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  • Kats for Christ

    K4C

    Will meet every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month in room 125 at 7:00 - 7:25 am

     

     

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  • Gardening Club

    Brabham Gardening Club

     

    Mr. Beam created the Brabham Gardening Club this year to introduce students to the art and science of gardening. Students interested in the club can sign up to attend their grade level Gardening Club meeting held weekly during Bobkat Time. Mr. Beam has created quite a few "greenthumbs" here at Brabham and the harvest has been bountiful!

     

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  • BOOK CLUB

    The library is hosting a book club during Bobkat time. There are 4 groups reading 4 different books. The books were voted on by the students. The students will read on their own and during bobkat time. While reading each student will keep a think mark, collecting notes on phrases, words, and events in the book and will meet weekly for discussion. See Ms. O in the library to join. 

    Group 1  Group 2  Group 3 Group 4

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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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  • school bus

     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

  • Willis High School Top Ten Students Named

    We are proud to announce Willis High School’s top ten students for the Class of 2020.Congratulations to: Vivian Ortiz, Cali Barlow, Peyton Payne, Lily Utecht, Elena Yanez, Reece Harkrider, Isabella Sunquist, Grace Hoegemeyer, Sloane Veronico and Cameryn Sebastian.

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  • Campus Visitor / Guest Speaker Procedures

    Per recent inquiries, Willis ISD is posting it’s revised district visitor/guest speaker procedures. Teachers are required to obtain administrator approval for all visitors/guest speakers, and provide an explanation of educational purpose. Teachers are required to notify parents in advance of any guest speakers, and provide an opportunity for opt-out (New). All campus visitors must enter through the front of the school and stop at the front desk to sign-in. Visitors must present a valid driver’s license or identification card. ID/Driver’s License will be run through Raptor Technologies to check the national sex offender database as well as any district-maintained databases of custody or banned parent cases. Visitors/guest speakers must wear an office-issued visitor pass, and return the pass to the front desk when leaving. Visitors interacting with students must remain with a district employee at all times.

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  • November MVP Named

    Kimberly Matte, a science teacher at Brabham Middle School, has been named the District MVP for November. Matte was honored in a video tribute before the regular meeting Nov. 11, 2019. View the tribute video about Ms. Matte at right.

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  • November Students of the Month Named

    Willis ISD honored an elementary and secondary student of the month at the board meeting November 11. The elementary student of the month is Haven Scott, a fifth grade student at Meador Elementary. The secondary student of the month is Mia Arrington from Brabham Middle School. Click to read more.

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  • Willis ISD Addressing Student Vaping

    The use of e-cigarettes, or "vaping," is a rapidly growing and dangerous trend among young people around the country. Willis ISD is launching an anti-vaping initiative to address these concerns with students and parents.  We believe that parents and educators have a shared responsibility to shape our children’s future, including educating them about potential dangers and consequences. Superintendent Tim Harkrider released a letter to all parents on Monday, October 7, 2019. You can read the full letter, in English and Spanish, by clicking on the headline above to visit the resources page.

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  • Willis ISD Earns “B” in TEA’s 2019 A-F Accountability Rating System

    Willis ISD has earned an overall rating of “B” in TEA’s preliminary 2019 Accountability Ratings. The district earned an overall score of 85.

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