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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

Scholastic Book Fair

Time: 7:45 AM – 3 PM
Location: Arctic Adventure Book Fair in the library.
Jan 27

Scholastic Book Fair

Time: 7:45 AM – 3:30 PM
Location: Arctic Adventure Book Fair in the library.
Jan 28

Book Fair Family Night

Time: 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Location: Visit the Book Fair during Progress Report Night!
Jan 28

Scholastic Book Fair

Time: 7:45 AM – 3:30 PM
Location: Arctic Adventure Book Fair in the library!
Jan 29

News & Announcements

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All City Choir Members Announced

Congratulations to the following 5th grade students for being chosen to be part of the All-City Choir! Destinee Moreno, Andrew Solis, Emma Perez, Evelyn Alaniz, Ethan Vasquez, Elizabeth Salinas and Gunner Salas. The concert will be on February 7, 6:00pm at the Mission High School Auditorium.
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Six Flags Read to Succeed

New this program year, Parents log their child’s reading online! For the 2019-2020 school year the regular reading logs are being REPLACED with eReading Logs. Each classroom, K – 5th, has their own individualized login Code. Parents can use a paper log to keep track of your child’s reading and then enter the information online. Here is how your child can earn a free ticket to Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio. 1. Visit: www.sixflags.com/books 2. Use your teacher’s code (on the logs passed out earlier this year and again this week) to register your child. 3. Keep track of your child’s reading using the paper log. Students must read for at 6 hours or 360 minutes to earn a free ticket. Children may read any book they choose. 4. Record your child’s reading on the eReading Log. All reading must be completed by April 9. 5. Receive a free ticket to Six Flags Fiesta Texas in May.
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Diversity * Continuous Learning
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.

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