Northside Independent School District (NISD)
San Antonio Community Resource Directory
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

At Northside ISD, we believe every student deserves the highest quality education and it’s our mission to transform their learning experience. We know the keys to student success are dedicated, passionate teachers engaging with students and allowing each one to create and learn in new and exciting ways. We also know those relationships between students, families, educators, and the community are vital for student success and help each student find their voice so they can contribute and engage in their communities now and in the future.

Northside is home to more than 106,000 students in 120 schools, including our high school and middle school magnets, helping every student grow in confidence, curiosity, and capability. Each student can choose from unique graduation plans ensuring all students have the opportunity to learn and succeed.

(210) 397-8500
Dr. Brian T Woods - Superintendent
Linda Magee - Executive Assistant
(210) 397-8770
7.83 miles away, 1256 Pinn Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78227 , D6
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's individual interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Thus, activities facilitate: problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Free

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Minerva Hernandez
(210) 397-2121
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's individual interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Thus, activities facilitate: problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Free for Rudder Middle School students

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Chandler Dixon
(210) 397-5048
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's individual interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Thus, activities facilitate: problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Free for Rayburn Middle School students

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Gilbert Sims
(210) 397-2220
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's individual interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Thus, activities facilitate: problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Free

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Raquel Reyes
(210) 397-6389
COVID-19 Notice

For information about current and upcoming classes call 210-397-8109.

Adult Secondary Education classes include basic education and preparation classes for any of the Texas Certificates of High School Equivalency.

There are now three high school equivalency testing options in Texas:

  • GED test
  • HiSET exam
  • TASC test

Upon the successful completion of a single provider's exams, the test taker will be issued a State of Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency.

Click here to get more information about the different tests available. 

As a result of Adult Secondary Education class participation, students are better equipped to:

  • Help their children in their educational development
  • Complete a Texas Cerficate of High School Equivalency (TxCHSE)
  • Begin post-secondary education
  • Improve career options and opportunities

 

COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Angela Rubio - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1961
Graciela Garcia - Site Leader
(210) 397-1961
COVID-19 Notice

Appointments are being conducted remotely.

We can help you plan for the career of your choice.

Free

By appointment only
San Antonio ISD – Adult Education & Literacy
(210) 554-2450
Success for Adult Learners
(210) 370-5498
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

NISD will be offering several options for students whether students are on-campus learning or at home through virtual learning. They include:

• “Grab-n-Go” curbside feeding at 65 sites for virtual learning (see list for serving sites and times). Click here for further details and a list of locations.

• Traditional in-building breakfast and lunch for In-person learning.

• A new supper program will be offered at 56 state-approved campuses for students enrolled in an after school enrichment program. Click here for further details and a list of locations.

COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Bianca Martinez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-8370
Edward Alvarez - Site Leader
(210) 398-1169
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Kimberly Salas - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0178
Shelby Segovia - Site Leader
(210) 398-1941
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided,

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Ceasar Rodriguez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-3893
Elizabeth Salinas - Site Leader
(210) 398-1644
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Rita Odom - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1891
Ann White - Site Leader
(210) 397-4958
10.77 miles away, 201 Hunt Ln, San Antonio, TX, 78245 , D4
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Jose Sanchez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-6891
Makayla Sanchez - Site Leader
(210) 397-2968
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Sherrell Coleman - Program Specialist
(210) 397-7444
Alexandria Salazar - Site Leader
(210) 397-7444
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Judy Cavazos - Program Specialist
(210) 397-6622
Ashley Avila - Site Leader
(210) 397-3631
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Linda Woodard - Program Specialist
(210) 397-5763
Alyssa Casas - Site Leader
(210) 397-5730
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Judy Cavazos - Program Specialist
(210) 397-6622
Rachel Rodriguez - Site Leader
(210) 397-8438
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Thomas Caballero - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1641
Jacob Castro - Site Leader
(210) 397-2969
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Trent Linton - Program Specialist
(210) 397-2591
Valarie Ruiz - Site Leader
(210) 397-6229
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Victoria Gomez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1800 x: 3107
Merry Viau - Site Leader
(210) 397-1031
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Joshua St.John - Program Specialist
(210) 397-5592
Kiana Meza - Site Leader
(210) 397-5341
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
John Echevarria - Program Specialist
(210) 397-8108
Jordan Calderon - Site Leader
(210) 397-4170
12.28 miles away, 8403 Tezel Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78254 , D7
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Omar Cornejo - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1116
Ivette Hernandez - Site Leader
(210) 397-7391
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

The Club LT program is designed to meet the needs of middle school students and to support the goals and objectives of both Northside ISD and the Texas Education Agency. The Club LT program provides academic and enrichment activities, enhanced self-motivation, social skills, and improved study skills. Club LT focuses on developing student's interests by offering choices of Club topics for student's exploration. Club activities promote real-world experiences (culinary, robotics, computer coding, etc) and problem-solving in a safe and engaging environment.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $75 (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Scholarships may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 3:45-6:15pm
Andrea Garza - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1731
Danielle Rodriguez - Site Leader
(210) 398-1731
COVID-19 Notice

For more information about current and upcoming classes call 210-397-8109

These classes are intended for High School & TxCHSE graduates who are looking toward a college or vocational school future.  Classes will prepare students to transition into college-level secondary education. Career pathways can give students the tools necessary to enter and succeed in the workforce.  

(210) 397-8109
COVID-19 Notice

Click here for information on current and upcoming classes.

Northside Independent School District has fostered the concept of lifelong learning for all members of our society. Dedicated to the idea that the school is the center of the community, our doors remain open during “non-traditional” hours to offer educational opportunities that will enrich the lives of people both personally and professionally.

A Class Catalog is produced each Fall, Spring, and Summer featuring hundreds of exciting classes for both adults and children in four major categories:

  • Profit and IT includes Computers and Technology, Business Solutions, Money Management, and Certificate Programs.
  • The Arts features Dance, Music, Languages, Fine Arts, and others.
  • Mind & Body is for Personal Growth, Professional Continuing Education, Study Skills, and Body-Mind-Health related information.
  • Fun & Play classes are family-oriented classes in areas such as Home and Garden, Sewing and Needlecraft, Culinary Arts, Animal Kingdom, Crafts, Travel-Tours, and Sports and Fitness.

Classes are taught on Northside ISD school campuses and at various sites in the community. They are conducted for the benefit and enjoyment of our patrons and are offered for non-credit unless otherwise designated.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs), Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs) and Certification Programs are arranged for specific occupations. These include counseling, social work, daycare, computer, and office fields.

Ours is a tuition-based, self-supporting program. Financial support for the program comes from class fees.

COVID-19 Notice

NEISD counselors remain at your service during this time.

Northside ISD counselors are available and want to virtually meet with their students from the safety of their homes.

Click here to request a meeting with your counselor.

Once the meeting is scheduled, the student will receive a Google Calendar invite and an email showing the date and time to meet with his/her counselor by Google Chat or Google Hangout. Counselors are also available by email.

Appointments are available Mon-Fri, 8:00am-4:00pm. Be sure to check your google email accounts for appointment confirmations.
COVID-19 Notice

Click here to register for virtual classes.

We can help you learn English, so you can...
• expand your job options.
• communicate better with your family, friends, teachers, employers, and doctors.
• study to become a North American citizen.
• help your children succeed in school.
• improve your computer skills.
• develop self-confidence and be more independent.
In order to be accepted into our program, you must be:
• 18 years old
o with the corresponding withdrawal forms from the last school attended, and
o parent or guardian permission (must be present at the time of enrollment)
• 17 years old
o with the corresponding withdrawal forms from the last school attended, and
o parent or guardian permission (must be present at the time of enrollment)
• 16 years old
o with the corresponding withdrawal forms from the last school attended, and
o the documentation requested by a court, and
o parent or guardian permission (must be present at the time of enrollment)

Free for the student

Call for locations and class schedules.
Northside ISD - Adult Education & Literacy
(210) 397-8109
Success for Adult Learners
(210) 370-5498
COVID-19 Notice

Click here to register for virtual classes.

We can help you receive a Certificate of High School Equivalency (GED).

Eligibility Requirements:
• Not enrolled in any K-12 school system
• Need a High School Equivalency (HSE) certificate (have not earned a high school diploma)
• Demonstrate the need for a refresher on adult basic education skills (have earned a high school diploma or HSE and tests below a 12.9 grade level on TABE/CASAS assessment)
• Demonstrate the need for English skills (by taking BEST/CASAS assessment)

Age-specific requirements:
• 18 years of age with withdrawal forms from the last school attended, and parent/guardian permission. Parent/guardian must be present at registration or student must provide proof (Utility bill in their name, marriage license or rental agreement) he/she lives separate from parent/guardian.
• 17 years of age with withdrawal forms from the last school attended, and parent/guardian permission (must be present at registration)
• 16 years of age with withdrawal forms from the last school attended, court-ordered documentation, and parent/guardian permission (must be present at registration)

Free for the student

Call for locations and class schedules.
Northside ISD – Adult Education & Literacy
(210) 397-8109
Success for Adult Learners
(210) 370-5498
COVID-19 Notice

We are here to assist NISD students and parents during this time of virtual learning.

Student Technology Hotline (device repair only for district-issued mobile devices & MiFi hotspots), Monday-Friday, 8:00 am- 7:00 pm. Call 210-397-0020

Northside ISD has developed a device request process to assist District students who do not have access to electronic devices and/or the internet at home.

Parents can also call 210-397-0040 for any assistance with completing the form.

COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Jose Sanchez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-6891
Aleyna Brazzill - Site Leader
(210) 397-1432
13.04 miles away, 9560 Braun Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78254 , D7
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Linda Sanchez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0618
Erika Ramirez - Site Leader
(210) 397-4081
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Diane Glauser - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1475
Courtney Perez - Site Leader
(210) 398-2136
14.67 miles away, 8725 Sonoma Pkwy, Helotes, TX, 78023 , D8
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Judy Cavazos - Program Specialist
(210) 397-6622
Brigitte Lorio - Site Leader
(210) 397-6622
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Cynthia Cisneros - Program Specialist
(210) 397-2668
Jeri Downey - Site Leader
(210) 397-2668
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Susan Vargas - Program Specialist
(210) 397-3920
Donna Castaneda - Site Leader
(210) 398-1049
16.76 miles away, 7132 Oak Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78256 , D8
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Rita Odom - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1891
Maria Chavez-Sotelo - Site Leader
(210) 398-1870
12.45 miles away, 8631 Tezel Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78254 , D7
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Omar Cornejo - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1116
Desiree Sanchez - Site Leader
(210) 397-1519
7.92 miles away, 1706 Pinn Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78227 , D6
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Raquel Patel - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0846
Matilda Moreno - Site Leader
(210) 397-2881
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Kristina Granado - Program Specialist
(210) 397-4375
Cassandra Gomez - Site Leader
(210) 397-6731
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Trent Linton - Program Specialist
(210) 397-2591
Mireya Guerrero - Site Leader
(210) 397-7279
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Trent Linton - Program Specialist
(210) 397-2591
Ashley Hamilton - Site Leader
(210) 397-2591
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Joshua St John - Program Specialist
(210) 397-5592
Micaela Salas - Site Leader
(210) 397-1170
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Grant funded site.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Mario Adame - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1731
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Ceasar Rodriguez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-3893
Angela McGruder - Site Leader
(210) 397-3893
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Anita Valdez Duarte
(210) 397-1891
Jacob Marin
(210) 397-0779
11.08 miles away, 9740 Raba Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78251 , D6
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Linda Woodard - Program Specialist
(210) 397-5763
Deonna Dominguez - Site Leader
(210) 397-1367
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Andrea Garza - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1731
- Site Leader
(210) 397-6847
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Angela Rubio - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1961
Angel Cervantes - Site Leader
(210) 397-1777
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Gabriel Tovar - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1091
Dakota Valdez - Site Leader
(210) 398-1073
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Yvette Aki - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1791
Rayanna Ruffin - Site Leader
(210) 398-1777
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Cynthia Cisneros - Program Specialist
(210) 397-2668
Lisa Quintanilla Seward - Site Leader
(210) 397-1666
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Diane Glauser - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1475
Cristina Rodriguez - Site Leader
(210) 398-1470
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Anita Valdez Duarte - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1891
Debbie Rodriguez - Site Leader
(210) 397-5830
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Gabriel Tovar - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1091
Veronica DeHoyos - Site Leader
(210) 397-8027
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Susan Vargas - Program Specialist
(210) 397-3920
Clarissa Tobar - Site Leader
(210) 397-4492
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Kristina Granado - Program Specialist
Leticia Gutierrez - Site Leader
(210) 397-0730
8.88 miles away, 5714 N Knoll, San Antonio, TX, 78240 , D7
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Bo Garza
(210) 397-0588
Meagan Pestello
(210) 397-4044
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition: This is a grant-funded site.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Roel Banda - 210-397-2324
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Anita Valdez Duarte - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1891
Celia Barela - Site Leader
(210) 397-1891
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Michelle Sherman - Program Specialist
(210) 397-3834
Beatrize Uribe - Site Leader
(210) 397-3848
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Kristina Granado - Program Specialist
(210) 397-4375
Sarahi Agredano - Site Leader
(210) 397-4375
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Kimberly Salas - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0178
Kassandra Noriega - Site Leader
(210) 398-2041
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Omar Cornejo - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1116
Jennifer Montelongo - Site Leader
(210) 397-1141
7.89 miles away, 570 Pinn Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78227 , D6
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Raquel Patel - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0846
Gina Medina - Site Leader
(210) 397-0541
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Raquel Patel - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0846
Destiny Terrazas - Site Leader
(210) 397-0841
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
John Echevarria - Program Specialist
(210) 397-8108
Ilse Rosales - Site Leader
(210) 398-1449
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Victoria Gomez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1800 x: 3107
Amber Sixtos - Site Leader
(210) 397-1800 x: 3107
10.07 miles away, 2385 Horal Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78227 , D4
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Albert Martinez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-2291
Anne Marie Martinez - Site Leader
(210) 397-2291
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Bianca Martinez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-8370
Leticia Olmos-Jimenez - Site Leader
(210) 397-8373
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Bianca Martinez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-8370
Marisa Rodarte - Site Leader
(210) 398-1527
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Yvette Aki - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1791
Leslie Tullos - Site Leader
(210) 397-6770
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Andrea Garza - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1731
Ramos - Site Leader
(210) 398-1731
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Michelle Sherman - Program Specialist
(210) 397-3834
Kayla Aguilar - Site Leader
(210) 397-8070
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Kimberly Salas - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0178
Deborah Godfrey - Site Leader
(210) 397-0180
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
John Echevarria - Program Specialist
(210) 397-8108
Audrey Coronado - Site Leader
(210) 397-0462
18.41 miles away, 23881 I-10, San Antonio, TX, 78257 , D8
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Yvette Aki - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1791
Ashley Catlett - Site Leader
(210) 397-4416
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Bo Garza - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0588
Edna Garcia - Site Leader
(210) 397-4691
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Sherrell Coleman - Program Specialist
(210) 397-7444
Elizabeth Garcia - Site Leader
(210) 397-2611
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Thomas Caballero - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1641
Katherine Botello - Site Leader
(210) 397-1641
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Michelle Sherman - Program Specialist
(210) 397-3834
Olivia McLeod - Site Leader
(210) 398-1241
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Susan Vargas - Program Specialist
(210) 397-3920
Gabriella Ayala - Site Leader
(210) 397-3920
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Albert Martinez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-2291
Andrea Espinoza - Site Leader
(210) 397-0994
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Albert Martinez
(210) 397-2291
Jimmy Ramos
(210) 397-0692
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Rita Odom - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1891
Catherine Dent - Site Leader
(210) 397-2037
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Diane Glauser
(210) 398-1475
Julianna Lopez
(210) 398-2441
11.65 miles away, 9019 Dugas Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78251 , D4
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Linda Woodard - Program Specialist
(210) 397-5763
Michelle Hernandez - Site Leader
(210) 397-4591
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Donna Davenport - Program Specialist
(210) 397-5870
Deyanira Gonzalez - Site Leader
(210) 397-1491
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Gabriel Tovar - Program Specialist
(210) 398-1091
Julia Narvaez - Site Leader
(210) 398-2391
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Cynthia Cisneros - Program Specialist
(210) 397-2668
Christopher Lombrana - Site Leader
(210) 397-0231
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Linda Sanchez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0618
Sklyar San Miguel - Site Leader
(210) 397-0618
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Linda Sanchez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0618
Sklyar San Miguel - Site Leader
(210) 397-0618
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Bo Garza - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0588
Miranda Monroe - Site Leader
(210) 397-0588
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Thomas Caballero - Program Specialist
(210) 397-1641
Margo Martinez - Site Leader
(210) 397-4633
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Joshua St John - Program Specialist
(210) 397-5592
Claudia Zuniga - Site Leader
(210) 397-5581
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Donna Davenport - Program Specialist
(210) 397-5870
Lisa Marie Martinez - Site Leader
(210) 397-5870
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Ceasar Rodriguez - Program Specialist
(210) 398-2191
Lexus Miles Burke - Site Leader
(210) 398-2191
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Victoria Gomez
(210) 397-1800 x: 3107
Iliana Rodriguez
(210) 397-1928
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Johnny Benavidez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-6667
Karime Martinez - Site Leader
(210) 397-5941
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

This is a grant-funded site.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Minerva A. Hernandez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-4954
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Angela Rubio
(210) 397-1961
Mark Norton
(210) 397-2381
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Linda Sanchez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0618
Henry Quezada - Site Leader
(210) 397-1541
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Jose Sanchez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-6891
Olga Pina - Site Leader
(210) 397-6891
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Johnny Benavidez - Program Specialist
(210) 397-6667
Jonathan Gaspar - Site Leader
(210) 397-0413
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Free to students of Valley Hi Elementary School

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Crystal Carrasco - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0395
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Johnny Benavidez - Program Specilist
(210) 397-6667
Angelica Hernandez - Stie Leader
(210) 397-6661
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Free to students of Westwood Terrace Elementary School

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Alejandro Bautista - Program Specialist
(210) 397-0339
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Donna Davenport - Program Specialist
(210) 397-5870
Richard Flores - Site Leader
(210) 397-3970
COVID-19 Notice

This program is not available at this time.

Our enrichment activities are guided by the same standards teachers use, The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students experience these skills through hands-on, interactive, and multi-sensory activities. Activities facilitate problem-solving, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and flexibility. Curriculum topics include: Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, College/Workforce, and a special emphasis is placed on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). STEM activities also include statistics and data-driven decision making, differentiated for each grade level. We also strive to engage families by offering events on a variety of topics such as communication, parenting skills, and nutrition.

Tuition:
• Registration fee: $30 per child; non-refundable
• Monthly tuition for September 2019 through May 2020: $210. (There is no additional charge for August or June.)
• Discounts for siblings: $20 discount for 2nd child, $40 discount for 3 or more children.
• Scholarships and additional discounts may be available. Please contact your Program Specialist for more information.
• To qualify for reduced tuition, the household income must be within the limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Proof of income will need to be provided.

School days, 2:50-6:30pm
Sherrell Coleman - Program Specialist
(210) 397-7444
Sharon Lundberg - Site Leader
(210) 397-1327
COVID-19 Notice

Call for information about current programs.

The Northside Family Engagement department exists to support staff, families, and community partners in engaging in highly effective practices that bring stakeholders together for student success and family empowerment.
 

Northside Family Engagement Center

This center is the home to the Family Engagement Program, the Northside Threads clothes closet, and many other empowerment programs. Come be part of our community.

Northside Threads Clothing Closet

Northside Threads exists to support Northside families and provide clothing to students enrolled in Northside schools in an effort to help children be present more days in school where they can benefit from a Northside education. Northside Threads also creates opportunity for students, staff, families, and community members to give back by volunteering and donating. Click here for more information.

Family Engagement Advisory Committee

Each year the Family Engagement staff and parents come together to look at the program as well as plan and provide a conference that brings families and staff together to learn, grow, and have fun together. If you want to have your voice heard we encourage you to join our monthly meeting. We offer two times for your convenience. Click here for more information.

Grandparenting, Foster, and Kinship Support

The Northside Family Engagement has partnered with Grandparents Raising Grandchildren to provide a safe place of support and resources for families that are foster, kinship, or grandparenting. Come be part of a group that meets monthly to share experiences, get new information, exchange resources, and build community. Click here for more information.

HEB READ 3

Calling and 3 and 4 year olds! This FREE six-week series is for families with children ages 3 and 4 years old. Adult participants will get hands-on experience on how to create and teach literacy at home. Two FREE books are given to each student at every session and families will receive a $25 HEB gift card for completing all six weeks in the series. Click here for a list of where classes are provided this semester.

Title 1 Family Fitness

The Family Engagement Center is offering free family fitness for families looking to get healthy together. There is a wide variety of offerings such as Boot Camp, Zumba, and Cardio-Flow. Click here to view all that we have to offer.

Journey Through Art

Are you looking for new and exciting ways to connect with your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grader? Join us for this five-week course as you and your child paint together while our art teacher takes you on a journey through four different art styles. You don't have to be an artist to participate and every participant will go home with amazing art, FREE family passes to the San Antonio Museum of Art, and an amazing book to add to your library. Click here to learn more about this family art class.

Yolanda Chapman - Coordinator
(210) 397-8117
Michelle Vela - Secretary
(210) 397-8930
COVID-19 Notice

Donations are accepted on a limited schedule and by appointment only between 8 a.m. and noon on Mon, Wed, and Fri. at the Northside Family Engagement Center, 5223 Blessing Street. Call 210-397-8930 to arrange a drop-off. Volunteers are not needed at this time and Threads is closed for shopping.

Northside Threads is a clothing closet that provides gently used clothing and new socks and underwear for NISD students.
Student enrolled in Northside ISD
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.

Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.

Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
7.83 miles away, 1256 Pinn Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78227 , D6
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.

Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.

Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
COVID-19 Notice

For information about current and upcoming classes call For more information call 210-397-8109.

A TxCHSE preparation class is available for 16, 17, and 18-year-old students.  

 

Requirements for 16-year-old students:

  • Court Ordered
  • Proof of withdrawal from school

Requirements for 17 & 18-year-old students

  • Proof of withdrawal from school

Registration and testing will take place the same day

Parent/Guardian MUST accompany the teen for the one-hour orientation, after which the student will take a placement test.

COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
13.04 miles away, 9560 Braun Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78254 , D7
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
7.83 miles away, 1256 Pinn Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78227 , D6
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
7.92 miles away, 1706 Pinn Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78227 , D6
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
11.08 miles away, 9740 Raba Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78251 , D6
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
11.65 miles away, 9019 Dugas Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78251 , D4
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
10.67 miles away, 201 Hunt Ln, San Antonio, TX, 78245 , D6
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
8.88 miles away, 5714 N Knoll, San Antonio, TX, 78240 , D7
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
7.89 miles away, 570 Pinn Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78227 , D6
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
10.07 miles away, 2385 Horal Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78227 , D4
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
12.28 miles away, 8403 Tezel Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78254 , D7
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

NISD began the school year on Monday, August 24 with all virtual learning and in-person instruction postponed until September 8 at the soonest. 

NISD continues to closely monitor the situation and take guidance from the Metro Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

As we continue through these unprecedented times, we ask everyone to be mindful of the key preventative measures of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands thoroughly, and staying home when sick.

Click here for the NISD Start Smart Playbook 2020-2021, and Virtual Learning Hub, and Public Health Transition Plan.

Campus websites have important information specific to each campus. Click here to access your campus website.

Students will receive a pre-packaged hot lunch and breakfast for tomorrow.

A copy of the NISD MEAL PASS must be turned in each day to receive a meal. •

Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, but a legal parent/guardian must turn in an NISD MEAL PASS for meals.

Meals may be picked up at any campus; however, students may pick up only one meal bundle per day.

Per USDA guidelines, meals will be served ONLY to students who are enrolled in NISD.

In order to remain in compliance with federal guidelines, meals will be charged to individual student meal accounts based on eligibility: Free, Reduced, or Paid. 

Mon-Fri, 11:00 am-1:00 pm