Announcements

  • December 16th Parties/Early Release

    Parties will begin at 9:30 on Friday, December 16th. This is an early release day. Car riders will be released at 12:30/Bus riders at 12:45.

    Wills Point Primary School
  • Be Safe at Drop Off

    Remember, our staff does not arrive on campus until 7:15. Please do not drop off your children before this time. Thank you for not blocking the driveway entrance so that our staff can get into the parking lot.

    Wills Point Primary School
  • New school times

    The school day begins at 7:50.  Students need to be in their class before then.

    Students are tardy at 8:00am and parents will need to come inside to sign them in.  School lets out at 3:15.  

    Wills Point Primary School

SCHOOL HAPPENINGS

  

Congratulations to our September Students of the Month!

Pre-K:  Zac Schaphorst, Wlliam Warner, Boston Summers, Cristel Canales Puentes, Marcus Moreno, Drake Wilds

Kindergarten:  Anthony Colunga, Valerie Lewis, Lacey Vasquez, Kylee Hoggatt, Isaiah Grix, Jesse Eubanks, Cutter Crowell, Kutter Titsworth, Weston Mynar

First Grade:  Jacob Williams, Ryan Hall, Rodrigo Romero, Temperance Eubanks, Jonathan Miles, Calyn Bates, Sydney Lewis, Ava Holloway, Cassidi Williams

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK

BOX TOPS

PTO

School Safety

Your child's safety is our first priority.

All visitor's must show a picture ID.

Parent Lunch Visits

Parents will be able to begin visiting during lunch after the 1st grading cycle on Tuesdays and Fridays.

This campus has kids who are away from their parents for the first time,  they need this time to adjust to school.

Please do not offer to take your child home after lunch due to continued learning throughout the day.

 Lunch schedule.pdf 

COUNSELOR'S CORNER

The character theme for this month is CITIZENSHIP. Citizenship is one word to describe all of the qualities a responsible member of a community should have. This means being respectful of others in the community, taking responsibility for making the community a better place, following the rules and laws in the community, and overall just trying to be a good person for the sake of those around you. Here are some ways to encourage good citizenship in your home:
- Volunteer in the community as a family
- Protect the environment by reducing the use of nonrenewable resources, reusing resources when you can (such as donating clothes and toys), and recycling glass, plastic, and paper products
- Show your child(ren) the importance of voting by taking them with you when you exercise your right to do so
- Stay up to date on current events and issues in your community

Every Friday, one student from each class who has been a good representation to their peers of this character trait will get to have their name put on the Wall of Fame and will get to come play in my office for a little bit between lunch and recess. 

The month of November is also a good time to encourage gratitude in your student(s). Being thankful for what we have can allow us to see the hardship of others, which gives us the opportunity to be a good neighbor toward them, another trait of a good citizen. 


Look for this month's newsletter in your child's folder during the week of November 7-11, or take a look at it here in English, or here in Spanish. Featured this month are tips for encouraging early reading skills, a way to help your child develop ideas and goals for the future, and ways to stay entertained without the use of electronics.

Happy Thanksgiving!

PRINCIPAL'S CORNER

My name is Dana Chelette.  I have been in education since 1997.

I have two kids, my son is a Marine and my daughter is a Junior in high school.