Points of Pride
Eagles have brain power; Eagles work hard; Eagles are family and lead with heart!
Eastwood Heights Elementary School is nestled in the beautiful and established Eastwood area of El Paso. Built in 1969, Eastwood Heights was the first in Ysleta Independent School District to launch the Dual Language Program in 1993. Our school has a distinguished reputation for providing an exemplary education to children. We have been honored for its consistent and high-level academic performance, receiving the highest ratings bestowed by the state of Texas. Eastwood Heights’ success reflects the dedication of students, parents, faculty, staff, and administration working toward a common goal which is the safety and academic success of all our students
Through our Ysleta District EngageMe Initiative and our school’s dedication to continuing fostering 21st-century skills, our students in grades 3rd through 6th have a device accessible to them for 24/7 access. The device is used in the classroom to help integrate technology into the daily curriculum. In addition, our Kinder-2nd-grade students have a Mac lab and iPad cart available for them to use along with having at least four desktops and four iPads per classroom. Eastwood Heights also offers a Pre-K program where children’s knowledge and skills in all developmental areas— cognitive, social/emotional, physical, and aesthetic are fostered. Our Pre-K classrooms are furnished with 21st-century equipment that includes flexible seating, iPads, Macs and an Apple TV.
We continue to work hard at achieving a culture where we cultivate a student who has cognitive, personal and interpersonal competencies rooting in Grit, Collaboration, and Critical Thinking. We value all three of these competencies where we know our students will be college ready and prepared for the real world.
Red Ribbon and Bully Free Week
Monday “Wake Up Drug-Free & Bully Free”
It’s Pajama Day! Please wear your tennis shoes, NO slippers.
Tuesday “It’s Crazy to do Drugs or to Bully”
Students can wear crazy/colorful/mismatched outfits.
Wednesday “United Against Drugs & Bullying”
Each grade level will wear a specific color top with jeans. Kinder-Pink, 1st- Purple, 2nd- Blue, 3rd- Green, 4th- Yellow, 5th- Orange, 6th- Red.
Thursday “Duo up with a friend to put an end to drugs & bullying”
Friday “Have the Power to stay Drug & Bully Free”