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Lopez Drama Champions

Lopez Drama won the NEISD UIL One Act Play competition in February, placing first in the large school division of plays with their production of “Dark Road.”

Submitted By Christi Eanes

Congratulations to Lopez Drama for winning the NEISD UIL One Act Play competition held at Eisenhower Middle School on February 25. Lopez won first place in the large school division of plays with their production of “Dark Road” by Laura Lundgren Smith. Individual awards went to Shreyas Misra, Best Actor Overall; Emma Sanchez, All Star cast; Hannah Randall and Alyssa Cameron, Honorable Mention All Star cast; Rory McLean and Kenzie Corbitt, Outstanding Technical Crew. Continue reading Lopez Drama Champions

Military Dad to Reunite with Sons During Surprise Homecoming

Special To Welcome Home

On December 14, 2016 two NEISD campuses welcomed Major Evan Chung of the United States Army as part of a surprise reunion with his two sons; Trey Wilson  a sixth-grade student at Lopez Middle School and Hunter Chung a tenth-grade student at Reagan High School. Major Chung’s nephew, Ryan Bush, was in the same class as Hunter when Major Chung arrived. The students had no idea that their father and uncle had returned after a 6-month deployment in Afghanistan.   Major Chung had been serving his third tour overseas. Surprising his two sons and nephew in front of their fellow classmates kicked-off his return to the United States and the holidays with his family. Major Chung’s wife, Nickola Wilson-Chung, a Retired Major in the Army was in on the big surprise for her sons and nephew. Major Chung has served in the military for 19 years. Welcome Home would like to thank Major Chung and his family for their years of service and dedication.

Meet San Antonio’s Young Harpists

Submitted By Alice Spero Keene

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Harp students from the harp studio of Alice Spero Keene

San Antonio harp students of professional harpist and teacher Alice Spero Keene, gathered for the Fall 2016 Studio Class on September 24. The talented students from various schools across NISD and NEISD performed for one another in this unique studio class environment. They were able to demonstrate their progress and perform for a safe audience in a “second chance” environment where they could start and stop as needed in order to improve.

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