Edna ISD

Ensuring a Quality Education for All

601 N. Wells • Edna, TX 77957 • Phone: 361-782-3573



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2016 Accountability Reports
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2015-16 School Report Cards
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Thank You
Edna ISD Board Members

for Serving the Children
in Our Community!

Patrick Brzozowski

Brandon Peters

Donnie Mac Long

Brandon Curlee
Terry Miller
William Alex
Toby Ressman 

Important Info


Welcome to Edna ISD


  The Mission of Edna ISD is to Ensure a Quality Education for All

Edna ISD:  Offering Small Town Values While Preparing Students for Global Expectations.
 Instructions to access your child's STAAR scores may be downloaded here. 
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Beginning Tuesday, May 30th - July 28th
All campus offices & Administration will observe the following:  
Closed on Fridays 
The Edna ISD Board of Trustees regular meeting is scheduled for  
      Monday, July 17, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.
in the Administration Office located at 601 N. Wells.
Edna ISD
District of Innovation Plan
May be downloaded here.
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Thursday, August 10th
Edna Elementary
 Edna Lions Club
Texas Vaccine Institute
Texas Department of State Health Services
Jackson County Hospital District
Edna Elementary PTO
Girl Scouts
BEEF Team 
Alpha Sigma Psi
Southbrooke Manor
Edna Junior High 
 Edna ISD has earned the Silver Leadership Circle Award from the Texas Comptroller for implementing financial transparency on the District website. 



The mission of Edna ISD is to ensure a quality education for all.

Edna ISD:  Offering small town values while preparing students for global expectations.

There is a reference in the book “Good to Great” about a flywheel mentality that can be used in propelling Edna ISD along our journey to academic excellence. The “flywheel” analogy from the book, which was hard to push and turn the first time, will begin to spin easier and faster if  more people are helping to push it in the same direction, eventually it will spin faster.  We have generated momentum moving forward, and I want to expand on that to push growth for all students and for the district as a whole. I am proud of our efforts in 2015-16 but as with most things in life worthy of note—it is a never-ending push of one’s self and the system as a whole that brings the greatest rewards and feelings of satisfaction and accomplishment. Together we can “Cowboy Up” and push towards our goals.

At 211 degrees, water is hot. At 212 degrees it is boiling. Boiling water produces steam which can power a locomotive. That is all produced in that 1 degree. How many of us go through life at 211 degrees rather than doing our best and breaking through to 212? Not that we do not fully intend to be at 212 degrees on a daily basis, but obstacles and situations can drain that one degree of effort. In my opinion, that one degree is the difference in taking us from good to great and a rallying point for all to commit to action on a daily basis to produce an environment where quality and innovation are the new norm rather than the exception. We are all one Cowboy Nation and working towards Improving Our Brand.

We are excited about the prospects and performance for our fine arts programs in Band, Choir, Spurs, and Art. Our student performances in One Act Play as well as UIL Academic meets was awe inspiring and we look forward to building on those positive results.

We are excited about the improvement to district facilities in terms of the complete renovation of the Edna Auditorium. It is a first class facility that will allow us to host not only our local events but also district and regional competitions. We are proud of the image of Edna ISD and thank our Board of Education for providing the resources needed to help make our students successful in their chosen endeavors.

Go Big Blue!

Welcome to the Cowboy Nation and Go Big Blue!

Robert A. O’Connor

Superintendent of Schools


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