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Welcome to Cox Elementary

Welcome to Cox Elementary, proudly serving grades K-4 in Wylie ISD. As one of only two schools in the district offering a Dual Language program, we provide unique educational opportunities that enrich our students' learning experiences. Our close-knit neighborhood school, known for strong family involvement and support, embraces cultural diversity and serves both Sachse and Wylie. At Cox Elementary, we believe "every child counts and every moment matters," ensuring each student receives the care and education they need to thrive and succeed.

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

  • Parent
Alida Jones
We spent 5 years at Cox Elementary and the relationships that the teachers work to build with their students are amazing. Specifically for us, we found Mrs. Ozols to be outstanding. She was a fan of my children, even the one she never got to have. She was a fierce protector.
She taught the students where they were and helped them grow to where they needed to be. Her ability to relationship build is what makes her special and a great example of what makes Wylie ISD special. I am so thankful for Mrs. Ozols, Cox Elementary and Wylie ISD.
Alida Jones


  • Parent
Monica Muñoz
We are a family with 3 children who are currently entering their 13th year with Wylie ISD. As parents, we are active, involved, and invested in this school district beyond our own children and family and we have had nothing less than the best experiences.
Starting in elementary, where all 3 of our children were afforded the opportunity to participate in the Dual Language program, they had some of the best, top-notch and caring teachers. Two of our three children have been identified as GT and the other was identified with Visual Processing Disorder and memory span. The support for these programs alone has been stellar.
Our 3 also have had the opportunity to take advantage of additional programs including Band, Theatre, and Cheer.
Monica Munoz


  • Staff Member
Stephanie James
As my last kid graduates this year, I could not be more grateful for the district in which she and her sister have grown up. I think what I appreciate most about Wylie ISD is the fidelity with which it has influenced them to be the best version of themselves.
There has been such a strong focus on developing their character alongside encouraging positive forward-thinking about their future and all its possibilities. I've seen the district's intentionality from the perspective of a parent, a volunteer with PTA and now as an employee. In each facet, I've seen a consistency and clarity in what the goal and purpose is for every student and the focus on building relationships.
I completely understand why Wylie ISD is a destination district.
Stephanie James


  • Parent
Mrs. Katy Parish
Angel Alvarado, the 5th-grade dual language social studies teacher, embodies the very best of our district. As one of the few male teachers in the program, he instantly connects with all students, especially boys, serving as a vital role model during their formative years. His twice-weekly soccer club provides a productive outlet for energy & fosters lasting friendships - he even comes to his students' games on weekends. His bilingualism creates a welcoming space for new, native Spanish-speaking students, nurturing a sense of belonging as soon as they come to Harrison. His impact extends far beyond the classroom, leaving an indelible mark on countless lives. Mr. Alvarado is truly one of the finest assets of our school district.
Katy Parish