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  • BMS Project Based Learning Day

    Brabham Middle School left behind traditional teaching today for a Project Based Learning Day (PBL). For today’s PBL, students had an opportunity to choose between two different projects - Solving a middle school problem such as bullying, or coding to create a short movie/cartoon. The students are given choice over their desired project, but also have choice in how they complete the work. It’s a fun day of collaboration and student-driven learning, which helps keep students engaged and excited about learning.

    Students coding during the project based learning.

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  • Save box tops please

     

     

    National Junior Honor Society is collecting BOX TOPS for Brabham Middle School. Please help by clipping BOX TOPS and sending them to school with your child. BOX TOPS can be turned in to the front office. 

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     If you need to communicate a change of after school transportation for your child, please email your child's name and change request to brabhamtransportation@willisisd.org. All transportation change requests must be submitted via email by 2:00 pm each day. Transportation changes after this time cannot be guaranteed to be communicated with your child. Transportation changes will not be accepted via phone calls.

         Click here to email a transportation change.

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District News

  • Parent Center Closed for Thanksgviving

    The WISD Parent Support Center will be closed today, Friday, November 16 thru Monday, November 26...

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  • Speech and Debate

    The Willis High School Speech and Debate Team recently participated in the Congressional Debate...

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  • Board Election 2018

    Judge Wayne Mack of Montgomery County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 conducted a swearing in ceremony for elected Willis ISD Board of Trustee members prior to the Nov. 12, 2018 regular meeting. The board members were unopposed and thereby elected prior to the Nov. 6, 2018 General Election. The re-elected board members are...

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  • November Student of The Month

    Khloe Pesquera, a second grade student at Turner Elementary, was awarded the November 2018 Elementary Student of The Month Award. She was chosen by her teachers due to her perfect scholarly student behavior and sweet personality. Her teachers commented that she is always the first to help others and is always the last to leave, offering help to any student or teacher she sees in need. She is quiet but always does what she is supposed to do and sets a great example for her fellow students.

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  • November Student of The Month

    Mazlyn Heyer, eighth grade student at Brabham Middle School, was named the Willis ISD Secondary Student of the Month for November. The BMS Basketball player exemplifies respect and responsibility which is Brabham’s motto. Congratulations Mazlyn and thank you for setting such a great example.

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  • November MVP- Charity Stokes

    Congratulations to our Willis ISD November MVP, Charity Stokes, Kindergarten teacher at Turner Elementary School. A video tribute was shown prior to the board meeting November 12. Click headline to view video.

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  • Willis ISD Earns Perfect Score on Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas

    Willis ISD has received a perfect score on the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas. The report, which covers data from 2016-17, was presented to the Board on Oct. 15, 2018. Click headline to read the full story.

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  • Willis High School Seniors named Commended Students in the National Merit Scholarship Program

    Willis High School Seniors Andrew Hodge and Matthew Nell have been named Commended Students in the National Merit Scholarship Program. The students are in the top 50,000 of more than 1.6 million students who entered the 2019 National Merit Program by taking the 2017 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). We are so proud of these students for their hard work and dedication to academic success that led to this recognition.

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  • Superintendent Harkrider Named a Top Five Finalist in TASB Superintendent of the Year Contest

    Superintendent Harkrider has been named a top five finalist in the Texas Association of School Board's Superintendent of the Year program. Harkrider was named the Region VI SOTY in June. The state winner will be announced at the TASB convention Sept. 28.

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