Allison Elementary School

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Our History

Our school opened its doors in the fall of 1955 and was named for Laura Louticia Allison, an educator in Austin for fifty years. She taught at Bickler Elementary and Winn Elementary schools and worked tirelessly for students as a classroom teacher and librarian. As a leader among teachers, Laura L. Allison was instrumental in developing the Texas Teacher Retirement System. She was also an active member and President of the Austin Classroom Teachers Association. 


Our School

Laura L. Allison Elementary School is a cornerstone in the heart of the historic ​Montopolis community in East Austin. 

The mission of Laura Allison Elementary is to collaborate with our school community to honor, cultivate, and empower all learners.

Our vision is to inspire all students to reach their maximum potential and discover unique talents and skills. We aim to be a school where students grow and positively impact the world around them.

Our Principal - Lupe Molina

I am the “Proud Principal” of Allison Elementary! I am proud to lead such an amazing staff and community as we create a positive environment for all of our students. I have worked in AISD as a teacher, bilingual specialist, assistant principal and currently have been the Principal of Allison since 2017.

My family consists of my husband David Molina, daughters Karla 27, Kristina 22 and my niece Sarah 23. I am originally from Cd. Juarez Mexico and came to the United States as a little girl. I consider El Paso my hometown where my family still resides. I received my BA from Southwestern Assemblies of God University and my M.Ed. from the University of Texas at Austin. Go Longhorns!

Principal's Message 2023-24