|COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund
The Northside Education Foundation (NEF) is committed to supporting NISD students, employees, and families during this critical time, as well as Northside's long-term success. Your gift will enable NEF to take action to support the District's immediate needs such as purchasing school supplies and sustaining food distribution to students in partnership with the San Antonio Food Bank.
|Friends of Northside Libraries FONL
|Grants For Teachers
Contribute to NEF fund the competitive grants program which provides $500 - $10,000 for classroom innovation four times per year.
|Grants for the iGniTe Fund
Contribute to the iGniTe NEF Fund supports gifted and enrichment program activities for students K-12.
Make a donation to the Northside Education in honor of a birthday, anniversary, retirement, or any special occasion. Notify the Northside Education Foundation at [email protected] of the donation. Please include the name address of the honoree so a card may be sent. Also include your contact information.
|Jack C. Jordan Scholarship
The Northside ISD Council of PTAs awards scholarships each year to outstanding graduating seniors from each NISD high school. The scholarship fund was named after Jack C. Jordan in 1988. Mr. Jordan served this district for 35 years, including as Superintendent from 1982 to 1993, and remained committed to Northside as an active member of the Northside School Museum Association.
The scholarship fund relies largely on donations from the local PTAs to help our outstanding seniors with scholarships so they can realize their dreams of going to college. All donations go directly to the payment of scholarships. Please make your plans to support the scholarship fund today.
No amount is too small to help the scholarship fund grow and support a fellow NISD student.
Make a memorial donation in rememberance of a loved one. The family will receive a condolence card. Please email [email protected] to notify the Foundation of your donation. Please include the name of the deceased and contact info for the family and yourself.
Area Children Organized to Replant Natives. Project ACORN is now established at over 50 elementary and middle school campuses in Northside. This fund assists campuses in maintaining their garden/green space/outdoor classroom areas and allows them to continue small scale projects for students from year to year.
The Northside Education Foundation has a number of scholarships. Please click on the link of the scholarship you are interested in supporting.