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SBy Tracy Peters
chool districts in San Antonio
the teacher events have been set at all districts, so families can have an idea of what to expect. This procedure was conducted through Zoom last year.
Teachers are excited to build rapport with their students again face to face. Students look forward to meeting new friends and attending robotics, cheerleading, and sports
which are team building classes, where physically meeting together works best. Parents are wanting as close to possible back to normal school again. This school year, all will cherish every moment learning together in the classroom, for who knows what twist of events may occur in the future.
 start the 2021-2022 school year in
August-NEISD 16th, NISD 23rd, and Comal ISD 24th. After a previously rough year where staff, teachers, and students were juggling virtual and/or physical classes, the community is anticipating for a hassle-free school year. On-campus meet
Slow Down! Back To School
   Current NEISD COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines
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 ugust 10, 2021—In San Antonio, District Court Judge Antonia Arteaga granted a temporary
restraining order to halt Governor Greg Abbott’s May 18, 2021 executive order prohibiting local officials from mandating masks for Texas residents. Arteaga made the decision after hearing arguments from Bexar County leaders who expressed concerns over growing COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. Immediately following the ruling, San Antonio City Manager Erik
Reagan Dance Clinic “One Happy Camper”
Walsh and San Antonio Metropolitan Health District Medical Director Junda Woo announced that masks will be required inside Bexar County public schools and San Antonio city buildings.
The case is expected to remain under legal review for some time. For now, NEISD plans to provide masks as needed. Updates will be posted on the district web site as the case progresses through the court system. The state of Texas did not fund virtual learning for the 2021-2022 school year, so
no online options will be offered. However, NEISD is currently working on a plan to offer exceptions for immunocompromised students.
Each classroom will offer hand sanitizer upon entry, and bathrooms will be fully stocked with soap and paper towels. School campuses will be sanitized frequently, especially high-touch areas. Additionally, HVAC systems will be purged daily and run with the maximum allowable amount of outside air and anti-microbial filtration.
NEISD officials are asking caregivers and students to monitor personal health for any symptoms of illness, including COVID-19. Students who become ill will receive packets to work from home and have access to virtual tutoring in math, science, social studies and English. For emergency updates and COVID-19 information, log onto www.neisd.net.
   egister today for the 2021 Ronald excited to teach students Kindergarten thru Clinic costs $35 and includes t-shirt, ribbon, Reagan Dance Clinic, “One Happy 9th grade a dance routine. Attendees are snack and photo.
Camper” on September 25, 2021. invited to perform at halftime of the RHS Register online https://reagan.formstack.
The Diamond Dancers and Silver Stars are football game that evening. com/forms/dance_clinic_2021
  ANight Under the Stars – The Reagan Diamondbacker Gala is Back
fter a COVID year of struggles the date for October 16th as we celebrate Reagan Rattler parents and fans together and disappointments, the “Diamonds Under the Stars” at the Canyon for a great night of celebrating being back Diamondbacker Sports Golf Country Club with an indoor/outdoor together live and in person!
 Association supporting all Reagan High School Athletics is ready for a party, specifically the much-anticipated return of the fun-filled night known as the Diamondbacker Gala.
All Reagan families and Stone Oak community members are invited to save
To Our Amazing Community Business Members,
celebration complete with casino tables, dinner, silent and live auctions, and live music by Smoke Wagon!
Tickets, tables and sponsorships are available now on the RattlerSports.com website under “GALA” in the top banner. The DBSA Board cannot wait to get all of our
Proceeds from the Diamondbacker Gala – a 510(c)(3) organization, support the needs of all athletic programs at Reagan High School.
Please join us in supporting the return of our largest fundraising event and purchase your tickets and sponsorships today.
  he Johnson High School to advocate for children.” Awareness, Staff Appreciation Events, Staff (JHS) Parent Teacher Student Although this past year proved to be Holiday Pies, Student Volunteer Service Association (PTSA) is getting ready a difficult one, the JHS PTSA was still able Awards, and more. We hope you would like
and BACKING THE JAGS!
Kim Barnes 2ndVP,JHSPTSA 817-675-2558
  for the 2021-22 school year and hopes you will help support our mission, “To make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities
to focus on supporting Drug and Alcohol Awareness Education, Senior Sunset, the Reflections Art Program, Red Ribbon Week, Senior PTSA Scholarships, Smart Driving
to join as a PTSA Sponsor this school year. Please find the detailed Sponsorship Form attached to this email.
We look forward to partnering with you
 Ronald Reagan HS Welcomes New Dance Coach
 SWubmitted By Susie Harsh
e are excited to announce Alexis Bonilla as the new Dance and Drill Team Director. Bonilla
is going into her 4th year teaching and is thrilled to return to her Alma Mater and carry on the tradition of excellence of the Reagan Spirit program. She is a graduate from Texas State University with a BFA in Dance Education and Communication
Studies.
Her dance background includes the
Varsity Diamond Dancers at Reagan, UTSA Pom Squad, Texas State Strutters, NBA Spurs Silver Dancer, and Show Makers of America Dance Staff. She has a true passion to teach students and knew at 16 she wanted to be a Dance Director.
Bonilla will soon become Miller. She says
“I will be getting married in September to the kindest, most supportive man who I have known since 6th grade at Bush Middle School! I am also the proud daughter and sister to my mother, father and two brothers. I am excited to be back with my NEISD family and I am looking forward to a great year!” Go Rattlers!!
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