Brewer Bears of the Week for Sept. 6 are: Margarita Flores, Tim Duncan, Tyler Reed, Ken and Laura Miller, Alexis Beauchamp, Lee Ann Hall and Kelly McKinzie.
Dave Campbell’s Texas Football and the North Texas Honda Dealers honored Coach Ben Davis with the Community Helper Appreciation Award on Sept. 6 during the Brewer High School pep rally and Bears' first home football game.
Our Belief: Our students deserves a passionate teacher in every classroom, every day.
The Fit Body Boot Camp locations in Aledo and Fort Worth collected school supplies for WSISD students throughout August. They also offered a 28-day promotion, in which the proceeds—$800!—were donated to WSISD to purchase additional school supplies!
The Fightin' Brewer High School Band kicked off the school year during WSISD's Convocation. #empoweringbears
The WSISD Education Foundation awarded $12,000 in Innovative Teaching Grants during WSISD's 2019 Convocation. The grants were part of the Blue Jean Incentive Program. All WSISD employees who make a monthly payroll deduction to wear jeans the first Monday of every month are eligible for the grants.
North Elementary students recently learned how to use a 3D printer. Students were able to produce a three-dimensional object from a 3D model or CAD file. The printer was funded by a grant from the WSISD Education Foundation.
We wish all of our Brewer Bear families a safe and fun summer! Thank you for sharing your children with us. #championsforkids Photo: Kurstin Draper's first grade class at Blue Haze Elementary
Blue Haze Elementary students in Jennifer Duddington and Jane Lowry's class didn't need the traditional pencil and paper to practice their writing skills. Their teachers received a $1,400 We've Got the "Write" Stuff, Let's Boogie Grant from the WSISD Education Foundation to purchase Boogie Board Writing Tablets.
Brewer Middle School seventh graders learned about hydroponic and plant systems, and they designed their own hydroponic system. The project was funded by a grant from the WSISD Education Foundation.
Fine Arts Academy students learn pitch, rhythm, music reading, melodic patterns and more with the xylophones teacher Jennifer Lambert received through a White Settlement ISD Education Foundation grant.
Brewer High School sophomore Mia Lopez won a new car from Moritz Chevrolet as part of the Brewer High School Perfect Attendance Car Giveaway!
Brewer High School students in the Agriculture Animal Systems program have the opportunity to learn how to raise animals. The school has a variety of pigs, goats, chickens ... and even a heifer ... in its new ag facility.
Brewer High School's future health care professionals recently determined diseases in the practicum lab. They examined their patient and determined infectious diseases by monitoring symptoms, vitals, and examination.
Fine Arts Academy third graders worked" a crime scene to find their missing principal, helping student learn how to find text evidence and draw conclusions.
Brewer Middle School eighth grade students in Kim Barela's science class participate in a digital breakout lesson.
North Elementary students created their own paper rockets that they launched during a recent visit by the Perot Museum's Tech Truck. The school will be a certified STEAM Academy in 2019-2020.
Brewer High School students can pursue a variety of career pathways including Ag Mechanics, Culinary Arts, Engineering, and Computer Programming.
Every middle and high school student in WSISD has a Dell laptop for school and home use, and technology is embedded in the curriculum.
Science experiments, shows and activities make learning science fun during WSISD's Mad Scientist Night.
WSISD provides numerous opportunities for families to participate in fun, educational activities with their kids because family involvement is essential to our children's success. Pictured is an experiment at Mad Scientist Night.