Mott News



Our Owls have gone to the Regional Science Fair and have returned victorious. Congratulations to the following students.

1st place winners

5th Grade: Noah Ferrell, Lillian Hernandez, Noah O'Hare, Nolan Riviere, Kylie Sheppard, Ben Shuler, Jane Thompson, Calah Williams,

4th Grade: Zoe Manliclic, Sofia Serna,

2nd place winners

5th Grade: Scottie Allison, Nadia Ewell

4th Grade: Nguyen, Thomas

3rd place winner

5th Grade: Eli Gutierrez

Destination Imagination Competition

Congrats to the Clever Clowns on their Fine Arts challenge. The all 3rd grade team will be headed to State!

Sophia Diaz, Andrew Francis, Christian Galarza, Rylan Smith

Congratulations to Marion Krueger, Mott Elementary Teacher of the Year and Elizabeth Zamora, Mott Elementary Humanitarian of the Year.

Parent Survey Results

We had 372 responses to the survey that parents took in January. Each week I will share some of the results.

  • 86% of parents feel that the classroom teacher's weekly classroom news gives them the information that they desire.
  • 94% of parents receive the Mott News.

Interesting fact - 63% of parents said their child arrives to school in the morning by car. That is 234 cars arriving to Mott each morning!

Upcoming Events

Mar. 8 - Daylight Savings Time

Mar. 9 - Monday morning assembly K-2

PTO Meeting at 6:30 p.m.

Mar. 10 - Zaxby’s Night

Mar. 12 - Kinder Rodeo

Mar. 13 - Student Holiday

Mar. 14 - 22 - Spring Break

Mar. 23 - Monday morning assembly 3-5

Mar. 25 - Hoops for Hearts in the Gym

Mar. 26 - Hoops for Hearts in the Gym

TEA has published School Report Cards for the 2018-2019 school year.

You can find information regarding our school report card here. Each topic is explained and broken down. You can click on the links below for a quick view of our report cards.

A Message from PFISD

In an effort to alleviate extreme overcrowding at Mott Elementary, the Pflugerville ISD Board of Trustees approved boundary and program adjustments during last night’s board meeting. These adjustments will take effect in the 2020-2021 school year.

1. Mott will be a closed campus to future transfers and will adjust existing transfers except for students of employees at Mott and Cele Middle School. Students that are on a programmatic transfer for Special Education will be allowed to remain at Mott.

2. The Board elected to a cap and transfer option for future students in four neighborhoods that will go into effect on March 1. As a result of this, any new homes closing after this date in the neighborhoods of Carmel, Sorento, Vine Creek and Blackhawk (the area off Speidel Dr. between the green belt and Hodde Road) will be zoned to attend other PfISD Elementary Schools. Homes closing after March 1 in Carmel will be zoned to Brookhollow Elementary. Homes closing after March 1 in Sorento and Vine Creek will be zoned to Pflugerville Elementary. Homes closing after March 1 in the identified Blackhawk area will be zoned for Rowe Lane Elementary. New residents are encouraged to call the district to verify their zoned elementary campus.

3. The Pegasus Program will relocate to Riojas Elementary.

4. The Dual Language Program will be relocated to Riojas Elementary.

5. The Board also adjusted the physical zoning boundary for Mott. The area between Jake’s Hill Rd. and the green belt will now be zoned for Rowe Lane Elementary.

With these five changes, a total of 312 seats would be opened up, and projected future growth would be reduced by 150-285 students.

Changing programs and boundaries is never easy, and these decisions were not made lightly by the Board. The process leading up to these decisions began in October with committee meetings. Our rezoning committee also received a plethora of community input from public meetings with DAAC as well as the Superintendent’s Advisory Council. We appreciate the passionate voice our parents have for their children and Mott Elementary.

As Pflugerville continues to experience explosive growth, boundary adjustments are an expected and necessary step we must take in order to ensure our campuses operate at a capacity that can better serve all our students.

Dr. Doug Killian

PfISD Superintendent of Schools

Watch D.O.G.S (Dads of Great Students)

Visit our Mott Elementary Webpage for more information and to sign-up as a Mott Watch D.O.G.

Communication Options

Please allow 24 hours during the work week for a response to a non-emergency question or request. If you call or send an email on a Friday, you should expect a response during business hours the following week.

When you need assistance, please make note of the roles and responsibilities of these staff members. By contacting them directly, you will receive a faster reply.

Adrian Tristan - Busses, 504, Dual Language, English as a Second Language, and discipline.

Sarah Boyle - Busses, Special Education, and discipline.

Michael Hill - Can make phone and meeting appointments with Mrs. Rebecek, scheduling events on school calendar, campus website.

Elizabeth Zamora - Spanish speaking contact, translation needs, day to day operation questions such as lunch times, birthdays on the big screen, etc.

Kristeen Thornton - Day to day operation questions such as lunch times, messages for teachers, etc.

Steven Ray - Registration, enrollment and attendance.

Remind Text Messages - Mrs. Rebecek will send out reminders for things like early release, special events, and dress up days. To sign up, text @84984f to the number 81010.

Mott Elementary School

Mott Elementary PTO

Mott Elementary Families - (FYI: This page is run by Mott parents, not Mott staff.)

Mott Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students)

Did You Know?

  • You can set Cafeteria snack purchase restrictions - Email: or call 512-594-4720.

  • Office Depot lets you earn 5% Cash Back for Mott - Make a purchase of qualifying school supplies, provide your school ID at checkout (70238914) and we will receive 5% back in credits for FREE supplies!

  • Box Tops for Education - For a list of participating products, click here:

  • Online volunteer application: You must fill out a new application each year if you would like to volunteer at school or attend field trips.

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Family Movie Night