The Ector County ISD Board of Trustees met for their Tuesday meet where they reviewed academic achievement, worked toward new board goals, and approved a series of online courses for Permian High School and Odessa High School.
The oil boom has resulted in many of the school districts in the Basin being classified as “property wealthy”. However, most districts have experience a population growth, causing them to suffer from teacher shortages and large classroom sizes.
The human placenta research project offers students hands-on, inquiry-based science benefiting real world data collection through placental stereology quantification methods, and can contribute to the National Institutes of Health.
The Ector County Independent School District Board of Trustees announced a partnership with the firm Hazard, Young, Attea, & Associates to conduct a national search for a new superintendent of schools.
Thursday, representatives from Southwest Bank will present school district officials with a check for $78,000 to provide 300 Chromebook laptops and 10 charging and storage carts for students at Crockett Middle School.
During the Ector County ISD Board of Trustees regular meeting for November, trustees voted to allocate the TRE-approve money for the priority projects and selected a firm to conduct the search for a superintendent.
As part of Chevron’s Fuel Your School program, students and their teachers will be surprised with classroom resources and tools that inspire their curiosity and enhance their skills in science, engineering, technology and, coding.
The student team, Atlas XIII, competed in the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program, which gave them the opportunity to design an experiment with a protocol that would be carried out by astronauts aboard the ISS.
Midland College will be giving free Starbucks coffee and donuts in the Marie Hall Academic Building Monday at 9 A.M. to meet the Student Government. Best of all, the college will have adorable pups to cuddle with.
Tuesday afternoon, officials of the Ector County Independent School District highlighted some of the significant progress being made in their schools – while acknowledging the district still has work to do when it comes to Accountability Ratings.