Wylie ISD is participating in the Medical City Children's Hospital 21-Day Snack Challenge. We are also competing against Rockwall ISD to have the most families sign up and participate in the challenge. Briefly, the challenge is to replace unhealthy snacks with healthy ones.
Medical City Children's Hospital has created a cookbook to make healthy snacking in 2016 an easy resolution to keep! The cookbook, packed with fun, yummy, healthy snacks designed by local culinary high school students, aims to build healthy food habits one snack at a time.
However, when a home-cooked meal isn't an option, check out the Medical City Children's Hospital Kids Fit Menus. Part of the Kids Teaching Kids program, our healthy menus are kid-tested and approved and available at many area restaurants.
Visit the Kids Teaching Kids website for more information about the Kids Fit Menu and participating restaurants.
And don't forget to register for the 21-Day Snack Challenge between January 11 and 24, 2016. The challenge runs between January 25 and February 14, 2016.
The Wylie ISD application for ALL Wylie Education Foundation Scholarships as well as some additional local scholarships offered through school organizations and community organizations, will open to the 2016 graduating class on Friday, January 29, 2016 at 12:01 a.m. [more...]
Students in Wylie ISD can now share important safety information anonymously with school administrators via their smart phone. The Wylie ISD Council of PTAs is sponsoring the new service, tip411, [more...]
These winners will go on to compete at the Wylie ISD district science fair taking place Tuesday, January 19th from 6:00-8:00 at Wylie East High School. This event is open to all Wylie ISD families. Please come see the fantastic work done by Wylie’s young scientists [more...]
On Thursday, January 7, Wylie ISD surprised 19 fantastic teachers as they were recognized as their respective campus Teacher of the Year. Congratulations to [more...]