Points of Pride
Scotsdale Elementary was built in August 1958 and is located on the East side of El Paso. The school colors are blue and white with the school mascot being a Cadet. Scotsdale Elementary is a feeder school for Eastwood Middle and Eastwood High School. The student population is diverse and consists of about 850 students being serviced in grades Pre-Kinder through Sixth grade. Scotsdale Elementary is driven by a faculty dedicated to student success, with the attitude that "Failure Is Not an Option."
Scotsdale is home to an environmental center that proudly houses birds, rabbits, turkeys, and turtles. The center is taken care of by students who feed and clean up after the animals, allowing the students to develop the skills of caring and responsibility.
Scotsdale is one of ten Ysleta ISD schools named to the Texas 2015 Honor Roll by the Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and the Institute for Productivity in Education (IPE). Schools receiving this distinction have demonstrated consistent high levels of student academic achievement, improvement in achievement levels over time and reduction in achievement gaps between student populations.
Scotsdale Mission Statement: All Scotsdale students will be provided a safe and nurturing learning environment. Our scholars will be provided daily opportunities to become responsible, respectful and motivated learners.
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Do not forget that there is no school on Monday, January 15th in honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday.