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    Hartsfield gets students ready for STAAR!
     
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    Hartsfield Elementary School held the 1st Annual STAAR Pep Rally and PicNic for  3rd-5th grade students. Principal Bell and staff recreated Double Dare, the ever so popular 1990’s Nickelodeon trivia show to get students motivated for taking STAAR. Each grade level was represented by a team, which included a teacher, a parent and two students. The event was hosted by Hartsfield’s Teacher of the Year, Christopher Brown. In addition, family members and other guests took part in the fun-filled event.  The winning grade level and participants won prizes!


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    PARENT LETTER REGARDING PROMOTION STANDARDS IS IN THE LINK BELOW. 
     
     
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  • CONGRATULATIONS
    CHRISTOPHER BROWN, 
    TEACHER OF THE YEAR 
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  • 2013-14 School Supply List 

    PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK  BELOW FOR ALL OF YOUR CHILD'S NEEDS THIS SCHOOL YEAR

    2013-14 School Supply List Pre-K-5th Grade

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Hartsfield ES Kicks off New School Year with Community Walk

 In order to foster relationships between school and community, Hartsfield ES reached out to more than 350 homes during the first-ever Welcome Back Community Walk. It was an opportunity for new Principal Alecia Bell and her staff to interact with students and their families.

Bell launched the theme “Transforming Lives – Creating Leaders” with T-shirts featuring a picture of a transformer that symbolizes the change ahead. Wearing the shirts, the staff went door-to-door introducing themselves and delivering school-enrollment forms, volunteer information, and the school calendar.

“One of the main reasons for the walk was to introduce parents to the challenge and get them to embrace it,” said Bell. “We have several options at Hartsfield Elementary, and failure is not one of them. The community walk showed parents that even though we are new to Hartsfield, we are in it for the long haul.”

“I think the community walk was just what Hartsfield needed,” said fourth-grade math teacher Aaron Turner. “We met parents who had enrolled their children at another school, but that changed because they met us on the walk. It showed parents that we are willing to go the distance.”

“This new motivation is awesome,” said parent Jessica Jones.




Our Mission

Hartsfield Elementary builds a college preparatory foundation for all scholars through strong academics, dedicated teachers, purposeful actions and ethical character. 
 
@ HARTSFIELD
 
WE have several options @ Hartsfield Elementary
FAILURE is not one of them
WE do not accept fear as an excuse
WE leave excuses at the door
WE move on, we push on, we persevere
I am the champion of my destiny
CHALLENGE Accepted
 
Our Vision
 Hartsfield Elementary will expand educational opportunity
in ways that are life-changing for children and transformational for our community
 
Hartsfield Elementary School is an urban school-wide Title One campus with a predominantly African-American population.  It is located in the South Park neighborhood of Southeast Houston, in the Palm Center Area.  Hartsfield has a population of about 416 students (Pre-k thru 5th grade).  The ethnic distributions 70.2% African-American and 29.8% Hispanic American.  Ninety six percent (96%) of the students at Hartsfield are economically disadvantaged and considered at-risk.  The students attendance rate is 95%.  Hartsfield professional staff includes 19 classroom teachers,  Three Ancillary Teachers, One Speech Therapist, a One Instructinal Coordinatior, and One Nurse.  All of the professionals are Texas Certified.

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