District News

  • Franklin senior headed to West Point

    Franklin senior and swim team captain Juan Carlos Tanabe is headed to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in the fall to live his dream of serving his country. Attending West Point has been a longtime dream for this this military child.

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  • EPISD Student Spotlight: Angel Gato, Franklin

    The EPISD Student Spotlight highlights extraordinary students from the District who are working hard to make a difference in and out of the classroom. In this edition, we speak with Franklin High's Angel Gato, an Air Force JROTC cadet who is earning his pilot license and hopes to make it to space one day.

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  • Silva students return to classroom for CNA training

    After a year of learning virtually, Silva students going through the certified nursing assistant program return to the classroom for training, albeit with modifications for health guidelines.

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  • Brown students become Civil War true crime detectives

    Move over Serial and My Favorite Murder, EPISD has the latest true-crime genre hit! Students at Brown Middle used their true-crime detective skills to solve a Civil War era wrongdoing and will turn their results into an entertaining Netflix-inspired video.

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  • Clothing, school supplies help students and staff in need in Jefferson neighborhoods

    Thanks to anonymous donor, dozens of boxes of new clothing and school supplies were made available to any student or employee in the Jefferson feeder pattern who may be struggling financially, especially during the pandemic.

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  • EPISD Student Spotlight: Marium Zahra, Young Women's STEAM Prep

    The EPISD Student Spotlight highlights extraordinary students from the District who are working hard to make a difference in and out of the classroom. In this edition, we speak with Young Women's Academy's Marium Zahra, who has qualified to the national spelling bees in both English and Spanish!

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  • Bowie seniors get home visits to encourage graduation

    More than 80 Bowie Bears who may be struggling with virtual learning got a visit from at their homes to encourage them to keep going and provide them with resources and information that may help them reach that ultimate goal: Graduation.

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