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Rocketship Dennis Dunkins Elementary

Rocketship Dennis Dunkins Elementary is a new, tuition-free public charter school open to all students in grade PK-3 and growing to ultimately serve grades PK-5 in Tarrant County. We strive to partner with our community and lift parent voices. Founded by leaders born and raised in Southeast Fort Worth, Rocketship Public Schools Texas strives to create a community school where children not only receive an excellent education but families get the resources they need outside of the classroom so their child can show up fully in the classroom.

Our flagship school, Rocketship Dennis Dunkins Elementary, will be located at 3520 E. Berry St., Fort Worth and will offer free, bus transportation for families.

Our Principal

Dr. Christina Hanson is a Southeast Fort Worth native who knows what it’s like to be a student, mother, teacher, and principal in our community. Dr. Hanson not only brings years of experience in Fort Worth ISD as a skilled school leader, curriculum coach, and teacher, but also carries a warmth and genuinity that makes school feel like the second home it’s meant to be. Dr. Hanson has enjoyed serving schools in the community where she grew up and is elated to continue impacting the educational experience for students, families, and the community.

A school culture founded upon H.O.P.E.

Having Opportunities Presented Every Day in Every Way!

Key Information

Grades: PK4-K to 4th grade
Address: 3520 E Berry St, Fort Worth, TX, USA
Principal: Dr. Christina Hanson
Office Manager: Carla Venters
Tel: 682-339-1300
Fax: 682-339-1339

Dennis Dunkins Elementary
3520 E Berry St, Fort Worth, TX, USA

High Quality, Personalized Education with Enrichment Classes in Theater Arts

Family Resources

We want our school to represent not just the possibility of the future, but also to call upon the beautiful community we have here in Stop Six. That's why we named our school after Dennis Dunkins, a pioneer in local education. His courage, passion for excellent education, dedication to our community, and belief in developing talented, diverse educators inspired our parents to choose his legacy to honor.

— Founding Principal, Dr. Christina Hanson



Join the Parent Organizing Committee

Are you interested in getting more involved with Dennis Dunkin’s school community? Join us for our next Parent Organizing Committee (POC) meeting where parents get to know each other, learn what local issues may be affecting their child and family, and learn new skills to help ensure parents’ voices are heard in the community. You can find the next POC meeting in the calendar above.



Our School’s Core Values

  • Responsibility
  • Respect
  • Empathy
  • Persistence
  • H.O.P.E