Woodville Middle School students representing too!!!! WISD had another group of students who were chosen to participate at the TASB Governance Conference in Galveston. The group left out super early this morning and will be presenting their "Great Storm of 1900 Project", sharing information and demonstrating their knowledge and leadership skills. What a great experience for these exceptional middle school students and their leaders!
We are so proud and excited for WHS's auto body collision repair class. Under the guidance of Mr. Jesus Prieto (Chuy), the class has been working on restoring this vintage pickup. They were chosen (from hundreds of student groups statewide) to attend the Texas Association of School Boards Governance Camp being held in Galveston over the next couple days. They will have the opportunity to showcase and discuss the skills they are learning. This is a statewide conference attended by school board members from districts all across Texas. "Eagle 1" is headed out!!!!
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In recognition of SRO Appreciation Day (February 15th), we want to give a big shout out to WISD's Director of Safety and Security Stevan Sturrock and Officer Mike Williams for all they do to keep us safe!!! Thanks guys!!!
Due to connectivity issues effecting much of our area, WISD internet and phones are down across the district. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
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More progress! Follow along! We will keep you updated every step of the way!
Stay tuned! We will keep you updated every step of the way!
Starting to see some "solid" progress!!!!
The Lady Eagle Basketball Team will take on Orangefield this Monday, February 12th at 6:30 p.m. in Kirbyville. We will be the visiting team, tickets are $5 adults, $3 students; UIL, TABC, THSCA and senior passes will be accepted. Let's Go Lady Eagles!!!!!
The progress continues! Big things are happening and it is such an exciting time for Woodville ISD!!!!
Due to a cable issue with AT&T, WISD phones and Internet are down across all campuses and the administration office. We are aware of this and are sorry for any inconvenience.
Due to the visibility and road conditions caused by the amount of rain we have received, Woodville ISD is delaying school today by one hour. Buses will run one hour later. Breakfast will be served. Staff will be on campus by 8:15.
On Tuesday, January 23rd Woodville ISD will hold a roll out meeting for the new Woodville Academy to Certify Teachers program (Woodville ACT). This meeting is open to the public as well as current staff who are interested in a career path that will lead to becoming a certified teacher at Woodville ISD. The meeting will be held at the Woodville High School Library from 4pm-5pm. Anyone interested in learning more about the program and its benefits are encouraged to attend.
Woodville ISD will resume our regular schedule tomorrow, Wednesday, January 17th. All buses will run at regular time and breakfast will be served.
Due to more precipitation than expected, which leads to more dangerous road conditions Woodville ISD is canceling school tomorrow, Tuesday, January 16. We are planning a regular start for Wednesday morning. Should any changes need to be made, we will update by 6 o'clock tomorrow evening.
The basketball games are in Huntington as originally scheduled, just to clarify.
Huntington has canceled school for tomorrow so the basketball games scheduled for tomorrow will be played on Wednesday. We will play JV boys and varsity girls at 5 and then JV girls and varsity boys at 6:15. JV games will be in the auxiliary gym.
Due to increasing weather concerns, Woodville ISD has made the decision to delay the start of school on Tuesday, January 16th until 9:50. Buses will run 2 and a half hours later than usual and no breakfast will be served. Students may be dropped off no earlier than 9:35. If changes to this are necessary, we will update everyone via website, social media and our emergency alert system.
Woodville ISD would just like to reiterate that we are aware of the arctic blast and possible adverse weather conditions predicted for our area early next week. We will stay informed and continually monitor those conditions over the holiday weekend. Currently, we plan to resume classes Tuesday morning on a regular schedule. Any decision to delay or cancel school will be made by 6 pm on Monday, we will utilize our website, social media and emergency notification system at that time if necessary.