About Us

The school includes 18 classrooms and a central courtyard with playscapes, a tricycle track and a climbing hill. We are home to approximately 300 children from 6 different elementary schools in Spring Branch ISD. We are a culturally responsive campus providing Bilingual Spanish and Mainstream/English as a Second Language classes.

There are approximately 18 children in PK3 classes and 24 children in PK4 classes with a highly qualified teacher and assistant in each class. We enjoy the expertise and support of our Counselor, Communities in Schools Specialist, Diagnostician, and Speech Therapist.

Mission Statement

To create self-motivated, life-long learners, we provide a developmentally appropriate, integrated curriculum that aligns with the state Pre-K Guidelines and enhances the social/emotional, intellectual, aesthetic, and physical development of each child while nurturing autonomy, self-esteem, and success. Our reach for our students exceeds our grasp to set the foundation for T-2-4 by:

  • Commitment to the achievement of high standards by all students

  • Commitment to evidence-informed instruction

  • Commitment to collaboration and interdependence

  • Commitment to the success of all adults

Learning Design:

  • Personalization of Learning

  • Balanced Literacy Program

  • Hands on Mathematics

  • Science Explorations

  • Project Approach to Learning

  • Fitness/Motor Development

  • 21st Century Learning (responsive technology for teaching and learning)

  • Building Inclusive Schools (developmental practices for all children)

  • Project CLASS approach to social/emotional development

Daily Routine:

  • Breakfast and Workshop I (Language Arts/Social Studies, Music/Art)

  • Recess in our Courtyard Playground

  • Workshop II (Math)

  • 30 minute Lunch followed by a 30 minute Quiet Time

  • Gross Motor

  • Workshop III (Projects integrating content areas)




    Transition to Kindergarten

    We prepare children for Kindergarten success by nurturing a solid foundation in both academic and social/emotional learning. We support the transition to their Kindergarten school by networking with the teachers and visiting the school.