School spirit & history
Nita Pearson Elementary was founded in 2004 after Nita A. Myers Pearson. A beloved teacher for 38 years, Mrs. Pearson left a lasting impression on former students and parents alike. During her professional career, Nita Pearson earned many kudos for her work including Elementary Teacher of the Year for the district and a Texas PTA Life Membership presented by the Centerville PTA.
The school was designed by the architectural firm of VLK Architects, has approximately 83,951 square feet and cost $9,715,026 to build. On Aug. 16 2004, Nita Pearson Elementary opened it's doors and welcomed 460 students.
On Jan. 23, 2005 the school was formally dedicated with a ceremony, attended by more than 300 people along with a presentation of the portrait of Mrs. Pearson to grace the halls of this school.
Pearson's Pink Out Day
Every October students participate in the annual Pearson's Pink Out Day in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students and staff wear pink to honor those who have battled breast cancer and cheer on those who are fighting for a cure.
Sing to the tune of “You’re A Grand Ole’ Flag”
We’re a super school
And we’re proud of it too!
Our students will challenge the rest.
For we know the pride, we feel inside,
When each one has given their best.
The more you know,
The further you go,
And we stand up to the test.
We raise our voices to the sky,
Pearson Ponies, we are the best!
Red, black and white