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  • Governor Abbott Calls for Moment of Silence To Honor Victims of Santa Fe High School Shooting

    Governor Greg Abbott issued today a statewide call for Texans to take part in a moment of silence at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 21, 2018, to honor the memory of the victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting. At the request of the governor, BISD did observe a moment of silence today. However, out of respect for our students and families, the District did not discuss the events of Santa Fe High School. We left that discussion for parents to have with their child(ren).

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  • "GREAT Moments in CTE History"History Clipart

    2016-2017

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fITr15xz_t8

     


     

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  • National Technical Honor Society Inductions

    March 21, 2018

    {click on the group photo below to view highlights from the event}

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  • Spring School-to-Work Coalition Luncheon 2018

     

    Spring School-to-Work Coalition Luncheon 2018


     

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  • NRH Fire Department Earns "Recognized" Status

     

    The North Richland Hills Fire Department is among a select few to be awarded "Recognized" status by Texas Fire Chiefs Association Best Practices Recognition Program. After a rigorous evaluation process involving a thorough assessment of the agency's policies, procedures, facilities and operations, North Richland Hills Fire – Rescue was awarded a “Recognized” status from the Texas Fire Chiefs Association (TFCA) Best Practices Recognition Program on February 15, 2018. The evaluation process involved a review of the following areas: Administration and Organization; Emergency Medical Services; Fire Prevention; Risk Reduction; Community Outreach; Safety and Health; Professional Standards and Conduct. After the department produced proof of compliance for each area, an internal review was conducted and all materials moved to an outside audit and review. The final step in the assessment process involved an on-site review by trained Fire Chiefs and Assistant Fire Chiefs from across Texas. North Richland Hills is honored to be the sixteenth department in the state of Texas to receive this recognition. Through the hard work of our staff and administration, we have been able to reach this status. We are proud to share this with our citizens, and feel confident this award demonstrates our dedication to being among the best in Texas fire service. The award presentation will take place at a future City Council Meeting (TBD), and the department will also receive recognition at the TFCA Executive Conference later this month.

     


     

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  • TAFE State Teach Tomorrow Summit 2018

    Results Slideshow

     

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  • Check out our EMT Students and Teachers in Action!!!

     

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  • Fall School-to-Work Coalition Luncheon

     

    We had a great School-to-Work Coalition Luncheon yesterday, we recognized our Outstanding Community Partner for 2017-2018. Chief Stan Tinney, Captain Erik Cook and the North Richland Hills Fire-Rescue Department worked with our district and Tarrant County College to create a Birdville ISD Fire Academy. We are extremely grateful  to North Richland Hills Fire-Rescue Department for giving BISD students this tremendous opportunity to pursue careers in the exciting field of fire science.

     

    Business Partner 2018

     

    It was a tremendous team effort from our CTE administrative staff Lisa Carnes, Vicki Barke, DeeDee Bocanegra,  Andrea Anderson, Elizabeth Clayton, Lisa Harrison, Carol Adcock and our CTE student leaders that spoke about the Marketing/Entrepreneurship, Automotive Technology, Robotics, Agricultural Science, Firefighter and Audio Video Production programs. They did an excellent job, and we appreciate all of their hard work to help make yesterday’s luncheon successful.

    We appreciate Greg Clifton, Kalinda Waldrup, Olin Harrington, Jesse Hackfeld, Chris Copeland, Emily Shipman and Chad Lewis for selecting these outstanding students to speak at the luncheon.

    Thank you to Trevor Kasal, Jeremy Upchurch and students for the production of the 2017-2018 CTE program video. We’d also like to thank Stephanie Dukes and the Floral Design students for the beautiful sunflower arrangements.

    Thank you all for your wonderful contributions, diligence and hard work and for helping make this year’s School to Work Coalition Luncheon a success!

     


     

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  • NOTICE:

    BISD's educational access channel from Charter Communications cable is channel 192.
     

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