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Bronte Elementary School

Welcome to the Bronte Elementary School web page!  Bronte Elementary is proud to serve students from grades Early Childhood through the 6th grade.  We are lucky to have teachers & staff that are immersed within the community and devote their days to helping our little Shorthorns learn and become well rounded citizens! 

Please follow us on the Bronte Independent School District Facebook page and Class Dojo for recent updates, pictures and ongoing activities at the best little school in West Texas!

If you are interested in volunteering regularly or even just once, please contact us in the front office or speak to your child's teacher.  We would love to have you as part of our campus life and always have special events that need helping hands. 

Thank you for sharing your child with us! 


Jennifer R. Englert, Bronte Elementary Principal

[email protected]


Gifted and Talented Assessment Window

In accordance with the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented Students, the Bronte Independent School District will consider students in grades K-6 (who are not yet identified as gifted and talented) for nomination and screening for gifted and talented program services. 

Anyone interested in the educational welfare of these students may nominate them for assessment; for example, parent/guardian, teacher, counselor.  Nomination and consent for assessment forms are available by contacting Monique Bilyeu, Gifted and Talented Teacher at [email protected] or (325)473-2511.  Please refer to her GT page and handbook for more information.




Welcome back to Bronte Elementary School.  We are looking forward to a great start to the new school year and a year of learning for all students.  Look for ways to help support your child's learning at home, too.  Here are some ways to help your child succeed in school:

1.  Supervise a regular homework time. 

2.  Read as a family. 

3.  If you have concerns about your child's learning or behavior, communicate with the teacher soon.  

4.  Volunteer.  Have a few spare hours?  Pitch in at school!  Whether it's reading aloud during story time or supervising on the playground, the extra help is sure to be appreciated.

5.  Stay Informed.  Read every note or handout that your child's teacher sends home.  If something doesn't make sense, ask about it.

6.  Practice Respect.  Be a role model of respect for your child.  Stay positive and speak respectfully about your child's teacher and respect the rules set forth for the classroom.