Welcome to Anderson's Website!
Title 1 Distinguished School for Performance,
2011-2012 / 2012 - 2013
Exemplary School Rating, 2010-2011 / 2009-2010
A TRIBES Learning Community
December is Kindness and Community Service Month at Anderson
Click this link to see how you can help us support our community!
- December 6 Progress Reports
- Dec. 4 - 6 PTO Sponsored Holiday Shop
- December 13 Supper with Santa 6:00
Click here for the order form for Supper with Santa
and information about the PTO Holiday Shop
- December 20 Winter Parties 2:00 pm
- Dec. 23 - Jan 3 Christmas / Winter Holidays
Please Remember: Here are just a few reminders for pick up and drop off.
- Drive safely and courteously around the school at all times.
- Help keep everyone safe and buckle up in both the front and back seats.
- Do not block streets, driveways, intersections or mailboxes.
- Do not use your cell phone in the school zone.
- Students can be dropped off or walk to school beginning at
7:30 am each morning. Breakfast is free for all students and
will be available from 7:30 - 7:55 each day. Classes will begin
promptly at 8:00 am and dismissal will begin at 3:15 pm.
Anderson Elementary is Recognized as a Distinguished Title I School
Anderson Elementary has been recognized by Region IV and the Texas Education Agency for distinguished performance. This is the second consecutive year Anderson has received this recognition. Congratulations to students, staff and families for all your hard work and dedication to provide the best for every student at Anderson Elementary.
For more information click on the following link:
April 19, 2013
Anderson's Library Recieves a Grant!
Ms. McGarry and Anderson recieved a grant from the Spring Education Foundation on April 19. The grant is for $16,500 and will help provide literacy intervention for students to improve reading skills. For more information click the following link:
March 25, 2013
Congressman Ted Poe Visit's Anderson 5th Grade Students
On March 25, 2013, Congressman Ted Poe visited with Anderson's 5th Grade students talking to them about a typical day in Congress, what he enjoys about his position, and the importance of knowing about, understanding the importance of, and participating in government and political systems. For more information about this visit and to see pictures, you can visit Congressman Poe's Facebook page.