Northwest ISD's newsletter for families and the community
March 25, 2021
2021-2022 Attendance Boundary Update
The Northwest ISD Board of Trustees approved new attendance boundaries for the 2021-2022 school year. The district has begun notifying families affected by the changes. Parents and/or guardians of students who will be rezoned to another campus will receive an email from by the end of the week.
Lady Eagles Soccer Advances to Playoffs
Congratulations to the Eaton High School girls soccer team for advancing to playoffs. The Lady Eagles will face North Crowley tomorrow evening at 5:30 p.m. at Brewer High School in the bi-district round of playoffs. Tickets may be purchased online only.

Since competing in 6A, this is the program's first-ever playoff appearance.
Northwest ISD's Legislative Priorities
The 87th Legislative Session is underway, and Northwest ISD is engaging with state leaders to address the district's legislative concerns.

Topping the list is Northwest ISD's state budget loss as a fast-growth district, reading academies, and elections and ballot requirements.
Register to Vote in Time for May Election
Thursday, April 1 is the deadline to register to vote in the May 1 election.
Kindergarten Round-Up Set for April 26-30
Save the Date! It's almost time for Kindergarten Round-Up! This annual event gives incoming kindergarten students and their families the chance to learn more about what they can expect when school begins in the fall.

Elementary campuses will be sharing more information soon, so be sure to watch your campus' website and social media channels.
Reminder: Scholarship Applications Due
Attention seniors! The deadlines for scholarships offered by school PTAs and other organizations are quickly approaching. Visit our scholarship hub for a list of scholarship opportunities currently available.
Early Childhood Fair for
Families of English Learners
Families of English learners are invited to Northwest ISD's first annual Early Childhood Fair on Saturday, April 17.
Free Developmental Screenings for NISD Infants, Toddlers & Preschoolers
Families living within Northwest ISD boundaries may request developmental screenings at no charge for infants, toddlers and preschoolers living in their household through the NISD Parents as Teachers program.

Caregivers meet with a trained professional to check their child’s physical development, problem solving skills and personal social skills. They’ll receive information to help meet the next milestone, and referrals to other resources if more assessment is needed.

Kindergarten Readiness Assessments are also available for children ages 3.5 to 5 years old.
Understanding the "Why" Behind Your Child's Behavior — 7 p.m. March 25
Parents and Responsible Decision-Making: Impacting Their Own Well-being and Their Children's — 7 p.m. March 30
NISD Bond 2021 News Recap
This week, we shared:
Additional related news stories this week: