Vol. 1 Issue 16, November 7, 2018
A Message from Dr. Stone
Hello Timberwolf Nation!
Once again, Katy ISD took the lead for the best public middle schools in the Houston area for 2019. Of the top 25 best Houston area middle schools highlighted in a 2019 report from Niche, an education data site, seven of Katy ISD's schools were included, with WoodCreek Junior High taking the 4th spot! So proud! Katy ISD also took the top spot for the school district with the most schools included in a 2019 report of best public elementary schools. Here is the link if you would like to read more about it: Houston's Top 25 Public Middle Schools.
I am so grateful to be a part of this campus and this district. I hope that everyone has a great week!
Dr. Melinda Stone
WoodCreek Junior High
8th Grade Celebration T-Shirts & Hoodies
Tell your student to purchase at lunch time-bring money on November 8th & 9th!
Spanish for Spanish Speakers Placement Exam
This assessment is for placement purposes only and does not award credit for any course.
Bus Transportation Rider Counts
Please expect delays this day as this requirement is utilized with the High School and Elementary routes as well.
Our lost and found collection is huge and will be donated in December. Please have your child check the lost and found, located in the cafeteria, for their missing items. PARENTS YOU ARE WELCOME TO COME TAKE LOOK FOR ITEMS YOUR CHILD IS MISSING.
- Sign-up to become a volunteer for the 6th grade Junior Achievement (JA) Global Marketplace program today! This program introduces students to the global marketplace and the ways in which countries buy and sell from each other.
- November 28th - Students will gain an understanding of producers and consumers as well as analyze the similarities and differences among countries and the effects of free enterprise.
- Volunteers will be matched with a 6th-grade teacher and will teach one of the hands-on, interactive sessions from the program to his/her class periods during the day. Breakfast and lunch provided.
- JA provides training and all of the materials to make your day a success. All we need is your enthusiasm, life experience, and a willingness to teach children and let JA provide the rest!
Please contact Chesse' McDaris if you have any questions or would like to volunteer. firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents/Grand Parents “Leave a Legacy” for your WCJH Student
We need to sell a minimum of 550 bricks @ $75.00 each to cover the construction cost to just prepare the grounds and install the pavers.
Blank pavers will be installed to complete the area around the personalized pavers. This will allow personalized pavers to be added for many years to come. Our future goal is to also install 4 tables with seating, benches and eventually a cover.
As you can imagine – this is a huge project. Help us create a beautiful courtyard by purchasing a brick in honor or memory of someone.
You are welcome to send this order form (see below form) to booster clubs, businesses, family members etc. We are accepting any financial donations for the purchase of tables, benches or the covering.
Thank you for your support!
Gifted and Talented Screening Information
WCJH Food Pantry Drive
Girls Basketball @ West Memorial
7th Grade Boys @ Home
Pre-Order 8th Grade T-Shirt Deadline
Junior Achievement Global Marketplace
Fun Food Friday!
Early Dismissal - Pick up is at 12:55 p.m.
December 24th-January 4th
WCJH Food Pantry Drive
Monday, Nov. 5th, 8:15am to Wednesday, Nov. 14th, 4pm
WCJH-Front Office & Mrs. Ganther's Room
Please bring any non-perishables listed below in the flyer and drop them off at the front office or in Mrs. Ganther’s room #1195.
All items will be donated to Katy Christian Ministries.