Reimagining Education plans for 2020 – 2021 now available

What’s Happening

PTA Springfest 2020 Online Auction
We have been named a Capturing Kids Hearts National Showcase School for the 2019-2020 school year!
WBE AIA Internationa Fair November 9th from 6-8pm
Dual Language Information

Principal’s Corner English

Principal’s Corner Spanish

Please indicate your choice of instructional setting and technology needs for your student on the form below.

A choice form will need to be completed for each student.

The election for your student(s) to continue virtual learning or return to the classroom once our school doors open is TIME SENSITIVE. Please complete your choice form as soon as possible, with all students’ forms being due on August 6.

To take the survey in Español, Tiếng Việt, 中文, or 한국어 please select a language from the drop-down menu on the top right corner of the page.

First day back for 2020-21 school year is Thursday, August 20, 2020

PPCD School supply list

Pre-K School supply list

What happens at our Arts Integration Academy?

Arts integration is an approach to learning in which students construct and demonstrate understanding through art. Together with our campus Dual Language program, which provides students the opportunity to engage multi-language curriculum, students experience the creative process in a way that meets their own unique cultural, social, emotional and intellectual needs.

A list of projects from Bond 2018 that impact our campus can be found on schools Bond Webpage.

Dual Language Programs are those where students are taught literacy and content in two languages. The RRISD Dual Language Program goals are the same for both native English speakers and native Spanish speakers.

In the dual language program, the focus is to transfer language skills to develop bi-literacy and not to transition into one language instruction. In this way, all students become bi-literate, bi-cultural and bilingual.

At Wells Branch Elementary Arts Integration Academy we follow the 90/10 immersion program:

In this model, Prekindergarten and Kinder students are immersed in Spanish for the majority of the instructional day. All students in the program learn to read and write in Spanish first. Every year the student’s English instruction increases and the Spanish instruction decreases until 3rd, 4th and 5th grade where the instruction is 50% in Spanish and 50% in English.

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