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As part of Team SISD’s continued efforts to make technology and innovative learning a priority for all students, the district is expanding the WIN Academy to more schools next year.
Soldiers from a Fort Bliss company are walking the hallways, stairways and classrooms daily at Montwood High School as part of a program called “Ram Watch,” designed to increase security at the school.
When the students at O’Shea Keleher Elementary heard that many foster children carried their belongings in trash bags, they decided they wanted to help.
More than 1,000 people attended the 34th annual Lower Valley Health Fair at Socorro High School recently.
Ten Socorro Independent School District students -- the most in SISD’s history — were named scholarship winners in the 2016 Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program.
The Socorro Independent School District is committed to ensuring all students are future ready by providing a high-quality education with innovative digital learning systems and access to the latest technological resources.
Incoming freshmen students in the Socorro Independent School District will benefit from more academic options at the start of the 2016-2017 school year as the district introduces its sixth advanced academics academy at Pebble Hills High School.