* New School Hours:

    GradesPK-2 7:15-2:45

    Grades 3-5 7:25-2:55


    Tardy Bell: 7:35 am

    Breakfast Ends: 8:00 am

    Uniform Information


    Tuesday - Thursday:

    • Tops - solid color collared shirt
    • Bottoms - navy blue or khaki pants, shorts or skirts



    Students may wear jeans  if the student is wearing a college shirt.



    Students may wear jeans if the student is wearing a Stevens Elementary Spirit Shirt.



    School-Wide Free Lunch Program


    Stevens Elementary has been selected as a Community Eligibility Campus (CEP), therefore all students will receive free lunch, but a CEP survey form must be completed.



    *Nuevo horario de clases: 7:25 - 2:50 P.M.



    Segundo Timbre 7:35 a.m.

    (Si llega después del segundo timbre, ha llegado tarde)

    El desayuno concluye a las 8:00 a.m.



    Información sobre los Uniformes

    Camisa o Blusa: colores sólidos con cuello y mangas

    Pantalones - el azul marino  o kaki

    Pantalones cortos o falda pantalón


    El Programa de Comida Gratis

     Una vez más la escuela Stevens fue seleccionada para que todos los alumnos reciban su comida gratis. La única condición que se requiere es que los padres llenen la solicitud apropiada.





     The Stevens SPARK Park is a cooperative venture of Houston ISD and the Stevens parents and students.  The park includes recovered green space, a new sidewalk, relocated play equipment, resurfaced asphalt play area, and wooden decking under the large live oaks trees.    The park was designed by Matt Baumgarten of SWA with assistance from Nelly Fuentes.   The contractor was John Adams.  Volunteers from Total worked with Trees for Houston and planted 55 trees in the park. Another group of Total volunteers painted wooden bookends that will be displayed along the fence line as well as the poles of the basketball pavilion. Volunteers from the Leather Apron Foundation painted poles along the walkway. Art teacher Luzmarie Alvarez created a mural of school supplies, which faces the park and is featured in the 2016 SPARK art calendar.

    The school contributed over $35,000 for their SPARK Park. The Stevens PTO donated over $12,000. Money was raised through donations and events such as a Father/Daughter Dance, Spaghetti Dinner sponsored by Fiesta Club Party, a student/faculty basketball game, family bingo night, and a student penny drive.  A contribution by Justin Harrod, manager of Raising Cane’s on Ella Blvd., was used to purchase three new park benches. Additional funding for the park includes $5,000 from Houston ISD, $5,000 from Commissioner Jack Cagle Harris Co. Pct. 4; $25,000 from The Brown Foundation; and $15,000 from Total. HISD employees helped tremendously in the removal of asphalt, the painting of a temporary building, and the painting of the roof of the basketball pavilion. 

    Alex Pollock from Boy Scout Troop 604 raised funds and led volunteers to install a rock garden that includes native Texas plants to fulfill his Eagle Scout service requirement.  Alex is a sophomore at St. Thomas High School.    Evan Gomez, also from Boy Scout Troop 604, is in the planning and fundraising stage of his Eagle Scout service project, which is for the installation of outdoor lab tables.  Evan is a senior at Waltrip High School. 

    To honor the occasion, State Representative Sylvester Turner will present a Texas flag that has flown over the State Capitol. Congressman Sheila Jackson Lee’s office will present a US flag that flew over the US Capitol. 

    Those helping Stevens principal Jennifer Barrientez dedicate the new SPARK Park are:

                    Office of Sheila Jackson-Lee, U.S. Congressman, District 18

    Sylvester Turner, State Representative, District 139

    Ellen Cohen, Houston City Council, District C

    Rhonda Skillern-Jones, HISD Trustee

    Gaby Valles, Lindsay Bouchet, and Katia Mackintosh - Total

    Matt Baumgarten and Nelly Fuentes - SWA

    SPARK Board