Mims Elementary School

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Upcoming Events

First Day of School

Book titled Back to School, with apple Date: 8/28/2017
"Kindle" Your Summer Reading

MyOn Logo Date: 8/31/2017
Location: Our summer reading contest using MyOn ends today. How many hours have you read this summer?

Principal's Message

Mims Elementary is committed to the belief that teachers, administrators, parents, and students work together to provide students the best educational program possible. To afford students this opportunity, the instructional program must provide students sufficient skills, knowledge and wisdom to think for themselves and become problem-solvers. It is our belief that the instructional program must be evaluated and assessed on a continuous basis. Our success can only be measured by our end product: Well-rounded students who will continue to work diligently and become productive citizens.

We also believe that for our campus to be successful, we must recognize the emotional and social needs of all students. The instructional program will place emphasis on increasing student achievement, thereby increasing their sense of self-worth, allowing them to be responsible for their actions.

We will achieve high student success through collaborative decision-making, active parental involvement, continuous staff development and instructional improvement, self-esteem enhancement, attendance of all participants, and commitment to a total quality education.

Best Regards,
Yvonne R. Zamora
Mims Elementary Principal

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Preparing Students for College, Careers and Life

Principal and guest visiting students in classroom.
Principal for a Day - Mrs. Rodriguez
Kinder students dressed in festive clothing.
Smiling picture of student in library.
First to Read a Million Plus Words
PreK students shopping at Mustangville WalMart.
Shopping in Mustangville
Group of students reading a poem together.
UIL Spanish Oral Readers
Mims Mustang logo.
Five students sitting at library table.
Batttle of the Bluebonnet Team 2017
Group picture of students smiling.
UIL Spellers
Group picture students with Mustangville PD shirts, with Mission police officers and school administrators.
Mustangville Police Department
Group picture of students with high school volleyball players.
VMHS Volleyball Team Visiting 4th Grade
Coach Salazar and Coach Warren.
Students smiling with writing samples .
UIL Creative Writers
Group picture of second graders in recylcing attire.
Mustangville Recyclers
Six students holding a Mims banner in front of a float.
2nd Place in the Parade of Oranges
Students standing in front of scarecrow bulletin board.
UIL Spellers
Fourth grade students typing the Mustangville newspaper on Chromebooks.
Mustang Times
Fives students on the bluebonnet team.
Battle of the Bluebonnets Team 2017
Fifth grade student smiling.
Mustangville Future Teacher
Girls basketball team sitting on bleachers smiling.
1st Place in the District Basketball Tournament!
Students working with robotic kits.
Robotics in Action!
Group picture of Kindergarteners in the library.
The front of MIms Elementary.
Group picture of teachers and student at Book Fair.
Book Fair
Student holding Reading Challenge reading log.
Series of Discovery Challenge - first student to complete the challenge.
Superintendent addressing students.
Mustangville Swearing In Ceremony
Students playing foosball in Mustangville game room.
Mustangville Fun!
Bulletin board showing casing Mustangville sponsers.
Students in a Mustangville store.
Shopping in Mustangville
Group picture of girls volleyball team.
Volleyball Team - 2nd Place in District Tournament!
PreK students dressed in festive clothing.
Students and teacher at Mustangville bank.
IBC Bank Mustangville
Students with backpacks waiting to go home.
Students sitting Honor Society Swearing In Ceremony.
National Elementary Honor Society
Student holding UIL award ribbon.
Student reciting poem to classmates.
UIL Storytelling
Group picture of football players and coaches.
Flag Football Team
PreK students cutting out Mustangville money.
Mustangville  Treasury Department
Boys basketball team with coaches sitting on bleachers smiling.
2nd Place in the District Elementary Basketball Tournament.
Second grade students and teacher eating lunch on stage in cafeteria.
Lunch Time Leaders
Group picture of student cross country team and coach.
Mustang Cross Country Team
Students sitting at library tables working on dictionary skills.
UIL Practice
Students eating lunch in the cafeteria.
Lunch Time Leaders
Student presentation at Mustangville bank.
IBC Bank Mustangville
Mustangville logo banner.
Group picture of kindergarten students with books.
Unity Day -Together Against Bullying

News and Announcements

Summer Reading Books and Assignment

Logo Mission CISD Reads

Each student at Mims selected two books to add to their personal library this summer. Students are asked to complete a short assignment on each that will be returned in the fall for a "surprise" award. Click here if you need copies of the assignments based on current level.

"Kindle" Your Summer Reading

The student in each grade level who reads the most hours using MyOn, May 31 - August 31, will win a Kindle. Students log in using their ID as their username, Capital S ID# is their password. Be sure to close the book. Good Luck!! Happy Reading

Speer Memorial Library Summer Calendar

Kids on books

Visit the public library this summer! Speer Memorial Library has lots of great activities planned to keep everyone reading. Click here to see their calendar of events.

MyOn Digital Libray

MyOn logo.

Our students now have access to the MyOn digital library. Student username: 6 digit ID number Password: Capital letter S and 6 digit ID number.

Renaissance National Roll

National Honor Roll Logo

Mims has been added to the Renaissance Learning National Roll because our students K - 5 read for 30 minutes every day, they pass Accelerated Reader quizzes with an average percent correct above a 90, and they demonstrate growth in reading. Congratulations to all our wonderful readers.

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