For Parents & Students

Pre-K Family Engagement Plan

The following Pre-Kindergarten (PK) programs will be housed at the Academy for Early Learners. Due to limited space, campuses were selected based upon location and enrollment.

  • Charlotte Anderson Elementary
  • J.L. Boren Elementary
  • Janet Brockett Elementary
  • Willie Brown Elementary
  • Louise Cabaniss Elementary
  • Anna May Daulton Elementary
  • Kenneth Davis Elementary
  • Imogene Gideon Elementary
  • Glenn Harmon Elementary
  • Thelma Jones Elementary (includes Early Childhood Special Education)
  • D.P. Morris Elementary (includes bilingual)
  • Martha Reid Elementary
Visual representation of Elementary Attendance Zones for The Academy


  1. If my child is eligible to attend Pre-K in Mansfield ISD, where do they attend?
    Students will register and enroll to attend Pre-Kindergarten at the elementary campus in their designated feeder pattern. Feeder patterns are designated by the district. If you are unsure of your home campus, please use the Web Query locator system.
  2. What if I want my child to attend Pre-K at a campus other than their home campus?
    Parents of eligible Pre-K students may request a transfer using the MISD transfer request process.

For more information about Pre-K or The Academy, please download our Frequently Asked Questions or contact Alycen Phan, Director of Early Learning, at or 817-299-7650.


View the 2019-20 Federal Report Card for Dr. Sarah Jandrucko Academy for Early Learners


Storm Related Community Resources:

This site will serve as a place for residents needing assistance to provide specific information about their situation and their needs. Anyone wishing to volunteer will find those opportunities on the website, as well. Additionally, you will be able to donate to these efforts online, if you are interested.

800-621-3362 (TTY: 800-462-7585)
The lines will be in operation seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
President Biden approved a major disaster declaration for Texas following the winter storm. The declaration allows homeowners and renters in 77 counties that have been designated for individual assistance to apply for disaster assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

United Way of Tarrant County
For Services:
For Donations to the Emergency Relief Fund:
The United Way of Tarrant County aids some of the most vulnerable North Texans. They are also providing assistance to those affected by the recent severe storms. The Emergency Relief Fund will provide assistance for food, utility bills, rent, hotels and housing solutions, plumbing/flooding repairs and other emergency needs.

Please call 2-1-1 if you are in need and have questions in North Texas related to relief efforts. 2-1-1 Texas is a free, statewide 24-hour information and referral service where callers can receive information about community and social services such as emergency shelter, food service, rental assistance, utility bill assistance, childcare, senior services and more.

Harvesting in Mansfield Center (HIM)
Harvesting in Mansfield Center is a local food pantry in Mansfield. Please contact them if you need food assistance. They also need volunteers and donations.