News and Announcements

ASVAB

ASVAB on Thursday, November 21 at Navarro High School
Students interested in a career in the military and/or discovering their aptitudes in relation to career fields can sign up to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.
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K12 Alert Sign Up – Click Here

Please click her to register for K12 alerts, update existing information or request a change to current alerts. K12 alerts are used by the District and Campuses for Emergency Notifications and periodic Announcements pertaining to all students. Parent/Guardians/Staff Member may be notified via Email, Phone Call or Text Message - Update Your Account Today!
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DPS IWATCH PROGRAM

The IWatchTexas program was created as a partnership between communities and law enforcement, and utilizes citizen-sourced tips related to criminal activity.
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Austin LifeGuard

Austin LifeGuard - November 12 - 9th & 10th Grades -
If you do not wish to have your child attend the presentation please contact the High School Nurse, Stephanie Mozisek at 830-372-1931, ext: 5012.
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Veterans Day at Navarro ISD

Navarro ISD's Veterans Day program on Monday, November 11 at 8:30 A.M. at Erwin-Lee Field. We would be honored to have local veterans, elected officials, and area organizations join us in this district-wide event. Veterans and officials may enter the stadium at the south, north, or west gate and be seated on the field.
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Signs of Suicide Program

Attention High School Parents: There will be a permission slip sent home with your student on 10/29/2019. If you do not want your child to attend, please send back the form signed by a parent or guardian.
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Light It Up Red for Dyslexia Awareness Month!

Even though World Dyslexia Day is celebrated on Oct. 4th each year, Navarro ISD will Light It Up Red for Dyslexia Awareness Month on Tuesday, Oct. 15th.  Everyone is encouraged to wear RED to celebrate Dyslexia Awareness Month and honor our students, our teachers and our staff members who experience dyslexia!
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