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Welcome to the Evangelina Garza Elementary webpage.

We are very happy to partner with you for the success of your child(ren).  Know that we are here to help you in any matter concerning your child’s education.

¡Bienvenidos a la página del web de Evangelina Garza Elementary!

Estamos muy contentos de ser su socio en el éxito académico de sus hijos.  Esperamos poder asistirles con cualquier necesidad que tenga con respeto a la educación de su hijo/a.

Contact Information
Evangelina Garza Elementary
8731 N. Doffing Rd.
Mission, Texas 78574
Office Hours: 7:30 AM to 4:00
Phone: (956) 323-2350
Fax: (956) 323-2351

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Welcome to La Joya’s 2018-2019 STEM Elementary School

Elementary School at STEM is where innate curiosity

and STEM infused learning meet.


We will Innovate Early

Our unique K-5 model encourages innovation from an early age, laying the foundation for a lifetime of discovery.

At Evangelina Garza STEM Elementary we will focus on providing a rigorous and relevant core education that taps into the innate curiosity of each student while integrating essential STEM skills and concepts within literacy, mathematics, social studies and science.


Our classrooms come alive with relevant, problem-based learning where 21st Century Skills are embedded through the use of technology, critical thinking, and collaboration to engage the heads, hearts and hands of students in authentic and real world issues. Elementary students will be able to participate in specials clubs that include technology, music, physical education, robotics, engineering, science, and more!

Congratulations to Evangelina Garza Elementary GT students for achieving 11 places in the Texas Youth Creators Award state technology competition for the 2017-2018 school year. 
Digital Day 
2017 – 2018 District Science Fair Winners

Battle of the Book Members   

 Our Battle of the Book Club Members 2018   




summer reading


Summer shouldn't mean taking a break from learning, especially reading. Studies show that most students experience a loss of reading skills over the summer months, but children who continue to read will gain skills.


Visit your local library. 


Read books over summer and test when you return to school !





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Little Free Libraries Open to La Joya ISD Community
LittleFreeLibrary.org is a Wisconsin-based nonprofit organization that supports offering the free exchange of books (that are housed in small containers) to the local community. Their mission: “To ... [read full article]
Posted Date: 11/03/2016
Source Page: District News