Wednesday, July 30th, 2014


West Brazos Jr. High 


Welcome Back to School CBISD Students!

7th Grade Bout Camp – Thursday August 14.  2:00 PM – 4:00 PM.  WBJH

CHS Freshman Orientation – Monday, August 18.  5:00 PM.  CHS Auditorium

CHS Meet the Teacher – Wednesday, August 20.  5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

7th Grade Parent Meeting – Thursday, August 21.  5:00 PM.  WBJH

7th Grade Meet the Teacher – Thursday, August 21.  5:30 PM – 6:30 PM.  WBJH

8th Grade Meet the Teacher – Thursday, August 21.  6:45 PM – 7:45 PM.  WBJH

Wild Peach Elementary Meet the Teacher – Monday, August 25.  4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

West Columbia Elementary Meet the Teacher – Monday, August 25.  5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Barrow Elementary Meet the Teacher – Monday, August 25.  5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

First Day of School – Tuesday, August 26

Margaret Meadows - Principal

Alfred Black - Assistant Principal

Harland Hoppock - Assistant Principal

2014 JH Volleyball Schedule

2014 Football Schedule 

2012-13 Texas Academic Performance Report

Federal Report Card letter to parents

Las Tarjetas de Reporte de NCLB 

2013 Federal Report Cards

 West Brazos Junior High 2012-13 School Report Card

2014-2015 CBISD District Calendar - Board Approved

Parent Institute Newsletter

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My School Bucks allows parents to make electronic deposits into their student's school lunch account and to receive electronic low account balance notices 

2014 Columbia Roughnecks
Strength and Conditioning Camp

 Camp Dates:   June 9th – July 24th
Camp Sessions: Monday -Thursday 8:00 – 10:00 am JH Athletes

  8:30 – 10:30 am HS Athletes

Camp Site: Columbia High School Athletic Field House
Eligible Campers: Incoming 7th-12th grade students
Cost: FREE
Camp Objectives:
          ♦† Increase strength, stamina, and flexibility
          ♦† Improve speed, quickness, and reaction time
†          ♦ Provide information on healthy nutritional programs
Camp Instructors:   Columbia High School Coaching Staff
 Contact Person:   Randy Lynch or Kandy Shaw (979) 345-7602
 Payment/Fees:  Free

2014 Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp Registration Form

Columbia High School

Youth Volleyball Camp

June 16-19, 2014

Who:   Girls entering grades 3-8
Where: Columbia High School Competition & Auxiliary Gyms
Cost:   $40.00 (Cash or Check – made out to CBISD)

A volleyball camp for girls entering 3rd-8th grade that will focus on the teaching of the fundamentals of volleyball, with an emphasis on learning the skills of serving, passing, setting, spiking, and basic strategies of the game.  This camp is designed to not only learn about volleyball but also to have a fun time. Wear athletic clothes and tennis shoes, kneepads are optional but strongly suggested.


Camp Coordinator: Katy Scarborough


8:30 am – 11:30 am

click here to download the Volleyball Camp Registration form

David Cunningham - WBJH Teacher of the Year
Rebecca Watts - WBJH New Teacher of the Year 

Duke Talent Search


This is an important message for INCOMING 7th GRADERS from our school nurse.

Dear Parents of 6th grade students:
The time for your student to begin Junior High School is quickly approaching & WBJH would like for this transition to go as smoothly as possible. In order for him/her to receive their schedule during the 7th grade meet the Teacher night, they must have had all of their state required immunizations or a current exemption letter on file. 
The Brazoria County Health Department and I are working together in an effort to prevent the huge, last minute rush of students requiring immunizations for the new school year. As a result of last year’s rush, there was a shortage of these immunizations, booked MD offices, and very long lines at the clinics. 
On or after your child’s 12th birthday, the state requires that your student has proof of at least two doses of the varicella vaccine (or have had the chicken pox), a tetanus booster and the MCV vaccine before entering the 7th grade. When necessary, these immunizations can/will be administered earlier. If he/she has had these vaccines, please send a current shot record ASAP to your student’s school nurse.
It is very important that these immunizations be acquired as soon as they are due, and that you present the most current immunization record to your child’s school nurse so that they can be entered into your child’s records.
(Please make sure and bring your child’s current immunization record to your healthcare provider for review to ensure that they receive all shots that are due).
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me or your student’s current school nurse.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation! 

Debra Penney, RN
WBJH Nurse
799-1730 ext. 3010