William Lloyd Meador Elementary School

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Welcome Parents!


I'd like to tell you a little bit about myself.  I am a native Texan.  I grew up in Huntsville, Texas and attended Sam Houston State University. After graduating from college I worked in the Health and Wellness field. I have lived in Houston, California, and Washington state.  About a decade into my career, I had the desire to make more of a difference.  This is when I made the bold leap to start my career as an educator.  I went back to school and earned my teaching certificate.  I began my teaching in Huntsville, Texas where I taught Third Grade.  I worked at the same school there for two years.  

In 2015, I moved from Huntsville to Washington state and taught Fourth Grade for a year and decided, I missed all the sunshine here in Texas and moved home! I joined the Wildkat family this year and look forward to an awesome year!

My husband and I have a daughter named Kylie who just turned Two! We have two furry dogs named CC Mamas and Jessie Girl.

In closing, it is important to me that you know I work very hard to provide your child with a safe, comfortable, and inviting classroom.  I teach the kids that we are a family and we treat each other the way we would like to be treated.  I also challenge the kids and have high, but reasonable expectations because I believe each and every child can succeed and meet those expectations.  

I am so happy to have your child in my class and I look forward to partnering with you to help your child have the best school year possible.  


Recent Posts

No Homework this week!

I have moved the spelling pretest and any other homework to next week, due to all the changes that will be occurring next week.

Welcome to Third Grade!

Happy first day of school! I hope that you all are as excited as I am! Please email me if you have any questions today or this week! I will be sending home Fridge Notes Monday in your child Monday Folder!!
Mrs. WIlding

May 8th-12th

Mrs. Wilding's 3rd Grade Homework

Week of May 8th-May 12th

Your homework this week is to...Get plenty of rest!

 Eat a healthy breakfast – especially Monday & Tuesday mornings

 Have a GREAT attitude for your

Math & Reading STAAR Tests! 
Math test: Monday, May 8th
Reading test:  Tuesday, May 9th


You’re a SUPER STAR and you are ready to do a TERRIFIC job! 

Love, Mrs. Wilding

Fridge Notes April 10th-13th

No School Friday- Have a Awesome Easter Weekend!
Field Trip Information is attached to Fridge Notes!

Benchmark Testing

Good Afternoon Parents,

Next week, on Monday and Tuesday, your child will be taking a PRACTICE STAAR test (we call it a Benchmark).

Monday will be Math


Tuesday will be Reading.  

I simply wanted to make you aware so that your kiddo could get a good night's sleep on Sunday and Monday nights and feel prepared and calm.  My philosophy is to make them feel as confident and comfortable as possible.  

Also, please have them dress in comfy clothing.  I also recommend having them bring a sweatshirt or jacket (something they can put on and remove easily) in the event they get cold.

Finally, we will provide a snack and a water bottle for them to enjoy during the test.  Your child is welcome to bring their own snacks and drinks as long as they are as follows:

  • Dry - pretzels, Goldfish, and crackers are best.
  • Nothing that is colorful, juicy or greasy - (like cheese flavored chips,  fruit or greasy chips is a BAD IDEA.  They can ruin the test materials and then may not be able to be scored)
  • Drinks - only CLEAR liquids with lids (to prevent spills)  Water is best

​If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Mrs. Wilding