El Paso Kids Inc. Articles
When photos began circulating of migrant children separated from their parents and placed in what looked like giant cages in detention centers, young adult novelists Melissa de la Cruz and Margaret Stohl had an immediate response.
When Christine Riccio was a teenager growing up in New Jersey, she and her sister would upload videos to YouTube of the two of them being silly, dancing to Britney Spears’ “Piece of Me” or attempting a back flip.
There are 27,000 job openings nationally for high–level aerospace and defense workers, and it would be hard to find anyone more passionate about helping El Paso area school students land some of them than UTEP’s Ahsan Chouduri.
Planting a tree, installing a mailbox or building a deck? Dial before you dig! Preschoolers at the YWCA’s Mabee Early Learning Academy can show you how.
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