During the 2019-2020 school year, WLISD will be required to send approximately $81 million in recapture payments back to the Texas Education Agency.
Football Playoffs: State Quarterfinals vs Stratford
Date: 12/6/2019, 7 PM – 10 PM
Location: Jones AT&T Stadium, 2526 Mac Davis Ln, Lubbock, TX 79407, USA
JH Basketball: @ Iraan
Date: 12/9/2019, 5 PM – 6 PM
Location: Iraan High School, Iraan, TX 79744, USA
Date: 12/9/2019, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
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Senior pictures will be taken in the high school conference room. All retakes will be taken in the conference room as well. Seniors will be called four at a time, beginning after retakes. Retakes will be called by grade level, starting with the elementary. Faculty and staff, if you have not had your picture taken, please do so by 9 a.m.
Senior Class Officers
Senior Individual Portraits
JH Basketball (Boys & Girls)
Girls JV & Varsity Basketball
Since the schedule will fluctuate, students will be called for pictures. Coaches-I will hand out the picture packets. Please check with the kids and see if they’ve picked one up.
This schedule is flexible and there will, inevitably, be changes or additions. Thanks for your cooperation and patience in making picture day run smoothly!
In the first tournament of the season, Analia Hernandez posted personal best rounds of 98 and 97 to finish 12th in the Andrews Invitational Golf Tournament. The field consisted of 60 players
from 3, 4, 5, and 6A schools. The next tournament will be in January for the Ladycats and Wildcats.
From Shari Snyder:
This morning I was sincerely moved by the actions of three of our WLISD Elementary students. They were on their way to class from P.E. when they saw the flagpole line snap in front of the Administration Office. One of the boys came in my office and frantically asked for help. Our Texas flag, the USA flag, and the Wildcat flag were lying on to the ground. When I went outside, the three boys were holding each large flag up off the ground and the flags were still attached to the pole. They were so concerned for the flags and made sure they were not touching the ground in any way. On top of that, they were so polite, well mannered, and caring. In the current times of our Country, this was refreshing and meant so much to me. I could hardly talk when I shared the story with Mr. Carman and Mr. Wineinger. Parents, principals, coaches, and teachers, please keep teaching the core values and respect for our great country. As I witnessed today, you are doing a fantastic job. Well done, Gunner Voyles, Cooper Ratliff, and Hadley Brown! You deserve a gold star!