North Side High School

  • Summer Technology Help

    Using your computer over the summer requires the same care you use in school.  However, if something goes wrong, then know that the Technology Team will be working (part time) at the school to help you.  Call 817-814-4000 to check availability or email Strange.  

  • Summer Books

    District guidelines call for all library books being returned to campus on May 20th.  Yet, that only applies to hard copies, not our thousands of digital copies.  Check out the Getting Books page of the library website for a full list of places to get digital books.  Sign-in information is either your email log in or the district login under Classlink: Library Media Online Databases.  In Library Media Online, just find your choice on the menu and the log in is provided.  Need suggestions for the whole family

    State Reading Lists

    • Tayshas - A high school reading list for the State of Texas; based upon teen reader voting (ex. Children of Blood and Bone, Pudge & Predjudice)

    • Lone Star - A reading list for grades 6, 7 and 8 to encourage recreational reading (ex. Holes, Lupe Wong Won't Dance)

    • Maverick - Recommended graphic novels for grades 6 - 12 (ex. Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed, Mighty Jack)

    • Topaz - Nonfiction gems for all ages (ex. Year of the Rabbit, The Book of Rosy: A Mother's Story of Separation at the Border )

    • Lariat - Outstanding fiction published during the year that merits special attention from adult readers (ex. The Five Wounds, Olympus Texas )

    • 2x2 - Recommended books for children aged two to grade two to encourage voluntary reading (ex. Chez Bob, Alma and How She Got Her Name)

    • Bluebonnet - Texas students (3-6) announce the Texas Bluebonnet Award nominees each year at the Texas Book Festival (ex. The One Thing You'd Save, Once Upon a Camel)


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