SSG Manuel R. Puentes Middle School

Socorro Independent School District

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Announcements

  • National Military Families Appreciation Month

    November 1 to 30, 2020

    Bobcat Country is proud to support our Military Families! 

    We want to thank all our military community for your service. We appreciate all the sacrifices that you and your families make for our country .

     Click on this great site to find resources to support our Military families.

     Military OneSource

     


     

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  • Advanced Academy Information Nights

    8th Grade Scholars and Parents 

    December 1st and 2nd, 2020

    are right around the corner. Go to the counselor's page to see the information on dates and times.

    You also have to register so don't delay.

    Click on the link below to go to the Counselor's Corner Page and look for the Advanced Academy Informational Nights tab.

    Counselor's Corner


     

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    Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving Break

    Socorro ISD and its campuses will be closed for the week of Thanksgiving,

    November 23 – 27.


     

    Breakfast/Lunch Distribution

    During Thanksgiving Break

    SISD Campuses will not be providing meals next week due to the Thanksgiving Week closure.

    Meal distribution will resume November 30.


     

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  • Please Note

    Extension of Remote Learning Schedule

    Please visit our district 2020-21 Back to School Safely webpage for updates on our Remote Learning Schedule.


     

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  •  Bobcat MPM

    Bobcat Country News

    Stay updated on all the events and activities that are happening on our campus. Read our Principal Mrs. Castro's Newsletter and note the dates on our November 2020 Calendar. Just click on the links below.

     

    Read the Bobcat Country Newsletter

    November 2020 Calendar

     


     

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About Us

  • We are located at 3216 Tim Foster, the middle school was named after Manuel R. Puentes, who attended Socorro Elementary School and was a 1969 graduate of Socorro High School. Puentes was raised in Socorro with his family of 15 brothers and sisters. He was drafted into the U.S. Army and served in the Vietnam War. In 1971, the patrol unit he served in was ambushed in South Vietnam and Puentes went missing in action. Several years later the Army classified him as killed in action.

    Campus Leadership

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.
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