Pease

Campus Information

Principal:
Katherine Lyssy
Vice Principal:
Dana Gilbert-Perry
Asst. Principal:
Lynda DeSutter
Academic Dean:
Crystal Bernard
School Hours:
8:30am - 3:40pm
Phone: (210) 397-2950
Fax: (210) 678-2974
Year Open:
1974
School Mascot:
Bulldogs
School Colors:
Royal Blue, Gold

Boundary Information

Bond Information

Construction funded by Bond 1968

E. M. Pease

201 Hunt Ln
San Antonio, TX 78245

Namesake

E. M. Pease Middle School proudly bears the name of Elisha Marshall Pease, a former Texas Governor and an ardent supporter of public education. E. M. Pease was born in Connecticut in 1812. Early in 1835 he came to Texas, settling at Bastrop, where he began to study law.

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E. M. Pease Middle School proudly bears the name of Elisha Marshall Pease, a former Texas Governor and an ardent supporter of public education. E. M. Pease was born in Connecticut in 1812. Early in 1835 he came to Texas, settling at Bastrop, where he began to study law.

After holding various minor offices during the period of the Republic and serving in the state Legislature from 1849 to 1859, Pease was elected Governor in 1853 and again in 1855. For nearly 50 years from the eve of the Texas revolution to this day of his death in 1883, Elisha Marshall Pease was an outstanding figure in the history of the republic and the state.

October 24, 2014

Huge community support! Tonight's Brandeis vs O'Connor football game sold out.
No more tickets available. Listen to game on KONO-AM 860.

July 28, 2014

While one-on-one communication is the best, in a District as large as Northside ISD it is sometimes difficult. Because we want our parents to stay informed, NISD has several ways that parents and other interested citizens can stay informed about the successes and challenges of San Antonio’s premier school district, as well as news about their children’s schools.

July 28, 2014

More than 5,000 students still need updated immunizations before the start of the school year. Northside ISD is enforcing its “No Shots, No School” policy, which means students who are not up-to-date on immunizations will not be allowed to attend classes when the 2014-15 school year begins on Aug. 25.