.
- We are an AVID campus.
- We offer many student clubs.
- We have Student Safety Patrols.
- Students can participate in Student Council.
- We offer Strings and students participate in the Young Masters Art Show.
- We have a Gifted & Talented Program and offer Hyper-Accelerated Math.
- We have a Parent Involvement Specialist.