Elementary Schools

2018-2019 School Year

  •  anne sullivan elementary school

    17828 Winding Waters Lane 
    Sugar Land, Texas 77479
    281-327-2860

    Riverstone has a new on-site elementary school, Anne Sullivan Elementary School, which opened in August 2016.

    “This school is needed in the community of Riverstone. This community is growing rapidly, and there are many parents who are very excited about seeing this school open,” says Fort Bend ISD Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Charles Dupre.

    As part of Fort Bend ISD, Riverstone residents and students of Anne Sullivan Elementary have access to exemplary academics and a healthy learning environment with the added benefit of being close to home. Anne Sullivan Elementary offers a 21st Century learning environment, complete with innovative technology and teaching strategies. 

    TEA Rating: Met Standard
    School mascot: Dalmation
    School colors: Red, white and black
    Principal: Donna Whisonant

  • austin parkway elementary school

    4400 Austin Parkway
    Sugar Land, TX 77479
    281-634-4001 

    Along with a high level of parental involvement, Austin Parkway Elementary boasts an excellent academic program designed to meet the needs of every student. One of its premier offerings is Reading Recovery, an international program that identifies first-grade students with reading difficulties and then provides them with 20 weeks of intensive, one-on-one instruction. Students also enjoy dedicated art and music instruction, with fourth- and fifth-grade choirs open to young songbirds. 

    Students from this top-performing school, located at Crosslakes Boulevard and Austin Parkway, routinely score high on challenging state-mandated tests.

    TEA Rating: Met Standard
    School mascot: Sailors
    School colors: Red, white and blue
    Principal: Sue Sierra
    Assistant Principal: Audrey Macklin

  • commonwealth elementary school

    4909 Commonwealth Boulevard
    Sugar Land, TX 77479
    281-634-5120

    With students at the heart of every decision, Commonwealth Elementary’s formula of high expectations coupled with a nurturing environment has yielded impressive results for the Fort Bend school.

    An advanced curriculum enhanced by state-of-the-art technology helps students succeed. In addition to a gifted and talented program, other initiatives include multi-sensory grammar, fifth-grade/kindergarten book buddies, electronic bookshelf, art à-la-carte, character education, writer’s workshop, math solutions, mountain math, math problem of the day and more. The school has earned a rating of Met Standard from the Texas Education Agency, with distinctions in all available categories.

    TEA Rating: Met Standard
    Distinctions Earned: Reading/English Language Arts, Math, Science, Student Progress, Closing Performance Gaps and Post Secondary Readiness
    School Mascot: Cougar
    School Colors: Burgundy, green and beige
    Principal: Dr. Latecha Bogle
    Assistant Principals: Cindy Snyder 

  • settlers way elementary school

    3015 Settlers Way Drive
    Sugar Land, TX 77479
    281-634-4360

    As one of Fort Bend’s oldest elementary schools, Settlers Way has a long history of doing it right. Principal Kristi Durham credits the school’s success with strong teacher instruction and the ability to meet the needs of a diverse student population.

    “Our guiding philosophy is that every student can learn,” she said. “We work to provide a motivating, challenging learning environment that meets the needs of all students, regardless of learning style.” 

    Settlers Way teachers are experts at differentiated instruction, which presents information in a variety of ways for a variety of students – hands-on, auditory and visual learners. Many Settlers Way teachers have made a career-long commitment to the school, which enjoys minimal employee turnover. Many teachers have been there for nearly 20 years.

    Embracing its mission of concentrating on the many facets of a child’s development, Settlers Way offers an array of extracurricular activities, including choir for fourth- and fifth-graders, a chess club and a Bluebonnet after-school reading program for all students. 

    TEA Rating: Met Standard
    Distinction Earned: Reading/English Language Arts
    School Mascot: Hot air balloon
    School Colors: Red, white and blue
    Principal: Rachel Rosier
    Assistant Principal: Brenda Perkins

 

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