• October 19, 2020

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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 […]Read More

Canutillo ISD to donate laptops to help support distance learning

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 […]Read More

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 […]Read More

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 […]Read More

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 […]Read More

Canutillo ISD rolls out Summer program to meet learning needs

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 […]Read More

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 […]Read More

Canutillo ISD to purchase $4.8M worth of Apple devices for

On Tuesday, April 28, the Canutillo Independent School District Board of Trustees approved a $4.8 million request to purchase Apple devices for every student in the district. “We believe this substantial investment in devices is critical to ensuring that all students have equitable access to learning,” said Board President Sergio Coronado. “In this unprecedented time, […]Read More

Clint ISD Board announces students won’t return to school this

On Thursday, during their regular school board meeting, Clint ISD announced that students would not be returning to classes this school year. Board members also approved pay for Substitute Teachers in the district, hit hard by COVID19. Officials announced that the current school year would be finished at home, stating that students would not be returning to their […]Read More

Clint ISD offers needed medical equipment from shuttered academy

In an effort to share available resources to help the community combat COVID-19 (Coronavirus), officials with Clint ISD announced they are offering needed medical equipment to local hospitals in the El Paso area. According to district public information officer Laura Cade, the Clint ISD Health Professions Academy located at Mountain View High School is closed […]Read More