Welcome to Wheat Elementary School

Superintendent's Statement Regarding Bomb Threat 3-1-2018

Thursday afternoon at approximately 3:05 p.m. a phone call was received at the Woodville ISD administration office claiming there was a bomb. Woodville Police Department and Tyler County Sheriff's Office were notified and responded to the call within minutes.  Afternoon dismissal of students had started and was allowed to continue as law enforcement began investigating the call and checking buildings where the call was received. Shortly after the students were cleared from all campuses it was determined by officials the call was a hoax.  As a precaution, staff members were dismissed and evening activities on campuses were postponed. The district and law enforcement will continue to investigate the incident and attempt to determine who is responsible. 

Thursday's incident comes on the heels of the Florida school shooting tragedy. Many schools in our region and around the country are receiving rumors of copycat and hoax events. Our district will take every report seriously and will be investigating each incident using every resource available. Law enforcement will be involved throughout the process and work directly with the District. Woodville ISD wants to ensure our school community we will be taking every precaution to keep our students and staff safe. 

We encourage parents to have open communication with their children about issues at school, social media and other concerns.  We encourage you as parents to share those concerns with campus personnel. We also ask parents to make certain their students understand that even joking about school violence will lead to serious consequences.  When campus and/or district leaders become aware of such conversations, it will immediately and thoroughly be investigated as a threat.


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About Us


Wheat Elementary is an EE-2nd grade campus of approximately 375 students. Our instructional programs include PPCD (Pre-school Programs for Children with Disabilities), full day prekindergarten programs, gifted and talented, English as a second language, intensified instruction and intervention for reading and math through response to intervention (RtI) strategies, and web-based reading and learning.

At Wheat Elementary we focus on individualized and differentiated instruction for all students. As part of this we offer dynamic student-centered learning environments, assessed through a variety of digital and traditional methods. Technology and digital learning devices such as iPads, computers, interactive boards, and digital presenters serve as a means to enhance student engagement.

Wheat also offers age-appropriate and vertically aligned instruction of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), the state's mandated curriculum. These learning standards are put into place by the Texas Education Agency and are assessed beginning at 3rd grade with the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR). To learn more about these measures of accountability click on the links provided.

In Woodville ISD and at Wheat Elementary we strive for meaningful and purposeful interpretation of the TEKS through a balanced literacy approach, using guided reading and daily literacy learning centers (aka "The Daily 5"). We are also beginning to explore and expand our teaching methods to include projects-based learning, developmental assessments, rubrics, and varied means of progress monitoring.

If you would like to learn more about our instructional programs at Wheat Elementary, please contact us at 409-283-2452. 

Wheat Elementary

  • Phone: 409-283-2452
  • Fax: 409-331-3409
  • Mailing Address: 505 North Charlton, Woodville, Tx 75979
  • Physical Address: 306 Kirby Drive, Woodville, Texas 75979


7:30-8:00 Breakfast in the Classroom
8:00 Tardy Bell
8:35 Pre-K P.E./Music/Art *Conference
1st Grade P.E./Music/Art *Conference
10:15 2nd Grade P.E./Music/Art *Conference
10:40 Kindergarten Lunch
11:00First Grade Lunch
11:15 Second Grade Lunch
11:30 Pre-K Lunch
11:50 Kindergarten P.E./Music/Art *Conference
Dismissal Times:

3:15 Day Care, Walkers & Pick-ups
3:20 First Buses
3:25 Second Buses