Wallace Middle School

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RANGER NEWS

  • Rising Ranger Camp

    All incoming 6th graders are invited to join us for a morning of fun and games at the Rising Ranger camp held at WMS on August 10th, 9am - 12pm. Meet new friends Get your class t-shirt Get your student ID Learn about the school of choice - WMS! For more information email joe.mitchell@hayscisd.net

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  • Wallace Mini Cheer Clinic

    What: Wallace cheerleaders will host a cheer clinic for any students entering kindergarten through 5th grade. When: July 29 - 31, 2019; 9am - 12pm Where: Wallace Middle School gym Cost: $30 ($5 sibling discount)

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  • Second Annual Genius Hour Fair

    WMS Texas History Pre-AP Students Host Second Annual Genius Hour Fair Tuesday, June 4, 2019 5:30 - 7:00 PM WMS Cafeteria, B Hall, and Gym Please come join us to celebrate the accomplishments of your Texas History students at our Second Annual Genius Hour Fair!! Our students have participated in a year long Texas History based Genius Hour program, a research project that extends beyond the classroom and enables students to combine their creativity with topics important to Texas. They’ve been engaged in solving real world problems important to Texas, producing documentaries and dramatic movies, and writing informative books about all things Texas!!

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  • Incoming Rebel Freshman Athletic Meeting

    Students interested in being in athletics at Hays for the 2019-2020 school year are invited to attend an informational meeting. May 15, 2019 6 pm Hays HS Cafeteria

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  • Summer Reading Assignments

    Information about the 2019 Summer Reading Assignments is now available online. https://www.smore.com/vu0fg-2019-hays-cisd-summer-reading

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  • Online Student Registration Now Open!

    Student Registration 2019-2020: Online registration for the 2019-2020 school year is now open for all new and returning students. Click headline for more information.

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  • Family Movie Night

    Bring the family out for a free movie night hosted by the Wallace Robotics Team. Showtime: 6:30 RSVP @ bit.ly/wall-e-at-wms

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  • High School Cheerleading Tryout Dates & Information

    Attention rising 9th graders: Interested in being a cheerleader on your high school squad? Hays CISD will be holding several meetings & clinics prior to cheer try-outs. Informational meetings have been scheduled for students & parents. Two clinics will be held for students & will include a mock try-out to prepare for the cheer try-out process. Meetings, clinics & try-outs are for high school cheerleader candidates. Click headline for additional details!

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  • WMS Hosts Blood Drive

    Blood Drive February 15, 2019 7:30 am - 10:00 am Wallace Middle School will host a blood drive in the parking lot of the school. Click the link below to sign up for an appointment: https://www.wrbdonor.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/55229 If you have questions about eligibility, check out the We Are Blood website or call (512) 206-1108. If you have more specific questions, or would like help signing up, call We Are Blood at (512) 206-1266. For questions specific to our drive, contact Blair Powell at blair.powell@hayscisd.net, or (512) 268-2891, ext 46625. *Remember: eat a full meal before donating and bring your photo ID.

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  • New Attendance Zone Takes Affect 2019-20 School Year

    Dear Hays CISD Family, On Monday, November 26th, the Board of Trustees adopted the new high school attendance zone map that will take effect next school year. To ease the transition to the new map and the opening of Johnson High School, there are some special student transfer and transportation options available. You don’t need to do anything before the Christmas and holiday break; but to take advantage of the transfer options, you must take action in January. That is when the Hays CISD student transfer application window is open...

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  • Las Platicas Noche de Muchachas y Muchachos

    Padres, hablar con su adolescente sobre la salud y responsabilidad sexual puede ser difícil. Este año tendremos un evento completamente en español llamado “Las Platicas”. ¿Qué es lo que usted tiene que hacer? Solo presentarse con su hijo/a y estar preparados para enviar mensajes de textos anónimos con cualquier pregunta que tenga usted, o que su hija/o ha preguntado . Nuestros panelistas profesionales responderán a las preguntas con información precisa y apropiada.

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  • Texas State Math in Pictures Competition

    Texas State is hosting a competition for students to demonstate how math is everywhere. Interested students can find more information and submit their entry at the following website: bit.ly/2uNojqk

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  • Rocking Rangers Recognized

    Each month the teachers at Wallace choose one student who has excelled at a certain characteristic. For the month of September, teachers chose students who showed great citizenship around campus. 8th Grade Rocking Rangers Asia Batres Zoe Cheatham George Garcia Alexia Garcia-Campuzano Michelle Herrera Madelmi Jaramillo Jacie Jeter Christian Macier Gabriel Mendoza Clay Nagelmueller Vivian Ray Makyla Richardson Jose Salazar Ava Scheibmeir 7th Grade Rocking Rangers Milan Buzinskis Mariah Dolph Garrett Ericksen Casimiro Martinez Isabella Ethridge Adrian Martinez-Bentancourt Dakota McNeill Micah Nall Nataly Rosado Leah Salazar Josiah Segura Anasofia Vargas Azzareya Velasquez Arielle Wright 6th Grade Rocking Rangers Jeremy Brown Jr. Astrid Campbell Julie Cortez Caitlyn Craig Mira Dietz Connor Haldane Carter Hofland Amelia Olvera Analilia Rangel Ava Rodriguez Avery Tedrick Aniala Webber Kailee Welsh

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  • Food Allergy Awareness

    A letter from the School Nurse Dear Parents: In our Wallace student population, we have quite a few children who have severe food allergies. Some of our student’s allergies are so severe they can experience a life threatening allergic reaction if they are in close proximity to nuts, nut containing foods, or packaging of nut containing foods. In order to protect our students, we will advise all students not to consume nuts, or nut containing products in class. This includes peanuts, almonds, cashews, nut butters, and items such as granola bars with nuts. Signage will be placed on classroom doors as a reminder. We are asking that you only send snacks for during the day that are nut free. Peanuts and tree nut products that are in individual lunch boxes are permissible in the cafeteria only, though we encourage you to consider sending other options. Sunflower seeds are not tree nuts and are allowed. Thank you for your cooperation in making Wallace Middle School a safe place for all students. Respectfully, Blair Powell BSN, RN Hays CISD School Nurse Wallace Middle School (512)268-2891 Ext. 46625 blair.powell@hayscisd.net

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  • Free & Reduced Meal Application

    Applications for free or reduced price meals will be mailed out to all families each year. A self-addressed, stamped envelope will be provided for the return of the application form. You may also complete the application online in English or Spanish! Click headline to access additional information & the online application.

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DISTRICT NEWS

  • Online Student Registration Now Open!

    Student Registration 2019-2020: Online registration for the 2019-2020 school year is now open for all new and returning students. Click headline for more information.

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  • Ramos Named Science Hall ES Principal

    Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright announced Tuesday that current Science Hall Elementary School Assistant Principal Iric Ramos will serve as the new principal at the campus effective immediately. Ramos, a career professional educator with 15 years of experience, replaces Karen Zuniga who was hired in June to become the principal at Lehman High School. “Iric is the right fit for Science Hall Elementary. He knows the students, the campus and the community, and he is positioned to make the change in principals a smooth process for everyone,” said Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright. “He served as a key member of the leadership team that not only brought the campus out of ‘Improvement Required’ status, but helped the campus go from a failing grade to a ‘B’ in one year. Iric is a collaborative leader and a systems thinker and will continue the trajectory of student achievement success at Science Hall.”

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  • School Supply Lists 2019-2020

    Hays CISD uses standardized school supply lists based on grade levels for elementary school. The lists are downloadable and printable on single-sheet PDFs. Secondary schools (middle and high school) do not have standardized lists. Individual classroom teachers will communicate the supplies needed for each specific class. In order to be prepared for the first day of school we encourage students to come to school with their basic school supplies (pencil, pen, paper, etc.). If you are unable to afford school supplies, please contact your child's campus counselor. If you wish to make a school supply donation, please contact the district's Community Partnerships office. Click headline to access supply lists.

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  • Board Approves Zuniga as New Lehman HS Principal

    At the June 24, 2019, board meeting, the Hays Consolidated Independent School District (Hays CISD) Board of Trustees approved hiring Karen Zuniga as the new principal for Lehman High School. Zuniga is a long-time Hays CISD resident, a Hays High School graduate, and a career Hays CISD educator. “We are excited to have Karen as the next principal for Lehman High School,” said Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright. “She knows our community and has proven success in our district. She has both secondary and elementary school experience and most recently took a school from ‘improvement required’ status to a ‘B’ letter grade for two years in a row. She is goal and systems driven and will be an outstanding leader for Lehman.”

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  • Bordeau Named Carpenter Hill ES Principal

    At the June 24, 2019, board meeting, the Hays Consolidated Independent School District (Hays CISD) Board of Trustees approved hiring Ginger Bordeau as the new principal for Carpenter Hill Elementary School. Bordeau, who is currently serving as the assistant principal at Buda Elementary School, has a career in education that spans more than 25 years and has been a Hays CISD educator since 2002. Earlier this year, she was named the assistant principal of the year for the central Texas region by the Texas Elementary and Principals Supervisor Association (TEPSA). She was chosen out of all of the other assistant principals in 57 school districts spanning 17 counties.

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