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  • P-EBT Food Benefits Application Open

    The application for P-EBT benefits is now open until Aug. 13. P-EBT provides food benefits to families with eligible children who temporarily lost access to free or reduced-price meals during the 2020–21 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Click headline to read more.

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  • May Students of the Month

    The May Students of the month are Luke Trujillo, a first grade student at Turner Elementary, and Sure Ibukun, a Senior and Valedictorian of the 2021 Willis High School Graduating Class. Click on the heading to read more about these amazing students!

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  • Susan Fossler Named New CC Hardy Elementary Principal

    Susan Fossler, currently assistant principal at Parmley Elementary, has been promoted to Principal of CC Hardy Elementary for the 2021-22 school year. Fossler joined WISD in 2017 as a counselor before being named AP the following year. Prior to joining WISD she was a teacher and counselor in Conroe ISD for 17 years. Fossler holds a bachelor of science in education and a masters in school counseling from Sam Houston State University.

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  • Wildkat Resource Center Preparing for 2021-22 School Year

    We are excited to announce the new Wildkat Resource Center (WRC), formerly known as the parent center, will be fully up and running for the 2021-2022 school year. The WRC is being led by District Outreach Liaison, Kindra Schiffner. The WRC will offer FREE items for WISD employees, students, and their families in need of assistance. When someone within our school district encounters hard times, we will assist them. The WRC will provide clothing, undergarments and hygiene products monthly to our families in need. The new WRC will not accept donations of any household items or furniture. We are currently taking donations by appointment only.

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  • Pharmacy Tech and Nursing Assistant Students Pass Exams

    Congratulations to the @Willis_HS_TX Pharmacy and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) students for achieving a 100% first-time passing rate on their state exams. All of the students are seniors, and are led by Health Science Instructor, Katrina King. Click headline to read more.

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  • Journalism Students

    Willis High School Journalism students recently competed at UIL Regionals, with two students earning a trip to the State competition in May. Heather Jackson won 3rd place for her news story, and Julianna Needham won 3rd place in Informative Speaking. The top 3 winners qualify for state competition. Additionally, the journalism team, made up of Brenan Mansker, Katherine Lee, and Summer Rains, placed 3rd for team journalism. Congratulations!

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