• May 9, 2021

Tags : Henderson

El Paso ISD Selects Names for Bond-Consolidated Schools

Trustees in the El Paso Independent School District picked the names of one a beloved middle-school coach, a legendary UTEP basketball icon, a bilingual education advocate, a respected veteran and philanthropist and an Irvin High School coach who just last year died while protecting his student athletes during a tragic bus accident for five of […]Read More

Henderson Students win local Do the Write Thing Competition

Two Henderson Middle School seventh-graders earned the Ambassador Award for the Do the Write Thing challenge Saturday, beating hundreds of students for the right to represent El Paso in a national competition. Martha Rios and Joe Gonzalez will represent EPISD and El Paso in Washington, D.C., this summer. EPISD had 8 students qualify for the […]Read More

El Paso ISD Students visit Apple Store to Learn Coding

Students from five EPISD middle schools rushed through Cielo Vista Mall earlier this month and it wasn’t to finish their Christmas shopping. Bassett, Morehead, Armendariz, Charles and Henderson middle schools visited the Apple Store as part of the Verizon Innovative Learning Schools (VILS) grant and a push to introduce students to the fundamentals of coding. […]Read More

Students at 59 EPISD Campuses will get Free School Lunch,

Students 59 El Paso Independent School District campuses will get free school lunches and breakfasts thanks to national program aimed at providing more nutritious meals students. Laura Durán, EPISD’s Director of Food and Nutrition Services, announced that the District once again will participate in the Community Eligibility Program from the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. The Community […]Read More