Infectious Disease Monitoring Update
Our students’ health and safety are the top priorities of New Caney ISD. When issues of concern are brought to our attention we want to share that information with our community.
We have been made aware that an employee of our District traveled on the Carnival Cruise ship Magic last week.
The lab technician from a Dallas area hospital who voluntarily quarantined herself on the ship has been cleared by Galveston County Health Officials and the Department of State Health Services. The public health assessment is based on the fact that the person was confirmed to have remained symptom free and does not pose a public health threat.
Based on this information from Galveston County Health Officials and the Department of State Health Services, the employee of our District poses no risk to students or staff members of New Caney ISD and she has been allowed to return to work. We will continue to keep you updated on all information that becomes available.
Texas Education Agency:
With the recent heightened awareness and concern over infectious diseases, NCISD would like to take this opportunity to let you know we are closely monitoring events concerning Flu season, Enterovirus-D68, and Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) and will continue to take all necessary precautions at the direction of the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC), as well as our local health authority. Click the link above to read a letter issued to parents. For Spanish, click here.
Superintendent Kenn Franklin was the featured speaker for the Greater EMC Chamber of Commerce luncheon in August. The speech was recorded by Lone Star College Kingwood and recently released for viewing.
The Texas Art Education Association recently selected New Caney High School Principal David Loyacano as Principal of the Year.
Your everyday online shopping can now help your New Caney ISD Education Foundation.
Students at Crippen Elementary School were excited to see a member of the Houston Texans visit their campus recently to talk about bullying.
Four Porter High School students were offered positions in the HTV internship program Oct. 14.
Students from the New Caney High School Culinary Arts class prepared a delicious meal for the New Caney ISD Board of Trustees Oct. 20.
New Caney ISD saved $2.9 million over the past four years due to an energy conservation program which reduced utility usage by more than 20 percent.
New Caney High School Journalism students recently interviewed Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon to find out his views on the death penalty.
2014-2015 New Start Times Announced
Elementary Schools Middle & High Schools
7:30 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. 8:15 a.m. - 3:50 p.m.
Secondary Bell Schedule
1A / 6B 8:15 9:45 90 minutes
2A / 7B 9:50 11:20 90 minutes
3A / 8B 11:25 1:25 120 minutes
A lunch 11:20 11:50 30 minutes
B lunch 12:05 12:35 30 minutes
C lunch 12:55 1:25 30 minutes
4A / 9B 1:30 2:15 45 minutes
5A / 10B 2:20 3:50 90 minutes
During the implementation of these changes, we encourage students and parents to visit the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. The FAQ page will address common questions about both the new start times and the middle school rezoning.
We want our community to have plenty of time to plan and prepare for these upcoming changes. It’s our goal to make sure our students have a smooth transition next fall and a wonderful school year.
New Attendance Zones for All NCISD Middle Schools
New Caney ISD has been the fastest growing Houston area district for the last three years. To accommodate the rapid growth, New Caney ISD will open two new middle schools and make district-wide attendance zone adjustments.