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EPISD’s Young Women’s School looking for Name

El Paso ISD is asking for the public’s help in naming their new Young Woman’s School.

The Young Women’s school will focus on: STEAM — Students will explore integrated courses that connect Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics leveraged through the Arts and Learning through Service — Students will participate in service learning projects & experiences directly connected to the community.

Please include the following:

Nominator’s Name
Nominator’s Address
Nominator’s Phone Number
Nominator’s Email
Proposed Name:
Rationale for Nomination (maximum 100 words):

If the proposed name is that of a person, please include the full name, biographical data, significant contributions and the rationale for the honor. The individual nominated shall not be an employee at the time of consideration or selection of a name.

The Young Women’s Selection Committee will meet on Monday, Feb. 27 to review the nominations and be available to listen to presentations. Each presentation will have a 3 minute limit. The committee will meet from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. EPISD Professional Development Center, Room 115-116.

Deadline to submit nominations is February 26, 2017.

For more information and/or to submit a name for consideration, contact Dr. Cynthia Ontiveros at ccontive@episd.org or 915-230-2374.

To review the district’s guidelines for naming, click Naming Facilities Policy.

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