We will inspire our children to become productive, life-long learners by being a progressive school emphasizing academic excellence in a safe, nurturing, and diverse environment.
Principal: Katie Brittain
Assistant Principal: Dara Villalpando
Counselors: Roschell Russ and Andrea Hale
PTA President: Carlos Pino
Name History: Rose Mary Haggar
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School Hours: 7:45-2:45 PM
School Enrollment: 654
School Colors: Teal Blue, Forest Green
School Mascot: Mariners
2015 TEA - Accountability Rating - met standard, Distinction Designation - 3 STARS, Distinctions earned - Academic Achievement in Reading/ELA/Science/Post Secondary Readiness, Gold Performance Acknowledgement for Commended on Writing, Commended on Science and Comparable Improvement in Reading (2010 – 2011); Dad’s Club earned the MARS (Men Are Really Super) award from the Texas PTA (2010 – 2011); TEA Exemplary School (1996 – 2003, 2009); PISD Excellence in Writing Award (1998 - 2001); PISD Perot Teacher Awards; State Award for Excellence in Texas School Health Education (1997); Beginning Teacher of the Year for PISD (1997-98)
Invention Fair, Girls on the Run, PASAR (after school childcare); Plano Academic Creative Education (PACE) for the identified gifted and talented student; Help-a-Child service project; ESL (English as a Second Language); Multisensory Intervention Program for Dyslexia; Guidance Classes for all Grade Levels; Collin County Adventure Camp (5th grade); Science Fair; History Fair; Ellis Island (5th grade); Talent Show (K - 2 and 3 - 5); and grade level musicals (2 and 4); Student Council; Mentor Program; Honors Choir (5th Grade); Fire Prevention Poster Contest; Marathon Kids; Book Fair – Fall and Spring.
Parent Involvement Opportunities:
PTA; Dad's Club; Watch Dogs, School-Based Improvement Committee (SBIC); Haggar Howdy; Sock Hop; Auction; Field Day; Yearbook; Special Projects (field trips, book fair, etc.) Parent Trainings
BoxTops for Education; Coca Cola; Frankford Library; Target; Tom Thumb; Yogurtville; Yogurtland; Mariner Merchants
RMH Site Based Improvement Committee
Rose Mary Haggar's Site Based Improvement Committee is a council comprised of faculty members, nonteaching staff members, administrators, district-level professional staff members, support staff members, parents, community members, and business representatives. The purpose of the SBIC is to act in an advisory role to assist the principal in the development, review, and revision of the campus improvement plan for the purpose of improving student performance for all student populations.
17820 Campbell Road
Dallas, Texas 75252
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