• December 1, 2021

Tags : andress

El Paso ISD part of ‘New Tech Network’ initiative to

Officials with El Paso ISD announced on Tuesday that the district is part of a new multi-district initiative from the New Tech Network to improve college access through improved science practices. “The purpose of this work is to collect and analyze data, identify new ideas and implement specific changes to all schools involved in order develop and […]Read More

Gallery+Story: EPISD summer graduates receive high-school diploma

EPISD’s Class of 2019 is now complete. A total of 171 seniors from every high school in the El Paso Independent School District accepted their diplomas on Wednesday during the 2019 Summer Graduation Ceremonies at the Bowie High School auditorium. The graduates completed all state graduation requirements during the summer and now join the 4,200 […]Read More

Area Bands ‘Tune Up’ For UIL Competition at EPISD Invitational

27 bands took the field at Franklin High School Saturday, as El Paso ISD hosted their invitational contest for area marching bands. Serving as adjudicators for the event were Valentino Leyba, Kevin Moreman, and Shawn Silva, all band directors in the Las Cruces Public Schools. Instrumental Coordinator Julio Castillo was the contest organizer. Due to […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Plainsmen Down Eagles 52-14

In Game Two of a Friday Night Lights Doubleheader in the Permian Basin, the Monterey Plainsmen downed the Andress Eagles 52 to 14. Our very own Andres Acosta was there, and brings you his own view of the game via this ‘Story in Many Pics’ brought to you by Omega Air.Read More

El Paso ISD Announces new Principals for Andress, Franklin

On Thursday, El Paso Independent School District Superintendent Juan Cabrera announced the appointment of two experienced educators to lead Andress and Franklin high schools as new principals. Joseph Manago will start his tenure as principal at Andress on March 23. Shawn Mena will take over as principal at Franklin on April 3. “Mr. Manago and Ms. […]Read More

Program helps Andress Students Identify, Prevent Dating Violence

EPISD is working hand-in-hand with the Center Against Sexual and Family Violence (CASFV) to bring an educational program for students at Andress High School. The empOURment program is focused on teaching students primary prevention, which addresses inequality as the root case for sexual violence. “The goal is to teach students how to build skills around […]Read More

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