• December 1, 2021

Tags : Terrace Hills

Students at 59 EPISD Campuses will get Free School Lunch,

Students 59 El Paso Independent School District campuses will get free school lunches and breakfasts thanks to national program aimed at providing more nutritious meals students. Laura Durán, EPISD’s Director of Food and Nutrition Services, announced that the District once again will participate in the Community Eligibility Program from the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. The Community […]Read More

El Paso ISD Schools meet State Accountability Standards

The six EPISD campuses that received Improvement Required last year are now rated as Met Standard in the 2016 Accountability Ratings released by the Texas Education Agency Monday. The six schools that improved their rating from Improvement Required to Met standard are Guillen and Terrace Hills middle schools as well as Burnet, Rusk, Schuster and Stanton elementary schools. […]Read More

New principals assigned to EPISD’s Terrace Hills, Bassett and Nixon

El Paso Independent School District Superintendent Juan Cabrera approved the appointment of three new principals at different Northeast schools. The appointments are for Terrace Hills and Bassett middle schools, as well as Nixon Elementary School. Christopher Smith is the new principal at Terrace Hills Middle School. Mr. Smith has served as the interim principal at Terrace since 2015. […]Read More

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