Col. John O. Ensor Middle

Socorro Independent School District

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    • SAFETY
      • Safety is the number one priority at our campus.  We ask that you have all of your information updated at our campus so that you are immediately contacted in the event of an emergency.  As a friendly reminder, a photo identification card is required to pick up your child from school.  Please arrange to have your child picked up on time after any event or activity from school to include tutoring, dances, games, meetings, and concerts. 

         
    • DRESS CODE
      • Please remind your child that Ensor hoodies may be worn on campus.  However, all other hoodies must be removed upon entering the building.  Failure to do so could result in the hoodie being confiscated.  Jackets and sweaters must be unzipped or unbutton when in the building.  This is for safety reasons.  We want to be able to identify our students.  We are a uniformed school, and we expect our students to follow the Dress Code Policy approved by the School Improvement Team.  Our Dress Code Policy can be found on our web page.

         
    • VALENTINE’S DAY DELIVERIES
      • In order to minimize classroom disruption, we will not be accepting Valentine’s Day deliveries on February 13th  or February 14th.

     

    • MARCH INTERSESSION—March 13th-March 24th
    • By invitation only—Intersession Classes March 13th-17th (8:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.)
    • No Intersession classes March 20th-March 24th.
    • Classes resume March 27th.

     

    • OPEN HOUSE—REPORT CARD NIGHT
      • Open House-Report Card Night (3rd grading period report cards)
      • April 5, 2017 5:00-7:00

         
    • TESTING
      • February 8th-13th                                 Pre-Assessment Activity Module (PAAM) (8th grade only)
      • February 13th-17th                               6th/7th/8th grade TELPAS Writing begins
      • February 27th                                       6th/7th Math Benchmark
      • February 28th                                        6th/7th Reading Benchmark
      • March 1st                                               8th Science Benchmark
      • March 2nd                                              8th Social Studies Benchmark
      • March 6th                                              6th grade TELPAS (specific students only)
      • March 7th                                              7th grade TELPAS (specific students only)
      • March 9th                                              8th grade TELPAS (specific students only)
      • March 28th                                             STAAR 8th Math; STAAR 7th Writing; 6th District Writing Test
      • March 29th                                             STAAR 8th Reading
      • April 3rd-April 7th                                Texas Success Initiative (TSI) (8th grade only)
      • April 10th-April 13th                            8th grade District Writing Initiative
      • April 24th-April 28th                            Texas Success Initiative (TSI) (8th grade only)
      • May 2nd                                                 STAAR EOC Algebra-1
      • May 8th                                                  STAAR 6th/7th Math; STAAR 8th Math (Retest)
      • May 9th                                                  STAAR 6th/7th Reading; STAAR 8th Reading (Retest)
      • May 10th                                                STAAR 8th Science
      • May 11th                                                STAAR 8th Social Studies

     

    We thank you for your commitment, dedication, and support!

     

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About Us

The campus is named after Colonel John O. Ensor. It opened its doors in July of 2000 serving a population of students in grades 5th through 8th. The current enrollment is just over 1,059 students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades who come from its neighbors Horizon Heights Elementary and Dr. Sue Shook Elementary.
 
Vision:Tomorrow's Leaders Learning Today
Mission:The mission of the Socorro Independent School District is to optimize our students' academic, artistic, athletic, and interpersonal skills.
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