November 14, 2017
RE: HWY 159 road closure from 11/15/17 8:30am-Friday 11/17/17
Parents and students of Bus #1 and #13
Texas Department of Transportation has informed us they will shut down HWY 159 between Matt Wright Road and Millican Cut off road for the remainder of the week, beginning tomorrow at 8:30a.m. As a result, we must temporarily do rerouting to pickup and drop off students living off of Hwy 159.
Wednesday 11/15/17 will be a normal morning pickup.
Wednesday thru Thursday afternoon drop off.
Bus 13 will take home the elementary students. Students that live on Hwy 159 up to Matt Wright Road will be dropped off last. The bus must return to Navasota and turn on HWY 159 to drop off students and will result in 30-45 minute delivery time later than normal.
High school and Junior High school students will have a change for afternoon Wednesday and Thursday as well. Bus #33 will pickup the students that live on Hwy 159 up to Matt Wright Road and deliver them home. Bus #1 will deliver all students off of FM 2154.
Thursday and Friday morning pickup
Thursday 11/16 and Friday 11/17 in the morning will be changed as well. Bus 13 will pickup all students elementary, High School and Junior High that live on HWY 159 up to Matt Wright Rd.
Bus #1 will pick up all grades that live off of FM 2154.
Due to the out of town game, we had already notified parents that we would have double routes that day. We now have to change the plan, slightly.
Bus #33 will meet bus #1 at the bus barn and the students living on HWY 159 up to Matt Wright Rd will be transferred to bus #33. Bus #1 will deliver all students living on FM 2154.
Feel free to call the office if you need further information. 936-825-1813.
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November 14, 2017
Now hiring bus drivers for Goldstar Transit/Navasota ISD schools.
Great job for substitute teachers who can park at the school and earn pay for driving a route and teaching during the day. Start at $14 per hour with no experience. If applicant currently has a CDL license with P & S endorsement pay will be based on experience.
Currently offering a $1,000.00 hire on bonus with all applicants that complete the training program by 12/20/17.
Goldstar Transit office located at 613 Spur 515.
Phone is 936-825-1813. May also apply online at:
The Navasota Rattler Choir will have their Fall Concert on Tuesday, October 24th, at 6:30 pm at the First United Methodist Church in Navasota located at 616 Holland Street.
NHS Homecoming is October 6th.
Eli Chilton has been named a Commended Student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program!
Commended Students are being recognized for the exceptional academic promise demonstrated by their outstanding performance on the qualifying test used for program entry.
The 2016-2017 Rattler Yearbook staff earned the Gallery of Excellence award from Walsworth Publishing for their 2017 yearbook "Behind the Scenes." The Gallery of Excellence is a showcase of the best yearbooks published by Walsworth around the United States. Congratulations to the 2016-217 staff on a job well done!
Pictured (left to right):
Madison Bowman - Editor-in-Chief
Not Pictured (graduates):
Katharine Woehler - Co-Editor
If you are taking a Dual Credit class this semester, please go to https://my.blinn.edu/cp/home/displaylogin (MyBlinn) to find your fee statement for the Fall 2017 semester. Payment is due by August 20th. Once you are logged in, you will go to My Records, and there will be a link where you can make payments.
Thursday, August 24- Freshman Orientation 5:30pm HS Cafeteria
Thursday, August 24- Schedule Pick Up and Meet the Teacher 6:00-7:30pm
Class Dues are $10.00
Parking Permits are $10.00 (Please Bring Insurance and Driver's License)
Congratulations to our students who competed at the state history fair in Austin this past weekend!
Group Website: Jonas Salk and polio - 6th place out of 30 projects. They also received the Distinguished Achievement award- making the finals in their category.
Much thanks to the Two Rivers Heritage group- as they helped- Trent Clark, Wyatt Pahl, Jeb Malek and Micah Mock with stories and even some recordings of radio ads done in the 1930s for the March of Dimes. Also thanks to Gayle Jackman Schmidt and Mary Baltus-Wilson for input of their experiences with the dreaded disease.
Amber Allen's paper on Adina de Zavala: Preserving the Alamo-- won best project of the Brazos Valley Regional History Fair and the Hispanic Heritage Award- which was worth $100. Thanks to Ann Fuqua who guided her on some corrections and additions to the paper.