Thursday, October 29, 2015
As Education and Outreach Officer she will be running their social media sites and hosting live ship to shore interactions with classrooms around the world.
This year she is eager to share this experience with teachers and students at a campus level. Participants will get to see what life is like on a ship and they will get to view what scientists are doing live on the ship. A session lasts up to 45 minutes and can be tailored to your interest and grade level. In order to do this you will need to contact your administrator sign up for an interaction with Expedition 359.
Ask your campus principal about a live ship to shore interaction with the students at your school! Learn more about the JOIDES on their main webpage www.joidesresolution.org.
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Theater students from C.C. Winn High
School visited Ray Darr Elementary on Tuesday October 27, 2015 for a
“Ghoulishly Good Time!” The Winn Theater group read Halloween storybooks
for all grade levels throughout the day. The students enjoyed hearing
stories that were reenacted with drama "oozing" from each
Librarian Rosa Leticia Flores had the pleasure of hosting the Theater Arts I students along with Director Mr. Adolfo Flores Jr. at Ray H. Darr library. The Readers icluded Franky Chavarria, Ana Laura De La Garza, Mariah Longoria, Anahi Zermaeno, David Modlin, Stephanie Avila, Viviana Venegas, Victor Solis, Karenny Sepulveda, Josiah Alfaro, Zaira Sanchez, Esmeralda Ontiveros.
|C.C. Winn High School performed theatric storytelling at Ray H. Darr Elementary|
- The EPHS Student Council would like to invite the entire community to attend on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at the Maverick County Lake.
Monday, October 26, 2015
Red Ribbon rallies are held across the nation during the month of October, as a reminder of the constant dangers of drugs and where all in attendance make a drug-free pledge.
Friday, October 23, 2015
Monday, October 19, 2015
On Monday, October 19, 2015, troopers within Eagle Pass and across the state of Texas could be found riding on EPISD school buses looking for motorists passing stopped school buses and other crash-causing violations. This week troopers will be highly visible, enforcing the law in and around school zones and following school buses on their daily routes.
Friday, October 16, 2015
A teacher will be selected each month through June 2016 for a total of nine (8) honorees. The “Teacher of the Month” will be chosen based on educational achievements in the classroom, community contributions and innovativeness of the program/techniques used by the teacher. The “Teacher of the Month” will receive a certificate of recognition and will be featured on iVision, local media news, news publications and radio broadcasting.
Each T.O.M is receiving a “V.I.T (Very Important Teacher) Parking Pass”, a jean voucher for a month, 20 free meals at the Campus Café, and Class Cash to purchase class room supplies. Additionally, each “Teacher of the Month” will receive donations from local businesses. Thank You
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Monday, October 12, 2015
Bus pickups will be at the same time, with a slight delay in return from school, as students will be transported home from the Austin Elementary facility. Buses will be available for pick up each morning promptly at 8:30 a.m. from LDC.
- Dehumidification & Drying recovery services have been provided. A total of 50 fans have been placed in LDC, along with 20 dehumidifiers.
- Moisture readings are “dry” as of this morning.
- The Micro Ban Spray called “Shockwave” has been administered throughout the entire campus as a preventative measure of removal of any microorganisms.
- A flood cut or removal of 3ft. of sheet rock will be removed from the campus.
Friday, October 9, 2015
C.C. Winn High School football and volleyball games postponed until tomorrow at 7 PM (both) in Uvalde.
Eagle Pass High School junior varsity tennis trip to Laredo cancelled.
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
October is typically the beginning of competition season for high school marching bands around the state. Most bands compete at marching contests/festivals in preparation for the primary UIL Region Marching Contest. These competitions provide the entire band the opportunity to prepare, perform, and receive constructive criticism on the band’s show/performance. From there, bands may earn the opportunity to advance to Area Marching contest in late October and State Marching contest in early November.
This event takes place to remember those that have lost the battle with cancer, celebrate the many over-comers, and encourage the ones who refuse to yield to this terrible disease. Attached are a few pictures of the spectacular event.
Monday, October 5, 2015
- Mr. Gilberto Gonzalez, Superintendent of Schools
- Mr. Rolando Salinas, Federal Programs Director
- Officer Ricardo Flores, D. A. R. E.
Since 1922, Fire Prevention Week (FPW) has been observed on the Sunday through Saturday period in which October 9th falls. The National Fire Prevention Week was established to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. The event is used to teach the importance of fire safety.
JOIDES Resolution expeditions are typically 2-month long projects that aim to answer a set of scientific questions using sediment/rock samples and data collected from below the seafloor. Each expedition includes a group of ~30 scientists, ~25 technical staff, and 65 crew who work together to achieve the expedition objectives. Alejandra will serve as the education officer whose mission is to convey the excitement of International Ocean Discovery Program expeditions and the importance of scientific discoveries to the wider public.