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More than 200 SISD administrators spent Saturday morning walking neighborhoods to reach students who have left school, determined to encourage them to return as part of Team SISD’s Walk for Success.
Six schools in the Socorro Independent School District have been recognized as Title 1 Reward Schools for the 2013-14 school year, according to the Texas Education Agency.
Since the start of the new school year, Socorro Independent School District campuses have been reigniting the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program to maintain a stop-bullying awareness among students.
El Dorado High School students hope their gesture to residents of an eastside nursing home will help keep senior citizens warm.
Americas High School student, Carina Bersamina, hadn’t seen her dad, David Borem, for a long time.
Librarian Lisa Lopez has a huge following at Lujan-Chavez Elementary. Students think she’s fun, the staff calls her “our resident genius,” and parents say she’s “dedicated.”
More than 100 parents and students took part in the Superintendent’s Parent and Student Advisory Councils on Sept. 4.