Written by Andrielle Figueroa Friday, 10 January 2014 08:00
MISSION—After recently completing his first 100 days with Mission CISD in December, Superintendent Ricardo Lopez said he is excited for the district’s future, especially with support from a community that is not afraid of hard work.
The year 2014 opens up more avenues for the district in technology and careers. Lopez said the district must provide a service to students that will equip them for the new job climate.
“We are providing resources; it’s part of our Chromebook initiative, making sure that the kids have the technology that they need to be ready for the 21st century,” Lopez said. “But it also comes with better teacher training.”