At Ebby Halliday Elementary Reading Opens Doors


At Ebby Halliday Elementary Reading Opens Doors

 

This past Friday members of the Ebby Halliday family spent the morning reading to students at Ebby Halliday Elementary.

 

At Ebby Halliday Elementary Reading Opens Doors

 

Sales Manager Terri Wheeler of Ebby’s Southwest Dallas/Ellis County Office, Preston Center Associate Howard Roth, 190-Richardson Associate Dawn Redmond, Southwest Dallas/Ellis County Associate Karen James and eResource Manager Pamela Young all took time out of their busy schedules to share their love of reading – and their belief that reading can opens the doors to great opportunities and adventures – with the students of the southern Dallas elementary school named for our company’s founder, Ebby Halliday Acers.

 

At Ebby Halliday Elementary Reading Opens Doors

 

Ebby, who passed away in 2015 at the age of 104, believed strongly in the value of education. As a child, she attended a one-room schoolhouse. Through education, perseverance and just plain hard work – and the ever-growing and accomplished team she assembled around her – Ebby went on to create what is today America’s 10th-largest residential real estate company by sales volume.

 

At Ebby Halliday Elementary Reading Opens Doors

 

In her book, “Ebby Halliday: The First Lady of Real Estate” by Michael Poss, Ebby advised readers to “Make the most of opportunities to learn. Go to college, take special courses, read, listen, observe, and get out there and participate.” Ebby’s advice remains sage for young readers like those at Ebby Halliday Elementary and older readers alike.

 

 

Ebby Halliday Elementary School is a multi-cultural community of parents, stakeholders and staff dedicated to the development of a respectful and supportive learning environment. Students are challenged each and every day to reach their full potential as responsible individuals. We’re proud to be a part of supporting the great kids at Ebby Halliday Elementary and look forward to seeing them excel in school – and in life.