Our Mission

Our vision to provide a quality education through shared responsibility in a safe, supportive environment for all students to meet the challenges of a global society.

Our goal and responsibility is to help each student develop an enthusiasm for learning, a respect for self and others, and the skills to become a creative, independent thinker, and problem solver.

Therefore, the mission of the Wiggs Middle School community of faculty, parents, and students is to actively engage all learners in critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and effective communication knowing that these skills are essential to successful 21st century post-secondary education, employment, and global citizenship.  

Furthermore, Wiggs Middle School will do whatever it takes to create and sustain an environment for achieving positive academic, social, and emotional learning outcomes for all through a collaborative and consistent TEAM approach.


Recent News

Chipotle School Spirit Night on March 31 from 5-9 p.m.
See the FLYER for more information.

Pupil Transfers can NOW be submitted online for the year 2017-2018 through the Parent Portal.

If a student is already on a Pupil Transfer for this year and Wiggs MS is not your home school, a Pupil Transfer needs to be submitted for the year 2017-2018.  All returning students who currently need a PTR to be at Wiggs, MUST SUBMIT a new request for the next school year.

Online Transfer Requests are for both In-District and Out-of-District students currently enrolled. The due date for all PTR’s is April 7, 2017. 

To access your parent portal account, log on to episd.org.

Please note that Mesita, Lamar, and El Paso High are also now accepting Pupil Transfer Requests for the 2017–2018 school year.If you have difficulties logging onto your Parent Portal, please contact the PEIMS Clerk at your current campus. The Wiggs MS PEIMS Clerk is Margie Lopez, and she can be reached at 236-3609.

For a step-by-step guide, click here.  

If you have any questions about the process, please contact the Registrar, Elena Ruybe at 236-3618.

Please don’t forget to submit your PTR by April 7th.

The National Junior Honor Society is currently taking applications for students who wish to be a member.  For more information on what it takes to be a member of the Society, please click HERE.

2016-17 Teacher of the Year Announced

Recently, Wiggs faculty and staff nominated teachers who have stepped above and beyond in their classroom and in the school.  When all the ballots were counted, Mrs. Cassandra Acosta was selected as our Campus Teacher of the Year.  Mrs. Acosta teaches the keyboarding class to 8th grade students.  In her curriculum, students practice skills, but, even yet, they are introduced to various career pathways and work on their 5-year graduation plan.  She also teaches students how to do page layouts, photography basics, and creative design in the Journalism class.  These students produce the yearbook.  Mrs. Acosta and her students can be seen at many events taking pictures.  

Mrs. Acosta never turns down an opportunity to help a colleague or the school in any way that she can.  With a smile on her face, her friendly demeanor lets a person know she is willing to help.

We congratulate Mrs. Cassandra Acosta for being Wiggs Teacher of the Year.

Basketball Teams Start Strong in First Tournament
Our Wolverines took to the courts during the last week of January.  Wiggs hosted the 7th grade boys teams from Brown, Henderson, and Morehead, while the other teams played in different schools around the district.  When the last buzzer sounded on Saturday, our 7th grade boys team came out on top as Tournament Champions.

Congratulations to all of our teams for a great start to the season.  For the rest of the season, boys games will be on Wednesday evenings, girls games will be played on Thursday evenings, beginning at 5:30 p.m.

Educational Support Personnel Named
Congratulations to Mr. Edgar Maldonado for being selected by the Wiggs Family as the 2016-17 Educational Support Personnel of the Year.  Mr. Maldonado came to our campus earlier this school year as the Assistant Head Custodian.  His motto is, "Students and teachers first" which is very evident in how quickly tasks are completed and of high quality.

Thank you, Mr. Maldonado, for your work ethic.  Congratulations, Segundo!