Nazareth Independent School District

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  • Nazareth School Reopening Plan 2020-2021-amended Nov 4, 2020

     

      Termination of Long-Term Remote Instruction

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  • Education Rights & Responsibilities During COVID-19

     

    Education Rights & Responsibilities During COVID-19 (Spanish)

     


     

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  • COVID-19 Updates

     


     

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  • Free/Reduced Lunch Application:

     

    The Coronavirus is driving some families out of work.  If your income situation has changed, or changes in the future, please consider filling out an application for Free-Reduced Price School Meals.  

     

    El coronavirus está dejando a algunas familias sin trabajo. Si su situación de ingresos ha cambiado, o cambia en el futuro, considere completar una solicitud de Comidas escolares de precio reducido.

     


     

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    State Champions 2020

    This summer, the Swiftettes will be adding their 24th banner to the wall after beating Veribest and Lipan at the state tournament on March 5 and 7 at the Alamodome in San Antonio.

    This is the fourth year in a row Coach Eric Schilling has led the girls to victory. Senior Cambrie Heiman started on varsity all four years but suffered an ankle injury in the regional final game.

    “Luckily I was able to play a couple of minutes during the state final game against Lipan,” Heiman said. “I am extremely proud of my teammates for stepping up the way they did to contribute to our championship.”

    Their team faced adversity because of the injuries they faced.

    “Losing one of our vital players was nerve racking,” sophomore Addie Dyer said. “But at the end of the day, we had a job to do, and we took care of business.”

    Junior Emma Kleman, scoring 11 points against Lipan, earned state MVP.

    “Going to state for the second time was a memory I’ll never forget,” Kleman said. “Winning MVP was a really special experience for me because I’ve been playing basketball since I was four.”

    The girls start preparing for basketball during the summer and put in numerous hours of dedication to achieve their ultimate goal.

    “Despite everything we went through,” senior April Schmucker said, “we all showed toughness and came together as a team to win.”

    -by Shelby Annen

    MVP Seniors

     

     

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    2020-2021 School Calendar 

     

     

     

     

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    We, the staff, students, and parents of Nazareth Independent School District believe that all students can and will learn. We have a climate of high expectations. We believe that our school provides quality and equity in instruction in an atmosphere that is conducive to learning. We feel that our mission of educating students is best accomplished when home and school work together. We are dedicated to educating our children to be productive, respectful, and patriotic citizens in a changing future.

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