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Mark Emanuel Mendoza

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Director , Pupil and Parent Servi...

El Paso Independent School District
6531 Boeing Dr.
El Paso, Texas 79925
United States

Company Description: Established in 1994 EPISD Fund is a non-profit organization (501 c3) whose mission is to operate exclusively for the benefit of El Paso Independent School District...   more

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A courtroom is, in effect, the ..., 5 Jan 2014 [cached]
A courtroom is, in effect, the only enforcement mechanism the district has, said Mark Mendoza, the EPISD's director of pupil services and Alpha Intiative supervisor.
"We can suggest you go to counseling, we can suggest you go to an outside agency but we can't enforce that," he said.
But Mendoza and the student-outreach specialists always push for students to complete a traditional high school degree if possible.
"I don't want you guys to look at the GED as an easy way out," Mendoza told the students.
He and Chappell agreed to another meeting at the beginning of the spring semester with the two students and their mother to check on their progress. They also get a reminder from Chappell -- she's included the sisters in a list of students whose attendance she charts every morning after the school day begins.
Mark Mendoza, director of ..., 31 Oct 2007 [cached]
Mark Mendoza, director of the EPISD Office for Pupil Services, said that the district did not see an increase in dropout rates, but that the new program will help identify beginning-stage problems encountered by
No," Mendoza said.
El Paso Times Living, 15 Aug 2005 [cached]
"They don't just host popcorn sales," said Mark Mendoza, principal of Bliss Elementary School.
ABC-7 at 4 Interview with EPISD's ..., 14 Aug 2012 [cached]
ABC-7 at 4 Interview with EPISD's Mark Mendoza
ABC-7's Maria Garcia interviews Mark Mendoza, director of Pupil Services at El Paso Independent School District.
On April 7, 2011, Mark ..., 24 April 2012 [cached]
On April 7, 2011, Mark Mendoza, then the EPISD director of pupil services, told the U.S Department of Education in an email about a case in which Dr. Chavez signature was forged on a letter placing the student into the Disciplinary Alternative Education Program. Mendoza wrote that state law requires that a hearing for parents and a due process chain take place. In this case, the principal attested to the fact that a hearing took place and that the parents were present. However, there was never a hearing. The student was placed without due process, Mendoza wrote in the email.
Mendoza wrote that Upon further investigation, more than 30 cases were found in which the principals signature on letters documenting hearings was forged.
Dr. Jordan said Tuesday that if the allegations by Mendoza are true, Bowie High School officials may have violated the law by falsifying government documents.
The Bowie principal and the school administration were found to have repeatedly denied enrollment to students who should have been enrolled, according to emails sent by Mendoza to U.S. Department of Education investigators.
Mendoza forwarded the email on the following Monday, March 9, 2009 to then associate superintendent Damon Murphy.
Mendoza on April 7, 2011, forwarded to the Department of Education two letters in Spanish written by students who, according to Mendoza, were called in to the Principal of Bowies office and were told that since they had attendance issues, they should drop from school or face a 500 dollar fine in court. The letters also document that, on the day these students were spoken to, other students at the school were called in for similar conversations.
In his interview with district internal auditors, Bowie Principal Chavez, when asked about training he received when he arrived to take the helm at Bowie, talked about the budget training and said, according to auditors, We were getting a ton of money. Anyone could do whatever, like I have never seen. So everyone buying whatever they needed, but no accountability. He said I get here and see things, like too many people doing POs.
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