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It is with great expectations and excitement that I greet you as the proud principal of The Rosa Parks/Millbrook Elementary, where excellence is an essential part of achieving self-sustaining success.  I bring to you over 20 years of experience in the field of education.   I believe that life is a gift, and that a quality education is a right, and an honor which must be pursued and nurtured with excellence in order to attain its greatest reward. 
 
As an educator, I follow the principles of public service based on six pillars of character:  trustworthiness, caring, citizenship, fairness, responsibility, and respect. I believe in developing the whole child academically, emotionally and socially.  It is our aim at Rosa Parks/Millbrook to ensure that all students recognize every opportunity as a learning opportunity every day, all day.
 
To that end, it is vital that all children have a complete team advocating for them in every area.  At Rosa Parks/Millbrook we believe that all students, staff, parents, and the Lancaster community are important to our school’s success.  You are an essential piece, and without you our puzzle is incomplete.  I look forward to connecting with each of you this year as we Expect the Best, and Expect Success!
 
Yvonne Thornton
Principal - Rosa Parks/Millbrook Elementary
 
 
Contact me:
yvonnethornton@lancasterisd.org
 
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Campus News

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Lancaster ISD Welcomes New Chief of Communications

Sherese Nix-Lightfoot joins the district from Cedar Hill ISD, where she was the School Innovation Officer. She is a passionate educational leader who believes in leading with excellence while having an out-of-the-box approach to education.
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LinkEd - Lancaster ISD Newsletter - November 2018

The month of October brought some great opportunities for community, student and parent engagement. We celebrated homecoming, held various campus fall festivals and learned about fire safety amid our normal classroom learning. The Lancaster ISD Communications Department released a new quarterly digital and printed publication titled, We Believe that will share the great happenings in Lancaster ISD. Additionally, Superintendent of Schools Elijah Granger shared the state of Lancaster ISD Schools with the business community.
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Upcoming Events

RPM- Art Club

Time: 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM
Location: The Art Room with Ms. Young
November 16

RPM- Art Club

Time: 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM
Location: The Art Room with Ms. Young
November 30