• October 17, 2021

Tags : #TeamSISD

Socorro ISD family united via 2021 ‘Walk for Success’

As part of the annual Walk for Success, Socorro ISD staff and educators walked through neighborhoods in the district to reconnect with students who have not returned to school to complete their high school education. Socorro ISD leaders, administrators, and staff visited homes to talk with students, parents and families and offer solutions to enrolling […]Read More

Socorro ISD honors 2021 summer graduates in special ceremony at

Last month, Socorro ISD honored the Class of 2021 summer graduates in a special ceremony at Eastlake High School. The commencement ceremony celebrated graduates from Socorro ISD’s six comprehensive high schools – El Dorado, Pebble Hills, Montwood, Americas, Eastlake, and Socorro. School principals and administrators attended the ceremony to cheer on the graduates and provide […]Read More

Socorro ISD students gain skills, first-hand knowledge of Texas history

This year, 12 Socorro ISD fourth through eighth grade students participated in the 2021 Lone Star Leadership Academy Camps hosted by Education in Action. The students were among 736 outstanding scholars who were nominated by an educator based on their leadership ability, academic success, and their involvement in school and/or community activities. The camps were […]Read More

Socorro ISD high schools set to celebrate 2021 homecoming with

Socorro ISD students, families, and alumni will be celebrating at 2021 homecoming festivities showing their school spirit and support, for the next couple of months. Six Socorro ISD comprehensive high schools and Mission Early College High School will be having a week’s worth of dress up days, parades, games, and dances. More details on a […]Read More

Socorro ISD counselors, administrators set to call students back to

Socorro Independent School District principals, assistant principals, and counselors will participate in a districtwide call-out Annual Walk for Success event to invite students back to school so they can graduate. “It is imperative that we reach out to all students who are not in school and encourage them to come back,” said SISD Interim Superintendent […]Read More

Socorro ISD welcomes students back to school for in-person instruction

Socorro ISD teachers and staff eagerly welcomed all students back to its 49 campuses for the first day of school on August 2. Socorro ISD leaders, principals, teachers, and support staff had been preparing for months for the anticipated return to in-person instruction for the 2021-22 school year. Schools were bustling as students, parents, teachers, […]Read More

Socorro ISD teachers, staff learn, collaborate, prepare via trainings for

Socorro ISD teachers, faculty and staff returned to in-person professional development across the school district with various trainings, meetings, and sessions to prepare for the 2021-2022 school year. Professional development started strong July 26 when SISD educators returned to campuses and district offices to refine instructional strategies, classroom learning techniques and innovative lessons as they […]Read More

Socorro ISD earns national recognition for outstanding communication, public relations

Officials with Socorro ISD announced Saturday that the district was honored by the National School Public Relations Association for exceptional communication campaigns, special events, publications, and digital media executed in 2020-2021. The SISD Public Relations department earned 12 awards in the NSPRA 2021 National School Communication Awards program. The team won three Golden Achievement Awards, […]Read More

Socorro ISD celebrates 60 years of educational success, community growth

The Socorro Independent School District officials announced Friday that the district is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, a milestone achievement for the nationally recognized school district that has evolved from several schools serving a small rural farming community to a high-performing urban district providing a high-quality education for more than 47,000 students. Officials share […]Read More

Latino Family Literacy Program families honored for commitment to improving

The Socorro Independent School District recently honored families who participated in the Latino Family Literacy Program this year during their eighth annual end-of-the-year celebration. The drive-through celebration parade had a Cinco De Mayo theme and students and parents arrived in colorful ensembles. They were given books in both English and Spanish and goodie bags filled […]Read More

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