• May 15, 2021

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Covid-19 surge forces Clint ISD to apply for in-person instructional

On Wednesday morning, officials with the Clint Independent School District announced that they had submitted a waiver to the Texas Education Agency (TEA) in order to delay face-to-face instruction until November 2nd. District officials share that, in the past few months, Clint ISD has applied and used the allowable waivers in allowing students to return […]Read More

Canutillo, Fabens ISDs join other districts, delay start of 2020-21

As City/County Health officials issued an updated order for all independent school districts and private schools in El Paso County for the reopening of on-campus instruction, delaying the start of in person classes until after September 7th, local school districts have been quick to respond. The order essentially halts all in person classes until after Labor […]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 finds innovative way to produce, provide masks for

With masks in high demand and short supply during the Coronavirus Pandemic, Clint ISD found a solution for the safety and well-being of their employees, right in their own backyard. The solutions came from within the Clint ISD family, providing handmade masks with the assistance of staff and a Clint HS Alumnus. Several Clint ISD […]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

YISD keeps students, staff engaged at home with virtual activities

While students and staff at the Ysleta Independent School District stay safe at home during school closure, teachers and administrators are coordinating a variety of online games and activities to lift spirits and spark friendly competition across the district and El Paso area. Since the school closure began March 23, Ysleta ISD schools have been […]Read More

Clint ISD, Fabens ISD expand Dual Credit Programs thanks to

On Friday, officials with the Council on Regional Economic Expansion and Educational Development (CREEED) awarded a total of $42,000 to the Clint Independent School District and the Fabens Independent School District, gifts that will expand each districts’ dual credit programs and improve their student educational attainment. The Accelerated Certification of Teachers El Paso (ACT El Paso) scholarship […]Read More

UTEP, Community Leaders launch new Teacher Residency Program with Local

On Thursday, officials with the College of Education at The University of Texas at El Paso and community leaders unveiled the Miner Teacher Residency Program, a full-year teacher placement designed to boost the readiness of aspiring teachers to better serve diverse students throughout the El Paso region. With funding and technical support from University-School Partnerships […]Read More

Back to School! Students in Socorro, Clint ISDs return to

Where, oh where has the summer gone?  That’s the question that’s on the minds of thousands of students and parents as both Socorro ISD and Clint ISD open the 2019-2020 school year Monday. CISD students, staff and teachers now join SISD in a near year-round-schedule, although Clint officials call the change a ‘balanced calendar.’ Via […]Read More