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2021-2022 AWARD Ceremony Information

Our Award Ceremonies will be held on the last two days of school. These will be early release days. Students receiving an award will receive an electronic and paper invitation to our End of the Year Award Ceremony. The Award Ceremonies will be held in the Main Gym at Woodcreek Middle School. Parents are invited to attend the ceremony.

  • 6th Grade Award Ceremony - May 26, 2022 at 10:30 a.m.

  • 8th Grade Award Ceremony - May 26, 2022 at 2:30 p.m.

  • 7th Grade Award Ceremony - May 27, 2022 at 10:30 a.m.

Starting on Monday May 23rd, there will be no backpacks allowed on campus!

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We invite you to celebrate your 8th grader's promotion to high school with a Next Stop: SCHS yard sign, pictured below. The signs will be delivered to your address the week of May 23. You can purchase the yard sign at now through Sunday, May 22.
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Assessment and Testing

2021-2022 WMS STAAR Test Dates

(Primary Administration Mode is Indicated with a *)

***Most Students will be testing online this year at WMS.***

STAAR Social Studies 8th Grade Make-up Date: Online*- May 19, 2022

STAAR Math 6th Grade Online* Only- May 17, 2022 (Make-up Date: May 19, 2022)

STAAR Reading 6th Grade Online* Only- May 18, 2022 (Make-up Date: May 20, 2022)

STAAR Reading 7th Grade Online* Only- (Make-up Date: May 19, 2022)

WMS Core Class & Assessment Updates

Social Studies

  • 6th: Math and RELA STAAR tests are Tuesday and Wednesday. Any student who needs to make up work or finish anything, this week will be an in class opportunity with extension activities for those that are finished, including maybe some sneak peak 7th grade material.
  • 7th: This week Texas History students will complete their final unit, “A New Century,” which focuses on the changes that came to Texas at the beginning of the 1900s. The test will be on Friday, 5/20.
  • 8th: This week, we began a unit analyzing the film Pocahontas. Students watched the movie in class, and then had the opportunity to research the successes and failures of the movie in telling this historical story. Ask your student what shocked them the most about the movie.


  • 6th: This week students will be taking their STAAR test and finishing their final Magazine Project.
  • 7th: Students will continue their daily SSR reading and complete their final project. They will also take their final exam on Friday.
  • 8th: Students will continue their daily SSR Reading this week and work to complete their final project. 8th grade Field trip is also this week.


Science: The last day to submit Science assignments for credit is Friday May 20th. End of Year Final Exams for Science will be on Tuesday, May 24th for 6th and 7th graders and Wednesday, May 25th for 8th graders.

  • 6th: 6th grade science continues their journey through space! An open-note space quiz will take place Monday 5/16. 6th grade science students will also be taking space summative next week.
  • 7th: We wrapped up a great week of space and testing. Next week we will continue our discussion of space. Please make sure to sign the Hidden Figures movie permission slip!
  • 8th: Now that STAAR is over, we are closing our year down with our last summative assignment due May 17th. For advanced students they are creatively advertising all the amazing things we have learned this year! On level students are creatively summarizing our year with various illustrations. Then we are going to build bottle rockets! This is very exciting and they usually reach 100-200 ft in height when launched. We will need some empty Coke or Sprite bottles (other brands work great also) if you are looking for a way to recycle!
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Math: The last day to submit Math assignments for credit is Friday May 20th. End of Year Final Exams for Math will be on Monday May 23rd.

  • 6th: Both STAAR Review Booklets are due on Monday May 16th and students take their 6th Grade Math STAAR on Tuesday May 17th. Good Luck to you all!
  • 7th: On Level students will be learning about ordering real numbers and solving 8th Grade level equations. Advanced students will be learning about Probability.
  • 8th: Students will be reviewing for their End of Year Final Exam and start preparing for Algebra I.
  • Algebra I: Students will continue working on their projects and prepare for their End of Year Final Exam.

WMS Library/Media Center

  • Please return any and all overdue library books! Fines for lost or damaged books should be paid through our online payment system as soon as possible. The last day to return books without penalty is Wednesday, May 18th, 2022.

  • Thank you SO MUCH for the many book donations to our Library! We are hoping to unveil some incredible reading initiatives next year and each and every book donated helps our students participate in those activities! Thank You!

  • Book donations are welcomed and appreciated at the WMS Library!! Please consider buying us a book from our 2022-23 Book Wish List.

  • Our last HACK club meeting will be Monday, May 16th in the Library from 4-5 pm.

UIL Activities, Rosebuds, AVID, STUCO, & Athletics

WMS Athletics

  • Summer Camp Information

  • Girl’s Soccer Schedule

  • 2022-2023 Online Rank One Forms are now available to be completed. Visit the WMS Athletic Website for updates

  • Congratulations to the 8th Grade Boys and 8th Grade Girls Track and Field programs. District Champs!!!!

  • District Track Results can be found HERE

  • WMS Track & Field Records can be found HERE

  • Monday May 9, 2022 WMS 7th grade Boys Soccer VS TMS boys won 7-0 goals scored by B. Montemayor, J. Anderson, C. Baba, and T. Fernandez, and H. Lara

Thursday May 12, 2022 8th Grade boys soccer VS TMS boys won 5-0.

Student Council

  • STUCO is selling WMS water bottles for $8. Please check on RevTrak if you would like to make a purchase. This is a 20oz. water bottle. Thank you for your support.
  • Our year end party is May 25, 2022 from 4 pm to 5:30 pm.
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WMS Lionettes Dance Team

WMS Dance Classes and the Lionettes Dance Team will be having their end of year dance recital. This is a very important experience for each dance class to have the opportunity to perform for their family and friends. All the dance classes from WMS will be performing dances at this year’s Spring Show.

For tickets there is a QR Code on the image below or a link further down.

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Date: Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Time: 7pm

(Gym will open at 6:45pm)

Location: WMS Gym

Tickets: $5 students, $10 adults

Ticket Link:

Each dance class will be performing their own themed dance.

The Lionettes Dance Team will be performing their award winning competition dances and saying a Final Goodbye to their 8th graders!

We hope you will join us on this night to celebrate our dance program!

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Lionettes Spring Show Dance Tour!

The Lionettes finished their Dance Tour and their last stop was so fun seeing former Lionette Alumni at the Starlettes Spring Show!!!

The Starlettes performed magnificently both nights! The SCHS dance classes and colorguard were outstanding as well. The highlight of the evening was the Starlette Mom Dance. Also, the Lionettes had an elite performance with their contest team jazz. A round of applause to all that performed and assisted in the Starlettes Spring Show.

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Lionettes practice at SCHS PAC - 5/2/2022
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Lionettes who performed 5/5 and 5/6
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Some Lionette Alumni - 5/6/2022

Dance Class Practice

WMS Dance Class will be having Spring Show rehearsals at the WMS Gym on:

Friday, May 20, 4pm-6:30pm

Saturday, May 21, 10:30am-1:30pm

These rehearsals are important for all dancers to rehearse in the main gym and go through the order of the show. The dates listed above are when the main gym is available since there are lots of end of the year activities going on this month.

Please contact Ms. Beall by email if your child is unable to attend.



  • May 16th - Officer Applications due to directors.

  • May 18th - Spring Concert at Summer Creek High School at 6:30 PM.

  • May 19th - School Instruments Returned to WMS

  • May 23rd - UIL Groups going to Six Flags

  • May 25th - FYO going to Big River

  • ALL trip payments for ALL Spring Trips are due. Please take care of all payments ASAP!

  • Anybody can join the orchestra next year! If you are in 6th or 7th grade and interested please email us so we can have you join us!


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Congratulations to our Honors Band for Earning Superior Ratings from ALL Judges at the

Houston Showcase of Music Apr 29, 2022.

  • Honors Band was awarded Outstanding Varsity CCC Band
  • Honors Band was awarded Outstanding Band Overall
  • Full Orchestra earned Superior Ratings from ALL Judges
  • Outstanding Varsity CCC Full Orchestra
  • Overall Ensemble for the Entire Contest

These students have worked hard this year. Mr. High and Ms. Hitt are extremely proud of their work and we look forward to seeing what their futures hold!

Mark your Calendars:

Tuesday May 16th Date Change

Beginner Band After School rehearsal 4:00-5:15 WMS Cafeteria

May 10th During 4th Period

8th Grade Summer Creek High School Band Auditions during classes

Wednesday May 18th

Spring Concert Beginners and Symphonic 6:00 Honors and Concert 7:30 WMS GYM

Thursday May 19th

Current 6th and 7th Grade Students Submit Audition Recordings in Schoology

Thursday and Friday May 19th and 20th School Instrument Return(except Honors Band) Concert Uniform Return All During Classes

Monday May 23

7th & 8th Grade Six Flags Trip

Wednesday May 25

Beginner Big River Water Park

Monday July 25- Thursday July 28th

WMS Honors and Symphonic Band Camp 9:00-11:30


  • Member meeting Monday, May 9, 2022.

  • If you have not picked up your T-shirt, please stop by T-19 to receive it.

  • Final Sisterhood Saturday is May 14, 2022, please see Ms. Cooper for more information.

Rosebuds will host an end of the year fundraising event until May 13, 2022. Please see the flyer for information.

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Personalized Learning Department


Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in the U.S. since 1949. Each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness. During May, NAMI joins the national movement to raise awareness about mental health. Each year we fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness and their families.
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WMS is welcoming back our lions for their SENIOR Parade. If you know a graduating Senior who attended Woodcreek, let them know we are excited to see them soon.
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Humble ISD Parent U

Together for Mental Health: Summer Schedules May 19 Sunshine and free time await children in the summer months. Learn ways to keep your children safe and engaged while out of school. We will also discuss how to help transition children to other campuses - middle school, high school and college! Register here
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Summer Meals

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Autumn Ridge Middle School Info

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End of Year Field Trips

We wanted to let you know that we are going to celebrate our scholars this year with a field trip to a water park at the end of the year. This field trip is specifically to encourage students to meet our school wide expectations for the remainder of the school year.

Attendance - Students may not have more than 5 absences for any class between 2/21/22-5/20/22. Covid related absences will not count against the student, but will require a self report form completed and proper documentation turned into the attendance office.

Tardies - Tardies will be reset on March 21, 2022 for the 4th nine weeks. After the reset, students may not have more than 7 total tardies for the 4th nine weeks, between 3/21/22-5/20/22.

ID Badge - Students need a hard plastic ID badge. A student that needs more than 10 temporary ID badges between Monday 2/21/22-5/20/22 will not be able to attend the field trip. Students will also need a hard plastic ID badge on the day of the field trip in order to attend the field trip.

Behavior - Students must meet behavior expectations. Any student assigned one or more of the following disciplinary actions will not be allowed to to attend the field trip:

  • 2 or more after school detentions

  • In School Suspension

  • Out of School Suspension

  • District Alternative Education Placement

Field Trip Payment - At this time the payment information is not available, but we will send out the information after the students vote on the water park they would like to attend. Payments must be made online in RevTrak, by the deadline that is posted. No late payments will be accepted. No in person payments will be accepted. If you pay for your student to attend the field trip and then they become ineligible because they do not meet the expectations, we will not be able to refund the money because of the reservation made with the water park and you will lose your money.

Nurse's Clinic

As your children receive their middle school immunizations, please remember to bring or send a copy of their updated immunization record to Ms. Lawana Garcia (WMS Nurse). Many of your children have probably already received these immunizations. For those who still need their updated vaccines, please make these appointments very soon. According to Texas state law, without proof of the required vaccines, your child(ren) will not be able to attend school and may be withdrawn. This is especially important for current 6th grade students who are entering 7th grade. Nurse Garcia can be reached at Lawana Garcia ( or 281-641-5205.

6th Grade

Polio - 4 doses with 1 after 4th birthday

DTaP/DT/DTaP - 5 doses with 1 after the 4th birthday

MMR - 2 doses, 1st dose after 1st birthday

Hepatitis B - 3 doses

Varicella - 2 doses, 1st dose after 1st birthday

Hepatitis A - 2 doses, 1st dose after the 1st birthday

7th Grade

Polio - 4 doses with one after 4th birthday

DTP/DT/DTaP- 5 doses with one after 4th birthday

Tdap/DT - booster

MMR - 2 doses, 1st dose after 1st birthday

Hepatitis B - 3 doses

Hepatitis A - 2 doses, 1st dose after the 1st birthday

Varicella - 2 doses after the 1st birthday

Meningococcal (MCV4) - 1 dose

8th Grade

Polio - 4 doses with 1 after 4th birthday

DTaP/DT/DTP - 3 doses with one after the 4th birthday

Tdap/DT - booster

MMR - 2 doses, 1st dose after 1st birthday

Hepatitis B - 3 doses

Hepatitis A - 2 doses, 1st dose after the 1st birthday

Varicella - 2 doses - first must be given after 1st birthday

Meningococcal (MCV4) – 1 dose

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.

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.