Rosa Parks-MillbrookElementary

Skip to main content
Mobile Menu
Welcome to Rosa Parks/Millbrook Information Systems & Software Design Academy! "Where Curiosity Creates a Distinguished Mindset."

Principal's Message

Principal's Message Image
 
Welcome to Rosa Parks/Millbrook Information Systems & Software Design Academy. Our efforts last year earned our campus a TEA Accoutability Rating of "B" with 4 distinctions! This is certainly something to celebrate, and we are proud of our efforts and accomplishments. We also know that we have to continue to build and to grow, so this year we are going "Under Construction". We are Building children, character, and community everyday. We will continue to build our children academically, socially, and emotionally. We will work to help build their talents and interests, and continue our work building relationships with our families and community. We are excited about what this year holds as we grab our hard hats, essential tools, blueprints for success, and continue building bright futures; not for a few years, but for a lifetime! I look forward to connecting with each of you this year as we take our campus to the #NextLevel.
 
Yvonne Thornton
Principal - Rosa Parks/Millbrook Elementary
 
 
 
 
 
 
More from the Principal!

Campus News

Lancaster ISD offers meals to students during summer months Thumbnail Image

Lancaster ISD offers meals to students during summer months

Lancaster ISD will be providing free breakfast and lunch to students in all grade levels during the summer months from June through August. Breakfast and lunch will be served at Houston Elementary, George Washington Carver 6th Grade Center and Lancaster High School. Your child can eat breakfast from 7:30-8:30 and Lunch from 10:30 am to 1pm, Monday through Friday.
WestPoint graduate Jabreal Arrington credits Lancaster ISD JROTC program for her success Thumbnail Image

WestPoint graduate Jabreal Arrington credits Lancaster ISD JROTC program for her success

Lancaster High School Alum Army Second Lieutenant Jabreal Arrington was part of a photo that went viral recently showcasing the largest class of African American women to ever graduate from WestPoint Military Academy. While she says her journey to success is just beginning, she credits her humble beginnings in the Lancaster ISD JROTC program for bringing her this far.
Show All

Upcoming Events