WELCOME TO BONHAM!
When Bonham Elementary school was built in 1957, the surrounding streets were dirt roads. As Midland expanded to the west, Bonham also grew, expanding not only its walls, but also the education within those walls. Many administrators and teachers have come and gone, but their service and dedication have been a part of the success of Bonham's development. Today, Bonham serves about 800 students from Pre-Kindergarted through 6th grade. Bonham is named after Texas hero James Butler Bonham, who lost his life defending the Alamo in 1836. The teachers and staff practice great service and dedication to ensure excellence in education. Parents, teachers and students agree, Bonham is TIGERific!
Here on our website, you can find a variety of resources to enhance your student's experience at Bonham Elementary. Scroll across the tab menu at the top of the page to find information about things like dress code requirements, test results, how to contact a teacher, and many other resources. For quick links to some must-have info, check out the four boxes below this message. They’ll direct you to district-wide information, like bus routes, the school calendar, Anonymous Alerts, and Skyward, the Family/Student Access system with everything you need to know to track your student's progress. There are also helpful links for district staff. We’re also highlighting some of the things going on that showcase your campus.
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here is always a fun and engaging activity in Stephanie Trevizo's fifth-grade classroom, and she has been selected as January's Teacher of the Month!
Fourth- through sixth-graders were challenged to submit a T-shirt design that focused on college spirit and readiness. Fourth-grader Karson Taylor was the big winner, and his entire grade level received the shirts free. Way to go, Karson, and thank you to everyone who participated!