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In the wake of last week’s tragedy in Florida there is much grief, horror, and worry in our minds and hearts. There are many legitimate concerns about the safety of our students. Here are some of the things we do:
• We employ a Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Deputy every school day to patrol the entire perimeter, walk the buildings, and to be a highly visible presence. The deputy responds immediately to campus calls. I believe this is the biggest deterrent we have to discourage someone from approaching our schools with violence in mind. The Sheriff also provides extra security to us during times of heightened concern. Our local Constable is also often a visible presence.
• Our maintenance staff and groundskeepers are part of the security effort, too, and know to alert us if they see anyone or anything out of the ordinary. They are out and about in their golf carts all day long.
• We have upgraded our external camera presence significantly and will install more soon.
• The Elementary School entrance was altered a couple of years ago to direct entry into the office area instead of the hallway. The New Intermediate School will have an even safer entrance with reinforced glass in the office area and in classroom doors. The district’s architect is designing alterations to the High School entry area that the Board of Trustees will consider soon. Other areas remain more difficult to secure due to outdated design.
• Each campus and the Central Office use Raptor software to screen visitors.
• We are in the process of upgrading our radio system of communication and have entered talks with the Seguin Police Department and the Sheriff’s Office to provide ALICE training for our staff and students. Everyone needs to know and practice more options than the old lockdown drill.
• There is an anonymous form on the district’s webpage at nisd.us for reporting bullying or threats.
Our best defense against threat is trust and communication. Please tell your children “If you see (or hear) something, SAY something.” Tell a parent, a teacher, a bus driver, an administrator—someone who can investigate or who will report to someone who will investigate. We will notify parents and staff if we receive any threat that we or our law enforcement officers believe to be credible. We will take action with the help of law enforcement—I promise!
The down side of communication is that panic is sometimes created by rumor or misinformation. Please talk to the children about the chaos and damage that unsubstantiated rumors can cause. Please report what you hear from others or see on social media. Capture a screen shot if possible of anything that looks scary, but don’t spread it further. Tell us or call the sheriff. Let the law investigate.
Please feel free to contact me at any time with your concerns. If I am not in the office, I will see and hear your message in my email. Working together we can have vigilance without creating fearful children.
(830)372-1930 Ext. 6001
Student Council wants to thank you for supporting our "Pennies for Patients" drive to raise money for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society.
The Sharing Table is a place where students can place unopened food and drinks that they choose not to eat or drink. This provides an opportunity for other students to take additional helpings of food or beverages fro the Sharing Table at no cost to them.
High School Announcements
January 22, 2018
The Pledge of Allegiance
The Texas Flag
Meet Results from Hays
Deandra Avalos 4th
Ava Schwarzlose 3rd
Monique Avalos 2nd
Jillyanna Avalos 3rd
Kayla Deleon 4th
Cole Booker 5th
Sergio Hernandez 3rd
Carter Holtkamp 4th
Attention HOSA committe members - come by 511 on Tues or Weds for brief a planning meeting for our HOSA meeting Thursday
The Panthers beat the La Vernia Bears this past Friday 58-45. Tomorrow the Panthers will play Wimberley in Navarro with 5,5, and 6:30 game time. Friday the Panthers will travel to Gonzales to complete the first round of District Play.
The Runnin' Lady Panthers went on the road to La Vernia looking to finish out the first round of district in a tie for 2nd place. The Lady Panthers were down 34-23 at Halftime, and came back roaring in the 2nd half to get the victory by a score of 62-58. This puts the girls overall record at 22-8 and 3-2 in district. Next game is Tuesday 6:30 at Wimberly.
If you are ready for laughs and to be entertained, please make sure to attend the 4th annual Mr. Navarro Pageant today, January 22 at 6:30 pm. Come see some of your favorite teachers impersonated and impressive talent from our contestants. Tickets will be $5 at the door. Who will be the next "King of the Corn?
Navarro ISD’s Panthers Feeding Panthers program is collecting food. Items can be dropped off at the Elementary campus or monetary donations can be given to the Elementary secretary. Please make checks payable to Panthers Feeding Panthers.
The district will post information in regards to school closings or late starts on the district and campus web pages, Facebook, and on KWED 1580 am.
Apply for Free and Reduced meals, add money to your child's account, see what your child is eating for lunch and breakfast all in one place.
Chess Club Meets JH Cafeteria
Date: 5/21/2018, 3:45 PM – 5 PM
Regular Board Meeting
Date: 5/21/2018, 7 PM – 10 PM
Location: Junior High School Cafeteria
Early Release - Junior High School
Date: 5/24/2018, 1:10 PM
Bad Weather Makeup Day - Teacher Workday / Student Holiday
Bad Weather Makeup Work Day - Staff Only
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