Mrs. Elizabeth A. Haskins has been an educator in the Edinburg C. I. S. District for thirty-five years. She has also been a Spanish lecturer at South Texas College and Pan American University. Her B. A. (1983) and Master’s degrees (1987) are from Pan American University in Edinburg, Texas. Mrs. Haskins has been teaching AP Spanish language for the last seventeen years. She has also been an AP Spanish Language & Culture reader for College Board for thirteen years.
Currently, she works at Economedes High School in Edinburg, is the department chair for the Modern Languages Department, and is the UIL Spelling coach. Mrs. Haskins taught dual enrollment classes when Economedes High School first opened in 2000, and has taught Early College High school classes since its Early College High School program started. This academic school year, she will have taught Early College Spanish classes 1411, 1412, 2313, and 2315. She has served as a chess sponsor, and co-sponsored Mock Trial. Mrs. Haskins was the founder of Spanish National Honor Society at Economedes High School and has been the sponsor since the school opened.
Her hobbies are traveling, antiquing and reading. Mrs. Haskins was an active member of the Rio Grande Valley Aggie Moms Club. She has also been an AP Advocacy Teacher for Texas for the last three years. Her older son lives and works in Dallas, and her younger son lives in McAllen. Mrs. Haskins resides in McAllen with her husband.