• September 16, 2021

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Reyes Elementary Students selected to perform with Texas Virtual Honor

Canutillo Independent School District officials announced that nine Congressman Silvestre & Carolina Reyes Elementary School students have been selected to the 2021 Texas Choral Directors Association (TCDA) Elementary Honor Choir. “This wonderful group of students was selected from students around the state through an arduous audition process,” Rocio Rodriguez, Reyes Elementary Choir Director said. “This […]Read More

Reyes Elementary receives Purple Star Designation for support of military

Tuesday afternoon, Canutillo ISD officials announced that Congressman Silvestre & Carolina Reyes Elementary is being honored for demonstrating support and commitment to the unique needs of military-connected students and their families. The school earned the Purple Star Campus Designation from the Texas Education Agency. The Purple Star Award recognizes schools that show a major commitment […]Read More

Reyes Elementary Students Train to Run, Empower Themselves

Girls at Congressman Silvestre and Carolina Reyes Elementary School are running to learn and be empowered thanks to several local health and leadership organizations around El Paso. The Junior League of El Paso partnered with the El Paso Center Against Sexual and Family Violence to bring a Girls on the Run council to El Paso. […]Read More

Boeing Research Grant Implements Science and Engineering Curriculum in Elementary

UTEP researchers are working to start students on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) at Congressman Silvestre and Carolina Reyes Elementary School. David J. Carrejo, Ph. D., associate dean for undergraduate studies and educator preparation, and associate professor of math education, is leading his team on a one-year project that implements an environmental science and […]Read More

$50k grant from Boeing to help start STEM program at

A $50,000 grant from the Boeing Company will allow Canutillo Independent School District’s newest school to start a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program. This program, officially named “Improving Elementary STEM Education Through Inquiry-Based Curriculum,” will train 25 teachers at Reyes Elementary School the Engineering is Elementary (EiE) curriculum developed by the Boston Museum of Science. […]Read More

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