Thank you for visiting the F. D. Titus Elementary School Web Site! We hope that you will find it helpful in learning about our school community.

    Titus Elementary School opened its doors in 1951, and was initially named Warrington Elementary School. At a later time as several township schools were consolidated into Central Bucks School District, our school was renamed after Mrs. Florence D. Titus, who was a school board president. Mrs. Titus was an energetic woman who worked in many capacities on behalf of the members of the Warrington community. She was a wonderful role model for children and adults alike, and we are proud to serve Warrington families in a school bearing her name!

    Titus Elementary is one of fifteen elementary schools within the Central Bucks School District, all of which share a tremendous pride in how we serve the needs of our students and their families. Titus faculty members demonstrate true commitment to the social, emotional, and academic well being of our students. They are committed to excellence in both their professional efforts and in the accomplishments of their students. Consequently, our students’ academic progress remains a consistent source of pride for the Titus school community.

    Titus Elementary School has enjoyed the benefits of an active Home and School organization throughout its history. This parent group has kept itself vital and energized through the involvement of caring and creative individuals over the years, who have provided ably and well for their children and our school. One of my core beliefs as a parent, and educator, is that in order for our children to get the most out of the world around them we need to work together - the home and the school. Your involvement in your child's school sends a powerful message that education is important. The Home and School Association eagerly welcomes new faces within their ranks of Titus volunteers. We look forward to your participation with this dynamic group.

    We hope you enjoy examining our site!



    Bridget M. Pustay, Principal