W. S. Holland Middle School is an educational campus located in Houston. Established in 1979, it employs a staff of more than 40 teachers and paraprofessional who conduct classes in various subjects, such as language arts, history, reading, writing, math, science, social studies and English. The school offers basic learning sessions in physical education, technical applications, drama, public speaking, band, music, and arts and crafts. It also has guitar, cheerleaders and Red Cross clubs. In addition, W. S. Holland Middle School provides an online photo gallery of its various events. The school is a part of the Houston Independent School District, which is one of the largest public school systems in Texas and serves over 200,000 students in nearly 300 schools.
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My brother is constantly a victim of bullying in this school and I have gone to the school, even talked to the principal and vice principal, about the how serious it was becoming. They told me nothing could be done because they did not know who was destroying his property during his PE class. HELLO YOU CAN QUESTION THE WHOLE CLASS WHO DID IT! IMPLEMENT PROGRAMS TO MINIMIZE BULLYING! To simply tell me nothing can be done when someone in his class destroyed his personal belongings is not acceptable! No wonder the kids are act this way. Last yr my sister was also in this school and I had to go talk to the school because someone had stolen her phone. I went to the administration office and asked for assistance on what to do and what they told me shocked and infuriated me beyond belief! This woman in the office told me "well ill see if anything can be done about that. I don't think our school cop can help you." Is this school completely serious!! This was not a stolen pencil for crying out loud phones are expensive! When I asked the lady where on Earth was I suppose to get assistance she then saw I meant business, "okay ill get the cop" is all she said. Even when the cop heard my sisters story he kept looking at me and noting his head as if my sister was a cause of this to happen. He told me afterwards that he believed this was caused because of "girl drama and my sister was at fault" but he offered no help in recovering it. I instead got assistance in recovering the phone from another lady working in the office. I would not recommend this school to anyone! I understand kids will be kids and they will act very rude to this way but the administration is not implementing disciplinary measures.

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Northeast Houston, Pleasantville Area
Schools, Elementary Schools, Middle Schools, Public Schools