• November 28, 2021

Tags : Canutillo ISD

Canutillo ISD Increases Teacher Starting Pay to $50k; All Employees

Starting pay for teachers in the Canutillo Independent School District will reach the $50,000 mark starting in the 2018-19 school year after the Board of Trustees approved a compensation package that gives all employees a salary increase. “We appreciate our teachers and employees and we wanted to give them a compensation package that matches their commitment to our students and community,” […]Read More

Canutillo High’s Math Team Snags State Championship

Calculating mathematical formulas is a cinch to the Canutillo High School Math Team, and it all added up to a state crown for the Eagles. The math whizzes competed last weekend at the UIL Academic State Meet at the University of Texas at Austin and took home first place as a team in the Calculator […]Read More

Canutillo ISD Leader Named Region 19 Assistant Principal of the

Jessica Meléndez-Carrillo, Assistant Principal at Congressman Silvestre & Carolina Reyes Elementary School was recently selected as Assistant Principal of the Year in Region 19 by the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA). Carrillo is being recognized among her peers for her exceptional leadership in the day-to-day operations of Reyes Elementary, instilling pride in the school’s accomplishments and reinforcing their leadership in helping children […]Read More

TEA Taps Socorro, Canutillo ISD’s Early College High Schools for

Socorro Independent School District’s Mission Early College High School (MECHS) and Canutillo ISD’s Northwest Early College High School (NWECHS) have been nominated by the Texas Education Agency for national 2018 Blue Ribbon School honors. For 2018, MECHS was nominated for the Exemplary High-Performing School category. The school was the first early college high school to […]Read More

Herald-Post Best of 2017: Year in Pictures

It’s another year in the history books, as 2017 fades and 2018 dawns. From the streets of downtown, to the football fields of the schools around town, to the houses of worship throughout the Borderland and locations in between, our photographers were busy documenting our story. Below are the best shots from our team of […]Read More

EPCC Adopts Canutillo Elementary School to Promote ‘College-Going Culture’

El Paso Community College (EPCC) adopted Canutillo Elementary School as part of its elementary school adoption program during a proclamation ceremony held at the school on December 7, 2017. EPCC President Dr. William Serrata welcomed Canutillo Independent School District (CISD) Superintendent Dr. Pedro Galaviz, Canutillo Principal Julie Melendez and the student body to the program. […]Read More

Reyes Elementary Students Train to Run, Empower Themselves

Girls at Congressman Silvestre and Carolina Reyes Elementary School are running to learn and be empowered thanks to several local health and leadership organizations around El Paso. The Junior League of El Paso partnered with the El Paso Center Against Sexual and Family Violence to bring a Girls on the Run council to El Paso. […]Read More

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