Brewer Middle School eighth grade students in Kim Barela's science class participate in a digital breakout lesson.
Blue Haze Elementary first graders prepare to enter the land of Mario to save Princess Peach by successfully completing 5 levels of math and reading (while reviewing for their upcoming assessments).
Brewer High School senior Adam Bradley and Austin Riis-Duis are 2019 National Merit Scholarship Commended Students. They are among the top 3 percent of more than 1.6 million students who entered the competition by taking the 2017 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
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.
The WSISD principals were recognized at the Oct. 16 board meeting as part of Principal Appreciation Month.
Comfort dogs were a part of North Elementary's Family Reading Night on Oct. 4.
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 9th annual Mad Scientist Night.
Blue Haze Elementary first graders attempt to earn touchdowns while reviewing place value content. The room "flip"is just one example of how WSISD educators engage students in the classroom.
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.
Tannahill student Brennan Maitlen won the WSISD Education Foundation's 2018 Field Goal Challenge for her school.
Two thousand plus people attended WSISD's 9th annual Mad Scientist Night on Sept. 24, which commenced with the sliming of every principal and the superintendent.
Congrats to our Brewer Bear of the Week Award recipients for the Sept. 28 Bears' game.
Blue Haze Elementary students built houses out of place value blocks as part of a classroom transformation. When the houses were destroyed by an earthquake, construction crews had to determine the value of their homes, write it in standard, expanded and word form, and order the house values on Vinson St. from least to greatest.
Brewer High School physics students use their school-issued Dell laptops to work on a computer-generated simulation and explore the relationships between electric fields, electric potential and distance from a source charge. WSISD was selected as a Dell Model District this year.
Get your pre-sale football tickets for the Bears' home games at every school and the Athletic Office ($6 for adults and $4 for students)!
The 2018 Brewer Athletic Hall of Fame inductees were honored during pre-game on Sept. 14. Inductees are: Matt Chapman, 1995; Michael Lee, 1956; 1956 Girls' Basketball Team; 1989 Girls' 800 Meter Relay; Kerry Knox, 1985; and Kelly Shoppach, 1998.
Chandler Byington with the interception during the Brewer vs. Sherman game on Sept. 7. The Bears won 24-21. #whynotus #newera
The Brewer High School Honeycomb Drill Team celebrates its 50th Anniversary this year, and Honeycombs from the past five decades were invited to join in the pre-game show during the Bears' first home game on Aug. 31.
Bears play Boswell Friday, Sept. 28 at home at 7 p.m. #newera #whynotus
The WSISD Athletic Department and Brewer Football program will honor a variety of community members and individuals who positively impact and support the football program with a commemorative football this season. #newera #whynotus
The Fightin' Brewer Band performed during White Settlement ISD's 2018 Convocation on Aug. 17.
The WSISD Education Foundation awarded more than $9,000 in Innovative Teaching Grants during its 2018 Convocation.
Moms with players of all ages had the opportunity to get a glimpse of a day-in-the-life of a Brewer Bear football player during the Brewer Athletic Department's first-ever Moms' Camp on Aug. 9.
The Brewer Culinary Arts Team won a Bronze Medal at the National Competition in Atlanta, Ga.
Tannahill fifth graders learn about alternative power sources through a WSISD Education Foundation Grant.
WSISD students experienced cooking, drones and movie making during the Career and Technical Education Summer Camps at Brewer High School.
Ten WSISD elementary students won new bikes and helmets as part of Lockheed Martin's 20th annual Perfect Attendance Giveaway.
More than 400 students graduated from Brewer High School on May 24. Go Bears!
The WSISD Education Foundation honored the top 20 Brewer High School students during its 14th annual Hats Off Academic Recognition Ceremony on May 14.
Students in Liberty Elementary's Yearbook Club developed the yearbook from start to finish as part of a WSISD Education Foundation Innovative Teaching Grant.
Tannahill Intermediate families explored countries throughout the globe during Cultural Night on April 30.
Liberty Elementary students and families recently participated in a two-day cultural event that included performances by students in the school's dual language classes and interactive displays.
23 Brewer seniors earned the Seal of Biliteracy Award for proficiency in two languages on April 30.
Brewer Middle School theatre students earned the Distinguished Cast Award during the UIL One-Act Play Competition on April 20.
Human Hungry Hippo was among many life-size games played at WSISD's 1st ever Family Game Challenge on April 24.
Brewer High School senior Nathan Ballinger won a new Jeep from Moritz as part of the school's Perfect Attendance Giveaway.
Brewer senior Debbie Gonzales won a $2,500 scholarship as the Wingstop Scholar Athlete of Month.
For the fourth consecutive year, school officials were selected to share WSISD's success stories during the National School Boards Convention in San Antonio.
Blue Haze Elementary fourth grade math teachers baked up some fun as part of their benchmark review. Students answered batches of math questions to be eligible to play games like Pie in the Face, cookie mount, and cough roll.
Blue Haze Elementary first graders recently performed surgery to learn about text features.
North Elementary kindergartners show off all of the writing they've accomplished during a recent Writing Celebration.
Blue Haze fourth graders learn math while trying to escape Jumanji! #unlocking potential #engaging kids
North Elementary kindergartners wear mismatched shoes and socks as a way to think about what it’s like to walk in someone else’s shoes during HOPE Week.
North Elementary third graders review the elements of poetry by following clues in a breakout educational kit funded by the WSISD Education Foundation. When they completed each series of clues, the kids were able to open a lock and eventually open the Break Out Kit.
West Elementary second grade teachers recently brought out the black lights and glow sticks to make it fun while students searched for proof of their answers in the text they were reading.
Approximately 120 Brewer High School and Brewer Middle School students participated in the school-wide musical performance of "Fiddler on the Roof" Jan. 12 through 14.
West Elementary Pre-K students are learning counting, weighing, and much more with their classroom pumpkin patch!
Brewer High School Child Nutrition employees dressed up as Dr Seuss characters on Oct. 31.
A walking Wonderbread was among the costumed characters at the 3rd annual WSISD Healthy Families Rally on Oct. 16.
And the house sorting has happened at the Fine Arts Academy! Is your student with Gumption, Resilience, Integrity or Tenacity?