Courtesy post. See attached for details.
Just a reminder that Monday, March 14th is a student holiday at WISD. Have a great weekend and we will see staff only Monday!
East Texas Small School Job Fair - Saturday, March 12th, see the flyer for full details!
East Texas Small School Job Fair is Coming Up!
Join us for the next "Town Hall Meeting"! Monday, March 7th @ 6:30
The Town Hall meeting scheduled for today will be at 6:30 at the Elementary Cafeteria.
WISD Town Hall Meeting - Tonight
East Texas Small School Job Fair
See attached for upcoming WHS HOSA Sponsored Blood Drive
A big shout-out to our Woodville ISD school counselors - Angela Hollingsworth, Jordan Duhon, Angela Moses, Laren Allen, and Ginger Dahl. These dynamic ladies provide guidance counseling and social emotional learning supports to our students and staff. They are absolutely amazing and we are so blessed to have them at Woodville ISD. We are definitely "Better Together" with them on our team!
Due to uncertain weather and road conditions, combined with a large number of students and staff out with flu, strep, COVID and other illnesses; we are cancelling school for tomorrow, Friday, February 4, 2022. The district will use this time to disinfect and sanitize all campuses and facilities. Extra curricular activities scheduled for Friday afternoon or Saturday will continue as scheduled. We will see everyone back on Monday, February 7th. Stay warm and dry.
Town Hall Meetings Scheduled In our continued effort to be transparent and provide the community and our staff with factual information and the ability to ask questions, Woodville ISD has scheduled three Bond Information Town Hall meetings. These meetings are scheduled to be held at the Elementary Cafeteria at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday - February 17th, Monday - March 7th and Monday - March 28th. It is our desire that all Woodville ISD residents are informed and can vote with confidence on Saturday, May 7, 2022.
WOODVILLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT News Release January 14, 2022 For immediate release: Proposition includes safety, career and technology and new facilities The Woodville ISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to accept the recommendation of the District's Facility Task Force Committee to call for a $47,850,000 bond package for the May 2022 Election. The bond package was developed and recommended by the District's Facility Task Force Committee representing a cross-section of the community, including local citizens, civic and business leaders, parents and school staff. The Task Force studied a district-wide facility assessment, demographics and enrollment projections, district financial information and toured all campuses. Over a period of nine months, members met to assess and prioritize key areas of focus, which included potential new facilities as well as maintenance, renovations to existing campuses before making their recommendation. If approved by the voters, the bond will be used to finance the construction of a new Pre-Kindergarten thru Fifth Grade school building to replace the existing buildings housing the Woodville Elementary and Intermediate schools. The bond will also finance renovations to the current Vocational-Ag building at the high school including an addition to expand space for other Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. Any bond proceeds used for capital items will be amortized over a short period of time and for a period less than the useful life of these capital items as required by law. If anyone has any questions or wants more information regarding the bond program, they may visit the school website at www.woodvilleeagles.org; call the School Administration Office at 409-283-3752; or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see attached information for full details on registering for the 2022 girls softball season.
Please see the attached information for full details on registering for the 2022 girls softball season.
DETCCA will be hosting an EMT certification course with Acadian Ambulance starting January 10th. The course runs January 10-April 18th. You must be at least 17 years of age, have a GED or High School Diploma and pass a physical and drug screen. The cost is $1500 but there may some grant opportunities available. Adults and High school seniors are eligible to enroll. This is a hybrid program and most of the work will be available online. Face to face classes will only meet 1 day a week each Monday evening. For more information contact DETCCA at 409-382-1020. Registration deadline in January 2nd.
Coats for Kids - See attached for full details.
WISD will have an early release on Thursday, Nov. 18. We have several events occurring that afternoon/evening in addition to our regular afternoon bus routes, in order to accommodate all transportation needs, we will release at 1:30 p.m. that day. Please plan accordingly.
WISD is experiencing a power outage at the Elementary and Intermediate campuses. Buses will run on their normal schedule this afternoon but parents may come pick up students now if they would like.
Woodville ISD Veteran's Day Celebration 2021