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    Cypress Fairbanks ISD Elementary Schools

    About Cypress-Fairbank ISD

    Throughout the history of Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, a hearty serving of academic basics has always been stressed. It serves 116,512 students in Pre-kindergarten through 12th grade across 91 campuses. Their vision is held with the acronym, “LEAD” (Learn. Empower. Achieve. Dream).

    District Mission Statement: We will maximize every student’s potential through rigorous and relevant learning experiences preparing students to be 21st-century global leaders.

    Click here to visit the district’s website. Click here to view the school zones for each elementary school.

    Adam Elementary School

    Campus Goals: The Adam community puts kids first by building strong relationships through an engaging learning environment that is positive, challenging, and fun. We believe encouragement, patience, high expectations, and quality instruction will lead to the academic success of all our students.

    B.F. Adam Elementary School opened its doors in 1972. It is located on Honey Grove Lane, near Highway 290. It was named after Mr. Adam, a successful businessman and community leader in the Cypress area. Mr. Adam was born in Cypress and served 24 years on the board of education. 

    To visit Adam Elementary School’s website, click here. To view where you can purchase a home zoned to Adam Elementary School, click here.

    Andre’ Elementary School

    Andre’ Elementary School opened its doors in 2006 . It was named after Woodie Coker Andre’, who spent 26 years working for CFISD. Andre’ Elementary School is located on a 12-acre site located on Fry and Longenbaugh Road. 

    To visit Andre’ Elementary School’s website, click here or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Andre’ Elementary School.

    Ault Elementary School

    Ault Elementary School opened its doors in 1994. It is located near Maple Village Park in Cypress, in the Fairfield area. It was named after Norma Sanders Ault, a principal who retired from CFISD in 1995. 

    To visit Ault Elementary School’s website, click here or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Ault Elementary School.

    Bane Elementary School

    Mission Statement: It is the purpose and mission of Bane Elementary to provide all students with an educational program which will allow each student to develop to his/her maximum ability, to be a responsible citizen and contributing member of society. The instructional program provides opportunities for the development and welfare of the whole child through the following areas of human experiences: basic skills, health, consumer skills, aesthetic and personal values, cultural relationships, family life and citizenship.

    Bane Elementary School is located off of Highway 290 near the Fairbanks/Northwest Crossing. It is named after J.F. Bane, who came to Fairbanks in 1913 and “traded” the community’s outgrown one-room school on its narrow strip of land bordering the railroad tracks for the present location of Bane Elementary School. 

    To visit Bane Elementary School’s website, click here or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Bane Elementary School.

    Bang Elementary School

    Campus Goals: Ensure that students’ competence reaches or exceeds grade-level standards in all content areas. Maintain a safe and disciplined environment conducive to student learning and employee effectiveness. Ensure that students understand the importance of attending school regularly.

    Bang Elementary School is located in the Jersey Village area near the Wyndham Lake subdivision. It was named after Ramona Schmidt Bang, who had a distinguished career as a secretary before being named supervisor in CFISD’s Business Department. 

    Click here to visit Bang Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Bang Elementary School.

    Birkes Elementary School

    Birkes Elementary School opened its doors in 2003. It is located on Queenston Boulevard, near the subdivision of Copper Village. It was named after Barbara Warren Birkes, who retired in 1994 as principal of Jowell Elementary School after spending 30 years with CFISD. 

    Click here to visit Birkes Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Birkes Elementary School.

    Black Elementary School

    Black Elementary School is located on Grant Road, near the Village of Indian Trails subdivision. It was named after Royce Black, who spent 33 years as an educator with CFISD before retiring in 2005.

    Click here to visit Black Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Black Elementary School. 

    Copeland Elementary School

    Mission Statement: Copeland’s mission is to cultivate lifelong learners one individual at a time.

    Copeland Elementary School opened its doors in 1992. The Cypress-Fairbanks Board of Trustees has a proud tradition of naming schools in honor of individuals who have contributed significantly to the school district and its students. Mr. William C. Copeland was this kind of employee. He spent nearly three decades of service as the Tax Assessor and Collector. The school currently serves students in Pre-K to 5th grade. The school promotes academic excellence in an environment that embraces individual differences.

    Click here to visit Copeland Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Copeland Elementary School.

    Danish Elementary School

    Danish Elementary School opened its doors in 2005. It is located on Fallbrook Drive near the Wortham Landing subdivision. It was named after retired principal, Thomas M. Danish, who spent 22 years with CFISD prior to his retirement in 2003. 

    Click here to visit Danish Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Danish Elementary School.

    Duryea Elementary School

    Vision Statement: EVERY CHILD, EVERY CHANCE, EVERY DAY!

    Priorities for School Improvement:

    • Deep Reading/Compelling Writing
    • Student Safety/Positive Behavior
    • Strong Problem Solving
    • Hands On Science
    • Integrated Technology/Engaging Instruction
    • Higher Level Thinking
    • Parent Involvement

    Duryea Elementary School opened its doors in 2004. It is located on Arbor Creek Drive near the Estates of Highland Creek. It is named after Peggy Duryea, who was a teacher and team leader at multiple campuses, a counselor at Millsap Elementary, a principal at Moore Elementary and Dean Intermediate, a personnel manager, assistant to the superintendent and associate superintendent for school administration and human resources before retiring in June 2002.

    Click here to visit Duryea Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Duryea Elementary School.

    Emery Elementary School

    Mission Statement: Emery Elementary will encourage and challenge all students in an individualized, positive, and secure environment where students are engaged and motivated to learn, so that they can live and work successfully in an ever-changing society.

    Emery Elementary School opened its doors in 2010. It is located on Plantation Myrtles Drive, near the subdivision of Bear Creek Glen. It was named after Dr. Debbie Emery, who retired in 2008 after coming to CFISD in 1978. 

    Click here to visit Emery Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Emery Elementary School.

    Emmott Elementary School

    Vision Statement: The Emmott community commits to developing successful, life-long learners in a safe and supportive environment.

    Emmott Elementary School opened its doors in 1985. It is located on Steeple Way Boulevard, near the Trails at Eldridge Parkway subdivision. It was named after Mr. and Mrs. Jack Emmott. Mr. Emmott had been a respected member of the CFISD board of trustees for 21 years. 

    Click here to visit Emmott Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Emmott Elementary School.

    Farney Elementary School

    Mission Statement: Farney Elementary promotes achievement levels that reflect high expectations, positive attitudes, teamwork, and respect for differences. Nurtured by staff, parents, and the community, students experience a well-balanced curriculum and a challenging learning environment. Parent involvement is valued as an avenue to ensure student success and a sense of community.

    Campus Goals

    • Maintain high expectations for students-that they will demonstrate exemplary performance in their reading and writing of the English language and in their understanding of mathematics, science, and social studies.
    • Improve the academic outcomes of students in special populations (such as Limited English Proficient, gifted/talented, and special education) by implementing curricula designed to meet their needs.
    • Ensure students’ literacy by making certain that all students can read and write on grade level or above by the end of third grade and every year thereafter.
    • Ensure students’ competence by making certain that they reach or exceed grade level standards in math, science, and social studies by the end of third grade and every year thereafter.
    • Maximize student attendance and completion rates by remedying situations causing absenteeism and by reducing dropouts (psychological as well as physical).
    • Motivate students to strive for physical and emotional fitness and to embrace a drug-free lifestyle.
    • Close the achievement gap between at -risk and non-at-risk students by elevating expectations of their performance, accelerating their academic growth, and varying the strategies used in their instruction.

    Farney Elementary School opened its doors in 2000. It is located in the Cypress Point subdivision on Barker Cypress, near Spring Cypress Road. It was named after Jane Farney, who spent 20 years in CFISD as principal at Lowery and Hamilton Elementary Schools. 

    Click here to visit Farney Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Farney Elementary School.

    Fiest Elementary School

    Mission Statement: Absolutely. Positively. Kids First!

    Fiest Elementary school opened its doors in 1989. It is located on Pine Falls Drive, near the Copperfield Northmead Village. Fiest Elementary School was named in honor of Bernice Fiest, an educator who devoted 37 years of service to the young people of Texas and was certified by the state in seven areas of education. The school currently serves students in Pre-K to 5th grade. 

    Click here to visit Fiest Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Fiest Elementary School. 

    Francone Elementary School

    Campus Goals: Francone Elementary strives to create a school where ALL students are acknowledged, valued and respected. All children are enriched by having the opportunity to develop a sense of belonging, to learn from one another, grow to care for one another, and gain the attitudes, skills and values necessary for a successful community environment. Success occurs through our commitment to provide each child appropriate educational opportunities and support, regardless of race, socioeconomic status, cultural background or physical disabilities.

    Francone Elementary School opened its doors in 1978. It is located on Perry Road, near the Harvest Bend subdivision. Francone Elementary School is named after two brothers, Frank and John Francone. John Francone began his career as a custodian in the district at what was then called the Fairbanks Elementary School, since replaced by Bane Elementary School. He remained on the Bane/Dean campus throughout his career. Frank Francone began his service as a mechanic in 1950, when the district owned less than a dozen buses. Together both brothers had 70+ years of service to Cy-Fair ISD. 

    Click here to visit Francone Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Francone Elementary School.

    Frazier Elementary School

    Mission Statement: Frazier Elementary School will provide learning experiences and opportunities in an enriched, safe environment that will develop the characteristics found in the Portrait of the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD Graduate. Each of our students will become:

    • an effective communicator
    • a competent problem – solver
    • a self-directed learner
    • a responsible citizen, and
    • a quality producer.

    Vision: Frazier Elementary School will be an exemplary school dedicated to the philosophy of continuous improvement towards quality in all aspects of educating our children to live successfully in our dynamic world. In this quest for quality, our school goals reflect site-based decision-making of many committees and groups including, but not limited to the CIP and CPOC.

    Frazier Elementary School opened its doors in 1982. It is located on Little River Road, near Westbank. It is named after Lucile Frazier, who was the secretary to the former superintendent, Allen Labay and the Board of Trustees. 

    Click here to view Frazier Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Frazier Elementary School.

    Gleason Elementary School

    Campus Goals: To maximize student achievement for every child each day.

    Vision: All students will learn well and will be successful academically and socially.

    Gleason Elementary School opened its doors in 2000.  It is located on Willowbridge Park Boulevard, near the subdivision of Westbridge. It was named after Margaret Moore Gleason, who spent 33 years at CFISD as a teacher and principal. 

    Click here to visit Gleason Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Gleason Elementary School.

    Hairgrove Elementary School

    Hairgrove Elementary School opened its doors in 1991. It is located on North Eldridge Parkway, near the subdivision of Eldridge Crossing. Hairgrove Elementary School was named after Jewel Roper Hairgrove, who began her career in public education at CFISD in 1966. She served as a counselor, dean of students, grade-level principal, and director of guidance and counseling.

    Click here to visit Hairgrove Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Hairgrove Elementary School.

    Hamilton Elementary School

    Campus Goals: The priority goals for Hamilton Elementary are student growth and development and closing the achievement gap so that all students achieve their full educational potential. In addition, we strive to develop student competencies identified in the “Portrait of a CFISD Graduate” which are: an effective communicator, competent problem-solver, self-directed learner, responsible citizen, and quality producer. We focus on providing a safe, learning environment for our students and one in which our parents feel welcomed and involved.

    Hamilton Elementary School opened its doors in 1990. It is located on Old Kluge Road, near the subdivision of Great Oaks Estates. Hamilton Elementary School is named after Fred and Louise Hamilton, who served 52 years at CFISD together. Fred was the science department chairman at Cy-Fair High School, and Louise was the social studies department chairwoman at Cy-Creek High School and Arnold, and Bleyl Middle Schools.

    Click here to visit Hamilton Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Hamilton Elementary School.

    Hancock Elementary School

    Campus Mission: Through teamwork, we are committed to fostering:

    Healthy 

    Achievers

    Working for

    Knowledge and

    Success

    Campus Goals:

    • To maintain a school environment that promotes individual and team independence, to internalize campus goals for the betterment of student achievement, and to continue proactivity toward change.
    • Ensure that students understand the importance of attending school regularly to increase the Average Daily Attendance (ADA) to 97% and beyond.
    • Ensure that students’ competence meets or exceeds grade-level standards in Science.
    • Ensure that students’ competence meets or exceeds grade-level standards in Math.
    • Ensure that students’ competence meets or exceeds grade-level standards in Reading/Language Arts/Writing.
    • Ensure that students’ competence meets or exceeds grade-level standards in Social Studies.

    Hancock Elementary School opened its doors in 1973. It is located on Schroeder Road, near the subdivision of Prestonwood Forest. It is named in honor of T.S. Hancock, who served as a teacher, coach, and administrator in CFISD for 19 years. 

    Click here to visit Hancock Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Hancock Elementary School.

    Hemmenway Elementary School

    Campus Goals: Hemmenway Elementary provides appropriately challenging learning experiences for all students. Emphasis is placed on developing problem-solving, critical, and creative thinking skills. Citizenship and self-responsibility are key objectives in the social / emotional development of our students. Parents, as partners in their child’s education, are vital for our continued success.

    Hemmenway Elementary School opened its doors in 2008. It is located on West Little York Road, near FM 529. Hemmenway Elementary School is named after John EdwardHemmenway, who spent 31 years in education at CFISD.  He was the first middle school choir director in the district. He served in that position for 30 years at Arnold Middle School and one year at Goodson Middle School.

    Click here to visit Hemmenway Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Hemmenway Elementary School.

    Holmsley Elementary School

    Vision: At Holmsley Elementary, we do “Whatever It Takes” to develop successful and productive lifelong learners.

    Holmsley Elementary School opened its doors in 1985. The school is named after Tom J. Holmsley, who began his 18-year stint on the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD Board of Education in 1964. During that period, he held the offices of president, vice president, and secretary. The school currently serves students in Pre-K to 5th grade.

    Click here to visit Holmsley Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Holmsley Elementary School.

    Hoover Elementary School (PK-2)

    Hoover Elementary School opened its doors in 2017, It is located on Greenhouse Road, near Bear Creek Plantation. It is named after Janet Hoover, who spent 36 years with CFISD and retired in 2010. 

    Click here to visit Hoover Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Hoover Elementary School. 

    Horne Elementary School

    Campus Goals: Horne Elementary provides appropriately challenging learning experiences for all students. Emphasis is placed on developing problem-solving, critical, and creative thinking skills. Citizenship and self-responsibility are key objectives in the social / emotional development of our students. Parents, as partners in their child’s education, are vital for our continued success.

    Horne Elementary School opened its doors in 1978. It is located on West Little York Road, near the subdivision of Concord Colony. It is named after Magdalene Horne, who served 36 years with CFISD. Mrs. Horne gave the school a legacy of excellence and a dedication to the belief that children are our future.

    Click here to view Horne Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Horne Elementary School.

    Jowell Elementary School (3-5)

    Jowell Elementary School opened its doors in 1986. It is located on Greenhouse Road, near Bear Creek Plantation. Jowell Elementary School was named after Wanda McCain Jowell, who was a long time area resident, a Cy-Fair High School graduate, and a Cypress-Fairbanks ISD School Board Member for twenty-one years. 

    Click here to visit Jowell Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Jowell Elementary School.

    Keith Elementary School

    Campus Goals: Keith Elementary is a caring community which promotes academic excellence, fosters social and emotional growth, and promotes healthy lifestyles for all students. Students’ behavior will exemplify respect for others, accountability for actions and good citizenship. Our goal is to provide children educational opportunities to insure that each child becomes a contributing and responsible member of society in the 21st century.

    Keith Elementary School opened its doors in 2004. It is located on Fairfield Green, near the Fairfield Village subdivision. Keith Elementary School was named after Gwen Keith, who was a teacher at Holbrook Elementary and Arnold Junior High, an elementary science coordinator and a team leader at Millsap and Adam elementary schools, and an assistant principal at Lowery. She opened Frazier Elementary as its principal and later became principal of Campbell Middle School before retiring in June 2002.

    Click here to visit Keith Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Keith Elementary School.

    Kirk Elementary School

    Campus Goals:  Every child at Kirk is a masterpiece in the making. The Kirk staff is committed to creating a stimulating learning environment to prepare our students to be the champions of the twenty-first century. We want to do the right things consistently, accelerate our students’ learning and create an atmosphere much like a loving home.

    Kirk Elementary School opened its doors in 2000. It is located on Tanner Road, near the Lakes on Eldridge subdivision. It is named after Ms. Kirk, who taught in CFISD for 28 years. She taught home economics at Cy-Fair High School and life science at Dean and Cook Middle School before she retired in May, 1994. 

    Click here to visit Kirk Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Kirk Elementary School. 

    Lamkin Elementary School

    Campus Goals: Inherent in the belief that all children have the right to experience success, Lamkin’s mission is to provide an environment that is conducive to the development of intellectual, physical, social, and emotional growth which will insure progress toward all children becoming responsible individuals prepared to meet the demands of an increasingly complex society.

    Lamkin Elementary School opened its doors in 1970. It is located on Telge Road, near Highway 290. It’s history traces back to 1884, when a small one-room schoolhouse, known as Cypress Schoolhouse, No.2, Dist. 6, was built. Once the elementary and high school students were provided their own school facilities, the school was renamed Lamkin Elementary School. It was named after Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Lamkin, Jr. Mr. Lamkin was appointed superintendent of CFISD in 1947 and served nine years as principal of Fairbanks Elementary School.

    Click here to view Lamkin Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Lamkin Elementary School.

    Lee Elementary School

    Campus Goals: Lee is a campus that exists to create a legacy that shapes the educational foundation of every child. We will never take this obligation for granted.

    Lee Elementary School opened its doors in 2005. It is located on West Little York Road, near the Mckendree Park subdivision. Lee Elementary School is named after LaFaye Johnson Lee, who spent all of her 35 years as an educator with CFISD. 

    Click here to visit Lee Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Lee Elementary School. 

    Lieder Elementary School

    Campus Goals: Lieder Elementary focuses on the diversity and strengths of all students. We believe every child has the ability to succeed.

    Lieder Elementary School opened its doors in 1977. It is located on Kieth Harrow Boulevard, near the subdivision of Bear Creek Farms. Lieder Elementary School is named after twos.pioneers in the Cypress-Fairbanks area, Herman and Marie Lieder. Mr. Lieder was born in a home on which the present Cy-Fair High School stands. Mrs. Lieder was born in the Neudorf District which now is part of Cypress-Fairbanks ISD. The husband and wife team had a total of 54 years of service to the District before retiring.

    Click here to visit Lieder Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Lieder Elementary School. 

    Lowery Elementary School

    Mission Statement: Our commitment is to empower every student to reach their academic, behavioral, and emotional potential as measured by state, district, and individual standards. We will provide a comprehensive system of accountability and support to assure the success of all Lowery students. Through a safe environment, we will promote the development of respect, responsibility, and citizenship.

    Lowery Elementary School opened its doors in 1981. Lowery Elementary School honors Mr. and Mrs. M.O. Lowery. The family farmed the area known as “Middlegate” in the Copperfield Subdivision. Mr. Lowery served the community in various civic organizations in addition to serving as a member of the Cypress Fairbanks ISD Board of Trustees. The school serves students in Pre-K to 5th grade. The school is committed to providing an encouraging, challenging, enriching and safe environment for all students. Their goal is to give each child the tools needed to be a successful and responsible citizen in their community, their country, and their world.

    Click here to visit Lowery Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Lowery Elementary School. 

    Matzke Elementary School

    Campus Goals: The goal at Matzke is to help each child be a happy, productive, and informed citizen. This goal is achieved as staff, parents, and community work together to establish an environment which promotes high expectations and academic growth.

    Matzke Elementary School opened its doors in 1965. It is located on Mills Road, near the subdivision of Mills Walk. Matzke Elementary School is named after a beloved first-grade teacher, Ernestine Matzke, who’s teaching career spanned 44 years with CFISD. Before the consolidation of the Cypress and Fairbanks school systems, Ms. Matzke was responsible for many rural schools joining the Cypress school district.

    Click here to visit Matzke Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Matzke Elementary School.

    McFee Elementary School

    Vision:  Learn. Empower. Achieve. Dream. LEAD

    McFee Elementary School opened its doors in 2007. It is located on Plantation Cove Lane, near the Plantation Lakes subdivision. It is named after Patti Becker McFee, who worked in the district for 28 years as a paraprofessional in human resources. 

    Click here to visit McFee Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to McFee Elementary School.

    Metcalf Elementary School

    Mission Statement

    • One school, one purpose; to provide academic success for every student.
    • Understanding at Metcalf Elementary we do whatever it takes to help our students succeed!

    Campus Goals: Students’ academic performance and achievement level will reflect excellence in learning and attainment of both high expectations and high standards. Students’ behavior will exemplify the skills, attitudes, and/or practices characteristic of productive, community-minded adults; citizenship, self-esteem, respect for others, accountability for actions, and healthful lifestyles.

    Metcalf Elementary School opened its doors in 1990. It was named after June and Roy Metcalf, who served in CFISD for a total of 65 years as educators and administrators. 

    Click here to visit Metcalf Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Metcalf Elementary School.

    Millsap Elementary School

    Campus Goals: Our goal is for students to have the opportunity to grow intellectually, physically, emotionally and socially. Each one is a unique individual whose differences and commonalities will be respected and celebrated.

    Millsap Elementary School opened its doors in 1976. It is located on Huffmeister Road, near the Cypress Creek Plaza. Millsap Elementary School was named in honor of the district’s first superintendent, E.A. Millsap, who was instrumental in consolidating the Cypress and Fairbanks school districts into one system.

    Click here to view Millsap Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Millsap Elementary School.

    Moore Elementary School

    Campus Goals:

    • Develop lifelong learners and academic success for all students.
    • Develop responsible behavior and decision making in all students.
    • Develop parent and community involvement to support school efforts.

    Moore Elementary School opened its doors in 1979. It is located on Lakewood Forest Drive, near the Lakewood West subdivision. It is named after Les and Bettie Moore, who dedicated a combined total of 44 years to CFISD. Mr. Moore was the first full-time guidance counselor for Cy-Fair High School and the first director of the district. Mrs. Moore began her teaching career with CFISD at Bane Elementary School, where she was selected “Teacher of the Year” in 1973.

    Click here to visit Moore Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Moore Elementary School.

    Owens Elementary School

    Mission Statement: Owens Elementary School will foster scholars who achieve at their highest level through engaging instruction, high expectations and a community of trust and respect.

    Vision Statement: All learners believe in their power to succeed and own their future.

    Owens Elementary School opened its doors in 1983. It is located on Jackrabbit Road, near Hearthstone Park. Owens Elementary School is named after Eleanor and Carl M. Owens who collectively devoted 85 years of service to children in public schools of the State of Texas. 

    Click here to visit Owens Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Owens Elementary School.

    Pope Elementary School

    Pope Elementary School opened its doors in 2013. It is located on Bridgeland Lake Parkway, in the Bridgeland community. Pope Elementary School is named after Margie Sue Pope, who retired from CFISD in 2004 after 18 1/2 years with the school district.

    Click here to visit Pope Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Pope Elementary School.

    Post Elementary School

    Campus Goals: It is the purpose and mission of Post Elementary, in a joint effort with faculty, staff, and parents, to provide all children an education which promotes academic, social, moral, physical, and emotional growth. We are firmly committed to establishing an environment whereby every child receives support and encouragement in fostering a healthy self-concept and which confirms our belief that all children can learn. It is our expectation that providing children with this educational opportunity will help insure that each child will become a contributing and responsible member of society.

    Post Elementary School opened its doors in 1960. It is located on Equador Street, near the Reserve at Woodwind Lakes subdivision. Post Elementary School is named after Ernest Stephen Post, who served on the Board of Trustees of the school district for 26 years. He came to the Fairbanks area in 1917 and was a member of the Fairbanks school district when it consolidated to form what is now known as Cypress-Fairbanks ISD.

    Click here to visit Post Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Post Elementary School.

    Reed Elementary School

    Campus Goals: Reed Elementary is a child-centered environment. We build on strengths, respect differences, promote high expectations and are dedicated to the development of independent life-long learners. We are focusing on Capturing Kids Hearts, providing a safe learning environment for our students and one in which our parents feel welcome.

    Mission Statement: The mission of the Reed Elementary School Counseling Department to provide a comprehensive school counseling program that addresses the academic, career, personal, and social development of all students in a safe and nurturing environment.

    Reed Elementary School opened its doors in 1991. It is located on Tami Renee Lane, near the subdivision of Rolling Fork. Reed Elementary School was named after Dolores and Raymond Reed. Dolores came to Cypress-Fairbanks ISD in September 1963 and Raymond in 1964. Both were teachers. Later, Dolores became one of the first elementary librarians, and Raymond became the District’s first maintenance and transportation director.

    Click here to visit Reed Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Reed Elementary School.

    Rennell Elementary School

    Rennell Elementary School opened its doors in 2010. It is located on Tuckerton Road, near the subdivision of Cypress Creek Lakes. It was named after Betty Cody Rennell, who spent 28 years working for CFISD prior to her retirement in 2006. 

    Click here to visit Rennell Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Rennell Elementary School.

    M. Robinson Elementary School

    1. Robinson Elementary School opened its doors in 2008. It is located on Westfield Village Drive, near The Meadows at Westfield Village subdivision. M. Robinson Elementary School was named after Marie Williams Robinson, who worked in the district for 33 years as a school nurse and director of health services. 

    Click here to visit M, Robinson Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to M. Robinson Elementary School.

    A. Robison Elementary School

    Campus Goals: Robison Elementary School will ensure our students reach their fullest emotional, social and academic potential in a positive and safe learning environment.

    Robison Elementary School opened its doors in 2003. It is located on Robison Woods Road, near the Cyfair Town Center.  A. Robison Elementary School was named after Arlene Robison, who spent 32 years with CFISD.

    Click here to view A. Robison Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to A. Robison Elementary School.

    Sampson Elementary School

    Campus Goals: The mission of Sampson Elementary is to provide a caring community for all children which promotes academic excellence, fosters social and emotional growth, and promotes healthful lifestyles. Students’ behavior will exemplify respect for others, accountability for actions and good citizenship. Our goal is to provide children with the educational opportunities to insure that each child becomes a contributing and responsible member of society.

    Sampson Elementary School opened its doors in 2002. It is located on Coles Crossing Drive North, near the Coles Crossing subdivision. It is named after Nancy Marsh Sampson, who worked for CFISD for 32 years as a teacher and principal. 

    Click here to visit Sampson Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Sampson Elementary School.

    Sheridan Elementary School

    Campus Goals: To foster a positive and friendly atmosphere where students are encouraged to become independent learners and staff are motivated to reach their full potential so that Sheridan graduates will be successful responsible citizens.

    Sheridan Elementary School opened its doors in 1992. It is located on Kieth Harrow Boulevard, near the subdivision of Windstone Colony. It is named after Mrs. Sheridan, who served 38 years with CFISD as a principal. She was the first principal to open a school named in her honor. Sheridan Elementary School operated under her guidance until her death in 1995.

    Click here to visit Sheridan Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Sheridan Elementary School.

    Swenke Elementary School

    Swenke Elementary School opened its doors in 2009. It is located on Fairfield Place, near the Lakes of Fairhaven subdivision. Swenke Elementary School was named after Deanna Swenke, who retired as the Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction in June 2008 after 38 years with CFISD. 

    Click here to visit Swenke Elementary School’s website or click here to view where you can purchase a home zoned to Swenke Elementary School.

    Tipps Elementary School

    Tipps Elementary School opened its doors in 2003. It is located on Queenston Boulevard, near the subdivision of Windsong. Tipps Elementary School was named after Jane Maloy Tipps, who was a counselor and principal who dedicated 29 years to CFISD.

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    Walker Elementary School

    Campus Goals: The community of Walker Elementary is dedicated to creating an atmosphere in which students, parents, and teachers work collaboratively to build the foundation that supports each child in achieving his/her full potential. This environment promotes learning opportunities that enable our students to become effective communicators, competent problem solvers, self-directed learners, responsible citizens, and quality producers.

    Walker Elementary School opened its doors in 2000. It is located on Settlers Village Drive, at the intersection of Fry Road and FM 529, near the subdivision of Lakeville. Walker Elementary School was named after Sandra Bales Walker, who served as a secretary for the district for 25 years. 

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    Warner Elementary School

    Campus Goals: The staff, students, and parents at Warner Elementary work as a team to create a learning environment that will allow our students to become: effective communicators, competent problem-solvers, self-directed learners, quality producers, and responsible citizens.

    Warner Elementary School opened its doors in 2007. It is located on Warner Smith Boulevard, near Cypress Ranch High School. Warner Elementary School is named after Bob and Bobbie Warner. Bob spent 30 years working for CFISD as a teacher, swim coach, assistant principal, and principal. Bobbie spent 29 years working for CFISD as a P.E. teacher, swim coach, coordinating counselor, and director of testing and research.

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    Wells Elementary School

    Wells Elementary School opened its doors in 2017. It is located on Mason Road in Cypress. Wells Elementary School was named after Jim and Pam Wells, who spent a combined 66 years with CFISD. This school is a part of an educational village that was designed in conjunction with Bridgeland High School.

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    Willbern Elementary School

    Mission Statement: The community of Willbern comes together to create a safe, positive, learning environment where all members are challenged, respected, and valued as individuals with unique talents. Through support and motivation, everyone obtains the tools necessary to be successful, lifelong learners.

    Willbern Elementary School opened its doors in 1992. It is located on Goodspring Drive, near the subdivision of Harvest Bend Meadow. Willbern Elementary School is named after T.A. “Bubba” Willbern, who served as a coach, teacher, and administrator for 40 years. 

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    Wilson Elementary School

    Pledge: We, the children, parents, and staff of Peggy Wilson Elementary are united in the pursuit of excellence. We are a child-centered school that accepts responsibility for the development of life-long learners.

    Wilson Elementary School opened its doors in 1983. It is located on Kieth Harrow Boulevard, near Barker Cypress Road. It is named after Peggy Wilson, who devoted 22 years to CFISD as a secretary at Cy-Fair High School and secretary to the superintendent of schools. 

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    Woodard Elementary School

    Woodard Elementary School opened its doors in 2015. It is located on Cypress North Houston Road, near the subdivision of Riata West. Woodard Elementary School is named after Sadie Woodard, who retired from CFISD in 2008 after 39 years with the district. 

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    Yeager Elementary School

    Mission Statement: In partnership with families and the community, Yeager staff members establish high academic standards and behavioral expectations for all students. Yeager is committed to treating all students as individuals by building their self-esteem, enhancing their creativity, and encouraging them to make healthy lifestyle choices. We provide a safe, nurturing, motivating, and disciplined environment where students become lifelong learners impacting their families, communities, country, and world in a productive and positive way.

    Yeager Elementary School opened its doors in 1975. It is located on Champion Forest Drive, near the subdivision of Champions Colony. Yeager Elementary School was named after Mr. and Mrs. Yeager, who both began teaching for CFISD in 1949. 

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