2016.07 - July

News published in July of 2016

Posted on 07/27/2016
Welcome to our latest edition of Know Your Schools - Learning about the people who work hard for the students and parents of Waco ISD  more
Posted on 07/27/2016
VOICE, a substance abuse prevention agency showed kids that they have alternatives to taking drugs  more
Posted on 07/25/2016
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Posted on 07/22/2016
WACO, Texas – The latest round of STAAR test scores show marked improvement over 2015 for Waco ISD students, outpacing statewide increases in most subjects and grades.  more
Posted on 07/21/2016
Tonight is opening night for the Disney Classic "Beauty and the Beast" at Waco High's Richfield Performing Arts Center at 7:30.  more
Posted on 07/20/2016
This is Part 2 of "Behind the Scenes" of Beauty and The Beast with Executive Director Eric Shepard. He and Bruce Gietzen take a tour of the costume room.  more
Posted on 07/19/2016
The first ever collaboration between Waco ISD and the Waco Civic Theater will present the timeless Disney classic “Beauty and the Beast,” at Waco High’s Richfield Performing Arts Center.  more
Waco ISD Honor Board
Posted on 07/19/2016
Trustees recognized for successful initiatives and programs over the past two years  more
Posted on 07/18/2016
Waco High School students visited the Europaschule and helped celebrate the English language exchange anniversary.  more
Posted on 07/14/2016
Former Waco High and now NFL star Derrick Johnson was in town Wednesday, July 13 to talk about the upcoming Kickoff Classic with his name on it that signals the start of high school football in Central Texas.  more
Posted on 07/01/2016
Being the best in your school is quite an achievement, but an Atlas Academy 8th grader can boast she's a national champion in a competition that featured more than 600,000 competitors across the country and internationally.  more
Posted on 07/01/2016
The six week long camp divides students into three groups based on grade level, plus a zerobotics group that parners with Texas A&M and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on projects that include science engineering, education, healthcare and math applications. That team spends at least four hours a day learning on computers.   more