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Canutillo ISD’s curbside meals to return August 10th

Officials with Canutillo ISD’s Child Nutrition Department announced earlier this week that the Texas Department of Agriculture has approved the district’s plan to begin serving meals to take home, either thru curbside or designated bus stops.

Beginning Monday, August 10th, 2020, Northwest Early College will start their curbside services, with all other campuses will starting Monday, August 17th, 2020.

Curbside will start at 11:00 am and run until 12:30 pm, Monday thru Friday at all campuses.

“Parents will pick-up meals at the school where your students are registered,” CISD officials explained. “We are implementing the contactless serving at the curbside. The way it works is by opening your automatic car trunk or roll down the passenger windows so we can place the meal there with less exposure.”

The buses will start distributing the meals at 10:00 am and will deliver according to the school bus route for each particular campus for the students registered at that campus.

Parents picking up free breakfast and lunch for students at any of the 10 distribution sites or the bus stops in the Canutillo Independent School District will no longer need to bring their student to receive the meals.

New federal and state rules will allow CISD to distribute meals to parents of registered Canutillo students during 2020-2021 school year without their student present if they follow one of the two procedures:

Parents can bring their students to their school distribution site starting on the first day of school to be officially counted by CISD Child Nutrition staff. Once counted, a parent will be issued a card specifying how many children live in that household. The card must be presented daily to receive meals.

A second option for parents is to bring any of the four documents to show proof that a child is registered in Canutillo ISD: an official school enrollment document (letter or email), Student report cards, School attendance records from a school district parent portal, Student ID cards. The same procedure as above will follow.

These meals are regulated by the National School Lunch Program requirements.

“We know and understand that our community has been deeply impacted by the COVID‐19 and together we are trying to help in any way that we can,” officials added.

“The well-being of our students, parents, and staff will always remain an important focus. Please stay tune for any updates and remember to stay strong and optimistic for our students. We will get through this together!”

Breakfast and Lunch will be distributed at the same time, with menus will be posted on the district website.

Canutillo ISD’s Rodriguez to become first El Pasoan on TASB leadership board since 1990s

Canutillo ISD Trustee Armando Rodriguez was nominated this week to serve as Secretary/Treasurer of the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB).

“It’s an honor to be able to serve the state in this capacity and to represent West Texas in a leadership position,” Rodriguez said. “With the support of the membership, I will be able to bring to the table the voice of all Texas children and create opportunities to improve education in every corner of the state.”

Rodriguez’s nomination is historic for the El Paso region. Once approved by the TASB membership, he will become the first trustee from Region 19 to serve as an officer on the TASB Board of Directors since David Sublasky of Fabens ISD in 1997-98.

Before then, only two other El Paso area trustees have served as TASB officers – Ross Borrett, Ysleta ISD, 1975-76; and Ted Andress, El Paso ISD 1958-59.

“Armando has a long history of representing El Paso admirably and proudly at the state and national levels. This nomination is just the latest in a string of honors and recognitions he has brought home to Canutillo ISD,” said CISD Board President Sergio Coronado.”

Rodriguez is a Leadership TASB Master Trustee serving his fourth term on the Canutillo ISD School Board, where his fellow trustees have elected him as Board President, Vice President, and Secretary.

Rodriguez has the distinction of being one of the youngest people ever to be elected into office in El Paso County, and has made it his mission to improve the quality of education in his community – especially for underserved students.

A graduate of Canutillo High School and the University of Texas at El Paso, Rodriguez is a native of the Border and a leader in his community. Through his work, he ensures that students have access to high-quality educational and athletic facilities.

He also is one of the founding members of the Canutillo Alumni Foundation for Education – the only organization specifically designed to award scholarships to Canutillo graduates.

According to CISD officials, during his time as Trustee, Rodriguez has played a key role in modernizing Canutillo schools. Some of the accomplishments while on the Board include the establishment of Northwest Early College, a National Blue Ribbon School and one of the best high schools in the country according to U.S. News & World Report; the creation of the Canutillo Connect initiative that bridged the digital divide in the community by distributing Apple devices to all students and creating better internet connectivity throughout the District; and the back-to-back A-rating for the District by the Texas Education Agency – the only District in the region to achieve this distinction.

Rodriguez’s work on behalf of students extends beyond El Paso. In addition to his recent TASB officer nomination, he currently serves as the Region 19 Representative on the TASB Board of Directors. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the National School Board Association (NSBA) and was selected by his peers to serve as treasurer of the organization’s National School Boards Action Center. At NSBA, he also serves as chair of the National Hispanic Council. Other leadership positions for Rodriguez include being a member of the Board of Directors for the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials.

Previously, Rodriguez has served as president of the Mexican American School Board Association and the Far West Texas School Board Association.

TASB’s mission is to promote educational excellence for Texas schoolchildren through advocacy, visionary leadership, and high-quality services to school districts.

The nomination will go out to the association’s membership for approval during the  TASA/TASB txEDCON virtual conference in the fall. The vote is a formality for the slate of candidates.

Canutillo ISD to donate laptops to help support distance learning in El Paso region

Thursday morning at a special meeting, the Canutillo Independent School District Board of Trustees approved the donation of 1,500 plus laptop computers to other school districts. 

District officials say the move was to “help ensure every child in the region has equal access to an education.”

“When a child succeeds, our community succeeds because we are responsible for all of them,” said Superintendent Dr. Pedro Galaviz. “The superintendents in the region have always created partnerships and collaborate rather than compete.  And during this unprecedented time, we will all come together to make sure every student has access needed for a quality education.”

The district has been working to close the gaps in computer and internet access among students that have presented barriers to instruction. It’s a problem that the district addressed and sought to avoid at the outset of the pandemic.

“We understand one of the challenges to remote learning has been ensuring all students have laptops and an internet connection to connect to digital classes,” said CISD Board President Sergio Coronado.  “These initiatives aim to give every child a chance to succeed.”

COVID-19 has exposed the dire need for adequate technology resources.  Nationwide, technology companies are experiencing shortages in production and unexpected delivery dates.

CISD officials say that many districts in Region 19 have had to react to the situation and place orders for hardware systems that will very possibly go unfulfilled by the anticipated start date.

The district will enter an agreement to provide technology hardware to local children in need.  Starting this school year, CISD will transfer technology to other districts in the region to include Fabens ISD, San Elizario ISD, and Sierra Blanca ISD and any other districts that are in need of technological devices.

On April 28, 2020, the Trustees approved a $4.8 million request to purchase Apple devices for every student in the district. As a result, students from Pre-Kinder through 12th grade will have access to their own device for the 2020-2021 school year.

At a June 25, 2020, special board meeting, the Canutillo ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved the initial allocation of $300,000 to fund the Canutillo Connect initiative, which will bring universal internet connectivity to the school district’s community through an outside wireless mesh network.

District officials share that the district is the first in the region, and third in the state to take on this broad initiative.

Nidia Avila named as Principal at Canutillo ISD’s Alderete Middle School

Canutillo Independent School District announced Friday that Nidia Avila was recently named Principal of Jose J. Alderete Middle School.

“I am excited to lead the extraordinary students and staff at Alderete Middle School, and I am grateful for this wonderful opportunity,” said Avila. “I look forward to working together with our teachers, students, families, and community to provide all our students a premier educational experience.”

Avila began her professional career as a 7th and 8th grade teacher at Alderete Middle School in 2006 and taught Algebra I through 2012. She continued to lead at Alderete as a Campus Instructional Coach through 2015.

From 2015-2017, Avila served CISD as District Math Curriculum Coordinator, and she was most recently an Assistant Principal at Canutillo High School.

She was selected from a talented candidate pool in a competitive process that included input and participation from the staff and community.

“Alderete Middle has established itself as a high-performing campus with a reputation of pride and support for students, parents and staff,” Superintendent Dr. Pedro Galaviz said. “We believe Mrs. Avila fits our expectation for continued success, with her experience as an educational leader at that campus and everywhere she has served.”

Avila holds a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies and earned a Master of Education – Instructional Specialist from The University of Texas at El Paso. She received her Principal Certification from the Education Service Center – Region 19.

Mrs. Avila is well known to the school community, and she has 14 years of experience as a professional educator, all with Canutillo ISD.

Canutillo ISD releases plan for 2020-2021 academic year

Friday morning, Canutillo Independent School District officials released their back to school plan for the upcoming school year.

“Due to upward trends in infection rates, the Canutillo Independent School District is adopting a conservative approach in the interest of safety,” CISD officials shared via a news release.

The first day of instruction is August 3, 2020. The district will deliver instruction through remote platforms until Labor Day.

By Monday, September 7, 2020, the district will have communicated to parents whether to keep with 100% remote learning or continue with the reopening plans.

  • At the elementary level, parents can elect to send their children to school for 100% face-to-face instruction or they can select the 100% remote learning option.
  • Middle schools and CHS High School students may choose 100% remote learning or hybrid. The hybrid model will allow students to come into schools on certain days and remain at home on other days.
  • NWECHS parents will receive information about their schedule from the campus.

District officials say that during the first week of school, campuses will offer small groups of students the opportunity to come to school, meet their teacher, practice social distancing and review the safety protocols.

Campuses will share further information regarding learning models and the opening week activity. This information will be placed on the campus and district websites next week along with other health and safety information.

Reopening plans were developed with survey information from parents, faculty and staff. Safety was the first consideration in the district’s deliberations.

“Please note, that this plan is subject to change depending on future guidance from health officials,” CISD officials added.

For more information, visit the Canutillo ISD website.

Canutillo ISD introduces ‘Canutillo Connect,’ Project to provide outside universal internet access

Tuesday morning, officials with the Canutillo Independent School District announced the “Canutillo Connect” initiative, which will bring universal internet connectivity to the school district’s community through an outside wireless mesh network.

“Funding has been primarily directed at in-school internet connectivity,” said Board President Sergio Coronado. “However, in order to close the digital divide, we must address the lack of residential and community access.”

Last week during a special board meeting, the Canutillo ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved the initial allocation of $300,000 to fund the project.

Officials say that the district is the first in the region, and third in the state to take on this initiative, through a partnership with tech companies Fluidmesh and Cisco.

“The solution is a mesh of backhaul products, a bridge between the district wireless and the internet signal broadcast to the community,” district officials shared. “This is a point-to-multipoint approach in which 75 antennas and receivers placed all over the community broadcast the universal internet signal.”

Engineers and partners who previously joined in efforts to create the Digital El Paso project in downtown El Paso were excited to provide their services and expertise in creating a seamless solution for a fourth essential utility.

“More students are online and all students should have the technology they need to stay connected to learning,” said CISD Superintendent Dr. Pedro Galaviz. “In addition, when we do return to normal, this initiative will continue to bear fruit by providing ready access to technology for all students outside the regular classroom setting, thus further closing the gap between the advantaged and disadvantaged.”

The Canutillo Connect project is a comprehensive plan to ensure that students have equitable access to the tools they need to continue their learning remotely.

On April 28, 2020, the Trustees approved a $4.8 million request to purchase Apple devices for every student in the district.

As a result, students from Pre-Kinder through 12th grade have access to their own device for the 2020-2021 school year. Now, the Board has invested in the high-speed community broadband to make digital content available for students at home.

“Both of these purchases, for devices and internet capacity, are especially important today as our nation faces a health crisis,” said Coronado. “We must act promptly to continue our delivery of first-class instruction to all students. We don’t know how long this pandemic will last.”

Canutillo ISD to host immunization clinic for community

Canutillo ISD will be hosting an Immunize El Paso Vaccination Clinic for the community Monday, June 29, 2020.

Organizers say that this is an important event because many doctors’ offices are only seeing patients through telemedicine or have reduced hours.

“Students must be up to date with their immunizations regardless of what model of learning we use to re-open our schools, whether it is remote or face to face,” said Dr. Monica Reyes, Executive Director of Canutillo ISD Student Support Services. “Parents should take advantage of it especially in this pandemic time to prevent the spread of other diseases and viruses.”

The State of Texas and the Department of Public Health mandates that all students have up-to-date vaccinations in order to attend public school for the 2020-2021 school year.

Proper social distancing will be practiced and masks will be required. Parents are asked to only bring the child or children that require vaccination to the site.

  • When: Monday, June 29, 2020
  • Where: Lone Star Building Recreation Center,
    7000 5th Street, Canutillo, Texas 79835

(enter through the chain link fence and proceed to back of building)

  • Time: 2:00-5:00 pm
  • Cost: Medicare and most insurance accepted

$10 for VFC eligible recipients

Required Documents:

  • Parent identification
  • Current immunization record
  • Insurance card

For more information or any questions, please call Student Support Services Department at 877-7650 or 877-7659 or visit Canutillo ISD’s Website.

Canutillo ISD board approves intersessional calendar for 2020-21 school year

On Tuesday, the Canutillo ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved an intersessional school calendar, as recommended by Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath.

“This new calendar provides flexibility for the district in terms of responding to possible spikes in COVID-19 case numbers,” Canutillo ISD Superintendent Dr. Pedro Galaviz said. “Recommended by the Texas Commissioner of Education, we agree that this schedule is best in view of the unpredictability of the disease.”

District officials say this would be to offset missed school days in the event of a COVID-19 outbreak during the next school year. All plans are subject to change as per guidance from health authorities.

Under this new calendar, students will return to school on August 3, 2020; the calendar will incorporate a fall break and a spring break.

Each break will include a preceding week to provide intervention and remediation for small group learning.  This also provides flexibility to help the district make up for any days lost.

“The district feels this calendar allows for closer monitoring of students focusing on their safety, wellness and learning,” officials shared via a news release

Canutillo ISD board approves pay raise for all employees

On Monday, Canutillo ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved a two percent general pay increase for all CISD employees for the 2020-21 school year. 

“I consider our faculty and staff our greatest assets,” said Superintendent Dr. Pedro Galaviz. “We truly appreciate the work they do in educating and supporting our students.”

Over the past four years, the District has been in a sound financial position to continually increase compensation.

“We are pleased to be able to provide these salary increases to our teachers and staff during such a challenging time,” said Board President Sergio Coronado. “They have worked so hard for our children and the present situation has demanded even more of their time and effort.”

The compensation plan, approved on May 26 at the regular board meeting, keeps Canutillo ISD among the highest-paying school districts in the region.

Starting teacher pay would increase from $52,500 to $53,150 a year and all other teachers’ pay will climb through pay-scale step increases.

Canutillo Alumni seek support for awarding scholarships as annual golf tournament canceled

While the Canutillo Alumni Foundation for Education had to suspend its annual golf tournament this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the alumni are still planning to award college scholarships and are asking for support.

The 2020 golf tournament, sponsored by Charlie Clark Nissan, was already postponed to July 17 from its original date in May, and CAFÉ hoped to hold it at Butterfield Trail Golf Club. The permanent closure of Butterfield Trail also added to the misfortune.

CAFÉ, a fund under the Paso Del Norte Community Foundation, believes that to protect the health and safety of the event participants, it is best to call off the event this year and plan for a date in 2021. But, the group is determined to do all that it can to sustain its scholarship program.

“We are disappointed that we could not hold this important event that provides much-needed assistance for our Canutillo and Northwest students,” Armando Rodriguez, CAFÉ Golf Tournament organizer said. “But, we are hopeful that through the generous support of our regular dedicated tournament sponsors and the community, our students will get the help they need to go to college.”

Anyone interested in contributing any amount to the scholarship program is encouraged to visit the CAFE’ donation page via the PDN Foundation. Donations of $1,000 or more will have the opportunity to have a scholarship acknowledgment in the name of their choice.

CAFÉ also has a monthly and annual giving membership program where members make regular automatic contributions with a credit card or payroll deduction for Canutillo ISD employees. To learn more and join CAFÉ, click here.

Northwest ECHS teacher wins national educator award

Computer science is an emerging field that has flourished in many successful, innovative programs at Northwest Early College High School. Now, one outstanding educator at the Canutillo ISD school is being nationally recognized for continued efforts to encourage high school women’s interest and participation in technology pursuits.

The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing announced that Northwest Computer Science Teacher Catherine Tabor has been named the sole recipient of the 2020 National NCWIT Aspirations in Computing (AiC) Educator Award, sponsored by AT&T.

According to the NCWIT announcement, each year the AiC Educator Award publicly celebrates formal and informal educators who encourage 9th-12th grade students who self-identify as women, genderqueer, or non-binary to explore their interest in computing and technology.

Educators are honored for demonstrating an exceptionally strong, consistent, and positive involvement in promoting gender equity in computing.

“Students at Northwest have been gaining recognition in computer science locally and nationally the last few years, and it’s evident why when you look at the inspiring teachers we have,” Canutillo ISD Superintendent Dr. Pedro Galaviz said. “Ms. Tabor deserves this commendation for what she does to help prepare our students for success in life and career.”

According to Tabor, since 2009, the percentage of women computer science undergraduates in the United States has declined from 20.7% to 18.7%. The Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas at Austin profiles students in computer science across the state.

In a 2018 study, the Center found that only about 24% of students enrolled in computer science courses are female. But, female computer science students at Northwest are bucking the trend at about 52%.

In a statement to NCWIT, Tabor said that in her five years of teaching at Northwest, Computer Science education has expanded from zero classes to multiple courses, two clubs and an Honor Society. Since receiving her dual credit certification, she also teaches college level, credit bearing CS courses to her majority non-white and predominantly Latinx high school students.

“I am lucky that my school has decided to dedicate an entire position to Computer Science,” Tabor told NCWIT. “While I used to be torn between three disciplines, I am now able to teach all Computer Science.”

At Northwest, Tabor sponsors extracurricular opportunities for women, such as hosting a Girls Who Code club, supporting a GirlsGoCyber team, and taking a group of students to a Google eCSR symposium. In March, for the first time, a Canutillo ISD student was named a national honorable mention for the 2020 NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing. Of the 21 girls who were local affiliate winners in El Paso, six were Northwest students.

Recently, Northwest students were given a challenge to help protect employees during the public health situation. With Tabor’s help, they created face shields using the school’s 3D printers for the district’s child nutrition workers and bus drivers who deliver meals daily to the community.

Tabor was previously selected as the 2018 NCWIT AiC Greater El Paso Affiliate Educator Award Winner, she has engaged her school as an NCWIT AspireIT partner, and hosted an AspireIT program run by AiC Community members. She is pursuing a PhD in Computer Science, where she is studying the prevalence of linguistic bias in the instruments of Computer Science assessment.

“People are finally interested in what we do and teach, and everyone wants to be a part of it,” Tabor stated. “It is an exciting time in CS education. And, who wouldn’t want to be a computer scientist? I get to solve puzzles all day long.”

Canutillo ISD rolls out Summer program to meet learning needs during pandemic

Learning for Canutillo ISD students will not end when school officially concludes later this month, as the District’s Curriculum and Instruction Department (C&I) administrators have developed a distance learning program for their students this summer.

According to CISD officials the program, Summer S.A.L.T. (Sustaining Academic Learning Together), is “a robust remote instruction program that will launch June 8.”

“We are not about to lose the momentum we had when we rapidly switched to distance and online learning during the health crisis,” Canutillo ISD Superintendent Dr. Pedro Galaviz said. “Our students, teachers, and parents adapted very well to the dramatic change in the learning environment this spring and we are determined to take what we learned and deliver a high quality program to boost their progress.”

The program partners with parents and supports the continued growth and learning of their students to prevent a loss of information and preserve all they learned this year.

The C&I department explains that during typical school years, teachers can account for the summer slide, or loss of information, at the beginning of the next school year. However, this is not a typical year.

School closures due to COVID-19 may have a bigger impact on students and the amount of information students lose over the summer will be greater.

Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Debra Kerney says that CISD recommends a whole-child approach to learning and this is an opportunity to spice up the summer.

“This summer, we want students to relax, play outside, and experience adventures with their families,” Dr. Kerney said. “A dash of Summer S.A.L.T. daily will give children time to explore new ideas, play, and strengthen math and reading skills. This will help them to successfully leap into next year and land on their feet.”

Summer S.A.L.T. is a menu of activities for parents and children to choose from. Students are asked to spend a little bit of time each day reading and practicing math. In addition, the menu includes activities for social studies, science, art, community, citizenship, and exercise. There are an abundance of other fun activities to do while at home this summer.

Children will also be able to participate in a schedule of online lessons provided in English and Spanish by CISD teachers.

Every CISD student in Pk-5th grade will receive Grab ‘N’ Go Packs by mail, more than 21,000 books in all, to be used during Elementary Literacy-Extension Live-Stream Sessions.

In addition, dual language students will receive a set of books in Spanish.

Students will receive credit at the start of the next school year for the time they put into the menu this summer. Organizers plan contests for time spent reading and online use of Imagine Math, myON, and Istation, and students in PK through 8th grade are encouraged to login at least 4 times a week.

The Summer S.A.L.T. Menu and links to the live-stream sessions will be available on the District Website.

Canutillo ISD announces top teachers for 2020

The Canutillo Independent School District community has chosen its top educators of the year.

Congressman Silvestre & Carolina Reyes Elementary School Teacher of the Year Nancy Campero was selected as the CISD Elementary Teacher of the Year.

She is a 3rd-grade bilingual teacher who has worked at Reyes Elementary for 3 years.

Canutillo High School Teacher of the Year Anthony Lopez-Waste was selected as the CISD Secondary Teacher of the Year. He teaches World History and AP World History.

He is also a Senior Class representative and coaches Varsity Girls Basketball and JV Softball.

Ms. Campero and Mr. Lopez-Waste will represent CISD in the Elementary and Secondary Teacher of the Year Contest for Region 19 later this summer. If they’re successful there, they could represent the El Paso region in the Texas Teacher of the Year contest.

“Our teachers in Canutillo never cease to amaze me,” said Superintendent Dr. Pedro Galaviz. “Ms. Campero and Mr. Lopez-Waste are exemplary representatives of who we are and what we do as a premier district.”

Canutillo ISD releases graduation plan commended by city, health officials

On Friday, Canutillo Independent School District officials announced that they had developed a plan that allows for its graduates to walk across the stage, while maintaining social distancing and other safeguards.

The district presented a plan to the city and county health officials to have a hybrid graduation ceremony, which was highly praised and approved enthusiastically, in lieu of the traditional event.

The graduation will consist of a distanced procession of seniors and no more than two family members entering the high school auditorium to receive their diplomas later this month. As one family leaves, the next family will be brought in under close supervision to ensure social distancing and other safety measures. A video, which will be made available to seniors, will be taken showing all students walking the stage.

“With new COVID-19 cases in our city on a daily basis, we came up with a contingency plan several weeks ago as an alternative to a large gathering at the Don Haskins Center. We are now prepared to move forward with this safer approach,” said Canutillo High School Principal Teresa Clapsaddle.

“Our principals worked hard to develop a plan that would provide the much-deserved recognition for our seniors, while ensuring safety in view of the pandemic,” said Dr. Pedro Galaviz, Superintendent of Schools. “While the ideal would be to gather together for commencement, as in the past, we are not living in normal times.”

Because of this fluid and dynamic situation, all district plans are subject to change based on up-to-date information from health authorities. CISD will consider the safety and health of our students, teachers, and community members above all else.

Canutillo ISD partners with El Pasoans Fighting Hunger food bank to feed entire families

The Canutillo Independent School District is partnering with El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank to feed entire families, in addition to children ages 18 and under.

“The district cares for the well-being and nourishment of our entire community, so when families are going to the school district, there may be others in the household who need food as well,” said Superintendent Dr. Pedro Galaviz. “Schools are trusted and highly accessible locations that families are used to visiting.”

The district, in partnership with El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank will be distributing boxes of groceries curbside at Bill Childress Elementary, every Monday and Friday, from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.  1,000 families will be served on a first come first serve basis.

The breakfast and lunch program provided to children ages 18 and under will continue as scheduled. Please visit the district’s website for times and locations.

In addition, the Canutillo Mobile Food Pantry distribution will take place Thursday, May 7th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at Canutillo Middle School to serve 400 families.  Food will be provided on a first come first serve basis.

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