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About Wilmeth

Wilmeth Elementary is an Exemplary campus with a strong connection with the neighborhood community. Teachers, parents and students work collaboratively, enabling students to reach their highest learning potential. The Wilmeth administration and staff encourage parent involvement and support to help carry on the culture of high expectations and student success.

If we can assist you, please give our office staff a call at 469-302-7400.

Our Focus
Our focus is to foster a culture that encourages everyone involved: students, teachers, parents, staff and community members. The faculty and staff at Wilmeth are committed to promoting the learning and achievement of ALL students.

Vision/Mission of Wilmeth Elementary
Wilmeth Elementary’s mission is to create a community of leaders and learners prepared for society and able to leave a legacy from their leadership and life long learning skills.

The campus vision is to  prepare all students for their global future through 21st Century learning.

Recent Campus Awards/Honors

  • Met National AYP for 2012
  • TEA Exemplary campus from 2006-2013
  • USDA Healthier US School Bronze Level for leadership in implementing a healthier school nutrition environment
  • Texas Honors Circle in honor of having a high level of student success while practicing wise fiscal management.
  • Teacher of the Year in 2013- Rae Curren

About our Namesake

Biographical Sketch On The Life Of J.B. Wilmeth

J.B. Wilmeth was one of the early settlers of north Texas. He and Collin McKinney were famous settlers of the area north of Dallas, now known as Collin County. Wilmeth, McKinney, B.F. Hall, Dr. Mansel Matthews, Lynn D’Spain, and many others were of the first in the Lone Star State to preach the old time gospel. They established New Testament Christianity, and fought hard to preserve it. Wilmeth was an educated man, and believed in educating others. He opened his home to be one of the first free schools in the area. He also served as county clerk and judge.