Points of Pride
Constance Hulbert Elementary School is relatively a new school with a little over ten years in existence in the YISD district. When it first opened, faculty and students began the new school year by sharing the campus facilities at North Loop Elementary School in August 2002. In mid year, both students and faculty moved to the new campus location on 7755 Franklin Drive after the termination of the winter holidays in January 2003. The school is named after Mrs. Constance Elizabeth Hulbert who was a life long advocate for bilingual students and was a teacher at Ysleta High School. Enrollment at this campus reaches approximately 400 students and includes grades Pre Kindergarten to Sixth. The majority of the student population at the campus is Hispanic. It is a close knit community. Both parents and teachers work together as a team to make a difference in the student's learning environment. The school is under new leadership, Mrs. Leticia Gutierrez. The assistant principal is James A. McIntyre.
Constance Hulbert Elementary has many achievements that make the students, staff and community very proud. Among them, Constance Hulbert has had for the past two years teachers that make the five finalist district list for both Bilingual Teacher of the Year and Teacher of the Year.
Any student in grades 3-6 interested in joining Constance Hulbert’s 2016-2017 Student Council, please pick up a parent permission slip with Mrs. Mena or Mrs. Beltran. All students must have a parent permission form signed to join. Students in grades 5-6 may run for office. Only 6th grade students may run for the office of President.
Students, do you like spelling? If you like spelling then, see Mr. Luna and pick up your practice spelling booklet for this year’s Spelling Bee.