Lee Elementary has been a mainstay for educating Denton's brightest students for more than 20 years. The school was completely rebuilt in 2005, transforming a dated open-concept building into a modern facility that stands as the district's only two-story elementary campus.
Much like its building, the teachers and staff at Lee have evolved to meet the constantly changing educational needs of our students. While reading, math and science concepts are still the academic foundation, students learn the importance of supporting one another in the classroom and making a difference in our community.
We engage learners to become critical thinkers, leaders and contributors to be prepared to meet the challenges of a diverse and competitive world.
Mrs. Emily McLarty, principal of Adkins Elementary, has been named the new principal of Borman Elementary. Mrs. McLarty brings eight years of experience as an elementary principal – all within Denton ISD – to her new position.
The Denton Independent School District celebrated its 2017-2018 retirees on May 15 with a reception at the LaGrone Advanced Technology Complex. District leaders shared career highlights and accomplishments of the retirees in attendance.
The Denton ISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to call a $750.5 million bond election to be held on May 5, 2018. The bond addresses student enrollment growth, renovations to facilities, equity, infrastructure, security systems, career & technical education and extracurricular activities.