November 16th, 2020

Letter to the Bobcat Community


We wanted to take this opportunity to wish everyone in our Bobcat family a Happy Thanksgiving. I personally am thankful for each and every one of you in our community.

Scholars, make sure that during this holiday season that you reflect on the adults in your life, including your educators and your parents, that have continued to support and love you and keep on your path to success. This is the perfect opportunity to say thank you.

My wish has always been that we beat this pandemic so that we can be together again as soon as possible. We can only do that by each of us doing our part by social distancing and wearing a mask.

Please never forget that each of you is loved and cherished.

Warmest Regards,

Mrs. Castro

P.S. Below are different resources available to anyone in our community that is in need this Thanksgiving. Also please read the announcement from our yearbook staff requesting baby pictures of your scholar.

We are Invictus because Bobcats Always Achieve Success!

Thanksgiving Giveaways


Operation HOPE Thanksgiving Food Giveaway 10:00AM

Location: El Paso County Coliseum / 4100 East Paisano

It will be drive-thru event and each vehicle

will get one turkey and about 35 pounds of food including fresh fruit and

vegetables, milk, eggs, canned goods and Coke products


The Great Thanksgiving Give Away

Join us in our efforts to provide 1,000 Families with Thanksgiving Dinner

Donate at:

Drive-By Distribution:

Sat. November 21, 2020

10am to 2 pm

9983 Kenworthy


Saturday, November 21, 2020

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM or while supplies last

Abundant East Mega Thanksgiving Giveaway

East Campus


1000 Valley Crest Dr.

El Paso, TX 79907

(915) 532-8543

West Campus


7100 N. Desert Blvd.,

El Paso Texas 79911


*Both Abundant Campus East & West will be providing Turkeys and items to the first 1,000 Families or until supplies last.

*One Turkey per Household

*They will ask for ID to identify in case you have more than one family in a vehicle

*Recommended for families to start lining up at 8am.

*Restrooms will not be available to the public inside the facility

Abundant Living Faith Center

“This Thanksgiving we are continuing to ‘Feed Hope’ through our East Campus Food Pantry. Working in partnership with El Pasoans Fighting Hunger and local businesses, we are hosting a community-wide food pantry serving close to 2,000 families. There is no need to sign up. Simply show up to the giveaway early.”

8TH Grade Baby Pictures Needed for YEARBOOK ASAP!

Bobcats Parents and Scholars,
Our yearbook staff is going above and beyond to make sure our 2020-2021 yearbook will be one for the history books, but they need your help. They are asking first, that all 8th graders send baby photos of themselves by December 6th, and second that all scholar's send pictures of their favorite outfits to the yearbook staff at
Thank you Puentes for helping us continue to ACHIEVE SUCCESS.

Report Cards for Marking Period 1

Starting November 2nd, you will be able to view your scholar's 1st marking period grades. You can do this by logging on to your account at, under Popular Links at the bottom of the page, and clicking Tyler Student 360. You will need to use the same username and password you used to register your scholar. If you are having trouble logging on please email our CIS coordinator Mrs. Clark at
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Socorro ISD has developed a list of questions and answers to openly share information and proactively answer questions regarding students and employees returning to school and work for the 2020-2021 school year. We know our stakeholders have many questions, and we will do our best to answer all in a timely manner, but we ask for your patience as our team continues to work through the many issues that must be addressed. Rest assured that we will update this list and communicate with you often as information becomes available and as we seek additional guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Texas Education Agency (TEA) and local health and government officials.

Read SISD 2020-21 Back To School Safely FAQ