Ernesto Serna School

Socorro Independent School District

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  •  Supper Pilot Program

    Ernesto Serna is proud to announce it has been chosen as one of five SISD schools to offer a free supper meal to children ages 1-18 Monday-Thursday starting September 5.  Meals will be served 3:15pm -5pm Monday through Thursday in the Cafeteria. Carry out meals are not permitted. Supper will not be served on early release days

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  • The STAAR Test Results are In!

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  • dress code   

    SISD Dress Code: Uniforms Policy FNCA (LOCAL)

    It is the philosophy of the Socorro Independent School District and Ernesto Serna School that students should maintain high standards of dress, grooming, and appearance. SISD has established the following universal uniform options to compliment the other agreed upon school uniform options:

    • Khaki pants and a white polo shirt without a school logo;

    • School uniform pants and a school colored polo shirt without a school logo.

    • Physical education uniform bottoms (shorts or sweatpants in any color) and a white, gray,or school colored T-shirt without a school logo.

    As per Policy FNCA(LOCAL), a universal uniform may be worn at any SISD school which has elected to implement a school uniform policy.

    No representative or official of a respective school shall limit, dictate, and/or attempt to coerce from whom or where the required uniform must be purchased.

    › Ernesto Serna Dress Code

     

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  • School supply list Kinder through 8th

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  • Our school has been given the distinctive honor of being named after a member of the community who nobly carried out his duty as servant and protector, but who subsequently lost his life in the process. On November 12, 1991, Officer Ernesto Serna of the El Paso Police Department was shot and killed as he tried to detain a shoplifter at a local department store. Part of our mission here at Ernesto Serna School is to instill in our students the same hope, pride, and dignity that Officer Serna displayed as he gave the ultimate sacrifice for our city - his life.
     
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