School spirit & history
Exploring our past
Beaver Technology Center for Math and Science, formerly Beaver Elementary, is named after Mrs. Edith Beaver. Mrs. Beaver and her husband, James Beaver, farmed the land where the school stands.
Luke Abbett, the first principal of this school opened the doors to Edith Beaver Elementary in 1960 for 279 students and 12 teachers. The teachers taught everything: library, music, art, core subjects, and lunch and recess duty for the 30 plus students in their classes. Within five short years, Beaver's population swelled to 650 students, eventually maxing out with over 800 students.
21st century learners
Beaver Elementary became Beaver Technology Center for Math and Science in 1997 to attract students with a special interest in math, science, and technology.
Beaver Tech provides a unique math and science curricula implemented through the extensive use of technology. Working in collaborative groups, students conduct complex science experiments, solve hands-on math problems, and learn to use technology for real-world applications.
Laying a foundation for the future
Because of our diverse population, strong parental involvement, and outstanding teachers, Beaver Technology Center has a tradition of excellence. Over the years, Beaver Tech has earned multiple awards including Exemplary and Recognized ratings from TEA, "A " rated campus, Just for Kids Honor Roll, Gold Performance Acknowledgements, PTA Golden Apple Awards, Attendance Awards, and Recycling Contest winners. Our students are ready for the future.
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