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Socorro Independent School District’s parents, eighth graders and counselors are starting to meet during these months to help students choose a career path.
More than 300 daughters and dads attended Hurshel Antwine’s annual father-daughter dance.
Students at O’Shea Keleher Elementary School recently spent two days listening to one of the best storytellers in the nation: Joe Hayes.
If there was one family that exemplifies the Socorro Independent School District’s promise to work hand-in-hand with parents and the community to provide each child from kindergarten to 12th grade a world-class education and prepare them for college and beyond, it is the Tomlinsons.
The Americas High School sports medicine teachers and students decided to take the classroom to middle school students to teach them about their subject. The group recently spent a day at Clarke Middle and John Drugan schools.
Three standout Team SISD football players recently signed letters of intent to continue their education and football careers.
A group of Montwood High School students brought joy, smiles and a fuzzy companion to pediatric oncology patients at El Paso Children’s Hospital, recently.
The Socorro Independent School District will have pre-registration for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students for the 2015-2016 school year from 8 to 11:30 a.m. March 9 to 12 at elementary campuses.