March 1944 Cenizo Park Elementary is named for the Cenizo Park subdivision. It is plotted and registered in county records
The original building is built
An addition is built to house the office, library and Kindergarten classes.
Marine Cpl. Roy Cisneros dies in Vietnam on Sept. 11, 1968
Addition of a gym
A new nurse's office, library, renovated Pre-K, Kindergarten wing and elevator are released
A mural is painted by students, staff, and community members under the direction of Moodie in the Spring. It was sponsored by the Cenizo Park PTA and San Antonio Neighborhood Improvement Program.
March 19 Texas Legislature HR 183 Honors Cenizo Park Elementary for being awarded "exemplary" status by the Texas Education Agency. IntroducedEnrolled
Monday, March 23, 2009 The Grand Opening Ceremony of the New Cenizo Park Elementary. The original library remains as part of the new building. The new facility meets all state standards and is equipped with new technology.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009 EISD School Board votes to change the campus name to Roy Cisneros Elementary. MySA.com Article,
James Cisneros and his mother, Elvira, 85, stand in front of Cenizo Park Elementary School in September 2009. The school was renamed in December 2009 after his brother, Marine Cpl. Roy Cisneros, who single-handedly charged an enemy bunker to protect fellow Marines and died in Vietnam on Sept. 11, 1968.
Monday, December 7, 2009 Dedication Ceremony for the Renaming of Cenizo Park to Roy Cisneros Elementary
Metro - Retired Gen. Ricardo Sanchez greets the crowd during a dedication ceremony for the renaming of Cenizo Park Elementary in honor of former student and Navy Cross recipient, US Marines Cpl. Roy Cisneros, who was killed in action nearly 40 years ago during a tour in Vietnam, Monday, December 7, 2009. Photo: San Antonio Express-News, SHAMINDER DULAI / email@example.com