News and Announcements

IMPORTANT NOTICE: CMAR/RFP NOTICE AND PROPOSAL REQUEST

Navasota ISD is soliciting proposals for qualifications from qualified persons or companies to serve as Construction-Manager-At-Risk for the renovations, remodels, and additions of new construction within the district. Please click the title to view the CMAR and RFP.

DISTRICT FACILITY SURVEY

Dear Navasota ISD Community,
The district has partnered with K12 Insight, an independent research and communications firm, to collect feedback on the condition of district facilities and how our community stakeholders feel about a potential bond election in November. Thank you for participating in this brief survey, and we ask that you provide your candid feedback on all items. It should take 10-15 minutes to complete.
Your input is essential as the district assesses its needs and potential improvements. Please click the title to complete the survey.
Thank you very much for your help!
#WeAreNavasota
Sincerely,
Dr. Stu Musick
Superintendent of Schools
Navasota ISD

"Adina de Zavala: Preserving the Alamo" Project Presentation

Amber Allen, Navasota High School history student, will present her prize winning “Adina de Zavala: Preserving the Alamo” project, at this Tuesday’s, May 16th, Two Rivers Heritage Foundation ‘history mixer.' The ‘mixer’ will be at Lynn’s Rendezvous Room across from the Navasota Post Office on Farquhar Street from 5:15 to 6:45. #WeAreNavasota

State History Fair Results

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.
#WeAreNavasota

4A Boys and Girls soccer playoff information

Round One: Doubleheader(Navasota will be visitors and wear Dark Uniforms)

Boys vs North Forest
Girls vs Wheatly

Date: Thursday March 23rd
Site:Butler Stadium-Houston ISD
Time: 5pm and 7pm
Gate: $5.00(everyone)
Passes Accepted: THSCA, TGCA, THSADA, District Passes

2017 Skills USA Results

Skills USA is a national nonprofit organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations.
35 Navasota Audio/Visual, Photography, Computer Programming, Related Technical Math, Entrepreneurship, and Health Science students competed at the District Skills USA competition last week hosted in Beaumont at Lamar University. (click title for the rest of the story)

Congratulations NHS Choir!

11 students received the highest ranking at solo contest on a college level song (1) and will compete at the State level in Austin on May 28th.

Raven Dickerson received a high ranking on a college level solo. (2) and Heaven Valentine received a high ranking on a senior high school level song (2).
2 students received the highest ranking at solo contest on a senior high school level song (1): Lindsey Matthew's and Kaelee Smith.

Jaycob Steels (Tenor) made the Texas SSC All-State Choir for the second year in a row and will be performing in San Antonio on February 11th. Noah Wenzel is a 2nd alternate for the Bass section.

NHS Prom Information

NHS Prom and After Prom will be held on April 8. Please click on the headline for information about tickets and ways YOU can help with the After Prom Party.

Report Cards

Attn. Students & Parents:
Report cards will not be sent home with students this Friday. Students will receive them Monday or Tuesday of next week.

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