• November 28, 2021

Tags : El Paso ISD

Mesita, El Paso High earn EPISD Teacher of the Year

A dedicated dual-language educator and a veteran-turned-instructor earned the top prizes at this year’s El Paso Independent School District Teacher of the Year Jill McGee, a second-grade dual-language teacher at Mesita Elementary School was named the Elementary Teacher of the Year; and Michael Reese, dual-credit social studies and broadcast journalism teacher at El Paso High School, was named […]Read More

Seven El Paso ISD students named 2016 Gates Millennium Scholars

Seven students in five different El Paso Independent School District high schools have been named Gates Millennium Scholars for the 2015-16 academic years and will have their entire post-secondary school studies funded. The students will receive a full-ride scholarship for their entire college career, including their masters and doctorate studies if they choose to pursue those degrees. “It’s […]Read More

El Paso ISD Students Shine in Texas State Science Fair

EPISD students competed against more than 1,000 middle- and high-school students at the Texas Science and Engineering state competition in San Antonio, Texas earlier this month. Twenty students from the El Paso Independent School District competed after placing at the Sun Country Science Fair in February. The annual event matches up the best of the […]Read More

El Paso ISD Teacher of the Year Finalists Announced

On Tuesday, the El Paso Independent School District released the names of the finalists who are being considered for the title of 2016 Teacher of the Year. The finalists were selected from among a field of about 20 semifinalists and more than 90 campus winners. The finalists for Secondary Teacher of the Year are: • […]Read More

El Paso ISD Selects Top Hourly Employees of the Year

Leslie Cervantes Moran and Eddie Ruelas were named EPISD’s 2016 Educational Support Personnel of the Year on Thursday at the annual ESP luncheon at the Wyndham Hotel. Moran and Ruelas were among the nine finalists and more than 100 hourly personnel honored by the Board of Trustees and Superintendent Juan Cabrera. The finalists were selected […]Read More

El Paso ISD Schools Advancing to area One-Act Play Competition

The last two weeks has been nonstop for EPISD theatre students, competing and earning accolades at the UIL District and Bi-District 1-5A and 1-6A One-Act Play competitions. Now three high schools will represent the District at the Area One-Act Play competition in Snyder, Texas on April 9. Austin, Burges and El Paso high schools are […]Read More

El Paso ISD JROTC Cadets earn Awards in Houston

EPISD JROTC students on February 26 competed at the Annual Bluebonnet Drill and Military Skills Meet in Houston, bringing home six team and 14 individual awards. Austin and Chapin JROTC Air Rifle Marksmanship teams and Franklin JROTC Armed and Burges Unarmed drill teams were among the 37 different teams participating in air rifle marksmanship, armed […]Read More

7 El Paso ISD Campuses Named to Educational Honor Roll

Seven EPISD schools have been named to the Inaugural 2015 Texas Honor Roll by the Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and the Institute for Productivity in Education (IPE). Collins, Guerrero, Lamar and Polk elementary schools, Richardson Middle School, Silva Health Magnet and Transmountain Early College High School are among the 713 schools on this year’s Honor […]Read More

El Paso ISD asks Residents for Input via Innovation Survey

To increase local control and promote innovation to improve educational outcomes for the benefit of students and the community, the El Paso ISD Board of Trustees adopted a Resolution to Initiate the Process of Designation as a District of Innovation as defined by the 84th Legislative Session in House Bill 1842. The Board appointed a […]Read More

EPISD’s Cabrera Nominated for State Anti-Dating Violence Advocacy Award

Superintendent Juan Cabrera is one of eight nominees for the Texas Council on Family Violence’s Young Hearts Matter Advocate of the Year Award, recognizing his efforts to curb teen dating violence among students in EPISD. The Young Hearts Matter Advocate of the Year Award recognizes adults who partner with young people, act as leaders for violence prevention in […]Read More

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