Mission: To provide an educational environment which emphasizes independent learning as a lifelong process of challenges. Learners must become critical thinkers, develop positive self-esteem, reach their maximum potential, adapt to a changing world, and become responsible citizens.

COVID-19

If you do need to come to the Nevis High School, we appreciate you maintaining social distancing and entering and exiting the building as quickly as possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Other News

Math Homework Help
A math homework hotline will be available on Tuesday nights from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm on Zoom with Mrs. Hoffman.  The first night is scheduled for Tuesday, September 29.  Any student in grades 7-12 can zoom in with math questions.  Here is the zoom link:

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/79394456588?pwd=dWZYQldmL2F5QThXaHBiNmJoSTVIQT09

Mid-Quarter
Oct. 2

Parent/Teacher Conferences, PreK - 12
Oct. 5 & 7 - 3:45-7:15

No School
Oct. 15 & 16

Yearbooks
Due to COVID-19 causing a shutdown of the production plant in Dallas, Texas, the delivery of the 2019-2020 elementary and high school yearbooks is now expected in early November.  Yearbooks can still be purchased at a cost of $40 for high school and $18 for elementary by Balfour.com or by check payable to Nevis School in the district office. 

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