Irving, Texas 75062
We pledge to motivate, support, and inspire our Horned Frogs, by providing them with the tools needed to become lifelong learners and achievers!
Learning today...leading tomorrow
Thomas Haley Pledge
I know that I am a good student. I know that I will achieve. I know that by working hard I will succeed. I can learn today. I will learn today. Excuses are monuments of nothingness. They build bridges to nowhere. Those who use these tools of incompetence are masters of nothingness.
History of Thomas Haley Elementary School
Tom and Fannie Haley, on their 50th wedding anniversary, in front of their house at their farm in present day northwest Irving. Today the Tom Haley Elementary School stands on the site of the old farm house.
Thomas Haley Elementary opened its doors in 1963.
The school was named in honor of Mr. Thomas “Tom” Haley (1872-1963) who played an active role in the Irving community. Of his contributions, Mr. Haley supervised the construction of the early Beltline Road; he was president of the Irving School district voting in the building of the first brick school house; and he was the oldest original land title holder in Dallas County.