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Red Ribbon Week
MARINA GONZALEZ

Join us in the fight against drugs by dressing up during Red Ribbon Week October 23-27

Here at Ybarra Elementary, we are proud to be drug-free! We are showing our support for the anti-drug awareness campaign by dressing up in different themes from October 23rd to October 27th. 

  • Monday - We are RED-Y To Be Drug-Free!
    Students and staff will wear RED to kick off Red Ribbon Week.
  • Tuesday - We are Too Bright For Drugs!
    Students and staff will wear neon color clothes to stop drug abuse.
  • Wednesday - Superheroes Take A Stand Against Drugs!
    Students and staff will wear their favorite superhero shirt promoting their decision to live a drug-free life.
  • Thursday - I choose to be Drug-Free and College Bound!
    Students and staff will wear a college shirt encouraging all students to be drug-free and attend college.
  • Friday - Be on a Drug-Free Team!
    Students and staff will dress up in their favorite team jersey.

We look forward to seeing everyone dress up and participate in this campaign!

Parent's Luncheon
MARINA GONZALEZ

Ybarra Elementary parents are invited to our Parent's Luncheon to visit with your child about using the Seven Habits to achieve their goals. 

PFC Mario Ybarra Elementary is having our first annual Parent's Luncheon, September 28th and September 29th. We encourage all parents to come and have lunch with your children to learn more about the Seven Habits of Happy Kids and to talk to them about their goals and aspirations. 

School Bus Safety Week
MARINA GONZALEZ

Our Ybarra Elementary students were shown proper rules and guidelines to follow while on the bus to ensure student safety. 

Our WISD Bus Drivers conducted trainings for our students to educate them on the proper rules and guidelines to follow while riding the bus. Our students were shown how to evacuate properly, how to access the emergency exits, and were also reminded of safety rules to follow as a passenger. We are grateful to our wonderful bus drivers for providing our students with this extremely important information. 

Hurricane Harvey Collection
MARINA GONZALEZ

Our Ybarra staff, students, and their families collected supplies for everyone affected by Hurricane Harvey. 

Ybarra Elementary came together as a campus and collected canned goods and toiletries for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. We are so incredibly proud of the effort made by our students and their families to collect these items for the families affected by the hurricane. 

Common Sense Media Certified Campus
MARINA GONZALEZ

We are a Common Sense Media Certified Campus!

PFC Mario Ybarra Elementary is proud to announce that we are a Common Sense Media Certified Campus! Each content area teacher is a Common Sense Media Certified Educator and strives to instruct our students in proper digital citizenship practices when operating online. 

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