Creating Tomorrow's Leaders Today
Ybarra Elementary is proud to announce our Teacher of the Month for October. Congratulations to Esmer Casares, we appreciate all of your hard work!
Ybarra Art club students created DIY Christmas ornaments for Christmas trees at central office. If you have the opportunity to stop by our Central Office, keep an eye out for these adorable ornaments our students created!
Ybarra Elementary is proud to announce our Paraprofessional of the Month. Congratulations to Tim Thompson, our media aide. We appreciate all that you do!
Our Campus UIL Meet was a success! We are so proud of all of our students and look forward to seeing how our students will perform at the District Meet! Go Patriots!
Here are our Second Six Weeks Artists! These students went above and beyond in their Art Classes and received the Artist Award for the Second Six Weeks.
Students can wear a college shirt with jeans on Thursdays for a $0.25 donation. All proceeds will go toward the Ybarra Scholarship Fund which awards students from Weslaco High and Weslaco East with scholarships.
Our Fall Festival was a huge success! Thank you to all of the parents that joined us and spent quality time with us and with your children.
Each Six Weeks, our 1st - 5th grade students have word count goals that they work hard to meet. The students pictured met their AR goals for the First Six Weeks.
We are a Leader In Me Campus! We encourage all of our students to adopt the 7 Habits of Happy Kids to create leaders in and out of the classroom.
Ybarra is going Pink for Cancer Awareness! Students are encouraged to wear Pink during the month of October with their uniform bottoms to spread awareness.
Ybarra Elementary is LIT for Literacy! We encourage you to read with your child for a minimum of 30 minutes each day.
We are updating our campus decor to promote Leadership and Literacy! Stop by to see our motivational quotes and incredible student work.
Click here to access the Employee Absence SystemEmployees may also phone in an absence using 956-246-4587 .
If you experience any problems or need assistance, please call Ana Martinez at (956)969-6617
Join us in the fight against drugs by dressing up during Red Ribbon Week October 23-27!