• Hedgcoxe Building Facade

  • Campus Information

    Administrative Intern: Karen Williams

    Counselor: Brooke Burnette

    School Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.

    Enrollment: 451

    School Colors: Black and gold

    Mascot: Hounds

    Motto: Take care of yourself. Take care of others. Take care of Hedgcoxe.

    Year Opened: 1990

    Feeder Schools:

  • Hedgcoxe Elementary School Principal Kristi Graham

  • Kristi Graham
    Principal

  • Contact Campus

    Phone: (469) 752-1700
    Fax: (469) 752-1701
    Address: 
    7701 Prescott Drive
    Plano, TX 75025

  • AchievementsMs. Graham, our principal, was 1 of 5 finalists for Texas for the National Distinguished Principal award in 2011; National Association of Elementary Principals Excellence award for Student Council (2011-16); National School of Excellence Blue Ribbon school; Texas Successful School award (1994-95); Texas School of Excellence (1993); Texas Successful School award; Plano ISD's Teacher of the Year (1995-96) - Linda Arbolino; Environmental Club - Keep Plano Beautiful award for Blackland Prairie; Chess Club-National Ranking; Gold Performance Acknowledgements for Attendance; Commended on reading, writing, math and science, Stephanie Losoya, fifth-grade teacher; Who's Who Among America's Teachers (2003-04; Linda Arbolino, Music Teacher); Who's Who Among America's Teachers (2004-05); Rising Star - Several Students Published; Gold Performance Acknowledgements for Attendance; Commended on reading, writing and science; Exemplary School Rating.

    Campus ProgramsCampus Monitoring & Intervention team; special education; speech therapy; accelerated instruction in reading and math (Tier 2); after-school art program; after-school science program; after-school chess program; after-school environmental program; English for Speakers of other Languages (ESL); Plano Academic Creative Education (PACE) for identified gifted and talented students; Parent Curriculum workshops (kindergarten - fifth grade); Special and Gifted Education (SAGE); after school care program (PASAR); Student Council; Student Council School Store; Reflections Art contest; Safety Patrol; science fair; history fair; Young Inventors; tutorials (kindergarten - fifth grade); MyPISD.net; Collin County Adventure camp (fifth-grade); fifth-grade graduation ceremony; Multicultural night; Family Art night; Science and Technology night; Experience the Awareness day; Family Picnic; Talent Show; Field Day; Memorial Day Parade; Fine Arts Day; Mentoring Program; School-Based Improvement Committee (SBIC); Parent Education Workshop; field trips; Kindergarten Rodeo; yearbook; Key Communicators; Red Ribbon week; Bicycle Rodeo; Dad’s Club; and Watch Dog Dads.

    Parent Involvement OpportunitiesAfter-School (art, science, environmental and chess program); Reflections Art contest; Special and Gifted Education (SAGE); Collin County Adventure camp (fifth-grade); Multicultural night; Family Art night; Experience the Awareness day; Family Skate night; Family Picnic; talent show; field day; Fine Arts day; Mentoring program; School-Based Improvement Committee (SBIC); Parent Education workshop; Kindergarten Rodeo; yearbook; Key Communicators; Red Ribbon week; Bicycle Rodeo; Dad’s Club; Dad for the Day; YOO Folders; Carnival; Spring Fling; Golf Tournament; Hound Dog Helpers; library, office and classroom volunteers; and classroom parties.

    Community/Business PartnershipsAdventure Kids Playcare; Barbara Bentley/ReMax; Campbell’s; Cartridges for Kids; Central Market; Children’s Medical Center; CiCi’s Pizza; Coca-Cola; Dental Attraction; Huntington Learning Center; Kim Peichel Photography; Kroger; Plano Police Department (Cafeteria Cops); Target; Tom Thumb; and Tyson’s.

  • History of Hedgcoxe

    Picture of Henry Oliver Hedgcoxe.

    Hedgcoxe Elementary was named for English-born Henry Oliver Hedgcoxe, 1800-60, a land agent for the Peters Colony. His highhanded attempts in 1852 to establish land titles led to the colonists' uprising, in what has been called the Hedgcoxe War.

    The school was completed in 1990 at the cost of nearly $8 million.