NEW Schedule Template
Organization is going to be very important for students over the first three weeks of virtual learning and beyond. Please consider using this schedule template
NEW Change to LISD Calendar
At the August 13 Special Board Meeting, the LISD School Board voted to change September 8th from student holiday to an instructional day. Please go here for LISD calendars.
NEW Middle School Football
Thursday evening the football program hosted a parent meeting for middle school football players and their parents. You can view the recording of the meeting here. Please note, the meeting does not begin until minute 12:37 on the recording. You can also have access to the slide presentation by clicking here. You will be prompted to log into your zoom account, then for the password. The password is: Mha+6*aV
NEW WSMS Student Passwords
All WSMS parents should have received an email Thursday morning with instructions on how to reset your child’s login credentials so they can access PowerSchool and Google Classroom. If you did not receive this email or have any questions, please contact the district’s technology help desk at 214-507-4415.
Beginning of School Year FAQ’s
What bell schedule will my student be following beginning August 17th?
How will I know if it is an “A/B” day?
When will my student know their schedule?
Student schedules for the new school year are available to view in PowerSchool today! Our counselors have worked diligently to ensure your student has received the best schedule possible.
- Please check for the following in your child’s schedule:
- The schedule has all 4 core classes (Math, English, Science, History)
- There is a class listed every period
Lunches are not shown on your schedule. Lunch times will be given to students the first day of school based on their 3rd and 4th period classes.
At this time, we will not be making any changes based on teacher/friend preferences. Schedule changes for electives will be granted only on a limited basis. Elective classes are limited in size, and some changes may not be possible.
How will my student get the zoom links to join classes?
Zoom links will be posted in each student’s Google Classroom by their teacher. Google accounts for each student will be populated automatically when schedules are released.
NEW My child is in athletics. What do they do for their athletic period on Monday or Tuesday?
Coaches are posting Zoom links in your child’s athletic Google Classroom. Athletes are expected to log in to their 1st period Zoom meeting at 8:45 AM on Monday morning (7th grade boys/8th grade girls) or 8th period Zoom meeting at 2:29 PM on Tuesday afternoon (8th grade boys/7th grade girls).
What do I do if my student has problems logging in on the first day of school?
If your child has an issue logging into their classes on the first day of school please contact the Technology Help Desk at 214-507-4415.
NEW What is expected of students on Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18?
- School starts at 8:45 a.m.
- Teachers will be logged in and ready to greet your child on zoom starting at 8:40 a.m.
- All students will log into their first period classroom's zoom link, posted in google classroom.
- Monday is an "A Day" -Students will have 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 7th periods.
- Tuesday is a “B Day” -students will have 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th periods.
If you need to bring an Epi-pen and Benadryl, an Inhaler, or other medications that your child might need at school during the school year, please call the clinic number of 469-742-8420 or email Nurse Young directly at Gretchen_Young@lovejoyisd.net to arrange a time with her to bring the medication and proper forms.
She will be available for drop off of forms and medications during the weeks of Aug. 17th- 21st and Aug. 24th-28th.
The Medication forms, Emergency Action forms, and the Asthma Action forms can all be found on the district website under the Student Health Services page. Some of these forms must be signed by the child's physician as well as their parent, so you will need to fill these out ahead of time.
All medications must be in their original packaging (NO ziplock baggies of medications) and not expired.
Prescription medications must have the proper label on the bottle or packaging and will have to be counted with the parent dropping the medication off.