About

Centerville Front Entrance

Centerville Elementary School
600 Keen Rd.
Garland, TX 75041

Phone: 972-926-2510
Fax: 972-926-2515
Email: A105@garlandisd.net

Year opened: 1961
Enrollment: 275

School hours

8:10 a.m.-3:20 p.m.

Principal

Dr. Amie Pennington

Ratings & reports

For the most current ratings and reports, reports and performance planning, visit our school profile page on the district website.

Mission statement

Centerville's goal is to exemplify the mission of GISD: To have a diverse community with a shared vision that serves to provide an exceptional education to all of its students.

Our school motto

Excellence through Commitment, Community, Care, Courage and Celebration.

We are an AVID school

Did you know that our student folders are color-coded to match AVID's guidelines?

Green - Science 
Blue - Social Studies
Red - Math
Orange - Computer
Yellow - Library
Purple - Language Arts
Black - School-wide Writing to Learn

Centerville is dedicated to helping your child get on the road to college. We are an AVID school. Find out what that means for you and your child on this AVID page

Awards and honors

Centerville Elementary received the 2014-2016 National PTA Schools of Excellence designation. Centerville Elementary shares this honor as one of 34 schools within the Garland ISD to receive it. Only 169 schools received this honor nationwide. 42 of them were in Texas.

To reward successful schools, the U.S. Department of Education established the No Child Left Behind - Blue Ribbon Schools Program to honor those elementary and secondary schools in the United States that make significant progress in closing the achievement gap or whose students achieve at very high levels. The program recognizes and presents as models both public and private elementary and secondary schools that meet either of two assessment criteria.

First, it recognizes schools that have at least 40 percent of their students from disadvantaged backgrounds and have dramatically improved student performance to high levels in reading (language arts or English) and mathematics on state assessments or assessments referenced against national norms in at least the highest grade tested in the last year tested. Second, it recognizes schools, regardless of their demographics, that are in the top 10 percent of schools in their states as measured by state tests in both reading (language arts or English) and mathematics or that score in the top 10 percent on assessments referenced against national norms in at least the highest grade tested in the last year tested.

Centerville Elementary was named a Blue Ribbon School in 2008 and was honored at a Ceremony in Washington, DC.

2009-2010 Title I Part A

Centerville has been designated as a Texas Education Agency Title I Distinguished campus. This distinction was given to only 217 schools state wide.

2010 and 2009

Centerville has been designated as a Texas Education Agency Recognized campus. This designation is given when at least 90% of all students and each student group that meets the minimum size requirement pass the TAKS test.

2009 TEA

Centerville Elementary earned Gold Performance in the areas of: commended performance in math and comparable improvement in reading. Gold commended performance on TAKS is earned when at least 24% of our students score 2400 or higher. Comparable improvement on math is earned when students rank in the top quartile of our comparison group.

2008 TEA

Centerville Elementary earned Gold Performance in the areas of: commended performance in math, commended performance in science, and comparable improvement in math. Gold commended performance on TAKS is earned when at least 24% of our students score 2400 or higher. Comparable improvement on math is earned when students rank in the top quartile of our comparison group.

Information about the Texas Education Agency Performance Reporting Division may be found on its TEA page.