• October 16, 2021

Tags : El Paso ISD

Universal Pre-k to be offered at eight EPISD schools starting

Eight campuses in the El Paso Independent School District next year will offer free dual-language pre-kindergarten to families who may not meet federal EPISD plans to open 16 new pre-kindergarten units – eight in the morning and eight in the afternoon – at the selected sites, which cover the geographic area of the District. The selected sites are Barron, […]Read More

Henderson students get a special holiday treat: free haircuts

The gym at Henderson Middle School turned into a giant barbershop with a line of barbers and hairstylists stretching across the basketball floor to give 30 students a new look for the holidays. The students were part of a mentoring group at the school selected to participate in Henderson’s Partner in Education Versatile Fades Barber […]Read More

EPISD schools launch new visitors management system on Monday

An additional layer of safety will be added to all campuses in the El Paso Independent School District starting next week, when visitors will be required to have their official ID cards scanned before they’re allowed inside. The new safety program uses scanners developed by Raptor Technologies to determine whether a specific visitor to a school is a […]Read More

El Paso ISD admitted into national network of innovative school

The El Paso Independent School District is one of 22 school districts accepted today into the League of Innovative Schools — a national coalition of forwardthinking school districts organized by Digital Promise, an independent, bipartisan nonprofit organization authorized by the U.S. Congress to accelerate innovation in education. EPISD was selected from a competitive and national […]Read More

EPISD students begin switch to digital textbooks

When high school students crack open their laptops this fall, the digital books they download will come to life with video and other interactive options. No longer will there be torn pages or dated information. A team of 100 curriculum writers spent months writing and editing digital core content aligned with state standards, which is […]Read More

Education Commissioner ends state oversight of EPISD

State oversight of the El Paso Independent School District will end on Monday, Aug. 24, with the exit of state-appointed monitor Fred Liner, Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams said in a letter to Superintendent Juan Cabrera Liner, a former Region 19 Education Service Center administrator, had been the District’s monitor since May, when he was tasked […]Read More

El Paso Herald Post Download the new ElPasoHeraldPost.com app and get notifications for community news, deals and community calendar info. Your info is never shared and we would love for you to share our app with your friends!
Dismiss
Allow Notifications