• October 22, 2020

Tags : El Paso ISD

Summer graduation adds more than 50 members to EPISD Class

EPISD’s historic Class of 2020 is now complete. The last batch of seniors who qualified to graduate this school year walked the stage on Wednesday morning to receive their diploma and are now official alumni of their respective schools. About 50 students who completed their high-school graduation during the summer participated in the small, but […]Read More

El Paso ISD summer meal program to wind down starting

The El Paso Independent School District summer meal program that has provided free breakfast and lunch to thousands of children will begin to wind down this week and stop food distribution on August 14, as the 2020-2021 school year begins. All meal distribution sites at elementary and middle schools will cease operations on Friday, August […]Read More

Coronado alumni seek artists for new school mural

The Coronado Class of 2017 hopes to leave a lasting mark on their updated alma mater – even three years after they last roamed the halls of the Pride of the West Side. As part of their legacy gift to the campus, the alumni earmarked $10,000 from their four years of fundraising to commission a […]Read More

EPISD CyberPatriot Camp gives students chance to learn more about

Today’s virtual world was the perfect backdrop for EPISD’s annual CyberPatriot Camp, giving students a chance to explore computer virus protections and other critical safety measures in this digital era. The weeklong virtual CyberCamp drew 25 participates from District middle and high schools last week to develop solid cyber safety skills, and learn about potential […]Read More

Coronado FCCLA team video places nationally

A three-student team from Coronado who developed a promotional video to increase awareness and interest in the FCCLA organization placed nationally and won a gold medal during this month’s virtual Students Taking Action with Recognition event. The Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (better known as FCCLA) is a national organization for students interested […]Read More

Recent Coronado grad places at state FFA virtual convention

School has been out for more than a month, but EPISD’s FFA students are still racking in state accolades — COVID-19 restrictions or not. Recent Coronado graduate Hannah Tuttle took second place in the Extemporaneous Public Speaking and earned fifth place for Prepared Public Speaking out of 312 participants at the virtual, Zoom-based Texas FFA […]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

EPISD: Class of 2020 rakes in $87 million in scholarships

EPISD’s historic Class of 2020 raked in nearly $87 million in college scholarships and other funding for post-secondary training — an impressive haul given the impact the COVID-19 pandemic had on the second half of the semester. In total, graduating seniors amassed $86,715,363 in scholarships, grants, military, exemptions, dual credit fee waivers and other waivers. […]Read More