North Shore Senior High


North Shore Senior High School is committed to provide all the necessary resources and strategies so that students reach a high level of academic achievement through rigorous and relevant content to ensure all students exceed state and national standards.


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North Shore Senior High

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2017-2018 Bus Schedule

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Transportation Website



School Hours

7:00 a.m.-2:35 p.m.



Regular Bell Schedule



1st period 7:10-8:50

2nd period 8:56-10:36

3rd period 10:42-12:51

4th period 12:57-2:35



5th period 7:10-8:50

6th period 8:56-10:36

7th period 10:42-12:51

8th period 12:57-2:35


Lunch Schedule


A Lunch



B Lunch



C Lunch



D Lunch



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Student Lunch Account Information

It is part of our mission in Galena Park ISD to insure the holistic development of our students. We feel that achieving this includes providing students with opportunities to receive quality/affordable nutrition options. The Galena Park Independent School District offers healthy meals every school day. Lunch Costs: $1.55 for Pre-K to Grade 5, $1.75 for Grades 6 to 12.


Breakfast is FREE to all students. Your children may qualify for free or reduced price meals. Reduced price is $0.25 for lunch and no charge for breakfast. Parents can pre-pay for student meals with cash or check. Credit cards are also accepted online by visiting PAM's Lunchroom at

www.paypams.com , once their student account has been established. Your child's application is only good for the year applied & for the first few days of the following school year. You must reapply for the benefits unless the district told you that your child is eligible for the new school year. In order to apply, please visit https://mealapps.galenaparkisd.com at you earliest convenience.


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Harris County Clerk's Office is looking for

election day poll workers, including bilingual English and Spanish, Vietnamese, and Chinese speakers, for the upcoming November 7, 2017 General and Special Elections.


Poll workers are the backbone of Harris County elections. Working at a polling location during an election is a unique opportunity for students 16+ years old to step up and serve their neighbors and to learn about the voting process. From August 21 through September 15,  the Harris County Clerk's office is looking for high school students, civic-minded professionals, and retirees, with the goal of recruiting 300 new Election Day poll workers.