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UIL Regional Congress Competition

Willis High School Juniors Andrew Hodge, Dylan Shears and Jayan Bhakta recently competed at the UIL Regional Congress Competition, a sub-division of the UIL Speech and Debate tournaments. Andrew placed 5th and was named 2nd alternate to state. Dylan received the Top Presiding Officer Award for his chamber for 5A. All three were strong competitors and represented Willis well.
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Terrific Trees of Texas Arbor Day Poster Winner

Turner Elementary fifth-grade student Zisel Brasa was honored at a ceremony at Lone Star College Montgomery this week for her winning poster drawing in the Terrific Trees of Texas Arbor Day Poster Contest. She was joined by her 4th grade teacher, Tracy Gray. Congratulations!
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American Education Week

This week Willis ISD is joining public schools across the nation to celebrate the 96th annual American Education Week. Public schools are the cornerstone of our communities, and Willis ISD is no different. To show your pride in public schools this week, share your photos of Willis ISD in action using the hashtag, #PublicSchoolsForAll.
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November Students of the Month

The November Students of the Month were announced Wednesday at the school board meeting. The elementary honoree is Alexander Hernandez, a fifth-grade student at Parmley Elementary; and the secondary honoree is Jack Wiebe, an eighth-grade student at Brabham Middle School.
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Ladykat Volleyball Playoffs

The Ladykats defeated Waller Tuesday to become the Regional Quarterfinal Champs. The team will now take on Kingwood in the Regional Semifinal game at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10 at Houston ISD's Delmar Fieldhouse.
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CTE Groundbreaking

Willis ISD held an official groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the new Career & Technology Education Center on Wednesday, Oct. 11. The 112,950-square-foot CTE Center, along with an Agricultural Science Center is set to open with the 2018 school-year.
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