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NEWS FROM THE TOP

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Amy Neidert

Principal

Terrell Elementary

Very exciting news! We are proud to announce that Terrell Elementary School is a 2022 National Blue Ribbon School award winner. We are 1 of only 31 schools in Texas and 1 of only 297 schools in the United States to earn this prestigious honor for 2022! The work ethic and high expectations of our students, staff, and families made this award possible! Thank you!

 

We will have a party to celebrate in the near future! There will also be an award presentation in Washington DC in November that some Terrell and Denison ISD representatives will be attending.  

Stay tuned for ALL the details!

2022-2023 SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS

CAMPUS
INFORMATION

Important Phone Numbers

  • Main Office- Mrs. Avery (903)-462-7550 

  • Fax- (903)-462-7609

  • Counselor- Mrs. Jones (903)-462-7683

  • Nurse- Mrs. Bryant (903)-462-7602

  • LRC- Mrs. Hayes (903)-462-7594

  • Computer Lab/Technology- Mrs. Lunkley (903)-462-7586

  • Cafeteria- (903)-462-7606

Attendance

Report Student Absences

  • Notify Carly Guerrero if your child will not be in attendance.

  • Phone: (903)-462-7605 E-mail: cguerrero@denisonisd.net

  • if your student is absent for 3 or more consecutive days, a handwritten note will be accepted for the first 3 days and a dr note will be required for the following days. 

  • A partial day is an absence.

  • Notify the Main Office if you are transferring your child to another school.

Absences and Notes policy in the handbook >>

Click PDF icon to read >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Transportation Changes 

Learning Times

  • 7:15North End Doors Open

  • 7:15 - 7:45 Breakfast Served in Cafeteria

  • 7:30 Dismissed from Cafeteria to Classroom

  • 7:45 Main Entrance Doors Open: If a student is tardy, the parent must sign them in.

  • 7:50 Morning Announcements

  • 3:08 Starting Dismissal 

Lunch Information and Times

  • 3rd grade 10:45-11:15

  • PreK 11:00-11:30

  • 1st grade 12:00-12:30

  • 2nd grade 11:15-11:45

  • Kindergarten 11:45-12:15

  • 4th grade 12:15-12:45

IMPORTANT 

Please check in at the front doors. You must have an ID to get a visitor's pass.

You may sit with your child on the stage.  You may bring outside food, but only for your student.  At the end of lunch, you will need to leave out the west cafeteria door through the courtyard. Please do not enter back into the hallway and you will not be permitted back to class with your student.  Also, there are no adult bathrooms available. 

Friday Announcements 

PARENT LINKS

EDUCATIONAL LEARNING LINKS

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House Bill 3 Information

House Bill 3 requires school boards to establish and adopt five-year goals in the three areas of early childhood literacy proficiency, early childhood mathematics proficiency, and college, career, and military readiness (CCMR). Specific requirements in the areas of early childhood include annual goals for aggregate student growth on 3rd Grade Reading and Math STAAR at or above the Meets Grade Level performance level and for students in each group evaluated under the Closing the Gaps Domain (Domain III) under the current accountability system.

 

During the 2019-2020 school year, district and campus leaders worked collaboratively to analyze various progress measures related to these three areas, evaluate current levels of student performance, and develop five-year goals and annual targets focused on continued growth. District goals were established and then used to set appropriate goals at each campus in alignment with attaining the overall district goals. These goals will be embedded within the District Improvement Plan and Campus Improvement Plans as a focus for continued growth in these areas.

 

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