Article from Express-News and Education Reporter Francisco Vara-Orta
Trustees approve purchase of iPads, Apple TVs, and cases for teachers.
Teacher of the Year, DAMAS Conference, Edgewood Alert, and more
Read about it and other agenda items in the latest release of the Board Bulletin.
The middle school One-Act-Play performances held at the Fine Arts Academy last night gave us a great start to this year’s UIL competitions.
Join us by attending one of the parent information meetings if you would like your child to participate in the Dual Language Program.
Edgewood ISD is proud to announce recent achievements by three District administrators.
Five students were selected for the All Region Band
John F. Kennedy High School in Edgewood ISD will celebrate its 50th anniversary while observing the events of November 22, 1963.
Congratulations to 9th grade student Melissa Rios who won 2nd place.
On Saturday, November 9th, three students from EISD traveled to Region XX to participate in the first annual Spanish Spelling Bee.
It was a hot and spicy night at the 5th Annual Salsa Bowl tailgate party.
On Monday,October 28th, Loma Park Elementary was treated to a Magic Show by renowned Texan Magician, Oscar Munoz.
The GEAR Robotics Competition was held on October 12, 2013 at UTSA.
Edgewood ISD has received a rating of “Superior Achievement,” which is the highest standing under Texas’ Schools FIRST financial accountability rating system.
Edgewood ISD and Youth Orchestras of San Antonio have teamed up to bring a strings program to District 4th and 5th graders.
The Edgewood Education Foundation and the Edgewood School District will honor two recipients with the prestigious Edgewood Hall of Fame award in March 2014.
The Institute of Texan Cultures is hosting an exhibit on “The 201st fighter Squadron – Mexico joins the fight in World War II,” curated by UTSA Art Specialist Arturo Infante Almeida and developed by researcher and English Doctoral candidate Mario Longoria. Longoria is an alumni of Kennedy High School. Longoria’s research highlights the efforts of Mexican pilots during WWII.
Army Specialist and 2010 Memorial High School graduate, Michael Menchaca jumped into action at a Washington, D.C. train station and rescued a wheelchair-bound man who rolled off the platform onto the tracks.
Edgewood's Fine Arts Academy program was featured on WOAI's San Antonio Living.
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