Beverly Elementary School
Assistant Principal: Diane Mathis
Counselor: Tracy Bulino
School Hours: 7:40 a.m. - 2:55 p.m.
School Colors: Navy, hunter green and gold
Motto: We believe... we achieve... we excel!
Year Opened: 1998
Phone: (469) 752-0400
Fax: (469) 752-0401
715 Duchess Drive
Allen, TX 75013
2013-2019 – Texas Education Agency “Met Standard” with Distinction Designation in all applicable areas – ELA/Reading, Math, Science, Top 25 percent Comparative Academic Growth and Comparative Closing Performance Gaps, Postsecondary Readiness; Texas State Exemplary School 1998-2011; USDE NCLB Blue Ribbon school – 2006; TBEC Honor Roll School 2006, 2009-2011; Math Olympiads-5th grade High Achievement top 10% of all teams, 4th grade Meritorious Achievement top 20% of all teams
PASAR (after-school childcare); Safety Patrol; Plano Academic Creative Education (PACE) for identified gifted and talented students; Math Olympiads; Student Council; , Instructional Specialist; Dyslexia Specialist; Experiential Learning Classroom; Campus Assessment and Referral team; Special Education Inclusion; fifth-grade Choir; Collin County Adventure camp (fifth-grade); cultural arts performances; Accelerated Reader Program; field day; after-school Music club; STOP Program; after-school STEM, Art and Chess Clubs
Parent Involvement Opportunities
Parent/Teacher Association (PTA); camp volunteers; School-Based Improvement Committee (SBIC); field trips; book fairs; yearbook; mentoring; office and library volunteers; fifth-grade celebration; Watch D.O.G.S program for Dads; school safety program; Y/O packet volunteers; field day; multicultural committee; student recognition committee; community partnerships committee
Chick-fil-A (Allen); Palio’s Pizza (Allen) and McDonald's (McDermott).
History of Beverly
Captain William Beverly was born in Jefferson County, Tennessee, on November 28, 1806, the son of John Beverly, a captain in the Revolution. In 1837, he married Nancy DeLozier in Illinois; the couple arrived in Texas on November 28, 1846, and settled northwest of Plano as Peters Colonists. A farmer, Captian Beverly was also a Collin County commissioner in the 1850s and helped develop McKinney's courthouse square. His second wife was Rebecca Crownover; they had five children. Beverly Elementary School opened in the fall of 1998.