WP Primary students of the month named

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WP Primary Students of the Month for November  Pre-K-Ariana Dias (not pictured), Salem Stevens-Schooner, Kiara Leila, Brandon Hernandez, Isaiah Taylor and Riley Berry (not pictured); Kindergarten-Guadalupe Zuniga, Georgia Loss, Brianna Davis, Isabella Puente, Tristin Wiggin ton, Colt Lindsey, Priscilla Kelley, Victor Gundis, Jude Butler (not present for picture); and First Grade-Norvell Booker, Braden Brown, Judith Hernandez, Valerie Gonzalez, Kambria Cardoso, Brady Cranfill, Landry Simmons, Grace Anguiano, Kelso Brown (not present for picture).


First graders given free tooth kits by masons

First graders at two local elementary schools were recently given free prevent tooth decay kits through the Fantastic Teeth Fan Club by members of Wills Point Masonic Lodge, led by Gary Huggins. The Masons assembled and delivered more than 200 dental hygiene kits to first graders at Edgewood Primary School and Wills Point Primary School.

The Fantastic Teeth Fan Club, sponsored by Masonic Home and School of Texas (MHS), strives to prevent suffering from toothaches, reduce missed school days due to dental problems, and cut costs for dental treatment.


Drama club hosting ‘Goonies’ quote-along

The Wills Point High School Drama Club has announced that it will be host a quote-along to the 1985 movie classic, “The Goonies”.

In a press release announcing the fundraiser event, organizers stated, “’Hey You GUYS!’ Don't miss ‘The Goonies’ quote-along Dec. 9 at 7:00 at the WPHS campus. To kick things up a notch we're giving away a "Goonies bag" filled with props (including a Baby Ruth candy bar!) to make the screening truly interactive. 

“The quotes that we all know by heart will be subtitled on the screen so we can shout them out in unison. To get the whole thing started we will have a truffle-shuffle contest with the winner going home with a gallon of rocky road ice cream.”

Admission is $2, including the "Goonies bag." All proceeds will go to the theatre scholarship fund.


Reading to succeed

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Wills Point Middle School students Devin Asher, Sebastian King and Jacob Stanbrough review a poster advertising the upcoming Scholastic Book Fair to be held Nov. 28-Dec. 2. The book fair will be in the Middle School Library, and parents are welcome to come in anytime during the school day before 2:40 p.m. On Tuesday, November 29, the book fair will be open until 6 p.m. so parents can come in and shop.  Proceeds from the fair are used to purchase more books and also to help fund Accelerated Reading reward incentives. Cash, checks, or credit cards will be accepted. There is a book fair link on the Middle School website for more information about books and online shopping opportunities.


Students participate in Sweets for Soldiers campaign

Photo by David Kapitan

Dr. Kimberly Neiman presented prizes to Mrs. Yarbrough’s kindergarten class after they collected more candy than any other class within the Wills Point ISD during this year’s Sweets for Soldiers campaign. Additionally, Kensli Timmons was awarded a special prize for making the largest individual donation. 

For the sixth consecutive year, Dr. Kimberly Neiman, DDS of Wills Point and students from the Wills Point ISD combined their efforts to collect candy for the Sweets for Soldiers campaign.

Winning the overall class challenge this year, which included a prize of Sonic gift cards presented by Dr. Neiman, were students in Mrs. Mary Yarbrough’s kindergarten class at Wills Point Primary.

Kensli Timmons, a student in Mrs. Yarbrough’s class, was presented with a $50 gift card by Dr. Neiman for making the largest individual donation this year.

Prizes were presented to Mrs. Yarbrough’s class Veterans Day (Nov. 11) with Wills Point Mayor Mark Turner taking time out to recognize the students.  


WPMS releases honor roll listings

Fist nine weeks A Honor Roll

Fifth grade: Jersi Adams, Jacob Browder, Chloe Cockerham, Kole Collins, Brandon Cox, Kathryn David, Kelcie Doering, Kyle Etheridge, Yuri Frykholm, Payton Fugate, Kimberly Gonzalez, Gerald Goode, Rene Granados Trejo, Alyssa Harris, Jose Hernandez, Michael Jenkins, Ethan Kornegay, McKenzie Littrell, Harlee Lowery, Carson Maddox, Nicolae Marinescu, Elisa McVeigh, Julia Meade, Ennis Puentes Canales, Alyssa Ramsey, Avery Reed, Christopher Rivas, Charleston Sanders, Presley Self, Emily Sewell, Javen Shearin, Hunter Stokes, Landon Strong, Makale Strutton, Kiera Tate, Nathan Thomas, Jacub Truong, and Emma Walls.


WPYSA Cheerleaders

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The Wills Point Youth Sports Association hosted teams representing eight cities, Eustace, Kemp, Quinlan, Royse City, Crandall, Kaufman, Mabank and Wills Point, for the 2016 Tri-County Cheer and Dance Competition. The WP Midget Cheerleaders, consisting of kids ranging in age from kindergarten to second grade, finished as big winners of the event by winning Grand Champion honors.  

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University News

Clark Wamre 

Oklahoma State University


Clark Wamre of Dallas recently graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science in

Business Administration Management. While at OSU, he worked for the university’s athletic department and was a member of Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity.  He interned with Sirius XM Radio, the Washington Redskins and the Texas Rangers. Following graduation, he continues to reside in Oklahoma where he works for NBA’s Oklahoma City  Thunder in sales and marketing.

He is the son of Sally and Rick Wamre of Dallas; the grandson of Emily Hollandsworth of Dallas, formerly of Wills Point and the late Frank Hollandsworth, and LaVonne and Jerome  Wamre of Detroit Lakes, Minn.


Theater Department trunk or treat deadline approaching

The WPHS Theater Department is putting the final touches on a new Halloween event, planning their first ever Trunk or Treat event to be held at the high school parking lot Oct. 22 from 6-9 p.m.

Organizers behind the event advised the community to “Get your costume on and come join the fun! All clubs, Organizations and local businesses are welcome to enter their ‘Trunk.’ This year’s theme is The Nightmare Before Christmas and festivities are targeted for kids up to 12 years old.”

The deadline to enter has been set for Thursday, Oct. 19.


Wills Point ISD menu Oct. 3-7



Monday-sausage roll, cereal and toast, yogurt and toast, grape juice, fresh apple, jelly, choice of milk

Tuesday-pancakes, cereal and toast, yogurt and toast, strawberries, peaches, jelly, choice of milk

Wednesday-banana muffin, cereal and toast, yogurt and toast, applesauce, mixed fruit, jelly, choice of milk

Thursday-biscuit – sausage, cereal and toast, yogurt and toast, fresh orange, pineapple, jelly, choice of milk

Friday-breakfast burrito/salsa, cereal and toast, yogurt and toast, mandarin oranges, pears, jelly, choice of milk



Monday-chicken nuggets or chicken fried steak – cream gravy, ½ baked potato – butter/cheese, broccoli, cinnamon apples, wg wheat roll, ketchup, honey, choice of milk


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