Children quickly discover that learning is fun at Ann Windle School for Young Children. They develop and expand their skills so they will be prepared for elementary school.
At Ann Windle School, they strengthen their self-esteem, self-help skills, language skills, academic readiness and develop beginning math, reading and science skills.
It also is a parent learning center, so parents can help broaden and strengthen their child’s emerging skills and talents. The building opened in 2001 and was funded by the 1996 and 1999 bond packages.
The Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries recently awarded Denton ISD’s Ann Windle School for Young Children with a $6,800 grant for the school’s library, with the former first lady recently meeting with school staff to present the honor.
Single Sign-On Portal: Need a better way to manage all your acount passwords? A Single Sign-On Portal is now available for Denton ISD students and staff members. This portal will allow students and staff to save their sign-in information for a variety of services and websites so they can use it to automatically sign into those services and websites in the future.
Inclement Weather Policy: Denton ISD attempts to make inclement weather announcements no later than 6:30 a.m. when possible. Closing announcements are made on the district website and social media channels. For more information on the district's weather policy, click here.
Information for New Families: Are you new to the district? Find out what school your child will attend with our School Finder tool before registering students new to Denton ISD with InfoSnap. Denton ISD is a fast-growth school district, and we're happy you chose to live within our boundaries!
Tax Rate Update: Denton Independent School District adopted a tax rate for the 2016-17 school year that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's rate. The tax rate will effectively be raised by 8.063% and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $77.59.