Hyman Elementary School

Duncanville Independent School District

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  • Hyman


    Our school was constructed in 2002-03 and opened on August 18, 2003 as part of an expansion bond passage by the Duncanville ISD.
    Our school was named for C. J Hyman, a long-time educator in the Duncanville I.S.D. and his wife, Anne Hyman, who taught in the district for many years. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hyman began their employment with the Duncanville Independent School District in 1953.  Mr. Hyman served as a math teacher at Duncanville High School and his wife Anne began teaching second grade at Fairmeadows Elementary School. 
    In 1962, Mr. Hyman was selected as the first principal of the newly constructed Merrifield Elementary School.  Following his service as the Merrifield Elementary Principal, Mr. Hyman was solicited by the Board of Trustees to become the district's first business manager.  Ultimately gaining the title of Assistant Superintendent for Business, he prepared monthly payroll for teachers and staff and accurately forecasted the financial affairs of the district during its tremendous growth and formative years.
    Mr. Hyman was attributed with initiating the practice of using interest earnings on the funds of the district to support teacher pay increases and is credited for introducing computers to district management.  He served with two additional superintendents, W.H. Byrd and Sam Thompson, before his retirement in 1983 after serving a total of 30 years with the district, twenty of those as Assistant Superintendent for Business.
    Mr. C. J. Hyman died on November 9, 1989 at the age of 70 and was honored by the Texas House of Representatives for his contribution to the Duncanville community and for touching the lives of students throughout his tenure in the Duncanville Independent School District.  He was a graduate of Duncanville High School, a decorated World War II veteran, and was a recipient of a Purple Heart.  Anne Hyman continues to thrive in the community and is considered a treasure of the district.  She taught for many years in Duncanville schools.

    Mascot: Hawks
    Colors: Red & Blue

School Information

  • 8441 Fox Creek Trail
    Dallas 75249
    p. 972-708-6700
    f. 972-708-6767


    Mission Statement

    It is our mission to work collaboratively to do everything it takes to ensure high levels of LEARNING and social emotional awareness for ALL students.


    Vision Statement

    Vision: #ALLmeansALL (for all things academic) / #Hawktastic (for all things fun) 


    Core Beliefs


    1. When we say ALL students, we mean ALL students.
    2. We will take a collective responsibility for all children and will not place blame.
    3. We will learn from each other and push each other professionally.
    4. Collaboration is not optional, and choosing not to collaborate is malpractice.
    5. We will build trusting relationships with ALL students and colleagues.  
    6. Do everything it takes to ensure that every student achieves grade-level academic expectations.
    7. One of the greatest predictors of life success is educational success.
    8. All children, in every class, will learn a guaranteed curriculum at high levels.
    9. Hope is not a strategy
    10. Don't Blame the kids, parents or previous teachers
    11. It's about student learning, completing work is non-negotiable



    Campus Values

    “Hyman Hawks are:
    Always responsible
    Winning Attitude
    Kind to others, and
    Show Respect”


    School Colors

    Navy and White


    School Mascot




    PreK-Fourth Grade


    School Hours

    8:00 am - 3:30 pm
    Pre K Morning:
    8:00 - 11:30 am
    Pre K Afternoon:
    12:00 pm - 3:30 pm


    Campus Administrators

    Brandee King, Principal

    Matt Northcutt, Asst. Principal