Elfida P. Chavez Elementary

Socorro Independent School District

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  • Thanksgiving Break

    Socorro ISD and its campuses will be closed for the week of Thanksgiving, November 23 – 27.


     

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  • SISD Campuses will not be providing meals next week due to the Thanksgiving Week closure. Meal distribution will continue November 30.


     

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


     

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  • A Message from your Team SISD Libraries

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

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

     


     

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About Us

  • Elfida P. Chavéz Elementary opened its doors to students in the fall of 1997. It opened in conjunction with Montwood Middle. The schools are joined at the center and share the heart of the school-the library.
     
    The first principal at Elfida P. Chavéz Elementary was Esther McCarthy and the first assistant principal was Rubina Rodriguez.
     
    Our school is named in honor of Mrs. Elfida Perez Chavez. Mrs. Chavez was the first Hispanic elected to the Socorro ISD school board in 1963.
     
     
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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