ESC Region 19 News & Announcements
Students, grades 4th-9th, from various states such as Wyoming, California, Washington, Colorado, Michigan, New Mexico and Texas, competed for hours on July 30th for the title of National Spanish Spelling Bee Champion. An El Paso student won the title of the NSSB hosted by ESC19 at the Starlight Event Center. Click to find out who won the top prizes.
This summer, Education Service Center Region 19 hosted the iBuild Architecture and Construction Camp 2022. Middle and high school students from across the region were invited to attend at the Starlight Event Center over eight days complete hands-on, work-based activities.
Over hundred former Head Start students, from regional high schools and charter schools- from Anthony to Fort Hancock - participated in the program aimed to help students transition to post-secondary education. The program kicked off four years ago and has now awarded over $100,000 in scholarships to students. Click to read who won!
This year they will highlight the importance of climate change, its impact on water resources, and how it forces communities to implement changes. Kids can submit written compositions, paintings, digital media, photography, or music based on the climate change theme.
Today's education environment demands that schools prepare for quick shifts between in-person, remote, and blended learning. This can be challenging, but schools don't have to face this daunting task alone. ClassLink was built for any time, anywhere digital learning.
ESC 19 Member Schools and Districts can Sign Up for ClassLink and receive a discount on the per-user subscription.
2022 Take Care of Texas K - 5 Kids Art Contest
Join the Take Care of Texas Program fun way for K-5 students to learn about protecting the environment and come up with creative ways to share this knowledge with others!
Take Care of Texas is accepting entries through March 4, 2022. The students that submit the best art can WIN a tablet or laptop computer. Prizes are made possible through a donation from the Texas Chemical Council.
For more information, Click Here!