On Tuesday, September 6th, Uvalde CISD will return to their classrooms for the first time. Join us in supporting those students and teachers by wearing maroon to show them that they are in our thoughts and prayers.
3 months ago, Tara Martin
Additional Bus Stops! To reduce the need for students to walk across Spur 3 or FM 3, we are adding 4 satellite stops in town. Please see the attached image for stop information. These stops will begin TUESDAY 9/6. Please keep in mind these are satellite stops, we are not stopping at individual houses.
3 months ago, Normangee ISD
bus stops
Just a reminder that there will be no school on Monday, September 5th. We hope everyone enjoys the long weekend.
3 months ago, Tera Phillips
labor day
School Spirit was definitely on display at today's pep rally!
3 months ago, Tera Phillips
Our students are such great representatives of our school! Congratulations to our girls cross country team for all placing at this week's cross country competition in Madisonville. Way to go girls!
3 months ago, Tera Phillips
cross country
Fall Picture day is Wednesday September 7th Normangee ISD Prepay Link https://vando.imagequix.com/g1000952040#login
3 months ago, NROMANGEE ISD
Exciting News.... Normangee ISD will offer a free online tutoring resource to our students and parents this school year called Paper. This resource will allow students to chat online with a tutor that can help them with any subject, at any time. Our teachers just finished training on this resource and parents will be given more information very soon. Please be on the lookout for more information about Paper and how this resource can help your student.
3 months ago, Tera Phillips
Did you know.... Normangee Volleyball won the Anderson Tournament this past weekend and they play again tonight in the Panther Gym. Come out and support these girls as they take on New Waverly. JV starts at 5:00 pm and Varsity plays right after. Good Luck Ladies!
3 months ago, Tera Phillips
Volleyball team
This week at Normangee ISD...
3 months ago, Tera Phillips
This week August 29 2022
Reminder: School Nutrition Services utilizes a computerized meal accounting system to track all meals and purchases. Students access this system when they scan their student ID at the bar code reader located on the serving line and snack bar. Students will be issued one free ID badge each year. No student will be denied a breakfast or lunch because they don’t have an ID. However, all Junior High and High School students are required to have their school-issued identification badge with them during the instructional day. The use of a student ID allows for NISD to be “touch free”. It also allows students to move efficiently through lines giving them more time to enjoy lunch. A fee of $5.00 will be charged to the student for replacement of a lost, damaged, or defaced ID badge. Snack Bar is a privilege and students who do not have their ID will not be allowed to purchase from the snack bar.
3 months ago, Tara Green
Did you know you can see what’s for breakfast and lunch each day on the NISD app? Search Normangee ISD on your device to download!
4 months ago, Normangee ISD
lunch menu
NISD earned an 88 overall score for a B Rating as a District per TEA accountability
4 months ago, Normangee ISD
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL DUAL CREDIT STUDENTS: 1. Payments are due to Navarro by August 15, 2022. 2. Dual credit classes will begin August 22, 2022. If you have any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Martin.
4 months ago, Tara Martin
Don't miss Meet The Teachers night on August 15th! Be there at 5:30 to hear an update on safety, security, construction, and the upcoming school year!
4 months ago, Mark Ruffin
Meet teachers
Teachers and Staff are back on campus today getting ready for a GREAT start to the 22-23 school year! Can't wait to see our kids next Wednesday!
4 months ago, Normangee ISD
welcome back
UPDATED POST ON SCHOOL LUNCHES The federal program that provided free meals to all students last year is no longer available for this school year. In order to qualify for FREE OR REDUCED-PRICE meals, we are asking ALL FAMILIES to fill out the application at this link https://www.mealappnow.com/mannor/splash.php OR by scanning the QR code below. NISD School Lunch prices are set according to federal requirements: Student Lunch = $2.50, Reduced Lunch = .40 cents Student Breakfast = $1.50, Reduced Breakfast = .30 cents Please do not be confused, surrounding districts MAY qualify for community wide free lunch programs. At this time, Normangee ISD does not qualify for any community wide, free lunch programs. Please help us collect the data necessary by filling out the meal application at the link or QR Code.
4 months ago, Normangee ISD
qr code
Hey Panther Band! If you haven't heard, there is a new band director in town. A little about me, I'm a student of Fred Junkin from Victoria, Texas (Jerry's Dad - Director of Bands at UT Austin), Eddie Green (former director of the University of Houston) and 4 time DCI Snare line member ('84 Houston Nighthawks, '85 Sky Ryders from Kansas, and '87-'88 Troopers from Casper, Wyoming). I was a concerto competition finalist at the first Texas Music Festival in Houston. I'm so blessed I married my High School sweetheart and we have two sons. Both were band members and baseball players. One is now a financial analyst and the other a chemical engineer and both are graduates with honors from Texas A&M. I taught band for 29 years in Cy-Fair ISD and retired after 2018. I've been judging bands (member of TMAA for both Marching Bands and Concert Bands), doing clinics helping other band directors with their bands and also umpiring baseball. I am a member of TASO and umpired two rounds of play-offs this year. I have property in the Normangee area and out of the blue a few weeks ago I happened to look at the school website and saw there was a band director needed. I thought about it a lot and honestly have thought about little else since. I sent my resume, talked with some great folks and here we are. I could not be more excited about teaching in Normangee. Although I spent my career in the 6A world, the lessons are the same at any level. My job is to help young people learn the correlation between hard work and success. If it were easy then it wouldn't be as fun when excellence is achieved. I love music, I love working with kids, I love working together with parents to create an environment for all to be proud of. This all happened really fast but I truly feel this opportunity was meant to happen and am absolutely thrilled. I would like nothing more than to start rehearsing and working together now but i also realize many schedules have been made with family time and that is important. Mr. Davis and I will look at the schedule and see if there is some time we can get together and begin the building process before school starts. It would be awesome if we could start RIGHT NOW, and if you could see the smile on my face you would know I mean it. I'll be glad to get started whenever that day is able to happen and will absolutely give you my best each and every day. Somebody may be smarter than me or more talented than me but my goal is to never have anyone work harder than me. This was supposed to be a short note but "short" is up to interpretation I guess, I have a lot more to give and can't wait to start. Sincerely, Russell Holcombe Proud Director of the Normangee Panther Band Let's GOOOOO!
4 months ago, Trae Davis
Thank you all who came out yesterday afternoon to help support our students, staff, and community during this difficult time. Thank you to Buffalo ISD, Madisonville ISD, Centerville ISD, and ESC Region 6 for helping provide counseling support for our students, parents, and staff. We appreciate your support and service!
5 months ago, Normangee ISD
Thank you to all that came this morning to stand in solidarity and lift up the community of Uvalde.
6 months ago, Normangee ISD
students gather
students gather
school building
NISD welcomes parents and students to attend a “See You At The Pole” tomorrow morning at 7:20. This time of reflection will focus on lifting up the community of Uvalde, our students, our community, and our nation. Wear maroon for Uvalde!
7 months ago, Mark Ruffin