San Elizario ISD Commitment to Serve
Dear San Elizario ISD Community,
The #SEISDStepsUp4U is not only a hashtag, it represents the San Elizario Independent School District’s commitment to continue to serve. From the onset of the pandemic, SEISD Board of Trustees and Employees have worked tirelessly to establish the necessary assistance for you, our beloved San Elizario community. The district’s focus is aimed at providing specific assistance and bringing awareness in the area of nourishment, health, technology and finance.
The aid in these four key areas have helped our San Elizario community to continue to mitigate and alleviate many of the challenges brought about as a result of the pandemic. The SEISD is proud of the collaboration we have established with numerous organizations. During this unprecedented time, we recognize that our work in the district and the partnerships with numerous organizations remains of vital importance as it directly impacts the children we are blessed to serve.
San Elizario ISD Board of Trustees
- San Elizario ISD promoted the El Paso County Relief Assistance Fund which was supported by the County of El Paso, Family Independence Initiative (FII), EPISO/Border Interfaith, and the Woody and Gayle Hunt Family Foundation so that families experiencing financial hardship apply to receive $500 in cash.
Our children deserve for all of us to continue to collaborate and make significant contributions so that we improve their educational options and overall resiliency to overcome any obstacles before them. Please continue to help us mitigate the pandemic by using a face covering (cover the nose, mouth and chin), social distancing, and the washing of hands consistently.
The size of the organization does not matter; it is the heart of every individual in the district that makes everything possible. The #SEISDStepsUp4U commitment to serve is done with pride by every San Elizario ISD Employee and Board Trustee. Keep soaring Eagles!
Dr. Jeannie Meza-Chaves, Ph.D.
San Elizario Independent School District