About Blanton Elementary

    Grade Levels: PK-5th Grade

    School Mascot: Bears

    School Colors: Orange and Blue

    Board Trustee: Nelson Minyard

    School Day: 7:40-3:20


    Campus Purpose Statement:

    Blanton Elementary is a Pre K-5th grade campus that instills

    five guiding principles in every staff and student:

                                         B elieve in yourself

                                         E mbrace diversity

                                         A chieve greatness

                                         R espect others   

                                                              and reach for the 



    Campus Mission Statement:

    Blanton Elementary fosters a learning environment through establishing structured systems of collaboration and communication, embracing diversity of others, promoting a positive foundational belief in the social, emotional, and academic well being of every student, and ensuring ALL students receive high quality instruction in every classroom that lays a strong foundation for life-long learning. 


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    I am special and important,

    I will do my best to learn all that I can today.

    I will act in such as way that I will be proud of myself 

    and others will be proud of me, too!

    I will do my part to make Blanton


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    History of Blanton Elementary:

    Annie Webb Blanton (1870-1945) was from a family of early pioneers. A prominent educator in the State of Texas, she started teaching at only 17 years of age. Her career spanned 53 years and included teaching in Pine Spring and Austin, Texas. She was elected to the Board of the North Texas State Normal College, which is now Texas A&M University-Commerce. Blanton was a major promoter for women’s' rights and founded the Delta Kappa Gamma Society, which now has chapters in every state of the union. The organization's motto is "Cooperation for the good of all." Blanton was the first woman elected as president of the Texas State Teacher's Association and served as vice president of the National Education Association for three terms.