• April 10, 2021

Tags : episd covid19

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

EPISD unveils guidelines, plans for commencement ceremonies

Friday afternoon, El Paso Independent School District officials announced that they will have outdoor commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2020 in June to celebrate the accomplishments of high-school seniors while remaining compliant with local and CDC guidelines in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We are happy to be able to provide our high-school seniors […]Read More

EPISD outlines grading procedures for distance learning

On Tuesday, officials with the El Paso Independent School District announced its guidelines for student assessment and grading during the COVID-19 related campus closures that forced students and teachers to shift to distance learning in March. Grading procedures were crafted using guidance from the Texas Education Agency and best practices from other local and state […]Read More