The Socorro Independent School District was recognized by a prominent statewide organization, Friends of Texas Public Schools, who featured an article about the district’s best practices on its website and electronic newsletter.
The article, “Best Practice Highlight: Socorro ISD is Standing and Delivering for all children!” mentions Superintendent Dr. José Espinoza’s commitment to educating and treating students as if they are his own.
The article, which was originally published on the Raise Your Hand Texas education website, also discusses Team SISD’s approach to closing the academic achievement gap through the implementation of its nationally recognized WIN Academy.
The WIN Academy is designed to help students who need more assistance than what is offered in a traditional school setting. The program has expanded to 16 campuses this school year giving students a digital learning device, extra instruction time, more hands-on learning and experiences, and a teacher that stays with them for more than one grade level.
To read the full article, visit the Friends of Texas Public Schools website.