News & Announcements

Book Fair Opens

The Boone book fair will run from April 13- April 21. Teachers will provide students with opportunities to come and shop in-person at the fair. Cash will not be accepted, so please remember to create an eWallet for your student to be able to shop! Click here to create an eWallet.

If you would like to help our teachers grow their classroom libraries, we will have teachers’ wish list books organized in bins. Just add money to your child’s e-wallet and tell your student to buy a book from their teacher’s bin.

Unused money left in an eWallet at the end of the book fair will be donated to the Bulldog Library. However, your money can be returned to the student as a Scholastic gift card. If you would like this option, please email Libby Walters (

Parents may also shop online or in person. Credit cards are also accepted! All online orders will be shipped to your home.

Thanks for supporting the Boone library!

BSSU now open

The online link to Back to School Sign Up for the 2021-22 school year is open Thursday, July 29 through 4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 6.

Boone Book Fair is Online

Our Book Fair is online! Support our school and help your child discover new books, favorite characters, complete series, and more! You'll love the fun new option to shop for Book Fair exclusives directly from the interactive booklist and enjoy free shipping on book-only purchases over $25.

It's a new school year... let's instill a new-found love of reading!

Holiday Toy Drive

Our Bulldogs are getting in the spirit of giving this December by hosting a Holiday Toy Drive! Today through December 10th please bring unwrapped toys appropriate for kids from 0-18 years old! Toys should be brand new and still in their original packaging and valued no more than $15-$20 each. Please send toys to school with your kids or drop them off in the boxes outside the office.

All donations will go to Brother Bill's Helping Hand to benefit Dallas families in need. We very much appreciate every gift!

Many thanks for helping us bring joy to a child's face this holiday season!


The National Red Ribbon Campaign is a yearly event designed to increase awareness about drug and alcohol use and prevention. This year, HPISD students will participate in educational activities to encourage self-esteem, respect, and healthy living. School-wide and class conversations are designed to be age-appropriate and generate empowerment as well as resiliency in our children.
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