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Wood Middle SchoolGrades 6–8

Discover Wood Middle School where students fuel their interests, uncover new talents alongside others who share the same passions, as well as learn leadership skills based on respect, integrity, and honesty for themselves and others.

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  • #1 The only middle school in NEISD that offers Agriculture classes for ALL Grade levels.
  • 11 Teams that have qualified in the last 2 years for state, nationals, and worlds competitions in robotics.
  • 32 Elective choices offered and counting.
  • 166 Students that are enrolled in CTE courses.
  • 19 Point increase in our Closing the Gap domain in one school year.

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Your child’s success is our sole goal. Each staff member on this campus is a dedicated professional in their field committed to work with parents, teachers, and the community. Each of us will provide you with the information and help that you require. You will find contact information for our teachers by accessing the staff directory. North East ISD campus administrators such as assistant principals and counselors each have an area of expertise and responsibility. Access the campus staff page for the list of personnel, their responsibilities and contact information. If you are not sure how to proceed simply call 210-356-6200 and tell us how we can assist you and we will connect you with the right person. We’re here to help.

Campus Address

14800 Judson Road
San Antonio, TX 78233

Who to Call

  • Clinic: 210-356-6203

    What they can help you with: Health concerns, immunization needs, hearing/vision concerns, medication requests, student has with contagious illness (Ex: Flu, Covid, Strep)

  • Attendance: 210-356-6201

    What they can help you with: Reporting absences and coordinating appointments

  • Counselors: 210-356-6226

    What they can help you with: Counselors provide individual counseling for students needing support with social emotional, academic planning (choice sheets), goal setting, conflict resolution and emotional support by referral from student, staff and/or parent.

  • Data Processor: 210-356-6224

    What they can help you with: Registrations, withdraw, proof of residency, and updates to emergency contacts/contact information

  • Academic Dean: 210-356-6258

    What they can help you with: Academics (Grades, Tutoring, Course Protection/Course Recovery, HB4545); Curriculum & Instruction

  • Family Specialist: 210-356-6261

    What they can help you with: Facilitate family & community engagement workshops/classes, link families with internal and external resources, work closely with families with challenges that may be impacting their well-being.

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