Friday, April 10, 2020

EPISD Celebrates National Assistant Principals Week

April 6th - 10th is National Assistant Principals Week!
EPISD would like to take this time to celebrate their Assistant Principals and thank them for all they do to keep our schools running smoothly.
Our outstanding Assistant Principals work tirelessly for our students and their campuses.
Please view the link below to just see how vital these individuals are.
Hope you all continue to stay safe and Happy Assistant Principals Week!
#eaglepassisd #equippedforsuccess 
#assistantprincipalsweek #strongertogether 

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Library to Living Room: The Bad Easter Bunny

Hey EPISD Family!
EPISD is pleased to introduce our new read-aloud series "From the Library to your Living Room".
Each week, we are going to have different EPISD employees reading great children's tales!
We hope that our students follow the link below and enjoy these classic stories in the comfort of their own home.
For our 1st read aloud, we are kicking things off with "The Bad Easter Bunny" by Isabel Atherton.
Stay safe, keep reading, and Happy Easter.





Monday, April 6, 2020

EPISD Meals Opened Monday - Wednesday


EPHS Head Coaches Message

Eagle Pass High School Head Coaches created a video for their students to continue motivating their students during this time where we are not able to be together.
They wish for their students to remain safe and keep up their school work and physical wellness.
Please follow the link below to check out their message.
Go Eagles and stay safe and healthy!

Friday, April 3, 2020

Thank You Teachers!

As we round out our 2nd week of Remote Instruction, our EPISD students wanted their teachers to know that they appreciate everything they are doing for them!
Learning is continuing daily and the EPISD students know that it could not be done without their hardworking and dedicated teachers.
At this time, EPISD is showing that we are STRONGER TOGETHER!
#eaglepassisd #equippedforsuccess #thankyouteachers #strongertogether

Thursday, April 2, 2020

EPISD Curbside Meals Identification


WHS Head Coaches Message

CC Winn High School Head Coaches created a video for their students to continue motivating their students during this time where we are not able to be together.
They wish for their students to remain safe and keep up their school work and physical wellness.
Please follow the link below to check out their message.
Go Mavs and stay safe and healthy!




Sunday, March 29, 2020

EPISD Curbside Meals Week #2

EPISD would like to thank our amazing Food Service Department for a great 1st week of Curbside Meals. 
We encourage the community to come out again next week Monday - Friday to pick up curbside meals at our 10 locations. 
Meals will be offered from 9:30 am until supplies last.
#eaglepassisd #foodservice #curbsidemeals #equippedforsuccess

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Thank You EPISD Food Service Department

EPISD would like to thank our amazing Food Service Department for serving our great community almost 27,000 meals in just 3 days!
We encourage all parents to continue to support our district by passing by and picking up one of our delicious meals!
Check out the link below to view all locations in action!
Your Nutrition is Our Nutrition!


Monday, March 23, 2020

EPISD CURBSIDE MEALS


EPISD REMOTE INSTRUCTION BEGINS

EPISD Remote Instruction and Digital Backpack is NOW available for parents and students on the following links below. 
All teachers will make contact no later than Tuesday, March 24th either by phone or electronically.
Should parents need any assistance, we encourage them to contact their child's teacher by teacher’s established electronic communication.
Thank you for your cooperation and support during this time. Please stay tuned to our social media sites and website for updates.



#remoteinstruction #digitalbackpack #eaglepassisd #equippedforsuccess

Friday, March 20, 2020

EPISD Kicks Off Curbside Meals Monday, March 23rd

Due to the contingency of COVID-19, Eagle Pass ISD Food Service Department in an effort to serve our community will offer Curbside Breakfast and Lunch at the following schools:
-EPJ
-MJH-
-WHS
-EPHS
-Rosita Valley Elementary
-Kirchner Elementary
-Henry B. Gonzalez Elementary
-Pete Gallego Elementary
-Liberty Elementary
-Mancha Elementary
This will be provided to all children 18 years or younger without charge. 
Both meals will be provided at the same time (9:30 am - 2:00 pm) and no identification is required to receive meals. 
Children must be present at the time of pick up.

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

EPISD CURBSIDE BREAKFAST & LUNCH


Please watch the following video on the link below of EPISD Food Service Director Mr. Mario Garcia introducing the new curbside meals that will begin on Monday, March 23rd.

EPISD TO OFFER REMOTE INSTRUCTION FOR ALL STUDENTS

Due to the rapidly evolving nature of COVID-19 and out of an abundance of caution, Eagle Pass ISD will be closing until further notice and begin providing remote instruction to all students. Parents, we encourage you all to begin, if you have not already done so, to plan for long term closures of schools.
In the meantime, beginning Monday, March 23rd we will offer curbside meals for our students for breakfast and lunch at designated locations around the district. For more information, please refer to the Health Advisory tab on the district website in the link below. This tab includes letters from Superintendent Samuel Mijares as well as pertinent information on COVID-19.
Thank you for your patience and understanding and for your support of Eagle Pass ISD schools.

Monday, March 16, 2020

HEALTH TIPS YOUTUBE PLAYLIST

Eagle Pass ISD has created a playlist on YouTube that is filled with videos from the CDC and other educational websites that includes information on how to stay healthy and what exactly is COVID-19.
We will also additionally be posting tips on the district's Instagram story.
For more information and to stay informed please check out the playlist in the link below and our Instagram account.


Friday, March 13, 2020

EPISD SPRING BREAK EXTENSION

Eagle Pass ISD will be extending their Spring Break to the week of March 16th  - 20th in the best interest of students and staff. 
Student and staff safety has always been our district's top priority and we are asking for the community's continued cooperation as more information becomes available. 
This includes refraining from traveling, washing your hands regularly, and avoid touching your face.
For more information, please read Superintendent Samuel Mijares' letter to the public in the link below.

Thursday, March 12, 2020

EMERGENCY SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

Eagle Pass ISD will be hosting an emergency School Board meeting on Friday, March 13th at the EPISD District Service Center Board Room at 5:30 pm. 
For more information on the upcoming meeting, please view the School Board Meeting notification through the link below. 

Friday, March 6, 2020

sme 2nd grade elections results


Elections are definitely on the brain at Seco Mines Elementary.
Miner Nation would like to congratulate to the newly-elected Miner politicians in Mrs. Villarreal 2nd grade class.
Class President Laisha Reyes

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sme 4th graden wears red


Tuesday, Feb. 25th,Mr. Zambrano 4th grade class from Seco Mines Elementary participated in day 2 of #IMPACT Week by wearing red to show that Miners are kind and respectful to others!
Go Miners!

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SME Wears red


Tuesday, Feb. 25th,Mrs. Ortiz 2nd grade class from Seco Mines Elementary participated in day 2 of #IMPACT Week by wearing red to show that Miners are kind and respectful to others!
Go Miners!

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Miners wore Purple


The 6th grade students at Seco Mines participated in EPISD'S #IMPACT Week.
The Miners stood together with EPISD and wore purple on Monday, Feb.24th to support equality for all. Go Miners!

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SME 5th grade teachers wore purple


The 5th grade teachers Mr. Cruz and Ms. Alvarenga at Seco Mines participated in EPISD'S #IMPACT Week.
The Miners stood together with EPISD and wore purple on Monday, Feb.24th to support equality for all. Go Miners!

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Miners stood together with EPISD and wore purple


The 4th grade teachers Mr. Zambrano , Mrs. Valadez and 3rd grade teacher Ms. Macias at Seco Mines participated in EPISD'S #IMPACT Week.
The Miners stood together with EPISD and wore purple on Monday, Feb.24th to support equality for all. Go Miners!

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SME 2nd grade teachers participate in impact week


The 2nd grade teachers at Seco Mines participated in EPISD'S #IMPACT Week.
The Miners stood together with EPISD and wore purple on Monday, Feb.24th to support equality for all. Go Miners!

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Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Mrs. ZuaZua's 6th grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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Miners wear blue


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Mrs. Garza and her 4th grade student from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME 4th grade pledge not to be mean behind the screen


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Mrs. Valadez's 4th grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME 3rd grade wears blue


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Mrs. Macias's 3rd grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME 1st grade Miss. Salinas class wears blue


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Miss. Salinas 1st grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME 6TH grade wears blue


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Mr. Rodriguez's 6th grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME Mrs. Diego's class wears blue


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Mrs. Diego's 3rd grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME Impact week


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Mrs. Rodriguez's 3rd grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME Mrs. Gonzalez 1st grade class


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Mrs. Gonzalez 1st grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME Mrs Moreno's 2nd grade class


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Mrs. Moreno's 2nd grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME Impact week day 3


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Miss. Rodriguez 1st grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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Mrs. Ramon's 1st grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Mrs. Ramon's 1st grade class from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME DAY 3 Impact week


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, librarian Mr. Torres and 4th grade teacher from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME 4th grade teachers wear blue


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, The 4th grade Teachers from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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SME wears blue


Wednesday, Feb. 26th, Ms. Alvarenga's 5th grade students from Seco Mines participated in day 3 of #IMPACT Week by wearing blue
The Miners pledged not to be mean behind the screen!
Go Miners!

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Division III SME Basketball Team

SME would like to Congratulate the Lady Miners for having a great basketball season that ended on Thursday, February 13.

Miner Nation would like to Thank Coach Jacquez for taking her time to coach the team.
SME would like to wish the 6th grader the very best of luck in Jr. High!

Way to go Miners

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sme 3rd grade local field trip


SEco MInes 3rd grade classes would like to Thank the Education Foundation for their grant believing in their grant.
Thanks to this grant, the Miners were able to learn and create their Healthy Meals.
Wednesday, February 12, Miners enjoyed going to H-E-B-, Public Library and to Luby's.

Thank You Education Foundation!

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Lopez Second Grade

Wednesday, February 26, Benavides teacher, Mrs. Lopez, recognized her student, Alyanna, for her act of kindness. Alyanna helped out her teacher clean up after breakfast! Awesome job Alyanna!
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Solar System Research

On Wednesday, February 26, Benavides students in Mrs. Felan's second grade class, surfed the web researching our solar system. Students were wowed as they learned interesting facts about our planet! Keep up the good work Bulldogs
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Solar System

On Wednesday, February 26, Benavides students in Mrs. Felan's second grade class brought in their solar system projects to class! With the help of their parents, students were very creative with their solar system projects and can't wait to present them! Awesome job Bulldogs!
submitted by B Alfaro

Food chain and food web

Wednesday, February 26, Mrs. Campos 8th grade class at Memorial Junior High worked on food webs and food chains to identify competition of biotic and abiotic resources. Students worked on small groups to create a food web connecting energy transfer. The students also did a bigger scale food web were they represented an organism on a forest ecosystem or a marine ecosystem. Great job Mavericks
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