Mary Burks Marek Elementary

1947 Kirby    Pearland, TX 77584


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 Mary Marek Elemenatary:
Mary Burks Marek Elementary opened her doors to students for the first time on August 10, 2004. It was the first school to open in Shadow Creek Ranch. Marek is home to a very diverse population of Pre-K through fifth-graders. We are proud to have such diversity in our communtiy with over thirty different languages represented. Marek has been very pleased with all of their students' success; they were named a 2005 and 2007 Recognized campus, and a 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012 Exemplary campus.


  • Residency Verification/Class Assignments

    All Alvin ISD students (both new enrolled and returning) must provide current proof of residence prior to the start of   school. Open proof of residency is July 28 - August 25. This updated information must be on file before a classroom assignment will be given. Class assignments will be mailed out on August 15th to all students who have proven residency. Click following link  for more details:  Residency Requirements Letter
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Campus Information

  • Summer at Marek

    by Krystal Hawks
    Summer Office Hours
    Monday - Friday 8:00-4:00
    (Lunch 12:00-1:00) 
    Summer Library Hours:
    Tuesdays 10:00-2:00pm
     The building will be closed from July 16th - July 21st for construction.
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  • Marek Lock-in

    by Krystal Hawks

     Students in grades 1-5 are invited to our lock-in on Thursday, August 14th from 3-6:30 pm with teachers and staff. Children will be dazzled as we explore physical and chemical changes through the Mad Science “Fire and Ice” show. Students will witness the wonder of air pressure and an indoor firework show. For the finale, students will be “wowed” with a huge bubbling potion that will have them excited about science like you’ve never seen before.

    $20 - Included in the price, students will receive:


    ¨ Dinner– 2 slices of pizza, drink, and fruit chew snacks

    ¨ Mad science assembly and more fun in rotation stations with a make and take art project

    ¨ Dress code approved Mary Marek Elementary Spirit Shirt

    ¨ Memories that last a lifetime with presenters, teachers, and staff

             Limited to the first 200 recipients - click on the link below for registration forms







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Contact Information

Phone: 281-245-3232
Fax: 713-436-3796 

Quick Facts

Vision and Core Beliefs

Alvin ISD Vision:

Alvin ISD is a dynamic learning organization committed to excellence for all students and every program.
AISD Core Beliefs:

 Trusting relationships in a safe and caring environment are vital to aninnovative learning organization.

 A learning organization focused on excellence will continuallytransform to best suit the needs of our students and community.

 Through community support and engagement, quality public schools buildand preserve a healthy democratic society.

 Every student is uniquely capable and deserves to be provided engaging,challenging and meaningful work.

 Each student should be empowered to realize the opportunities that theyhave as 21st century learners.