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Supplemental Benefits - Time to Enroll! Enrollment will start on September 14th and end on September 25th.

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           September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

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MRS. CHRISTINA PINA'S SPECIAL OLYMPIC ATHLETES
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  TAMIU Sr. Preview Day

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Texas A&M AgriLife Healthy South Texas "Path to the Plate Youth Expo"

Texas A&M AgriLife Healthy South Texas Ambassadors served as health experts to present to students from all campuses. The goal was to correct any misinformation about the production of our food supply and its effect on human health. The expo event was like a traditional agricultural literacy day event; however, it was specific to the connection between agriculture and health. 

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Mariachi Halcón Distinguished Award at the UIL State Mariachi Festival
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North Elementary Spring Book Fair!

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Zapata County ISD celebrates National School Counseling Week . Standing L-R: Diana Ramirez, Elizabeth Gonzalez, Yvonne Flores, Karina Cantu, Sara Flores, Lori Moreno, Janie Rodriguez, Director, Blanca Gonzalez. Front Row L-R: Rosario Garcia, Sandra Vela,Cindy Rojas, Noemi Ramirez, and Claudia Garza.

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1st Place on the Lighting Parade Congratulations!!

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2019 Might Hawk Marching Band

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Notice for November 2020 Elections

Zapata County Independent School District will be conducting Joint Elections with the Zapata County General Elections on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

Instructional Commitment Form

Parents of enrolled students will be asked to make a commitment for their child(ren) to choose either in-person, hybrid or full 100% remote at-home learning for the entire fall semester. In order for Zapata County ISD to finalize staffing requirements. The deadline for this form has been extended.
Your child’s schedule and teacher assignments cannot be finalized until we receive your commitment, so we greatly appreciate your considering completing the form as soon as possible.
Each learning model requires daily progress monitoring. In the event of a county or state shutdown order, all
students will be transferred to the 100% Remote At-Home Learning Model.

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