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  • Returning Student Registration

    Beginning July 14, enrollment online is available for returning NISD students. Parents will receive a letter in the mail within the next two weeks with instructions.

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  • School Supply Lists for 2014-15

    Click the blue heading to access the Grade K-3 supply list and Grade 4-5 supply list.

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  • Pre-K Starting at Justin Next Year!

    We are excited to offer a morning class and afternoon class of PreK students at Justin Elementary next year! Click the title ABOVE to see if your child will qualify for Pre-K within NISD.

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  • The Summer Slide is NO Fun!

    Research shows that students who do not read over the summer can drop several reading levels. Bring your child to the Justin Elementary School Library to check out books this summer!
    June 20 & 27
    July 11 & 18
    10:00 am. - 12 noon

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  • NISD Summer Programs

    It's not too late to join the fun! Click here for more information regarding summer camps and programs.

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  • What Does it Mean to Be a Title I Campus?

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  • 2013-14 School Report Card

    Justin Elementary is sharing information from the Texas Education Agency about our School Report Card. If you have difficulty accessing information from this link, hard copies are available in the front office.

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  • Communitiies in Schools

    We are thankful for our CIS staff member, Wendy Navarro. Contact her at 817-215-0800.

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  • Mentoring Moms

    If you have an extra 20 minutes a week, we need you as a mentor! Call our counselor, Tonya Romine, to learn about how you could support a Justin student with academics and/or self-esteem.

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  • Leadership Club

    We are looking for 4th & 5th graders who want to make our school the best in the universe! Students leaders volunteer around the school with a job before school, during recess, or afterschool once a week. Duties include opening car doors, emptying recycle containers, working with kindergarten students, and helping with morning announcements.

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  • 4 Star Rating

    Each class is working as a team to meet the standard in the common areas of the building. The cafeteria is tough! Classes will earn dog tags to wear as a reward for meeting this goal.

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  • "Not at MY School!"

    Teachers and students have joined together to look for signs of bullying and not be a bystander when someone needs our help. We are practicing ways to step in and help someone who is the target of a bully.
    1. Walk over and stand/sit next to the victim.
    2. Use your words to tell the bully "No".
    3. Tell an adult nearby what is happening.

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