Pease Elementary School
Pease Elementary, in the heart of downtown Austin, is the oldest continuously operating school in the state of Texas. Pease was founded in 1876 and named after Governor Elisha M. Pease. Pease is the only all transfer school in the district. We have a diverse student population and small class size in grades K through 6. Our principal is Mrs. Donna Martinez. Pease was designated a state historic landmark in November, 2013.
In the Spotlight
Congratulations to our sixth grade graduates!
Wishing you all great success in middle school.
New Principal Meet and Greet
Wednesday, June 18th
Pease Elementary Cafeteria
Have a great summer!
See you again on August 25.
Welcome Back Potluck
August 22 @ 5:30 p.m.
Pease Outdoor and Science Learning Lab
The Pease Outdoor Science and Learning Lab will begin to take shape later this year. Phase one of the project will be the development of climate gardens and experiment stations near the gym. The climate gardenes will reflect four different regions and landscapes of Texas, and will include facilities for composting, a pond for water life cycle study, rainwater collection, experiment stations, and space for other projects. The project designers are working to align the project design to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills to provide opportunities to fulfill many curriculum requirements. The project has been awarded a $3000 Bright Green Futures grant from the City of Austin, and the Pease PTA has budgeted an additional $3000 for the project for the 2014-2015 school year. For more information, contact email@example.com
Shop on Amazon &
earn money for Pease!
You can now find an Amazon button at the top of the Pease PTA website. One click takes you straight to the Amazon site, where you can continue your shopping as your normally would. But every time you initiate your Amazon shopping from Peasepta.org, Pease will receive a percentage of your total purchases. No extra clicks, no extra fees--it's so easy.
Check out the Pease PTA website and learn how to get involved
with the PTA.
Boxtops for Bobcats
Please continue to save your Boxtops over the summer and bring them to school in August.
Tuesday Folder Information
updated June 6