• September 22, 2021

Tags : Socorro Independent School District

Two Community Education graduates earn El Paso Electric scholarships

The El Paso Electric Company awarded two graduates from the Community Education program in the Socorro Independent School District with a $1,500 scholarship each to continue their education in a postsecondary institution. The two recipients were Eun Jung Sung and Eloy Palomino, who took classes in the Community Education program from July 2019 to May […]Read More

Two Socorro ISD seniors earn Gates Scholarship

Two seniors in the Socorro Independent School District have earned the prestigious Gates Scholarship, which provides funding for the full cost of their postsecondary education. Gustavo Ramirez from Americas High School and Eric Corona Jr. from Mission Early College High School are among the 300 students nationwide who earned the highly selective scholarship. “I definitely […]Read More

Socorro ISD adds ‘Family Fridays’ to Remote Learning Academy for

In order to help the community cope with the coronavirus pandemic, the Socorro Independent School District has incorporated ‘Family Fridays’ into the Remote Learning Academy to promote the emotional well-being of all SISD families. While SISD teachers are collecting concrete evidence to monitor student progress as per Texas Education Agency guidelines during the week, the […]Read More

Socorro ISD lauds work of Tech Services team during COVID19

While educators and administrators in the Socorro Independent School District have been adjusting plans for instruction and essential functions, the Technology Services department has been providing invaluable support in all realms of district operations. Team SISD’s technology employees have been working day and night to provide staff with connections to district servers and support to […]Read More

Socorro ISD students receive $676,000 in UTEP scholarships

Officials with the Socorro Independent School District announced that high school students in their district have earned a combined total of $169,000 in annual scholarships from the University of Texas at El Paso so far this school year. The UTEP Scholars Excellence Program has selected 52 scholarship recipients in Team SISD, with the four-year award totaling $676,000. Montwood […]Read More

Socorro ISD military families have fun, connect at Spring Splash

Socorro Independent School District students and their parents who serve in the U.S. Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, and National Guard gathered for the SISD Military Family Spring Splash event, recently. The Spring Splash was a unique way to recognize SISD military-connected students and thank their families for their service to our country, […]Read More

SISD students recycle to create wearable art, Pieces featured in

Two Socorro Independent School District schools brought fashion and trash together by creating wearable art. Students from William D. Slider Middle School and Pebble Hills High School used coffee filters, magazines, newspapers, clothing or whatever they could find in their classroom or home for their projects. Several pieces of their collections were included in the […]Read More

SISD to Open ‘Academia de Dos Idiomas’ at Two Schools

The Socorro Independent School District announced Wednesday that they will open a dual language academy at the start of the 2019-2020 school year. “Team SISD is the right choice for endless opportunities and we are pleased to announce that those opportunities will soon include a dual language academy,” said José Espinoza, Ed.D., SISD Superintendent of […]Read More

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