Non-Discrimination Statement

Wills Point Independent School District does not discriminate against any student, employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, political information, or on any other basis prohibited by law. Employment decisions will be made on the basis of each applicant's job qualifications, experience, and abilities.

For more information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact:
Title IX Coordinator
Damon Davis
338 W.N Commerce St
Wills Point, TX 75169
903-873-5100 x0
           Section 504 Coordinator
Kim Karch
1405 W.S. Commerce St.
Wills Point, TX 75169
903-873-5100 x6

News Alerts

The decision to close schools or start the school day at a later time due to inclement weather or other emergencies will be made no later than 6:00 am on the day of the emergency..


Report Bullying / Drug Use

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Counselor's Corner

November Newsletter

         The next two months will be incredibly busy, and pass very quickly.  Your children are accomplishing an astonishing amount of learning!  The students have become familiar with one another, comfortable with classroom routines, and are continuing to develop both academic and social skills

     We hear many stories in the media about bullying, which often tend to be sensational and dramatic.  Fortunately, we have not experienced the more severe situations of bullying on the Primary campus.  Sadly, bullying does occur, and begins in the preschool years.  Because we believe that our students have the right to feel safe, secure, accepted, and valued at school, we promote positive character traits that are incompatible with bullying.  November’s Character Trait is KINDNESS.  Generally, we encourage the children to practice ‘thinking of others, showing kindness to your peers, and following the advice of Thumper the Rabbit; “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.”

          Research has helped us develop a broad, general overview of what bullying is, who is affected by bullying, and why it is important for adults to get involved in prevention and intervention.  Due to the ages of our students,  we focus on behaviors that the children can easily identify:, acting ‘nice,’ or acting ‘mean’.   The following is a list of the research-based “Top Ten Facts About Bullying” that you may want to explore with your child:

*Bullying is more than just teasing

            *Anyone can be a bully

            *Anyone can be a victim

            *Bullying is not a modern problem

            *Bullying affects everyone

            *Bullying is a serious problem-in and out of the school setting

            *Working together is the best way to find viable solutions

            *A comprehensive plan will produce the best results

            *Children at risk (both of being a bully and being a victim) can be helped

            *Our school, with the help of our parents, is responsible for protecting students

   Please feel free to contact me for more information regarding the topic of bullying.  There are many good sources from which to obtain data and ideas, including, The Bully Free Classroom by Allan Beane, PhD.,,, and

School Information

 Primary School
447 Terrace Drive
Wills Point, TX 75169
ph: 903-873-2491
fax: 903-873-3051

Principal: Deborah Deen
Academic Coordinator: Dana Chelette
Counselor: Susan Brown
Secretary: Pam Emerson
PEIMS: Judy McKnight
Nurse: Karen Adams

School Start Time

Classes start here at the Primary School promptly at 8:00. Your child will receive a tardy slip if they arrive after 8:10.  The ladies that graciously stand on the sidewalk unloading car riders will come in the building at 8:00.  The cafeteria stops serving breakfast to car riders at 7:45 so if your child is a car rider and needs to eat they must be at school by 7:45.  The teachers begin teaching at 8:00 so your child is missing valuable learning time by coming to school late.  They are also a distraction to the other students when they enter the classroom late.  Please make every effort to have your child here on time every day.  Thank you.

Students of the Month


Pre-K: Kaden Baker, Charley Merchant, Avery Ali, Lindsey Hernandez, Landry Simmons, Blair Bullard, & Abbigale Mendoza
Kindergarten: Trey Gail, Dustin Bateman, Baylee Tanner, Valeria Gomez, Ethen Blevins, Valerie Seeders, Tristan Brooks, Aris Lee, & Emma Cox
First: Emilee Liebel (not pictured), Aiden Milligan, Cassandra Guzman Rivas, Jisell DelaCruz, Ayvah Moore, Jessenia Parrilla, EC Vazquez, & Graysen Moore

Daily Announcements

Best Attendance for the week of November 14, 2014

goes to:

1st place:  Mrs. McDaniel

2nd place: Mrs. Yarbrough

3rd place: Mrs. Kespohl

If your child is absent from school, please send a written note with your child when they return or fill out the absence form in your child's folder.  Thank you for your cooperation.

 Box Tops for Education is a GREAT way to help the Primary school earn some extra money.  Each Box Top that you clip off of partipating products and send to the school is worth 10 cents.  It may not seem like much but they add up quickly.  The school redeems the Box Tops and receives a check for the amount. The school uses that money to  purchase items for the school such as playground equipment and computers.  To find out more information about Box Tops for Education and to find a list of participating products please click below.

Important Information

Lunch Visits:
Starting September 30, visitors may eat lunch with their kids on Tuesdays and Fridays.
 Please send your child to school in Tennis Shoes on the days that they go to PE.  The teachers are spending every possible minute teaching and are not able to take time out of their busy schedules to allow students to change shoes before and after PE class.  The students are very active in PE and will not be allowed to participate if they are wearing sandals or flip flops.  We appreciate your cooperation in this matter.


Primary Registration/Enrollment

  In order to register or enroll your child you will need the following:

Birth Certificate
Social Security Card
Shot Record
Driver's License
Proof of Residence (if address on Driver's License is not correct)
Proof of Income (PK students)
Insurance Card (PK students)

If your child is transferring from another school, be sure to withdraw from that school.

School Safety

Since your child's safety is one of our top priorities, we have added a new set of glass doors to our front entry.  When you enter the building you will be required to show an ID before you will be admitted through this set of glass doors.

Another safety measure that we are enforcing this year deals with transportation changes.  We will no longer accept transportation changes over the telephone.  If your child needs to go home a different way than normal you will need to send a note with your child that includes the date, the transportation change, and your signature. 

Campus Mission Statement

Primary Vision
We are on the
road to 

Primary Mission
Wills Point Primary School.......
Where Achievement Begins!

Upcoming Events

Mon, Nov 24 - Fri, Nov 28
Thanksgiving break - no school
Friday, December 19
Class Parties at 9:30
Early Release
Mon, Dec 22 - Wed, Dec 31
Christmas break - no school
Thu, Jan 1 - Fri, Jan 2
Christmas break - no school

Note from the Principal

Welcome to the Wills Point Primary School! We have the pleasure of educating the Early Childhood population of Wills Point ISD. We serve grades PPCD, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten and First Grade. We average around 475 students on our campus. We have an exciting year of new adventures planned for your child. Regardless of the grade level, you will be amazed at all the things your child will learn this year.  
Our Primary campus has met the standards for AYP. This is because of our staff’s commitment to education. We take our job very seriously. We will provide your child with a positive school environment while preparing them academically for the future. It is up to us to educate the youth of today for their tomorrow. Our teachers have been preparing for your child’s arrival all summer. They have attended training, worked on projects for their classroom and prepared materials. The success of your child will not be possible without your help. We look forward to a rewarding partnership between you, your family and our staff. Please look for information about our PTO. This is a wonderful organization that works tirelessly to benefit our staff and students. They always need great parents to help.
If you have not visited our campus, please do so. We are very proud of our students and their accomplishments. We look forward to a great school year. Let me know if I can help you in any way. Thank you for sharing your child with us.
Deborah K. Deen