Lujan-Chavez Elementary

Socorro Independent School District

LeadingInspiringInnovating

Announcements

  • Back to School Message

    Parents, please see the back to school letter from Principal Eksaengsri for the beginning of the 2020 school year.

    Beginning of Year Parent Letter


     

    Comments (-1)
  • Day Care Information

    PARENTS: For your convenience, we have created a list of day care services that either pick up or deliver students in our school. We do not endorse or recommend any agency, but due to the ever-changing nature of programs, organizations, agencies, or circumstances (such as COVID-19) this list is evolving or subject to changes throughout the school year.

    Day Care List


     

    Comments (-1)
  • Online Registration

    Parents can begin the online registration process with the link below.

    Start student online registration here

    3 year old program, Pre-K, and new kinder student registration is ongoing. 

    For more information, please visit our Early Childhood web page.


     

    Comments (-1)
  • A Message From Your #TeamSISD Libraries

    Keep Your Books

    Please do not worry about your library books. Your safety comes first. Please hold onto your books and take care of them.

    We will collect books when we meet in person again, even if you have changed SISD campuses.


     

    Comments (-1)
  • SISD Approves temporary grading policy revisions

    SISD Resolution Grading Guidelines

    Directrices de calificación de resolución de SISD


     

    Comments (-1)
  • 915CARES logo

    Feeling Alone? Don't Give up!

    Talking about suicidal thoughts and feelings with the right person can help. You are not alone.

    915-779-1800. People you can trust are ready to help.

    915Cares Poster & Cartel de 915Cares

    Or visit them on Facebook: @915Cares #915Cares

    Comments (-1)

About Us

  • Lujan-Chavez Elementary School opened in July 2001, to serve half the population of students who attended Helen Ball Elementary School previously. We share our facility with Sun Ridge Middle School. Our school is named after two former Socorro students, Private Alvaro Lujan and Sgt. Luis Escajeda Chavez, who died serving our country in World War II. Private Lujan received the Purple Heart for his bravery; he died in 1945. He was originally buried in Bastro, Belgium. He is now buried in the cemetery at the Socorro mission. Sgt. Chavez was in the 36th artillery division. In 1945, he was stationed in Salerno, Italy where he was killed while sweeping for landmines. He was 29 years old.
     
    Comments (-1)
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.
CLOSE
CLOSE