High School Resources
Each Sunday by 3:00 p.m. students will be able to access the Weekly Learning Plans through each of their class Moodle pages. You and your students can also access in the tabs below, but your child's teacher will provide more personalized directions for their class through Moodle.
Students will follow the lessons provided, and students should turn in any assignments that are due the following Sunday by midnight. We do suggest that students not wait until Sunday to turn in their work. They can turn it in any time they have it completed. Students will turn in their work through Moodle unless their teachers asks for it in another way.
It is also important that your child work with the digital learning resources that are provided and can be accessed in your child's Portal. Directions for accessing the portal can be found below under the Digital Learning Resources.
For additional support with learning remotely, please watch this video that will help you understand this process
Below are NISD's iNvest2Learn learning remotely lesson plans for students to work on each week. Your child can access these plans through their classroom Moodle pages. These plans will provide you with the resources your child will need to complete the assignments provided. Click on the content area, to find specific plans for each content.
Lesson Plan below are for information purposes for parents. Watch for weekly videos and updates posted in Moodle from your child's teacher. These videos, updates, and instructions are more detailed and specific for your child's learning!
For further support, please refer to these additional sites to support students. We also have great activities in the Fine Arts and PE tabs for students to engage in!
Digital Learning Resources
Most NISD digital tools and resources for students can be found in their personalized portal at portal.nisdtx.org.
Students can login to their portal using their district username and password.
The district is currently determining how to offer HelpDesk services to families. Until then, please email your student's teacher if you have difficulties with digital resources.