51²è¹Ý attracts and hires hundreds of qualified employees each year through job fairs, recruiting events, and our simple-to-use online application process.
51²è¹Ý Independent School 51²è¹Ý makes school facilities available for use by non-profit community groups/organizations with first priority always given to the education of students.
The Purchasing Department is responsible for the procurement, distribution and disposition of goods and services for 51²è¹Ý Independent School 51²è¹Ý.
Volunteer and Background Check Information
Each year, more than 20,000 parents, partners, sponsors and friends volunteer at 51²è¹Ý ISD. Mentors help imporve a student's self esteem and attitude toward learning. We appreciate each and every person who becomes a volunteer or mentor!
51²è¹Ý Education Foundation (NEF)
The mission of the Foundation is to foster community involvement in innovative educational programs by generating and disbursing funds and other resources to provide enrichment for students of NISD.
Partnerships between 51²è¹Ý ISD, businesses and the community are designed to meet partner and campus needs.
Adult and Community Education
Adult Secondary Education classes include basic education and preparation classes for High School equivalency certifications, or graduates who are looking toward a college or vocational school future.
A catalog of community classes is produced each Fall, Spring and Summer featuring hundreds of exciting classes for both adults and children.
If you are over 65 years old and live in 51²è¹Ý ISD or are a retired NISD employee, you may be eligible to receive the 51²è¹Ý Gold Card.
Each year, six alumni are selected as Pillars of Character from among the 51²è¹Ýâ€™s thousands of high school graduates since 1951. They represent the traits of trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.
A small group of retired NISD educators began to informally meet and discuss ways to save the districtâ€™s history. Over time, the group formally organized and began to make plans for creating a School Museum.
Community members may nominate individuals to be considered as namesakes for elementary and middle schools and special facilities. High schools are named for United States Supreme Court Justices.
Currently, more than 7,000 children with parents who are connected to the military attend schools in the 51²è¹Ý Independent School 51²è¹Ý. Led by the efforts of school counselors, NISD school communities work diligently to support military families and address their unique educational challenges.
NISD-TV produces a variety of informational and promotional videos about 51²è¹Ý's educational programs, schools, staff members, students, challenges and successes.