We Believe in U
NHS Texan Counseling
The Northwest High School Counselors
Natalie Eddleman: Lead Counselor, students last names A-B
Ashley Gaither: students last names C-Gr
Kelly Wallace: students last names Gs-Mb
Emily Gentry: students last names Mc-Rod
Jessica Wallace: students last names Roe-Z
Daniela Bermea: Intervention counselor
February 18-22: Prom Closet (see flyer below)
February 22: TSI test at Steele HS
February 25: Parent Workshop: Listening and Problem Solving (see flyer below)
February 27: NISD Expo Day
February 28: Cycle Recovery deadline for the 2nd 9-weeks
February 29: TSI test at Eaton HS
April 20: Night of Excellence at Eaton HS
April 30: Legacy Awards
Ready for School
Cycle Recovery for the 2nd Quarter will start January 8 to be completed by February 28.
Students are able to work on Cycle Recovery in the Library after school with a teacher every Monday-Thursday from 4:30-6:30 pm.
Course Registration for Next Year's Classes
In April, course selections will be emailed to students and parents/guardians. The parent email will contain a link for any corrections/request for change. These can be submitted until May 22. After that, all course requests are final.
Resources for Course Registration and Academic Planning
Ready for College
FAFSA website: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa
Naviance has a New Sign-in from the NISD Portal
The move to Single-Sign on (SSO) through the NISD Portal for Naviance was successful; however, it apparently disabled you from logging-in as you were accustomed to before. NOW, students and adults alike MUST log-in through the NISD portal with their NISD credentials.
Once employees, students, and families realize know to look in the portal, it will make the log-in process much easier. There will be no more dealing with username and passwords for Naviance.
Students will now find Naviance Student in the NISD Student Portal. The link to NISD Student Portal is below.
Ready for Life
Sophomores will discover Learning Style Inventory
Parent Workshop Opportunities
Social and Emotional Learning
Northwest ISD schools will create an intentional, nurturing, and caring culture that engages all stakeholders in a comprehensive and integrated approach to developing the whole child as we work collectively to ensure our students are socially, emotionally, and intellectually prepared for college, the global workplace, and personal success.