Brockett Elementary School

BES Administration

Connie Lott

Kari Abrams
Assistant Principal
Tina Milacek

BES Honors

Met T.E.A. STAAR Standards
2014 - 2015
Math Distinction
2013 – 2014   
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A Texas School of Character
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A Kindness Certified School

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    Aubrey ISD Campus and District Summer Hours


    7:30-4:30 PM
    Lunch 12:30–1:00 PM

    All offices closed on Fridays





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  •  Belding The school board unanimously approved lone finalist Dr. David Belding

    as AISD Superintendent. Welcome, Dr. Belding!













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  • vote Aubrey ISD planning to generate $500,000 

    in additional state funds

    annually with TRE


    The Aubrey ISD Board of Trustees has passed the order to call for a Tax Ratification Election (TRE) on Aug. 27 to take advantage of the state finance formula to restructure the tax rate. If approved, the district would receive $500,000 annually in extra state funding with no increase in the tax rate.



    The TRE will allow Aubrey ISD to restructure its tax rate by increasing its Maintenance and Operations (M&0) tax rate by 13 cents while reducing the Interest and Sinking (I&S) tax rate by the same 13 cents. Therefore, the tax rate would remain at $1.51 and there would be no tax rate increase.


    The district receives more state funding for its M&O tax rate than for its I&S tax rate. Increasing Aubrey ISD’s M&O tax rate brings more state dollars to the district than the I&S tax revenue. This is what is known as a “tax swap”.


    In summation the board approved conducting the TRE to increase state funding by $500,000 annually, while keeping the tax rate the same at $1.51.



    For additional information of the Tax Ratification Election, visit the links below:


    TRE Informational Video


    Election Schedule and Voting Sites




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  • Little girl  Aubrey ISD Receives 5-Stars from TXSmartSchools

    Using both academic progress and spending levels at Texas' school districts and individual school campuses, each district and campus is assigned a Smart Score of one to five stars, indicating its success in combining cost-effective spending with the achievement of measurable student academic progress compared with their fiscal peers. Five stars reflects the strongest relative progress combined with the lowest relative spending. Aubrey ISD was one of only 44 five-star charter and public school districts in 2016. For more information go to




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  • Dresign ss Code 2016-2017

    Please note that the dress code was revisited by a committee of parents, teachers, community members and administrators.  This group sent recommendations to the Board of Trustees. A link to the Aubrey ISD Dress Code is below.  The wording in the highlighted areas were adjusted for clarity.  Other than these minor clarifications, the dress code remains the same.  Please call your campus administration if you have any concerns or questions.

    DRESS CODE 2016-2017





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    Chaparral Action:  The End of Year Edition 2016


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BES Announcements

  • logo Brockett Elementary is proud to announce that we have been awarded the
    National School of Character Award. This award is a designation and honor that is
    awarded to schools across the United States that have implemented the 11 principles of character to a level of excellence. As stated by,“Character education embodies the idea that schools shouldn’t leave character to chance – a school of character does not simply provide academic knowledge to students, it intentionally emphasizes hard work and ethical behavior in academics, interpersonal relations, and community standards. In schools of character, adults embrace their critical role as models.
    Teachers work together as professionals—and with parents and community members as partners—to positively shape the social, emotional, and character development of the young people entrusted to them each day. Students in these schools feel safe, respected, and connected to those around them, allowing them to thrive academically and socially and be motivated to give back to their communities.” has awarded 326 Promising Practices across 29 states and 5 nations this year. Brockett Elementary has also received the National Promising Practice Award for their Night of Giving. The students, faculty, staff, and parents came together to make items connected to the students’ TEKS and delivered them throughout the community. These included our nursing homes, fire fighters, State School, and Our Daily Bread of Denton.


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  • calling all superheroes       Kindergarten Superhero Night Thursday, August 11 at 5:30 p.m. 


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  • Meet the Teacher          Thursday, August 18   5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.


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  • Welcome                       1st Day of School is Monday, August 22


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  • Sun Shade                Official AISD sun shades on sale for only $17.00 each.


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  • kindness  The Kindness Wall



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