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Students who use Rosetta Stone at The Varnett Public School may now access the language program on computers, laptops, smart phones, I-Pads and Kindles.
Open a web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome) and navigate to the URL:
 Student Username:

Student Password:

Enter your username and password into the fields on the left side of the page, and click “Sign In.”

If you do not know your log‐in credentials, please contact your student’s teacher. If you need support, please visit

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Grade 5, mathematics retest (STAAR)
Date: 5/8/2017
Grades 3-4 mathematics (STAAR)
Date: 5/8/2017
Grade 5 reading retest (STAAR)
Date: 5/9/2017
Grades 3-4 reading (STAAR)
Date: 5/9/2017
Grade 5 science (STAAR)
Date: 5/10/2017


Varnett Inc. Board

  • Mr. Warner Evin, President
  • Ms. Carolyn Scantlebury, Secretary
  • Dr. Margaret Stroud

Board of Directors

  • Dr. Matthew Plummer
  • Dr. Edgardo Colon
    Vice President
  • Mr. Clarence White III
  • Mrs. Marcia Johnson
  • Mr. Ward S. Gray
  • Dr. Margaret Stroud
    (non-voting member)

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Money, money, money, money (Video)

Mr. Clarence White, commercial loan officer at Texas Loan Star and a member of The Varnett Public School's board of directors, teaches students the difference between a savings account, a money market and a certificate of deposit. During a Career Week appearance at the Varnett Southwest Campus, Mr. White also talked about the power of compounding interest. Mr. White awarded a dollar to each student who correctly answered his questions.

Educator raps about "unnecessary fear" (Video)

Dr. Cherry Gooden, retired associate professor & department chairwoman/curriculum & instruction at Texas Southern University, talked about the importance of teaching and what it takes to become a teacher. She was one of several professionals to visit the Varnett Southwest Campus during Career Week.

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