• January 23, 2022

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Six El Paso ISD Schools earn Perfect Score in TEA

Two high schools and four elementary schools in the El Paso Independent School Districts joined more than 400 other campuses in the state that earned all possible distinctions in the 2016 state accountability ratings. Silva Health Magnet and Transmountain Early College high schools, along with Hughey, Collins, Cielo Vista and Polk elementary schools received all of the distinctions […]Read More

El Paso ISD Introduces New Program that Connects School and

EPISD launched a new on-line resource with tools for parents to help their child with their homework and stay connected to their school. InSync Education, available at insyncedu.com, supports student academic achievement and engages parents in their child’s learning process. “This program guides parents on how to help students at home and support teachers,” said […]Read More

El Paso ISD’s Teachers Leading Backpack, Supply Drive Saturday

A backpack drive spearheaded by EPISD teachers in the Northeast last year netted 3,000 school supply-filled bags for students in the Andress and Irvin feeder schools. This year, the teachers hope to do it all over again … except bigger. The teachers — who bonded together to form the Northeast Youth Stride for Success Foundation after witnessing […]Read More

New El Paso ISD Area Superintendent Appointments Announced

El Paso Independent School District Superintendent Juan Cabrera today announced the appointment of three long-time educators to the positions of area superintendents. The three administrators are charged with providing leadership and support to the schools assigned to their respective areas. They work closely with principals to meet goals, and serve as a point of contact between the campuses and […]Read More

El Paso ISD’s Cabrera Honored as a Leader in Digital

EPISD Superintendent Juan Cabrera is one of 20 recipients of the Speak Up Shout Out Award for Outstanding Superintendents, an award given out to school leaders who have made significant contributions to digital learning. Project Tomorrow — a California-based nonprofit whose mission is to change the lives of students through science, math and technology education […]Read More

Chapin High Team earns National Title at CTE Conference

A team of Chapin High School students won the national championship in a literary storytelling competition during the Technology Student Association National Conference earlier this month in Nashville, Tenn. The team of Celeste Casarez, Lertchaal Hale and Sarah Willis earned first place out of 134 teams in the Children’s Stories category — a competition that asks students to […]Read More

EPISD 5th-Graders use Teddy Bears to Learn About Healthcare Professions

Clendenin fifth-grader Bella Herrera-Salas already knew she wanted to be a doctor, but Friday’s Teddy Bear Clinic at the Jefferson/Silva gym cemented her decision. The hands-on event, which drew fifth graders from 17 EPISD elementary schools, gave students a glimpse of careers in dentistry, nursing, pharmacy and medicine by handing them a teddy bear and […]Read More

El Paso ISD CCTE Students Headed to National Competition

Five students from CCTE will head to Louisville in June to represent the District at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference after placing at the state competition. Melanie Eddy, David Cruz, Luis Segoviano, Adrian Ruybe and Anthony Cordero will face off against 6,000 students from across the nation, who compete in more than 100 […]Read More