Principal: Michelle Wiese 

Asst. Principal: Dudley Roberts

TEA Exemplary Campus 

Enrollment: 611

Motto: Today's Learners . . . Tomorrow's Leaders

phone: 940-569-3311 fax:  940-569-2719



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Parents...the second set of doors  by the office are locked from 8:05am until 2:45pm each day. If you arrive between these times you will need to come through the office and sign in.

The cafeteria doors remain locked throughout the day as well.

Remember, to go into the building during the school day you will need to bring your driver's license in order to sign in through the kiosk to receive a badge. 

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding that this is for your child's safety.

Our school has joined the My Coke Rewards for Schools program.

That means by drinking the Coca-Cola products your family already enjoys, you can get My Coke Rewards points and donate them to help our school.
Your donations will go towards rewards like sports equipment that will help our students learn, play and have fun.

It’s easy to donate:

1. Purchase your favorite Coca-Cola products to get codes (they’re on hundreds of different packages, in a variety of sizes and flavors).

2. Go to & sign in (register if you aren’t a member).

3. Enter your codes to collect points – then search for our school to donate points.

4. Enter the amount of points you’d like to give, then click “Donate”.



Check out for more information and start turning My Coke Rewards points into points for our school!



SOAR ( Student Online Achievement Resources) is a program for military families and the school districts that serve them.  It aims to address the unique challenges facing military children in our nation's public schools, while benefiting the overall student population.  It is now available for parents to use at home with children in grades 3rd - 12th. Information was presented during the October PTO meeting and will be discussed again during the November and December PTO meetings. The link for SOAR at home is http:// . Please contact the main office if you need further information.

Changes to 2013-14 Dress Code

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

 Please be aware of the changes to the student dress code that will be in effect for the 2013-14 school year:

#2: Shorts: Elementary schools - Grades Pre-K through 2 may wear regular shorts. Grades 3 through 5 and 9 through 12, shorts may be worn but must meet the following standards: (a) Length must meet the fingertip-length rule, (b) no biking shorts, cut-offs, or boxer shorts are allowed. Grades 6 through 8, shorts may be worn but length must be at the top of the knee.

#4: Tank tops, tube tops, bare midriff or half shirts, halter type blouses, mesh shirts, string tops, or see-through clothing will not be permitted. All clothing should be modestly cut. Display of cleavage is not permitted. Sleeveless shirts are permitted for girls as long as an undershirt is worn or the shirt is tight fitting under the arms. Undergarments must not be visible at any time. Sleeveless shirts are permitted for girls and boys in grades PK-2.

#7: Clothing with holes above the fingertip-length rule (front or back) are not permitted.