Pre-K and Kindergarten Open enrollment

Registration Today!!

Pre-K and kindergarten registration is underway at Alice ISD! Come join our fun event with face painting, mascots, free t-shirts, and other activities on May 2 (9am to 4pm) and May 8 (10am to 6pm) at Central Office, #2 Coyote Trail. Your child must be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2024, to qualify for Pre-K or 5 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2024, to qualify for kindergarten. Online registration is easy. Everything you need is under the 2024-2025 Online Registration tab on our website at www.aliceisd.net. For more information or questions, call Alice ISD at (361) 664-0981, Ext. 1023. #itstartswithme #attendancematters


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Change in Drop off locations due to Construction.
Change in Drop Off locations

Starting April 5, 2024 there will be changes to WAMS Drop Off areas.

basketball
Boys Basketball

8th Grade A Team placed 2nd in a recent Tournament in TM. Great Job!

science fair
WAMS Science Fair Winners

6th grade-1st Chloe Valdez, 2nd Ava DeLeon and Andrina Joslin, 3rd Brennan Solis.

7th grade-1st Hannah Shanks, 2nd Julian Olivo, 3rd Hayden Gray, 4th Christopher Garcia.

8th grade-1st Carlos Rodriguez, 2nd Ilario Asevedo and Manny Ramos, 3rd Daniela Dominguez, 4th place Sophie Buentello.

pull tabs
Pull your tabs and bring them to school

Collect all your pull tabs and bring them to school to deposit in the bottle on the stage. We deliver them to The Donald McDonald House every summer.

Drop off and pick up
Drop off and pick up
Notice to Parents
Notice to Parents

About

Mission Statement for WAMS

We will collaborate with students, parents and staff to build relationships to help establish and maintain a safe environment that is conducive to academic success and will produce successful and productive members of the community.


Vision for WAMS

The vision of William Adams Middle School is to address the academic, social-emotional, and physical needs of students in a safe environment, and to empower them to utilize the acquired skills necessary to make meaningful contributions in an ever-changing technological society.

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