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Willis HS Sweethearts greeting Parmley students!

Parmley Counselor, Mrs. Woodburn, gave a lesson over honesty using the book, Being Frank by Donna Earnhardt. A fourth grade class watched a visualization of how the words we choose can either repel or attract our friends and loved ones. 

Engineering Station at Open House! 

First Grade created tall building models by 
using 2 bases!

Thank YOU Republican Women of North Shore for our Constitutions!

                           KINDERGARTEN students                                can write sentences!

PTO is on the go...
Come help them make this a BLOCKBUSTER year                   for our Parmley STARS!


Parmley P.A.W.S. Meeting

Date: 9/26/2016, 6 PM 7 PM

School News

Teresa Herod Presented with Beloved Servant Leader Award

Teresa Herod, Willis ISD’s parent support center coordinator, Thursday was presented with the Beloved Servant Leader Award at the HOPE Consortium, an event led by the Texas Familias Council and designed to gather individuals providing professional resources to families in Montgomery County.

2016 Healthy Me Program

Principals and coaches from Meador, Hardy and Parmley elementary schools recently attended a training for the Healthy Me program, sponsored by the Healthy Living Alliance and United Way.

Parmley Fifth-Grade Students Receive U.S. Constitutions

Willis ISD fifth-grade students will have a better understanding of the nation’s supreme law this week as they prepare for the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787. The North Shore Republican Women recently visited all five elementary schools to present fifth-grade students with brochures of the U.S. Constitution.

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Want to volunteer?

Come check out our PAWS (Parents Assisting With Students) program. We always need volunteers to help in the classroom, lunchroom, recess, office, and library. Call 856-1232 for more information.

Attendance Matters!

Please make sure your child attends school every day. If your child is sick, please send a note within 72 hours of absence. If your child is out more than three days due to illness, you must send a doctor's note for absences to be excused.

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