EPLT Canceled May 9 and May 16 Due to State Testing;
High Schools Will Start at 8 a.m.
Welcome to Carl Wunsche Sr. High School
Spring Independent School District is moving Career and Technical Education into the new millennium with the opportunities provided at Carl Wunsche Sr. High School, a Career Academy in Spring ISD. Students choosing to attend the Academy will have opportunities to enhance academic and career success through participation in workplace learning activities, internships, mentorships, and/or cooperative learning programs. Students will also be able to earn college articulated credit, therefore getting a head start on their post-secondary education. We are breaking the mold here at the Academy, and we invite you to have a look.
The CWHS Academy Awards are Wunsche’s version of graduation.
All seniors (and family) should attend!
We recognize every senior like they would at graduation and we also hand out all the awards and scholarships.
Following the ceremony is the after party lock-in. 11:00pm to 5:30am
Seniors pay $20 Juniors pay $25 for a ticket (available at all lunches now) that includes Food & Drinks Activities (casino games, inflatables, sports, DJ, etc.) PRIZES (like iPads, TV’s, gaming systems, stuff for college, etc…)
All seniors and juniors are invited to the after party!
CWHS Student Leadership Council Application (Click HERE) Due no later than Friday, May 10th
Spring ISD Grant Express Delivers $30,000 in Innovative Grants (click HERE for more information)
HOUSTON - Jan. 2, 2013 - The Spring ISD Education Foundation delivered $30,000 in innovative grants to Spring ISD campuses districtwide during a surprise visit by the Grant Express Dec. 13.
Several projects that received funding will use technology to enhance a broad range of subjects, including government, economics, mathematics, science and reading.
Following are the grant descriptions and their recipients.
Carl Wunsche Sr. High School received $2,850 for a project called Economics and Government in Your World. Using video cameras, students will create digital media that can be used to teach others about important government and economic concepts. The recipient is Dana Tabor.
Wunsche was awarded $1,300 for implementing a work-ethics curriculum called Bring Your “A” Game that focuses on the seven A’s of attitude, attendance, acceptance, accountability, ambition, appearance and appreciation. The recipient is Jill Tackett.
In addition, Wunsche received a $3,950 grant that will provide additional opportunities for students enrolled in a medical career pathway to read books that give true insights into the field of health care, culminating in increased comprehension and improved analytical and critical thinking. The recipients are D’hania Miller, Debbie Forrest, Jill Tackett, Olga Vega, Lisa Cranford and Anita Walther.
Notice to Parents: Parents can access their children’s online information using the my.SpringISD single-sign-on portal. mySpringISD features a dashboard containing applications, resources and ways to connect with Spring ISD. One of the best features is the Home Access Center (HAC). HAC will allow you to access your student's grades, attendance, assignments, transcript, and other information.
GO TO: Springisd.org - General Information - Parent Portal - Log into MySpringISD.org
Enter User Name and Password
A letter was mailed to your home address with your new user name and password.
Or click the Portal For Parents Link on the Right hand side of this page.
Students in the AP|Cambridge Seminar attended a conference titled, "The Role of Social Sciences in Feeding the World," at Texas A&M University on October 4 and 5. They collaborated with teachers, college faculty, and scientists to analyze the problem of global hunger and evaluate solutions for this local and global issue. The event also included a dinner and question and answer session with Dr. Tibor Nagy, the former US Ambassador to Ethiopia, and a luncheon with Dr. Elsa Murano, the interim director of the Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture at Texas A&M.
Students: Sade HIll Cynthia Nolasco Akachi Emeghara Corey Gentry Michael Griffin Dominique Leavell Kenya Allen Maiya Baldwin Isaac Jenkins Rebecca Marte Julio Pichardo Zachary Reece
Spring ISD Plans to Repurpose Old Smartphones for Use in Classrooms
HOUSTON - July 24, 2012 - Community members and business owners who have an old smartphone taking up space in a drawer or on a shelf now have an opportunity to clear that space while benefiting students at the same time. Spring Independent School District is accepting donations of used smartphones for use as Wi-Fi devices for a pilot project this school year at Carl Wunsche Sr. High School, Roberson Middle School and Dueitt Middle School.
The three participating schools will allow students to use their own electronic devices to access the district’s filtered Wi-Fi network for educational purposes while in the classroom. Students who don’t have their own devices will be allowed to check out one of the donated smartphones, which will have been wiped clean of all prior phone information by the Spring ISD Technology Department.
Donations of used smartphones, including any Blackberry, Android or iPhone, and power cords can be made in the reception area of the Gordon M. Anderson Leadership Center, 16717 Ella Blvd.
Area businesses who wish to donate used smartphones may drop them off at the Leadership Center or call Christina Allen-Crowder, Spring ISD community relations director, at 281-891-6012 to arrange for pickup.
College Shirt Day
Dress For Success Every Tuesday
Seniors: College/Universities require a final high school transcript. Be sure to stop by the registrar's office and fill out a final transcript request form by the end of the month. Your signature is required; therefore you MUST fill out a final transcript request form. Your final transcript will not be sent unless you have filled out the form. The first final transcript is free and $1 each for any additional official copy.
A big thanks to Courtney Cook, Anita Walther, Dana Tabor, and John Larkin for blazing the Project Based Learning trail.
Click HERE to view the video.
Class of 2013 Officers Joseph Battles - President
Biance Saucedo - Vice President
Elyssa Lara - Secretary (not pictured)
Dedicated Service Graduate Program FAQ (DSGP)
Instilled with an interest in volunteerism, it is our goal that Spring ISD students serve in their community while in school and throughout their lives. This involvement will positively impact our communities and citizens as we believe volunteerism equals success! Please click here to learn more about Spring ISD's Dedicated Service Graduate Program.
"By 2015, Spring Independent School District will be recognized nationally as a leader among learning organizations and known for exemplary student achievement."
Adopted by Spring ISD Board of Trustees, April 2008
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
• Window opens at 7:50 am
• Closed for lunch from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
• Reopens at 2:05 pm to 4:00 pm
• Tuesdays will close after last lunch Thursday
• Window opens at 9:20 am
• Closes at 1:35 pm
If closed see Mr. Berry or Mr. Reinke in Room 1037
Click for more CTE information
Talk About It Link
AnComm's 'Talk About It' service allows students to communicate anonymously with their principal, counselors, teachers, school resource officers, and other staff. Click HERE to go to the ANCOMM website.
CWHS PTO Website
The Purpose of the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) at Carl Wunsche Sr. High School is to promote and guard the welfare of our children and youth in our school and in our community and to support students and staff through positive involvement and to foster a closer relationship of school to home.
Spring Independent School District is an equal opportunity employer. The Board of Trustees and its agents, officers and staff members shall not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, disabling condition, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, military status, or any other legally protected status in making decisions regarding staff members or students.