Second Grader Shaila Lopez and Third Grader David Martinez are the Winners of our
Attendance Bike Raffle!
February 1st - 5th: School Counseling Week
Saturday, February 6th: District Spelling Bee
Thursday, February 11th: Valentine's Day Dance
Doors opened to Champion Elementary students in 2001. The school was named for A. A. Champion, a noted local historian, rancher, and public servant. Champion pursued a lifetime of knowledge regarding the history of the area in which he lived and became a nationally recognized historical source for the South Texas and Northern Mexico areas. It was Champion’s research which provided the U.S. Park Service with the actual location of the Palo Alto Battlefield, now a National Historical Site in Cameron County. Frequently described as a “true gentleman,” A.A. Champion also served his community as a U.S. Customs officer, Brownsville City Commissioner, and member of the Texas Southmost Board of Trustees. Bea Garcia was the school’s first principal.
To accomplish this vision, Champion Elementary, will provide a challenging and rigorous curriculum for all students. School educators and parents will work collaboratively to promote a learning environment of respect and unity, where students take responsibility for their own educational success.