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Eastwood Heights Elementary School

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      • EAGLES PLEDGE: Eagles Grow Brain Power; Eagles Work Hard; Eagles Are Family and Lead with Heart!

        "Eagles Grow Brain Power" signifies the school's commitment to intellectual growth and development. "Eagles Work Hard" emphasizes the importance of effort and dedication in the educational process. "Eagles Are Family and Lead with Heart" suggests a sense of community and values within the school.


        Eastwood Heights Elementary School is located in the Eastwood area of El Paso. It was built in 1969. Eastwood Heights was the first school in the Ysleta Independent School District to introduce the Dual Language Program in 1993. The school is known for its consistent high-level academic performance and has received top ratings from the state of Texas. Success is attributed to the combined efforts of students, parents, faculty, staff, and administration.


        • The school is part of the Ysleta District Engage Me Initiative, emphasizing 21st-century skills.
        • Students in PreK-5th grade have access to devices for learning, both in the classroom and for 24/7 access.
        • Interactive display boards are utilized in all classrooms to integrate technology into the curriculum.


        • The school aims to cultivate students with cognitive, personal, and interpersonal competencies rooted in Grit, Collaboration, and Critical Thinking.
        • These competencies are considered important for students to be prepared for college and the real world.

        Eastwood Heights Elementary School prioritizes a well-rounded education, emphasizing not only academic excellence but also the development of character and 21st-century skills in its students.