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Students at Escontrias Elementary School received a big surprise, recently: each was given their very own reading book.
In support of the Socorro Independent School District’s top priority of providing a safe and supportive learning environment for all students, a team of administrators are attending a FEMA emergency preparedness training this week at the National Emergency Training Center in Emmitsburg, MD.
When the UIL Area Regional competition begins Oct 25 at the Student Activities Complex, four of the seven bands performing will be from the Socorro Independent School District.
Robert R. Rojas Elementary together with Dollar General Literacy Foundation are encouraging students to strengthen their reading skills. The foundation awarded Rojas a $3,500 grant for new books in the library.
National Geographic Explorer and geothermal expert, not only mesmerized Eastlake High School students with his adventures, but also explained why the Peruvian-born geologist pursued his career.
The Socorro Independent School District sent 19 student artists to the City of El Paso’s Chalk the Block event Oct. 10-12, which is more students than any other area school district.
Socorro Independent School District Board Trustee Cynthia Najera joined 35 other school board members from across Texas Sept. 25-27 at the kickoff session of the Leadership TASB class of 2015.
The Socorro Independent School District and Socorro High School are excited to announce the DNA - Transforming Minds through Technology Initiative for ninth-grade students.