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School Mascot, Big Blue, posing at the Hartman 60th Anniversary Celebration.
First Grade teacher and student discussing a world map.
A First Responder high-fiving Hartman students.
Miss Texas posing in front of a group of students with a book.
Hartman Staff Group picture.
Third Grade student pie-ing a teacher in the face.

Welcome to Hartman Elementary

Welcome to Hartman Elementary, proudly serving grades PK-4 and the oldest elementary school in Wylie ISD, established in 1963. Located in the heart of Wylie, we are the only campus that serves early childhood students starting at 3 years old. As a 2017 National Blue Ribbon school, Hartman Elementary is dedicated to providing exceptional education and fostering a strong sense of community.

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

  • Parent
Amy Frank
I have three boys with ADHD and two that require some extra services for different circumstances. Every single staff member has been caring, attentive, patient, and open to suggestions when figuring out the best academic plan for our boys and how to best address their needs. We have felt so blessed to be a part of the Hartman family.
I have also been impressed with the school district and how they have been so attentive and responsive to district-wide situations that have arisen over the years from school zone safety, the pandemic, and safety at our schools. I feel the WISD administration is always on top of every situation that arises. I also love the relationships that Dr. Vinson develops with everyone district-wide.
Amy Frank


  • Staff Member
Mia Stuart
Once I became a student of Wylie ISD my life was forever changed! I found a place to express myself and a place to be seen by people who cared about me. Wylie ISD has never let me down! I am so blessed to be on the Wylie ISD team to show other kids the Wylie Way!
Mia Stuart


  • Parent
Kathryn Turner
I love how much Wylie ISD communicates with parents. This tells me they truly value the delicate balance of school and home life, and how we need to work together to help the student build confidence and feel success.
One of my children who attends Wylie schools is disabled and the love and care the teachers show is seen, felt, and appreciated. I see inclusion and acceptance happening in our community and I believe our Wylie public schools pave the way for that.
Kathryn Turner


  • Staff Member
Alyssa Harwell
I have a few things I love about Wylie ISD. I have been here for 10 years! I love the passion and love Mrs. Hudgins has for her staff and students! She goes above and beyond to make sure everyone feels valued, heard, and appreciated!
I have had the pleasure of working for her the past 6 years! My second would be Mrs. Parker-Akins, the music teacher at Hartman. We moved from Groves to Hartman my daughter's 4th-grade year, which was hard for her to leave everything she knew the past 4 years. My daughter has a huge personality but was having a hard time finding her place at Hartman. Mrs Atkins embraced my daughter and gave her a place to shine on stage during their musical and talent show. She gave Katie Jo a place to be her and belong.
Alyssa Harwell


  • Staff Member
Kristin Rea
I like being a part of the Wylie ISD family because it is a community of love. This year, my family was faced with a trauma and the entire community stepped up to show their support. Hartman Elementary enveloped my younger kids with hugs, kind words and a safe space to continue to learn and grow.
The love that Cooper Junior High showed my oldest son and I came in so many forms: prayers, food, hospital visits and a great deal of patience. This year in the worst moments of my life, Wylie ISD made me feel loved and supported every day. In the spirit of Wylie Way, they proved that tiny (and big) humans come first and a great education with will follow. This spring, my kids learned that school is about more than what you learn in books.
Kristin Rea