• October 28, 2020

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EPISD Cares raises funds for 882K meals during pandemic

The EPISD Cares Fund has raised more than $126,000 through contributions and matching funds since April 15, ensuring thousands of struggling families in the El Paso community eat during the COVID-19 pandemic. The total amount translates to 882,000 meals provided through El Pasoans Fighting Food Bank. They represent contributions made through the EPISD Cares Fund […]Read More

Art School Bound: EPISD’s fifth College Art Fair goes digital

EPISD’s fifth College Art Fair on Wednesday is going virtual this year. The District’s innovative approach of giving visual artists a chance to meet with colleges and art schools from around the country will continue despite the pandemic. The event this year features representatives from 13 art institutes and universities during three different sessions. The colleges […]Read More

UTEP’s Adeeba A. Raheem named Educator of the Year by

Adeeba A. Raheem, Ph.D., assistant professor of civil engineering at The University of Texas at El Paso, was named the recipient of the Educator of the Year Award in Higher Education for 2020 by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE). “It is an absolute honor to receive this prestigious award,” Raheem said. “I am […]Read More

El Paso ISD students appointed to Municipal Teen Court

Learning about the judicial system and court process becomes a little more real for EPISD’s 18 students named to the 2020-21 Municipal Teen Court program. The real-life justice program is run for teens by teens, providing juveniles with misdemeanor offenses an opportunity to have their case heard by their peers. The teen volunteers perform the […]Read More

New York Life Foundation grant helps EPISD students cope with

The New York Life Foundation partnered with EPISD for its national Grief-Sensitive School Initiative grant to provide campuses with the tools to help students and families in traumatic times. The initiative includes a $500 grant for each campus to be used to help deliver support to bereaved students and their families after completing the New […]Read More

EPISD breaks ground on new Coach Wally Hartley PK-8 School

The Ross Middle and Hughey Elementary communities came together on Monday for the official groundbreaking ceremony of the new Coach Wally Hartley Prek-8 School, the EPISD Bond consolidation of the two campuses. Members of the Hartley family joined with EPISD and campus leadership for the socially-distant ceremonial turning of dirt on the $48 million Bond […]Read More