District News

  • EPISD schools, facilities to get LED upgrades

    EPISD will begin to shift all light fixtures in the District to LED lighting starting in January, saving millions of dollars in energy and reducing the schools' carbon footprint.

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  • EPISD Student Spotlight: April Borjon, Burges High

    In this edition of the EPISD Student Spotlight we talk to Burges High School senior April Borjon, the editor of the school's nationally-recognized Hoofbeats Yearbook. The future journalist is an outstanding student and finds passion in volunteering for several civic organizations.

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  • EPISD names principals for Henderson, Ross

    EPISD today announced the appointment of Daniel Montoya and Wanda Johnson as the new principals for Henderson and Ross middle schools, respectively.

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  • Modern facilities take centerstage at Andress ribbon cutting

    Students welcomed guests and dignitaries to Andress High School on Friday morning for the ribbon cutting ceremony of the EPISD Bond modernization of the campus. The school officially opened its new Performing Arts Center and also showcased the new Field House and Student Quad.

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  • Four EPISD seniors named QuestBridge Scholars

    Seniors from Andress, Chapin, Franklin and Burges high schools this week became QuestBridge Scholars, earning them full-ride scholarships and admission to selective universities throughout the country. This prestigious program seeks to provide access to higher education powerhouses for students who may not otherwise have the opportunity to attend based on economic need.

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  • Mendoza named principal of upcoming Navarrete Middle

    Michael Mendoza, a longtime EPISD educator, has been selected as the principal of the new Capt. Gabriel Navarrete Middle School, the EPISD Bond consolidation of Armendariz and Bassett middle schools.

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