M. G. Ellis School was constructed in 1953.
This international-influenced building was designed by Clyde H. Woodruff, liaison architect to the district.
It is unique among other schools of the era in that it was constructed by the school system's Maintenance Division.
The school has been significantly enlarged with the construction of brick and metal additions.
M.G. Ellis Early Childhood Center re-opened in the fall of 2003.
This campus the only campus in Fort Worth I.S.D. to only service Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten students.