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Welcome to Whitt Elementary

Welcome to Whitt Elementary, proudly serving grades K-4 in Wylie ISD. Our campus is a welcoming and diverse environment, driven by a school-wide desire for excellence in every aspect. We place great value on building strong relationships with our students and their families, working together to develop our Wolves into productive and responsible citizens within our community. Our points of pride include dedicated staff, strong academic performance, high parent involvement, and a community-wide commitment to exemplifying the Wylie Way!

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Whitt Elementary students and staff are truly remarkable, and we take pride in highlighting their accomplishments and achievements. Read the great news happening in our school and district.

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Learn what students, staff, families, and community members love most about Whitt Elementary and Wylie ISD and the positive impact our district has made on their lives.

  • Staff Member
Steve Boatman

I taught in Wylie Independent School District for 34 years, I’m currently a part-time math tutor at Whitt Elementary, and I work closely with all the Wylei ISD elementary schools as the Book Project chairman of Wylie Retired School Employees.

I’m so fortunate that I discovered and joined this district back in 1987, and I’ve enjoyed every minute of these past 37 years, both as a teacher and retiree. Wylie ISD has been and continues to be very good to me!

Steve Boatman


  • Staff Member
Lacey Boruk
I started in Wylie ISD in 2015 at Whitt Elementary. I have loved being at Whitt for so many reasons. The administrators lead with a genuine, caring and supportive leadership style while also holding us accountable to be the best educators we can be and pushing us to continue learning and growing to best support our unique group of students each year. In my experience the staff have been very cohesive and supportive, pushing each other to grow and asking the hard questions for the benefit of the students. I have grown so much as a teacher thanks to the support of my administrators, coworkers and the learning specialists who also work tirelessly to provide everything they can think of and anything they are asked for.
Lacey Boruk


  • Community Member
Steve Boatman

Even after 34 years of teaching and four years of retirement, Wylie Independent School District STILL plays an important role in my life! I enjoy tutoring and interacting with my math students two days a week at Whitt Elementary; I volunteer every Thursday with the third grade Green Team at Whitt; and as the ECHO Book Project chairman of the Wylie Retired School Employees group, I help raise money and collect books to promote reading literacy at our elementary campuses. I am grateful to Wylie ISD for all of these opportunities!

Steve Boatman