O'Shea Keleher Elementary

Socorro Independent School District

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  • Remote Learning Update

    Remote Learning Update

    Covid-19 has delayed our distribution process, but we are working diligently to roll laptops out as soon as possible. Parents will receive a call and email from the district when their child's device is ready. Student attendance will not be negatively impacted while we wait for more devices to arrive.


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  • Student Meal Program

    School Lunch

    O'Shea Keleher Elementary is participating in the Community Eligibility Program (CEP).  CEP provides meals to students via the drive-through in the front parking lot from 7 to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. On Fridays, Saturday's lunch will be distributed as well.  For additional information such as lunch menus, please click on the link below.

    Click Here for Child Nutirtion Services


     

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  • Kids on Staircase

    Click Here for a List of Day Care Providers


     

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  • Feeling Alone? Don't Give up!

    915 CARES logo

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

    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 in English & 915Cares Poster in Spanish

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


     

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  • COVID-19 FAQ

    For a list of frequently asked questions and answers on COVID-19, please click on the link below:

    COVID-19 FAQ Link


     

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About Us

  • El Paso Poor Farm was established in the valley in 1915 under the operation of John O'Shea. His wife, Agnes O'Shea, was in charge of residents. John died in 1929, and the couple's daughter, Helen O'Shea Keleher, assumed operation of the farm with her mother. The farm was scheduled to close in 1929 due to troubled times, but its population grew. Renamed "Rio Vista Farm," it hosted a variety of public welfare programs beginning in the 1930s. A temporary base for a Civilian Conservation Corps unit in 1936, the farm continued to shelter hundreds of homeless adults and children. From 1951 to 1964, the farm was used as a reception and processing center for the Bracero Program, which brought Mexican laborers to work in the lower valley of El Paso and other agricultural area. The poor farm closed in 1964.
     
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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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