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Welcome to The Varnett School Southwest!
We are most proud of: 
--State-aligned curriculum
--Low student/teacher ratio
--Strong community partnership                                           
--Cultural diversity
--Online technology programs
--On-site/online professional development
--Community service projects
--Parent Teacher Organization
--In-school academic intervention
Mr. Jesse Arps
Director, The Varnett School Southwest                                                           
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Stanford 10 test, K-2
Date: 4/26/2018
Stanford 10 test, K-2
Date: 4/27/2018
Cinco de Mayo celebration
Date: 5/4/2018
Teacher Appreciation Week/Grade place meetings
Date: 5/7/2018
Teacher Appreciation Week/Grade place meetings
Date: 5/8/2018


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Dollars and cents

Mr. Clarence White III talks to students about lending and borrowing during Career Week at The Varnett School Southwest. Mr. White is a commercial loan officer at Lone Star Bank and a Varnett board member.

Basketball rivalry

Students talk about their first official basketball experience at The Varnett Public School. Southwest players defeated the visiting Northeast team 24-11 and 31-10. The launch of basketball is the latest in Varnett's expansion of after-school enrichment programs that include soccer, cheerleading, dance, chess and more.

SW sweeps NE in first official basketball games (Video)

Mr. Lonnie Reynolds, athletic director of The Varnett Public School, talks about the first official basketball games in the district. Players from The Varnett School Northeast Thursday came to the Southwest campus to play their SW counterparts. Buoyed by their cheerleading team, the Southwest players won both games, 24-11 and 31-10, respectively. The teams were composed of third- through six-graders. Northeast players are wearing the blue.

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