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Armstrong's 100th

Armstrong Top 100 Program

In celebration of Armstrong’s 100th birthday, the Armstrong Top 100 Program allows students to vote for their favorite things creating Armstrong Top 100 Lists for everything from books to movies to athletes to food. This is a fun way for the students to participate directly in the centennial celebration. Starting in February, voting will take place monthly through the end of the school year and then again in September and October. The Top 100 lists will be posted online and around the school for all to enjoy.  In addition, each month, one student will win a $50 gift card related to that month’s topic. Only current Armstrong students are eligible to enter and win. Students must vote to be eligible to win the gift card. The winning student’s teacher also will get a matching gift card.

Results: The votes are in!

  • Click here to view the Top 100 Favorite Toys & Games
  • Click here to view the Top 100 Favorite Kids' Movies and TV Shows
  • Click here to view the Top 100 Favorite Things About Armstrong Elementary
  • Click here to view Armstrong’s Top 100 Favorite Athletes.
  • Click here to view Armstrong’s Top 100 Favorite Healthy Food and Drinks.
  • Click here to view Armstrong’s Top 100 Favorite Books. 


The Armstrong Top 100 Program is run by an Armstrong PTA volunteer and approved by the PTA and Dr. Moran. Personal information gathered as part of the voting process will only be used to facilitate the program. No data will be shared with a third-party or other programs.

Armstrong Generations

One of the many things that makes Armstrong a unique and special school is the number of students who have had multiple family members, throughout many generations, attend the school. As the first elementary school in Highland Park ISD, the school has a long history in the community and with the families that serve it.  That long history is a key attribute of what makes a school more than just a place to learn but a place that is cherished and honored within the community. As part of the centennial celebration, we will be highlighting a few of the families that have contributed to Armstrong’s legacy – understanding what made Armstrong special in the past and what the students currently attending think make it special today.

The Beecherl Family

With their six decades of attendance at Armstrong Elementary, the Beecherl family has had more than 30 family members attend the school. 

The Weddington-Cervin-Axley Family

Starting in 1948, the Weddington-Cervin-Axley family has been a part of Armstrong. 

The Means-Bales Family

Three generations of the Means family have called Armstrong home since 1946. 

The Lokey/Kelley Family

The Lokey/Kelley family began creating their Armstrong memories in 1949. A son-in-law and grandchildren continued the tradition. 

The Longmoor-Doherty-White Family

As the only fourth-generation Armstrong family, the Longmoor-Doherty-White family have sent 16 family members through the doors of their beloved school starting in 1916. 

The Ware-Read-Humann-Kinder Family

This family’s story begins in 1926 with a third-grader starting at Armstrong. Their involvement with the school would focus on education and educating from that time until today.