Woodville High School student Carrington Marendes is in the running for the NWBA Nike Player of the Month. Click on "Vote for Carrington" below and help us support one of our own. Vote for Carrington......
Our new system is live! This new system is part of a software platform that will enable us to share information and manage school communications much easier and more efficiently. Information and aler......
Due to several teachers and students being out sick this week, we will have to postpone the Valentine’s Day silent auction and bake sale scheduled for tomorrow. We will regroup and reschedule when we return from Winter Break. We apologize for any inconvenience!
CHEER ANNOUNCEMENT! 6th & 7th graders who are trying out for cheerleader: Please remember that your tryout fee of $10.00 is due tomorrow by 3:30. Practice begins this Thursday from 3:30-5:00 in the middle school gym. Additional practices are: Monday 2/11, Tuesday 2/10, & Wednesday 2/13 Tryouts are Thursday 2/14 beginning @ 4:00
WMS REMINDER: As stated in the student handbook at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year, students are required to have clear or mesh backpacks only.
On Monday, January 14th, 2019 7th and 8th grade students will be attending the Jason Project Presentation at Lamar University. Buses will leave at 8:30am and return at 2:45pm. Please remember to send money or a sack lunch for your student if you did not request a lunch from the cafeteria on the permission form.
Woodville Middle School Vision Woodville Middle School will work to create a learning environment that provides opportunities for students to be critical thinkers, problem solvers, and life-long learners. In an effort to support our Campus Improvement Plan, we will be sharing ways that parents can assist their student, as we work together to promote high achievement in Middle School. The first order of business is to instill a series of successful habits. One of the most important habits is to be proactive. As a parent, you can be the agent of change in your family as you help shift responsibilities to match your principles and values as a family. As a student, you will want to take responsibility for yourself. At WMS, we will be working with students to use “I” statements to help them accept responsibility for their actions. Statements such as: I’m a responsible person (home and school) I take initiatives I choose my actions, attitudes, and moods I don’t blame others for my faults I do good things, even when no one is around Please join us as we work to help your student achieve success in school, and in life.