Education

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02
May

Innovative inventions

Second grade students shown with their inventions are Kaden Engledow, Braedyn Littrell, Lyla Bullard, Hallie Erwin and Shelton Pillow.

The GT students of Wood Intermediate School recently finished a unit of study on inventions.  Students were asked to create their own invention and showcase them in an Invention Convention event that featured area innovative projects and designs from GT students.

Mon
02
May

Wills Point ISD menu May 2-6

Breakfast

PK-12

Monday-choice of sausage roll, cereal and toast or yogurt and toast, choice of pears or orange juice, jelly, choice of milk

Tuesday-choice of pancakes, cereal and toast or yogurt and toast, choice of mixed fruit or strawberries, jelly, choice of milk

Mon
25
Apr

TVCC to offer nursing course in Canton

Trinity Valley Community College Continuing and Workforce Education department announces a summer CNA course to be held in Canton. The course will be held at Crossroads Church, 1930 S. Trade Days Blvd., beginning with orientation on May 10. Those who pass the course are eligible to participate in the State of Texas Certification exam.
Tuition is $713, plus additional expenses including a watch, shoes, gait belt, stethoscope, certified background and scrubs.
 TVCC and the East Texas Workforce Board collaborate to assist those who qualify to receive services that improve their literacy skills. Residents of Henderson, Anderson and Van Zandt counties who have minor children at home and receive some sort of assistance (Medicaid, SNAP, CHIP, Free/Reduced Lunches) may qualify for advising and help with supplies, books, tuition and other services.

Mon
25
Apr

New Tigerettes

Wills Point Junior High Tigerettes for 2016-‘17 school year are, top row from left,
Jackie Ryder, Violet Ibarra, Kasey Ashby, Miena Cervantes, Daley Smith, Ryann Goldberg, Gracie Cross, Cheyenne Bocook, next row, Abby Barker, Brooklyn Tanner, Emily Hernandez, Victoria Young, Katie Ryder, next row, Ava Ewins, Hailey Brannon, Jamesiah Cobb, Sierra Wilson, Lucy Lusk, Alice Bryant, front row, Kenzie Samples, Alyssa Lee, Michelle Nava, Payton Lawson, Madie King and Haleigh Jones.

Mon
18
Apr

UIL Accounting team advanced to the Regional Meet

Wills Point High School's UIL Accounting team advanced to the Regional Meet by winning first, second, third and sixth individually and first overall as a team at the District UIL Meet. Team members include (from l-r) first place individual finisher Andrew Hardman, third place individual finisher Shelby Robinson, second place individual finisher Mason Moore and, not pictured, sixth place individual finisher Jonathon Lopez.

Mon
18
Apr

Wills Point ISD menu April 18-22

Breakfast

PK-12

Monday-choice of hot pocket, cereal and toast, yogurt and toast, choice of banana or applesauce, jelly, choice of milk

Tuesday-choice of waffles, cereal and toast, yogurt and toast, choice of strawberries or mandarin oranges, jelly, choice of milk

Mon
18
Apr

Book-It

Noah Wright, a third grader at Woods Intermediate School, participated in the Book-It Reading Program. Wright was the only student to complete the 200 minutes per month for the entire six months in Mrs. Mixon's third grade class.

Mon
11
Apr

WP Primary March students of the month

WP Primary students that were named the March students of the month are Pre-K-Bryce Treadwell, Liam Buchanon, Victor Agundis, Judith Cervantes, Brightyn Hunt, Sophia Cruikshank and Carlin Stephens; kindergarten-Daisey Montano, Ava Holloway, Lexie Kovatch, Valarie Gonzalez, Kason Baker, Lily-Ana Blake, Callie Dennis, Madison Edwards and Landon Rosales; first grade-Rayne Ramzy, Lindsey Gallegos, Jose Hernandez, Ethan Blevins, Noah Darnell, Annie White, Mayo Olvera, Desiree Passons and Deanne Peck who was not present.

Mon
11
Apr

Woods Intermediate holds pep rally

Woods Intermediate hosted their third nine weeks academic pep rally  March 25.  Students from the WPHS spoke to students about leadership.  The Woods Intermediate students were then recognized for their academic successes and celebrated with a line of high fives from educators and staff.

Mon
11
Apr

Alexander graduates from Texas A&M Commerce

On Dec. 19, 2015, Carson Dee Alexander graduated from Texas A & M University Commerce with a bachelor of science, majoring in criminal justice, with all semesters being recognized to the dean’s list. He is a 2012 graduate of Wills Point High School. His parents are Larry and Kathy Alexander of Wills Point. He has been accepted to the Texas State Trooper Academy in Austin and will pursue a career in law enforcement.

 

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