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Overview

Boone Elementary School is an exemplary school in SW Austin that values each child. We strive to provide the highest quality instruction for each child while developing the whole child. Students learn the value of risk-taking and develop the skills and confidence they need for real-world situations. The Creative Learning Initiative provides arts rich strategies to explore and learn new content. Social and Emotional Learning is taught to enhance a child's problem solving skills, develop self-advocacy and executive functioning life skills.  Bilingual and English as a Second Language instruction is provided for students grades Pre3, PK4, K through fifth grade. All teachers at Boone are certified ESL teachers and have received the required 30 hours of GT foundation training.  Boone provides interventions and services to students with special needs, dyslexia, and 504. Our reading specialists and staff provide tutoring, Early Morning Intervention (EMI) and learning labs. Our learning lab provides small group instruction during the day to help develop and reinforce concepts taught in the classrooms. These programs, initiatives, and strategies provide each child success in academics, creative arts, and citizenship.

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Points of Pride

Signature Programs

Student & Family Supports

Child Care DUring the Day

Performance | Demographics

2016 STAAR Passing Rates

2016 Accountability

Met Standard

2016 Distinction Designations

Postsecondary Readiness
Closing Performance Gaps
Academic Achievement: Reading/ELA
Academic Achievement: Science

Source: Texas Education Agency

2016-17 Student Demographics "