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  • October Students of the Month

    The October Secondary Student of the Month is Hailee Workman. Hailee is a Junior at WHS. She was nominated by Cosmetology Teacher Katie Hepler. The October Elementary Student of the Month is Seth Hourahan from Turner Elementary. He is in Ms. Greenleaf and Mrs. Nestor’s fifth grade class. Congratulations!

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  • NEW Anonymous Alert App

    Willis ISD is excited to introduce a new communications tool called Anonymous Alerts®. Anonymous Alerts® allows students or parents to quickly, easily, and anonymously report urgent information to school officials across all of our school campuses. Click headline to learn more.

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  • Revised 2020-2021 Calendar

    In response to feedback from campus administrators and teachers indicating the need for additional time to plan for instruction, Dr. Harkrider presented a plan to the Board of Trustees at the Oct. 14, 2020 meeting that would add additional early release days to the current 2020-21 calendar. The Board unanimously approved adding six additional Early Release dates to the current calendar. Click headline for more information.

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  • Substitutes Needed

    The Willis ISD Board of Trustees approved to raise daily substitute pay rates from $15-$30, depending on qualifications.

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  • Canvas Parent Meetings

    At your request, the district has scheduled several parent nights, in both English and Spanish, to teach parents how to use Canvas. You can attend any campus' event - choose the one that works for you. The links for each campus' sign up are below. Click the headline for more information or to sign up.

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  • Football Game Tickets

    Football season is underway! There will be an online ticketing system used this year. Please click headline to read the full details.

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  • 2020-2021 Tax Rate Information

    Click headline to view 2020-2021 tax rate information.

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  • COVID Procedures Reminders

    As students begin to occupy our campuses again, we are beginning to receive notifications of individuals (students or staff) testing positive for COVID-19. We wanted to send a reminder about the procedures for daily self-monitoring of symptoms, what to do in the event of a positive test, and the requirements for returning to school after an illness.

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