Principal:  Jacob Johnson  jacojohnson@dallasisd.org

    Counselors:  Olivia Wetzel owetzel@dallasisd.org and Elizabeth Orozco elorozco@dallasisd.org

    Grade Levels:  PK3 - 6th grade

    Trustee District: District 1

    School Division/Feeder Pattern:  Thomes Jefferson Feeder Patern

    Executive Director:  Angie Torres

    PTA:  María Hernandez, President

    Uniform Information:  

                   Top:  Red Uniform T-Shirt or Red Polo

                  Bottoms:  Boys:  Navy Pant or Shorts

                                  Girls:  Navy Pant, Shorts, Jumper or Skirt

    School Colors: Red and Navy

    School Mascot:  Foster Falcon

    Extra Ciricular Activities Offered:

    • Student Council
    • Robotics
    • Science club
    • Girls Soccer
    • Boys Soccer 
    • Girl Scouts
    • Cub Scouts
    • Ballet Club
    • Art Club
    • Garden Club

    School Biography/History

         Stephen C. Foster Elemntary School was dedicated in 1953 and served as a neighborhood school. It was named for America's First Professional Composer, Stephen C. Foster, whose works include "Oh Susanna"' "Camptown Races"' "My Old Kentuky Home" and "Old Folks at Home (Way Down Upon the Swanee River)".  His last song "Beautiful Dreamer" stiil inspires our students today to "Dream Big."

         To alliviate overcrowding, Foster Elementary expanded in 2004.   The new wing added 19 classrooms, a conference room, needed office space, new technology and our awesome Library!

         More recently, our front entrance Mosaic, designed and constructed by Foster students, with the guidance of our Art Reach partners, was dedicated in the Spring of 2016.

         In the Fall of 2016 Stephen C. Foster Elementery launched a Two-Way Dual Language Spanish Immersion Program. It will expand one grade level per year and today includes Pre-K, Kindergarten and First Grade.  Also in the Fall of 2016 over 60 volunteers from Vizent Inc. and Real School Gardens along with selected Foster students participated in the "Big Dig" and installed our Real School Garden in the Foster front courtyard. 

         Our motto at Foster is "Work Hard, Get Smart and Graduate from College."  Today, with the help of our many partners and community members, we continue to proudly serve and change the lives of our Love Field area students and their families.