RCR Fall Costume Contest Winners!
9 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
Fall Costume Winners
Our hardworking Food Service Staff(a.k.a. Cafeteria Ladies) “Drugs can’t find me!” Camo-day.
9 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
Food Service
EEHS US Customs/Border Patrol Presentation as a part of Red Ribbon Week. Photos by Arleen Gonzalez and Aliah Garcia/Jacket Network
9 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon Week
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Red Ribbon Week
Tonight our Lady Jackets Volleyball Team heads into McAllen Memorial to take on the Lady Mustangs in the Class 5A Bi-District round of the playoffs.
9 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
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Dear EEISD Community, Power was successfully restored at 9:00am today. Students will return to Ybarra campus beginning at 11:00am and will have lunch and resume classes. Parent pickup is at the regular time on the Ybarra campus. Bus transportation will return to the regular schedule. Thank you for your patience with the PFC Ybarra campus power supply issues. Sincerely, EEISD Administration
10 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
Ybarra
Become ready. To build a solid number sense, students in Mrs. Nava's first-grade class learned about composing and decomposing numerical expressions using the place value chart and base 10 blocks. 😀 #TeamRCR #EEStrongerTogether #NoLimits!
10 months ago, Ruben C. Rodriguez Elementary
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Syllabication Concentration. The fifth-grade students in Mr. Sabedra’s Reading Intervention class practiced syllabication. When given a regular word, the students had to concentrate on each word and determine how to divide the word into syllables. After reading the word as syllable portions, they blended the parts of the word and read the whole word at a natural pace. Syllabication teaches students to read unknown words, increases their sight-word vocabulary, and aids in learning how to spell words.🙂 #TeamRCR #EEStrongerTogether #NoLimits!
10 months ago, Ruben C. Rodriguez Elementary
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Dear EEISD Community, Thank you for your patience with the PFC Ybarra campus power supply issues. This message is intended to update you on the power issues at Ybarra. Although our maintenance team worked with an engineer to identify the failing component in the power supply to the buildings, the required part will not arrive in time to safely open school on Monday, October 25, 2021.
10 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
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Estimada comunidad de EEISD, Gracias por su paciencia con los problemas de suministro de energía del campus de PFC Ybarra. Este mensaje está destinado a informarle sobre los problemas de energía en Ybarra. Aunque nuestro equipo de mantenimiento trabajó con un ingeniero para identificar el componente defectuoso en el suministro de energía a los edificios, la pieza requerida no llegará a tiempo para abrir la escuela de manera segura el lunes 25 de octubre de 2021.
10 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
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Dear EEISD Community, Thank you for your patience with the PFC Ybarra campus power supply issues. Our maintenance team has worked with an engineer to identify the failing component in the power supply to the buildings. Once the issue was identified, the part was ordered and is expected to be received tomorrow. Unfortunately, the replacement part is expected to arrive by midday and we will not be able to conduct classes until the necessary repairs are completed. Therefore, PFC Ybarra will be closed tomorrow October 22, 2021. We will not have classes nor afterschool ACE activities. The district’s instructional calendar has sufficient minutes of instruction built into the calendar and students will not need to make up the closure on another day. We expect to resume classes at PFC Ybarra as usual on Monday, . Our staff is reaching out to make sure all parents and students are aware of the planned closure. As always, the health and safety of our students is our number one priority. Thank you for your continued patience as we make the necessary repairs to the damaged equipment. We look forward to welcoming our students back on Monday. Sincerely, EEISD Administration
10 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
Dear EEISD Community, Thank you for your patience with the PFC Ybarra campus power supply issues. Our maintenance team has worked with an engineer to identify the failing component in the power supply to the buildings. Once the issue was identified, the part was ordered and is expected to be received tomorrow. Unfortunately, the replacement part is expected to arrive by midday and we will not be able to conduct classes until the necessary repairs are completed. Therefore, PFC Ybarra will be closed tomorrow October 22, 2021. We will not have classes nor afterschool ACE activities. The district’s instructional calendar has sufficient minutes of instruction built into the calendar and students will not need to make up the closure on another day. We expect to resume classes at PFC Ybarra as usual on Monday, . Our staff is reaching out to make sure all parents and students are aware of the planned closure. As always, the health and safety of our students is our number one priority. Thank you for your continued patience as we make the necessary repairs to the damaged equipment. We look forward to welcoming our students back on Monday. Sincerely, EEISD Administration
10 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
Dear EEISD Community, The PFC Ybarra campus is currently experiencing issues with the power supply to the school buildings. Due to the lack of air conditioning and expected temperatures. PFC Ybarra will be closing today, October 21, 2021. Our maintenance team is working to ensure the restoration of power and air conditioning systems as quickly as possible.
10 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
PFC School Closure
Today students and staff at SGE wore Orange clothing in observance of UNITY Day! We are proud to show our unity for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion and to send a visible message that no child should ever experience bullying.
10 months ago, Ruben C Rodriguez Elementary
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LBJ Book Club students are excited to start reading their first novel, A Wolf Called Wander by Rosanne Parry and Monica Armino.
10 months ago, LBJ Elementary
LBJ Book Club
JFK students are Homecoming ready 💛🖤🐝
10 months ago, John F. Kennedy Elementary
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It's Game Day!
10 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
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LBJ’s 3rd Grade students engaged in learning math using technology.
10 months ago, LBJ Elementary
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Fall Parents Night at LBJ!
10 months ago, LBJ Elementary
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LBJ Student Council Officers representing at the Homecoming Parade!
10 months ago, LBJ Elementary
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This month we are celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15). E-E Library Services and The BOOK IT Team! are featuring three books exploring life in the Hispanic community, both fiction and non-fiction For older readers, Esperanza Rising follows the story of a 12-year-old girl, born on a ranch in Mexico, and her family of immigrant farmworkers during the Great Depression. My Name is Gabito shares the life of famed writer Gabriel García Márquez and complements the tale with beautiful illustrations. Become friends with the boogeyman under your bed after reading El Cucy is Scared, Too!. https://www.bookitprogram.com/articles/shelf-help/shelf-help-october-2021
10 months ago, Edcouch-Elsa ISD
Hispanic Heritage Month