Recently, 29 students from Mountain View High School in El Paso graduated from the first ever TAPS Afterschool Program. Birthed from TAPS Clubs, the afterschool program aims to educate through fun and interactive learning experiences. During the spring semester, the students participated in several hands-on activates throughout the El Paso area including: attended Chihuahuas baseball game, learned about the history of San Elizario and event sat in Billy the Kid’s jail cell! The students also met and discussed Hispanic culture with a University of Texas at El Paso professor, celebrated Cinco de Mayo, built an amazing garden, met UTEP football players and toured the Don Coen: The Migrant Series exhibit at the El Paso Art Museum. Whew! The students had a fun and exciting semester! Additionally, students who successfully completed the program received one credit toward graduation.