Phone: (469) 752-1300
Fax: (469) 752-1301
6801 Preston Meadow Drive
Plano, TX 75024
AchievementsGulledge received Distinction Designations in Academic Achievement in Reading/ELA, Academic Achievement in Science, Top 25 Percent Student Progress, Top 25 Percent Closign Performance Gaps, and Postsecondary Readiness as related to the Texas Education Agency Texas Assessment of Academic Skills; district and regional science fair winners; award winning PTA with district and state PTA Reflections winners; Continental Math award recipients.
Campus ProgramsPositive Behavior Support school; 7 Habits of Highly Effective People leadership program (kindergarten - fifth grade); curricumlum delivery model based on best instructional practices; advanced technology throughout school; tutorials; Plano Academic Creative Education (PACE) for identified gifted and talented students; Collin County Youth Adventure camp (fifth-grade); fifth-grade choir and safety patrol; Friday Morning Live weekly assemblies; science and history fairs; Geography and Spelling Bees; diversity and fine arts programs; a coordinated health and wellness program including physical education and fitness, field day and Marathon Kids program; Family Fun nights and community outreach and connectedness programs; Red Ribbon week activities; Math Olympiad enrichment; Continental Math; and PASAR after-school childcare.
Parent Involvement OpportunitiesActive PTA involvement has been a cornerstone for building community and supporting all students at Gulledge since our doors opened in 1994. Volunteering at Gulledge supports students through: Parent/Teacher Association (PTA); School-Based Improvement Committee (SBIC); Key Communicators; library; book fair; field trips; carnivals and sock hops; chess, science, art and robotics enrichment opportunities; and parent education sessions.
Community/Business PartnershipsKroger; Market Street; Plano Police Department; and Tom Thumb.
History of Gulledge
Gulledge Elementary opened in 1995 and was named for South Carolina-born merchant Joseph Harold Gulledge (1857-1943), whose family moved to Texas after the Civil War. From 1882-95, he and a partner operated a dry goods store in Plano; Gulledge continued the business independently until 1918. He also traded in cotton and grain, helped organize the Plano Compress Company and was president of the Plano National Bank 1921-31.