Points of Pride
We welcome the Hacienda Heights community to an exciting new year at North Loop Elementary! We are glad you are here!!
Did you know all students at Ysleta ISD have an electronic device? They do!! At our campus, students use their devices to enhance their learning in all areas. All third through sixth-grade students get to take their devices home in order to help them complete their homework and projects. As part of the Engage Me district initiative, North Loop Elementary holds two Engage Me Showcases for kindergarten through sixth-grade students. Students present a STEM project to other students using hands-on activities and technology. The students are full of excitement as they share their knowledge with each other.
Aside from having a device, students at North Loop Elementary also have access to robots (Vex, Lego Mindstorm, and Sphero) and Google Expeditions (virtual reality field trips). We pride ourselves on teaching students what they need to succeed in the 21st century.
Students at our campus have the opportunity to join the choir, band, orchestra, art, cheer, robotics, and UIL activities (Spelling, Creative Writing, Number Sense, Oral Reading, Storytelling). Teachers at North Loop Elementary make sure that students are well-rounded and very engaged. For more information about joining a club or class contact Cristina Cedillo at email@example.com or contact the school at 915-434-2815.
A special thanks to our North Loop cheerleaders for getting involved with the community and helping out at the annual ALS Walk. Together, we can make a difference!
Congratulations to our 5th Grade robotics team for qualifying for the Texas Region 1 VEX IQ Championship (Elementary School) by winning the Design Award at the January 25th Vex Competition at Del Valle Middle School.
Our school is very involved with our Partners in Education. North Loop teachers and JTF-North soldiers held a volleyball game to benefit the Child Crisis Center. All students donated toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, and various items as an entry fee. Students were enthusiastic to participate in the community effort. Students also had a winter dance where they donated non-perishable foods. All food was donated to the Open Arms Community of El Paso (Food Pantry), which provides food to the people in need in the area.
North Loop's faculty and staff are committed to ensure that all students reach their maximum potential in academics, develop a strong sense of integrity, and learn the life-skills needed to become successful citizens in their community.
Melissa Saenz (Secretary): 915-434-2805
Estela Gonzalez (Office): 915-434-2806
Teresa Torres (Attendance, Office): 915-434-2814
Inez Caldwell (Counselor): 915-434-2804
Cristina Cedillo (Technology Specialist): 915-434-2815
Patty Santos (Librarian, Media): 915-434-2850