Please see below for information and notices related to COVID-19.
DAILY WELLNESS SURVEY
A wellness survey is to be completed by every parent and student daily.
INSTRUCTIONAL CHANGE REQUEST
Use the form below to request a change for a student to move from face-to-face to virtual learning or vice-versa.
All parents, teachers, campus leaders, and students (grades 3-12) are encouraged to take the Modern Learning Survey before March 14, 2021. Parents with multiple AISD students only need to take the survey once.
SHORTHORN FAMILY INVOLVEMENT
What is family involvement you might ask? The National No Child Left Behind sets a guide and it simply states the following: The participation of parents in regular, two-way, meaningful communication involving student academic learning and other school activities. Our programs encourage parents to talk and work with their children regarding school life, show that learning activities can be fun and offer a variety of parent meetings throughout each semester to help provide support tools for your family. We strive to make Short Elementary a safe and comfortable place for both students and their families. Mark your calendar and plan to attend the events and parent meetings we have planned this year.
About Short Elementary
Short Elementary is dedicated to providing a safe environment that empowers learners to achieve their fullest potential. Through student-centered learning, Short Elementary students will become self-directed, life-long learners. Our mission here at Short is to meet students’ cultural and social needs while also providing meaningful, rigorous, and relevant educational experiences that prepare students to contribute to an evolving world while also partnering with educators, parents, and community members to ensure success for all students.
Our vision for every Shorthorn is that we, as educators, empower our students to become responsible and productive citizens while igniting a passion for life-long learning. Our aspirations for all Short Elementary students are for them to excel academically and socially, learn to work collaboratively with others, embrace a growth mindset, and be able to contribute positively to our community.
Core Values at Short Elementary
As a faculty and staff at Short Elementary, we are unwavering in our commitment to consistently approach every person with respect, compassion, integrity, and responsibility. Short Elementary will constantly strive to respectfully serve our students and community while displaying grit, leadership, and integrity in order to safeguard the highest level of achievement for all learners.
- Gifted and Talented
- Pre-Kindergarten (PreK 4, PreK 3)