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    The Norma Linda Trevino Elementary Destination Imagination team:  The Crypto Squad competed in the Destination Imagination Global Finals 17 in Knoxville, TN on the University of Tennessee campus beginning on May 24th and ending on May 27th. They competed against teams from all over the U.S. and  teams from 16 other nations.  The team placed 11 out of 66 teams in their flight. They represented Edinburg CISD and Trevino Elementary well with their competitiveness and great sportsman like behavior.   

    They were accompanied by their team manager Victor Cantu and their parents that supported the team throughout the entire year’s progress towards Global Finals 17.  The team had to place first at the regional tournament in Brownsville, TX and then place to progress to Global Finals 17 in the state tournament in Lubbock, TX to finally be able to participate in the Global Finals tournament in Knoxville, TN.

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    The Norma Linda Trevino Elementary Destination Imagination team:  The Crypto Squad competed in the Destination Imagination Global Finals 17 in Knoxville, TN on the University of Tennessee campus beginning on May 24th and ending on May 27th. They competed against teams from all over the U.S. and  teams from 16 other nations.  The team placed 11 out of 66 teams in their flight. They represented Edinburg CISD and Trevino Elementary well with their competitiveness and great sportsman like behavior.   

    They were accompanied by their team manager Victor Cantu and their parents that supported the team throughout the entire year’s progress towards Global Finals 17.  The team had to place first at the regional tournament in Brownsville, TX and then place to progress to Global Finals 17 in the state tournament in Lubbock, TX to finally be able to participate in the Global Finals tournament in Knoxville, TN.

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    The Norma Linda Trevino Elementary Destination Imagination team:  The Crypto Squad competed in the Destination Imagination Global Finals 17 in Knoxville, TN on the University of Tennessee campus beginning on May 24th and ending on May 27th. They competed against teams from all over the U.S. and  teams from 16 other nations.  The team placed 11 out of 66 teams in their flight. They represented Edinburg CISD and Trevino Elementary well with their competitiveness and great sportsman like behavior.   

    They were accompanied by their team manager Victor Cantu and their parents that supported the team throughout the entire year’s progress towards Global Finals 17.  The team had to place first at the regional tournament in Brownsville, TX and then place to progress to Global Finals 17 in the state tournament in Lubbock, TX to finally be able to participate in the Global Finals tournament in Knoxville, TN.

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    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING STUDENTS FOR THEIR OUTSTANDING ARTWORK!!

    The art work captivates the amazing talent these students possess. We congratulate them on their artist skill that earned them the highest award in the State of Texas……Gold Seal.

    From Edinburg High School, under the instruction of Mrs. Carolina Garza are Alyssa Diaz, Vanessa Velasques and Charlene Rawlings.

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    Congratulations to Economedes High School’s Mariachi Dos Mil for Receiving a Division 1 Rating at the UIL State Mariachi Festival 2017 In San Antonio!


    Members of the State Mariachi Dos Mil include, on Violin - Ramiro Raya, William Rosales, Jason Mercado, Idalia Torres, Yazmin Meza, Bianca Reyna, Karla Barrera, Nichole Izaguirre and Daisy Solomon; on Trumpet - Cesar Tovar, Fabrizio Atilano, Richard Duran, and Ricardo Salinas III; on Harp and Vocal – Daisy Montoya Avalos; and on Armonía Section - Guitarrón: Guillermo Silva, Vihuela-Andres Garza, Guitar- Jesus Sanchez and Guitar David Olivera.



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    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DESTINATION IMAGINATION TEAM “THE CRYPTO SQUAD” FROM N.L. TREVINO ELEMENTARY!!!

    GLOBAL BOUND!!!


    Knoxville, Tennessee

    May 24-28, 2017

    Coach: Mr. Victor Cantu

    TEAM MEMBERS: Andres Ojeda, Elijah Pena, Sofia Rodriguez, Aiden Nieto, Gabriella Martinez, Kai Vin Luan, Sofia De La Garza

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     Congratulations to 

    Julie Garza

    ECISD Elementary Teacher

    of the Year

    2016-2017

    Ramirez Elementary Music

     Teacher

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  • Rio Grande Valley actress stars in Lifetime Movie Network film Sunday!!

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    Barrientes Middle Jazz Band
    Director: Mr. Emmanuel Garcia
    Outstanding Performance!!! Congratulations!!
    RGV Jazz Festival
    1st Place in MS Jazz Band Division
    Superior Rating from All Three Judges

    Outstanding trombone soloist: Ryan Torres Outstanding trumpet soloist: 

    Victor Fortuna Outstanding Trombone Section: Ryan Torres, David del Toro, Gilbert Nunez, and Jose Martinez.

     
    McAllen ISD Jazz Festival
    Superior Rating from All Three Judges
    3rd Place In MS Division

    All-Star Awards for: 

    Victor Fortuna, trumpet; David del Toro, Trombone; Kaleb Tello, trumpet; 

    Ryan Torres, trombone; David del Toro, trombone; and Josue Luna, percussion.

     
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    CONGRATULATIONS FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AT THE UIL ACADEMIC REGIONAL MEET AT UTSA!! STATE BOUND!

    On Friday, April 7 and Saturday, April 8 the high school UIL Academic teams participated in the UIL Regional Meet in various categories. High schools from across the State of Texas attended and competed in the hopes of earning a spot at the UIL Academic State Meet to be held on April 20-22, 2017 at the University of Texas campus. Students advance in the individual category or the team category.

    All four ECISD high schools had students who advanced to this contest and all four high schools will have representation at the state contest.

    Great job students and coaches!

    Calculator Applications: Karla Tamez, 3rd, Vela HS

    Vela HS Calculator Applications Team, 1st Place: Kevyn Morales, Alternate, Vela HS

    Vela Mathematics Team: 1st Place

    Computer Science: Bryan Guerra, 1st, ENHS

    ENHS Number Sense Team, 1st Place

    Mathematics: Carlos Rebollar, 1st, Vela HS

    ENHS Social Studies Team, 1st Place: Bryan Lopez, 3rd, EHS; Ethan Alaniz, Alternate, Vela HS

    Number Sense: Anthony Hernandez, 1ST, ENHS

    News Writing: Nicole Lopez, 1ST, EHS

    Social Studies: Cruz Morales, 2ND, ENHS

    Computer Applications: Helena V. Vaquera, Alternate, JEHS

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    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MEMORIAL MIDDLE SCHOOL THEATRE FOR THEIR  OUTSTANDING VIDEO!!

    1ST PLACE IN TASB VIDEO CONTEST

                    Memorial Middle School has been selected as a first place winner of the student video contest sponsored by the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB). These videos illustrate the true value of public education and emphasize the many positive aspects of our state’s public schools.

                    The contest was open to all Texas elementary and secondary public school students, and winners were selected in three categories: elementary school, middle/junior high school, and high school. A first place prize of $5000 will awarded to the following school districts later this spring for use in the students’ classroom or campus:

    Royse City High School, Royse City ISD

    Memorial Middle School, Edinburg ISD

    Zavala Elementary School, Harlingen CISD

                    Students were asked to tell what makes their school exceptional, how the school has earned community support, how their school is making a difference in students’ lives and future success, and what makes Texas public schools the best choice. All entries can be viewed on the TASB Website.

                    TASB is a nonprofit association established in 1949 to serve local Texas school boards. School board members are the largest group of publicly elected officials in the state. The districts they represent serve more than 5.3 million public school students.  

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Vision

The ECISD Fine Arts Department, in its tradition of excellence, will empower its students to become innovative thinkers and productive leaders of society through the active and comprehensive study of the fine arts.

Mission

Fine Arts: Excellence at the Core of Learning 

Goals

  1. Ensure and maintain opportunities for all students to participate in all areas of Fine Arts in Grades K-12.
  2. Provide equipment and facilities to create opportunities for student success in mastering objectives.
  3. Improve student retention in Fine Arts through advocacy and instruction to bridge gaps occurring during grade level transitions.
  4. Provide content specific staff development presented by highly qualified, professional clinicians.
  5. Develop and implement a standardized assessment for each discipline and grade level of Fine Arts to hold teachers accountable for student achievement.

Contact Us

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(956) 289-2317

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(956) 380-8921