Navasota ISD encompasses 362 sq. mi. and is located in the southern part of Grimes County. Teachers and staff are highly dedicated to caring for & educating all 3056 students. The citizens of the NISD take great pride in the quality of their schools.
Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States. Navasota High School will observe Red Ribbon Week October 28 through November 1 with the following dress up days: Monday: "Rattlers are Too Hot for Drugs" - wear red
Tuesday: "Double Up Against Drugs" - twin day, find a friend and dress alikeWednesday: "Rattlers are Too Bright for Drugs" - wear neon colorsThursday: "Say BOO to Drugs!" - Happy Halloween, wear orange and black Friday: "Rattlers Declare WAR on Drugs" - NHS color war, wear class colors, all other campuses wear Rattler spirit gear!
On Saturday, September 28th Navasota FFA Advisor Kelvin Neal accompanied several Navasota FFA members and welding students to the 1st Annual Waller County Fair Welding Competition held at the Waller County Fairgrounds in Hempstead Texas. The team of Angel Tovar, Jorge Garcia and Javier Garcia won First Place in the team build contest. In this competition teams are given supplies and building plans for a project that they must weld onsite. This was the first contest of the school year but the students look forward to competing in many more in the near future.
On Wednesday afternoon, NISD Superintendent Dr. Stu Musick informed the Navasota High School faculty and staff that the current high school principal, Mr. Derek Bowman, would be promoted to Director of Personnel and Administrative Services for the district. Also, Mrs. Kristi Ramsey, current high school associate principal, would be named interim principal of Navasota High School.