• October 28, 2020

Tags : El Paso ISD

El Paso ISD student athletes, performers return to practice under

Student athletes and performers throughout EPISD returned to in-person practice on Tuesday following strict guidelines designed to maintain the health and safety of student and staff. University Interscholastic League rules allowed practices for fall sports, marching bands, cheerleading and dance/drill teams to resume. Students in EPISD will have to practice using social-distancing and wearing face […]Read More

New El Paso ISD School Reopening Survey now open

Thursday morning, officials with El Paso ISD launched their new ‘Reopening Survey’ for parents of students attending school in the district. District officials say that parents are being asked to choose among new instructional options that will be available once schools reopen.  The survey can be accessed by parents by clicking this link. “This is […]Read More

El Paso ISD to sell surplus student desks to families

Families who want a more familiar learning space for their children at home may buy a student desk at what officials are calling ‘a deeply-discounted price’ during the El Paso Independent School District desk surplus sale on Saturday. Desks no longer deemed needed by the District will be on sale for $3 each to families […]Read More

New EPISD teachers get trained to welcome students virtually

More than 120 teachers – some new to EPISD, some brand new to the profession – joined the District this year, filled with enthusiasm and ready to embrace teaching remotely. Last week, they attended the virtual New Teacher Support Academy where they met Superintendent Juan Cabrera and other District leaders while also sitting in on […]Read More

EPISD Cares continues with fall drive to help families impacted

EPISD continues its EPISD Cares Fund to continue helping feed struggling families affected by COVID-19 pandemic. Contributions to EPISD Cares go to El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank and will be matched by CommUNITY en Acción (CEA), which recently announced a $100,000 donation to the food bank. You can support the EPISD Cares fund by […]Read More

El Paso ISD to ask state to extend virtual learning

After a vote on Tuesday, trustees with the El Paso Independent School District will ask the Texas Education Agency for an option to extend virtual learning if health conditions do not improve by September 8. The request was approved in compliance with new allowances outlined by the Texas Education Agency for virtual learning due to […]Read More