Middle school and high school band students were recently recognized during the December School Board Meeting.
Weslaco ISD is committed to providing our children the best, complete educational experience.
Weslaco ISD welcomes all students.
If you have questions about registration, please call the INTAKE Office at 956-969-6670.
Join us for an exciting experience at WISD’s Regular Summer Programs, WISD’s Fine Arts and Technology Institute, WISD’s Recreational Programs or join many other exciting opportunities.
WISD offers numerous certifications to prepare students with job-ready skills. Career and Technology Complex webpage
WISD offers high-quality, innovative, technology-savvy programs in positive learning environments. Find out the latest classroom strategies
This initiative allows students to develop leadership skills through campus-wide activities. Learn more about the 7 Habits of Happy Kids
Gifted and Talented program provides educational experiences beyond those normally provided by the regular school program. Find out more about this program.
Students can develop their artistic interests with excellent programs available from elementary through high school. Find out more about our Fine Arts Program.
The 2017 back to school convocation kick off this year's new initiative: Weslaco Reads, Weslaco Succeeds!
WISD provides wide range of competitive team and individual sports for boys and girls. Find out more about team schedules and events.
The district provides all students with breakfast and lunch service
With a fleet of state-of-the-art school buses, our school district transports thousands of students to and from school every day
The District and the city work hand-in-hand to implement various initiatives. City of Weslaco home page
The district and the Boys & Girls Club have joined forces to provide Weslaco students with an environment conductive to learning.
Weslaco ISD Performing Arts Center has opened its doors to the community. Several performance have been held at the auditorium and many more are being scheduled every day. PAC page
Many WISD clubs and organizations participate in this city-wide event.
Central, Dr. Armando Cuellar, and Mary Hoge migrant middle school students took part in the Edinburg College Exposure Initiative held at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley.
After reading the book “Aero and Officer Mike, Police Partners,” Ms. Santiago’s 4th grade class had the
opportunity to meet a real-life K-9.
“Changing Lives and Building Futures,” was the theme of the Career and Technical Education Program showcase held recently. CTE featured 26 programs of study available to WISD high school students.