Our Mission Statement
Elementary School will establish a positive learning community where
every child and adult has the opportunity to develop their character and
academic performance to the fullest.
joining the Board, Barron worked at Crockett and Houston schools. She
also served as a member of the EPISD Internal Accountability Task Force
and Police Central Regional Command Advisory Board. Barron chaired the
Austin Conference Committee and the Sacramento Action Coalition. She was
a past president of the Crockett Intermediate School PTA and Austin
Band Boosters and a charter member of the El Paso High School Alumni and
El Paso Hospice.
school was named after Josephine F. Barron, who served as a member of
the Board of Trustees. Barron Passed away Nov. 23, 1999 after a long
battle with diabetes. At the time of her death, she was President of the
Board of Trustees. Barron, a graduate of El Paso High School, was the
first Hispanic female to be Board President. She was elected to the
Board of Trustees in May 1997.