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Your Weekly Woodcreek Newsletter

This will be out last newsletter of this semester. Woodcreek would like to wish all of you a great holiday season and we are looking forward to seeing everyone back in 2022! Our next newsletter will be sent to our Woodcreek community on January 7, 2021

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December 20th - January 3rd, 2021

  • Winter Break - Schools Closed
  • Classes resume on January 4th

Wednesday, January 5th - Boys' Basketball v. Ross Sterling

  • 7th Grade @ WMS -- 5:30PM (B) & 6:30PM (A)
  • 8th Grade @ Ross Sterling -- 5:30PM (B) & 6:30PM (A)

Thursday, January 6th - Girls Basketball v. Ross Sterling

  • 7th Grade @ WMS -- 5:30PM (B) & 6:30PM (A)
  • 8th Grade @ Ross Sterling -- 5:30PM (B) & 6:30PM (A)
January 7th & 8th - Boys Basketball A Team Tournaments

  • 7th Grade @ Kingwood Park HS - Time: TBA
  • 8th Grade @ Atascocita HS - Time: TBA

WMS Core Class Updates

Social Studies

  • 6th: This week students will analyze cultures through religion. The students will examine/analyze the beliefs, customs, and traditions of different religions around the world,and answer the question: How does religion (the cause) influence (effect) a person’s culture? Students will take the unit four exam on Friday. Students will also have a final exam, which is designed to replace their lowest summative grade.
  • 7th: During the final week of the semester, the main focus will be on the final exam, which will cover the entire semester. Monday and Tuesday will be spent reviewing. Watch Schoology for test review files. Remember, the final exam grade will only be used to replace your lowest test grade.
  • 8th: This week, we completed our unit over the Government & the U.S. Constitution as they turned in their summative projects. They also completed their Geography Test #2 today in class. Next week, we will review the information we’ve learned throughout the year as we prepare for our semester exam.


  • 6th: Students will find textual evidence such as facts and examples that supports an author’s claim as we review over argumentative text. Towards the end of the week students will do review activities.
  • 7th: This week students will continue their daily SSR and reading responses. They will also take their final exam and review annotation strategies.
  • 8th: Finals week and early dismissal on Thursday and Friday. Students will review annotation strategies and take their final summative over informational text. Students will also review and practice how to write and follow Procedural Texts.


  • 6th: 6th grade students will be taking finals next week on Wednesday, December 15th. Next semester we will start our unit on balanced and unbalanced forces.
  • 7th: 7th grade students will be taking finals next week on Wednesday, December 15th. Next semester we will finish up body systems and start dissections! If you have boxes of gloves we would love the donations!
  • 8th: 8th grade students are finishing up their lab summative this week. They will be reviewing and working on their final next week. Finals will be based on class periods.


Math: Math Club Holiday Party is on Monday 12/13/2021 from 4-5pm in the Library.

  • 6th: Students will be reviewing and preparing for their Fall Semester Final exam. Students will also receive feedback on their academic progress in Math so far this year and learn how to analyze their own data.
  • 7th: Students will be reviewing and preparing for their Fall Semester Final exam. Students will also receive feedback on their academic progress in Math so far this year and learn how to analyze their own data.
  • 8th: Students will be reviewing and preparing for their Fall Semester Final exam. Mrs. Cauley will be visiting all Algebra classes to talk about academic integrity and expectations for the Spring Semester.

7th & 8th Grade Field Trip

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21-22 WMS Yearbook Information

The 2021-2022 yearbook is on sale at right now for $40.

On January 1, 2022, it will increase to $45.

Once we are sold out, we cannot order more yearbooks.

Student ads are also on sale. These are first come, first serve. Ads are to be purchased through the Balfour link above, and need to be completed by February 1, 2022.

WMS Rosebuds

Are you interested in becoming a member of Rosebuds? Well, our organization will be having a spring rush, and it will be open to all 6th, 7th and 8th grade girls. Please be on the lookout for the application and interest meeting dates for next semester.

Rosebuds will be hosting their Holiday Mixer for members after school on December 13, 2021.

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WMS Library/Media Center

  • Battle of the Books T-shirts can be purchased for $10 on the Library website. Please make sure to place your orders on or before Dec. 1st and pay attention to the sizes when you order. (We have both Youth and Adult sizes.)
  • Starting in the spring semester, our campus will be starting a new after school club called, Girls Who Code, which is a nationwide program aimed at bridging the gender gap in the technology field. Any girl interested in learning the basics of coding and the language of coding should drop by the Library to sign up with Ms. Oliver. More information about this opportunity will be available in the coming weeks.

Personalized Learning Department

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UIL Activities, AVID, STUCO, & Athletics

WMS Theater Department

  • Theatre 2 is taking their production The Rainbow Fish on the road to our feeder elementary schools! (FCE, ACE, & SWE)!
  • UIL One Act Play has a MANDATORY work day on Saturday, December 11 (9 am - 2 pm)
  • UIL One Act Play is in rehearsals and will perform on January 21 @ KPark.
  • Theatre classes are currently accepting donations of (unscented) garbage bags, brown paper grocery bags, and duct tape of all colors and patterns.


Band: Winter Concert Wednesday December 15th Beginners and Honors Band 6:00 and Concert and Symphonic Bands 7:30 WMS Gym. Come one come all help us Ring in the Holiday Season.

Reminder: Beginners have 1 last After school Rehearsal on Tuesday Dec 14th.


Please come out and support the WMS Choral Department at our upcoming Winter Concert for our final performance of the semester! Attendance for choir students is mandatory and will be a summative grade. The details are listed below:

What: Winter Concert

When: Thursday, December 16th

Where: Atascocita United Methodist Church

19325 Pinehurst Trail Dr.

Humble, TX 77346

Start Time: 6:30 pm (students need to arrive at 6:00 pm)

Uniform: Cub Choir-(choir t-shirt, black bottoms, matching shoes)

Treble Choir, La Voix des Lions, Adagio & Bel Canto-(choir polos, black slacks

or skirt & black dress shoes)

All-Region Choir Audition Results

On Saturday, December 4th there were 28 choir students that auditioned and were selected to be a part of the All-Region choir! These outstanding students will participate in the All-Region Choir Clinic/Concert later in January!

Soprano 1

Ali Molina, 3rd place, Zone 1; Bailey Gaddis, 5th place, Zone 3; Ramayah Mucker, 9th place, Zone 2; Naomi Rowley, 11th place, Zone 1; Kinsley Mollohan, 13th place, Zone 1; Jamia Badger, 17th place, Zone 3

Soprano 2

Katia Bonner, 1st place, Zone 2; Reagan Beard, 2nd place, Zone 1; Sydney Naudin, 3rd place, Zone 3; Emily VanNostrand, 3rd place, Zone 4; Keri Ovalle, 5th place, Zone 4; Madison Austin, 6th place, Zone 1; Danica Cranford, 8th place, Zone 4


Temi Coker, 1st place, Zone 1; Tessa Soard, 2nd place, Zone 3; Soren Sloan, 2nd place, Zone 4; Aliyah Jordan, 6th place, Zone 1;Sophia Sanchez, 8th place, Zone 2; Alexis Minjares, 13th place, Zone 1

Tenor 1

Caleb Schneider, 1st place, Zone 2; Micaiah Dillard, 3rd place, Zone 1; Jeffrey George, 5th place, Zone 2

Tenor 2

Bryden King, 4th place, Zone 1; Mason McCord, 8th place, Zone 1


Ethan Crane, 2nd place, Zone 2; Drake Olowu, 3rd place, Zone 1; Brandon Francis, 5th place, Zone 1; Kenyon Quach, 16th place, Zone 1


  • Admin Building Performance for Viols of the Creek and Chamber Orchestra - December 13 during the school day.

Woodcreek Dance

  • On Tuesday, December 9, the Lionettes Dance Team performed at the 30th annual City of Humble Christmas Parade. The Lionettes marched together with RMS, CMS, AMS, TMS, and WLMS dance teams from Humble ISD. It was a great community celebration!
WMS Dance Department traveled to Wortham Center in downtown to see Houston Ballet’s “The Nutcracker.” The group of 140 dancers traveled on shuttle buses to view the live performance which featured a live Orchestra, professional ballet dancers, and had the opportunity to view set changes. The famous ballerina, Lauren Anderson, spoke to the audience about the production elements of putting on a live stage performance. The WMS dancers had this wonderful opportunity to watch such a beautiful Ballet.

WMS Campus Procedure Reminders


If you are planning to pick-up your child early, you must do so BEFORE 3:15 PM. You must have an administrators' approval if you are in need of picking up your child after the 3:15 PM cut-off time.

WMS Pick-Up & Drop-Off

Please be sure that all before and after school student pick-ups and drop-offs occur in the front of the school. The bus ramp area is for buses and transportation service vehicles only.

21-22 Future Late Arrival Dates

January 2022-

  • 1/13, 1/27
February 2022-
  • 2/17, 2/24
March 2022-
  • 3/3, 3/10, 3/24
April 2022-
  • 4/21, 4/28

Woodcreek's Big 3:

Be on Time.

Wear Your ID.

Put Your Phone Away.

Morning Wandering & Tardy Consequences

In efforts to deter student wandering in the mornings, we will us a systematic consequence approach. We will follow the consequences as outlined below:

  1. Warning
  2. Assigned Lunch D-Hall
  3. Assigned After School D-Hall
  4. Assigned After School Extended D-Hall
  5. Assigned After School Extended D-Hall...Also, other consequences may be assigned by the grade level assistant principal.

Below are the consequences that will be assigned for tardies:

  • 1st & 2nd Tardy: Warnings
  • 3rd & 4th Tardy: Parent Phone Call & After-School Detention
  • 5th & 6th Tardy: Parent Conference & Thursday Class Assigned
  • 7th+ Tardy: ISS Assigned and Intervention Planned w/Parents

**All tardies will be cleared at the conclusion of each 9-week grading period**


Reminder that all students must wear a student ID at all times throughout the school day.


Cell phones must not be visible during school hours unless they are being used in the classroom for instructional purposes, as determined by the teacher.

  • 1st Offense: Parent will be contacted & the phone will be returned to the student at the end of the day.
  • 2nd Offense: Parent will be contacted & the phone will ONLY be returned to the parent.
  • 3rd Offense: Parent will be contacted, the phone will ONLY be returned to a parent/guardian, & ISS will be assigned to the student.
  • 4th Offense: Parent will be contacted, cell phone will be checked-in daily & returned to the student at the end of the school day.