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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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Upcoming Events

Summer Reading Contest

Location: www.myon.com Student ID# is their username. Lowercase s and ID # is the password. Top 6 students in MCISD will win a Kindle Fire Tablet
Jul 23

Summer Reading Contest

Location: www.myon.com Student ID# is their username. Lowercase s and ID # is the password. Top 6 students in MCISD will win a Kindle Fire Tablet
Jul 30

Summer Reading Contest

Location: www.myon.com Student ID# is their username. Lowercase s and ID # is the password. Top 6 students in MCISD will win a Kindle Fire Tablet
Aug 6

Summer Reading Contest

Location: www.myon.com Student ID# is their username. Lowercase s and ID # is the password. Top 6 students in MCISD will win a Kindle Fire Tablet
Aug 13

Summer Reading Contest

Location: www.myon.com Student ID# is their username. Lowercase s and ID # is the password. Top 6 students in MCISD will win a Kindle Fire Tablet
Aug 20

Meet the Teacher Night

Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Location: Come and meet your child's teachers for the 2018-2019 school year!
Aug 21
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Our Vision: Mission CISD will prepare and inspire all students to be equipped to excel in the college and career of their choice, dominate 21st century skills in leadership, knowledge, language, and technology to compete in a global economy and serve as successful citizens in their community.

News & Announcements

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MCISD Summer Reading Challenge

The top 6 students who have the most Completed Books using MyOn will win an Amazon Fire Tablet. The challenge runs May 26 - August 26. We know our Mims students can be big winners in this contest. Click here to access MyOn. Student ID# is their username, lower case s and ID # make up the password. Happy Reading!
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ReadQuest - Summer Reading

Renaissance Learning has some great summer reading ideas. Click here to for Bingo games, bookmarks, and reading activity calendars for June and July! Enjoy!
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Mims Elementary Named to Renaissance National Honor Roll

Mims earned this distinction by guiding students in effective implementation of Reading Renaissance Accelerated Reader. This program has led students to meet or exceed data targets that research shows leads to significant student growth. We are so proud of our students and staff for accomplishment.

2017 Federal Report Cards

2017 Federal Report Cards for state, district and campuses are now available on the TEA's website. Click here to access them.
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MyOn Reading Contest

May 1 - 22 The one student who spends the most time reading using MyOn during this time will win an Amazon Fire Tablet. Happy Reading to all. Congratulations to 4th grader, Gabriella Pena, for winning this contest!!

Fast Facts

  • Open enrollment full-day pre-K
  • 1,076 Professional Certifications Earned by Students
  • 12,000 College hours earned by class of 2017
  • Robotics Programs compete Nationally