• October 26, 2021

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San Elizario ISD announces new Assistant Principals

Officials with San Elizario ISD recently announced two new assistant principals for the district: Ana Solis will serve at San Elizario High School and Sandra Rico will serve at Sambrano Elementary School. Both educators were recommended by Superintendent Dr. Jeannie Meza-Chavez and approved by the San Elizario ISD Board of Trustees. Rico began her educational […]Read More

San Elizario ISD honors Teachers, Employee of the Year for

The San Elizario Independent School District (SEISD) held its second virtual 2021 Teacher and Employee of the Year Awards Ceremony “A Night of Champions” earlier this month. Eleven employees were honored and praised by colleagues for their dedication and resiliency with students in the SEISD.  The winners were announced via a virtual awards ceremony. Marisela […]Read More

San Elizario ISD celebrates launch of Dual Language Programs

Despite the pandemic, the San Elizario ISD launched its first-ever dual language education program this school year. The program, now available for students in Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten, will grow each subsequent year, as the district will be adding the program to both first and second grade next school year. The goal is to have students […]Read More

San Elizario ISD Trustees nominated for TASA Statewide Award

Earlier this month, officials with the San Elizario Independent School District announced that the San Elizario ISD Board of Trustees were selected as one of the regional nominees for the 2020 Texas Association of School Administrators Board of the Year. A TASA Committee composed of Texas Superintendents will have the task of selecting five Honor […]Read More

CREEED awards college scholarship to San Eli High’s Jocelyn Torres

Thursday morning, the Council on Regional Economic Expansion and Educational Development (CREEED) awarded its 2020 Sylvia Hopp San Elizario College Scholarship to graduating senior Jocelyn Torres. The online ceremony included Jocelyn’s family, CREEED board members, San Elizario High School Principal Maribel Guillen, Assistant Principal, Claudia Flores, and Student Activities Manager, Jasmine Lozano. This year’s scholarship […]Read More

UTEP, Community Leaders launch new Teacher Residency Program with Local

On Thursday, officials with the College of Education at The University of Texas at El Paso and community leaders unveiled the Miner Teacher Residency Program, a full-year teacher placement designed to boost the readiness of aspiring teachers to better serve diverse students throughout the El Paso region. With funding and technical support from University-School Partnerships […]Read More

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