PTA Corral

Welcome to the Schluter PTA Corral!

Schluter PTA takes pride in serving our parents, teachers, staff and students. We designed this site in response to the request of a better way to inform everyone on news and information from the PTA, Schluter, and the NISD. We will do our best to make it easier on you to locate information, or at least lead you in the direction of someone who can.

We look forward to serving you this school year!

September Events

09/06/21 – No School
09/07/21Facebook Live with Dr. Warren 6:00 PM
09/12/21 – Grandparents’ Day
09/14/21 – Special Programs Night (virtual information will be sent home)
09/17/21Destination Imagination Registration Deadline
09/22/21 Vision, Hearing, Scoliosis screening
09/22/21 – Homecoming Parade at Eaton High School

Upcoming October Events

National School Principal’s Month
National Dyslexia Awareness Month
National Bully Prevention Month

PTA News

News Around the Corral

We have some exciting changes, programs and fundraisers coming up this year such as:

Harlem Wizards
Peppermint Village
Donation Stations
New Spiritwear
Valentine Dance
and more!

Join our Mailing List to stay informed!

PTA Membership

Membership Benefits
Did you know that have access to perks and benefits with all the partners listed below and more?

Membership Awards
Schools are given recognition for the amount of engagement they get from the community. Learn how you can get Schluter noticed and earn Local PTA Membership Awards!

Interested in joining the Schluter Family? Sign up here.


Click on the links below to purchase:
2021 Yearbook
2022 Yearbook

Photo upload
Select your event on the dropdown and upload your photos here.

If you don’t see your event, send us an e-mail at and we will create it for you.

5th Grade Dedications
Going into Middle School is a big deal, so here is your chance to give your 5th Grader a big sendoff!

We only have a limited amount of dedications that we can fit in the yearbook so reserve your spot now.

Schluter Blog
Teacher Appreciation

These teachers are appreciated EVERY day! Sonic drinks are the least we can do to give them a small token of our appreciation for these capeless heroes behind our school walls.

Helpful Links
Back to School Bundles

Back to School Bundle orders will be sent home with your student(s) within the next week! Thank you for your patience as we fulfill your orders!

New 2021-22 Spiritwear!

From traditional to vintage, to trendy or novelty, we have something for everyone! Come check out the new collection and order yours today!

Help Us Help

In order to run successful programs and events for our school community, we need YOU! All positions can be shared and many will be comprised of a chair and a committee! So grab a friend or two and join us!

Positions Available:
Reflections Coordinator

Schluter News

Our school Principal, Kasey Williams, releases a very informative newsletter every Friday. We will share the link to those newsletters here in the corral, as well as pull out and share some of the important news shared within it. This is meant to help share the newsletter and not replace it, so please visit the newsletter to see all the relevant information for the week.

Read more about Schluter’s Newsletter this week here: September 24, 2021.

A Note from Mrs. Williams

September 24, 2021

Hello Schluter Families!

It is Eaton’s Homecoming today, so we have been showing school spirit all day! We wish our Eaton Eagles the best of luck tonight! It’s been a wonderful week at Schluter as we have been enjoying this amazing weather this week!

As a reminder, consider making tonight a Pizza Night with Papa John’s! When you order, use the code NISD17 for Schluter to get 10% of the proceeds. Tonight is the final night. Please see the flyer below for more information. Thank you for supporting our school!

Enjoy the weekend!

Mrs. Williams

Updated Bus Route Information

As with the start of all school years in our fast-growth district, transportation was a challenge that will improve in the coming days. This year, more than 3,400 new bus riders joined already-completed bus routes in the few days since route information was emailed to families. With this challenge in mind, the district transportation department is in the process of adding these students and more to the existing routes and rerouting when needed. As with previous school years, this work will continue for the first week or two of school.

Route information will continue to be added to the district’s online route system, the MyView tracking app (available on the iOS App Store and Google Play), and in the Home Access Center. Thank you for your understanding as our transportation staff work diligently to meet the needs of all families.

To verify your bus information, click here.
To download the My View App, click here.

Health/Safety Protocols for the 2021-2022 School Year
Ride Change

Submit a ride change form by 2pm CST.

Car Riders

Sign Up for Text Updates

This year, the district plans to utilize text messaging as a way to communicate with families and staff about important dates and events. To opt in and receive messages, text Y to 67587.

Family Media Agreement

Parents – click HERE for a Family Media Agreement.

This is for a tool to help you and your child discuss media expectations, responsibilities and limits. Communication is key to being safe and media smart.

This does not need to come back to school.

Destination Imagination

Scan the link above or click HERE for more information about Destination Imagination.

Show Your Spirit


Just in case you missed it, here is the link to Facebook Live with Dr. Warren on September 7, 2021.

Free Meal Program Extended for Elementary, Middle Schools

All Northwest ISD students in elementary and middle school will continue receive free breakfast and lunch meals during the 2021-2022 school year! While students in high school will not take part in the same program, they can continue to apply for free or reduced-price meals.

Though meals are free to all elementary and middle school students, we strongly encourage families to continue to apply for the free and reduced-price meal program, as there are further benefits that can help reduce financial hardship. An accurate count of students in need also helps provide the appropriate programs at schools. Anyone who previously applied for the free or reduced-price meal program or believes they may now qualify based on their financial circumstances should still apply. This will also ensure these students receive free or reduced-cost meals for at least the first 30 days of the 2022-2023 school year.

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