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Event Recap: El Paso returns to schools during COVID-19

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On Thursday Aug. 13, El Paso Matters held a conversation with some of our public school superintendents, administrators, teachers and parents.

El Paso Matters CEO Robert Moore moderated a conversation with Socorro Independent School District Superintendent Jose Espinoza, El Paso ISD Deputy Superintendent of Administration and Academics Vince Sheffield, Ysleta ISD instructional coach Shay Hulbert, co-founder of Moms on Board Adrianne Moody, El Paso ISDs Executive Director of Community Engagement Melissa Martinez and Socorro ISD Assistant Superintendent Marivel Macias.

Panelists answered questions about online preparation for parents, restarting athletic programs, safety in classrooms, balancing parenting and teaching and students working through transitional phases like preparing for higher education—to name a few topics.

Our recent education coverage:

Rural border schools face unique challenges during the pandemic

• ‘The schools can only implement so much’: El Paso parents decide how their students will go back to class

• Commentary: I’m a high school student. Digital learning is the only safe option for schools

• ‘They’re playing with our lives’: COVID-19 fears persist as El Paso educators prepare to go back into the classroom

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Michaela Roman

Michaela Román helps El Paso Matters with audience development and community engagement. She is a born and raised El Pasoan, with a background in photojournalism, and is currently working on an M.A. in Social Journalism at the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York.

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