NEISD WALL OF HEROES
North East ISD's Heroes
Reagan Greer’s family and friends came out in great numbers to honor the man who lived his life in continual service to others. His three children helped unveil his plaque on North East ISD’s Wall of Heroes on Oct. 22, 2021 in front of a gathering that also included District leadership and Board of Trustees.
Michael Bailey was surrounded by his close family and friends including his mother, wife and daughter on the evening of Oct. 22, 2021 when he became one of the latest Wall of Heroes honorees. Bailey is a Churchill High School graduate who taught Texas History at Bradley Middle School for 25 years.
Friends, family and guests gathered at Heroes Stadium as former graduate Jake Cherry was inducted to the North East ISD Wall of Heroes at a special ceremony on Nov. 9, 2017. A plaque featuring the high school football stand-out was added to the wall because of the impact he has made on the lives of current and future generations.
It was an emotional and inspirational day as Admiral William “Bill” H. McRaven (Ret.) was honored with the first Wall of Heroes plaque at North East ISD’s Wall of Heroes ceremony on Oct. 16, 2015. It was a wonderful start to what will be a long-standing tradition of celebrating the achievements of a person from the District who embodies heroic values.
Nominate a Hero
Nominees should embody heroic values. While a hero can be defined in many ways, the District has established criteria to recognize individuals on the District’s “Wall of Heroes.”
Nominations will be accepted between March 1 – May 1, 2023.. Fill out an official nomination form and submit it by the deadline.