• Welcome to Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School where

    Every Student Matters, Every Moment Counts!!!

    Mark your Calendars: Wise will host a College & Career Expo on Saturday February 27, 2016 from 10 am - 3pm.
    FAFSA Workshops for Students and Parents Read More>>
    Congratulations to the WHS Football Head Coach and the entire coaching staff for guiding our team to the State Championship where we won the title as the MD 4A State Champions and the only team in Prince George's County this year to cap a perfect 14-0 season!
  • Monday 2/8/16 A Day
    • SLO post-test window– Jan. 4 – Feb. 26 (continues for full year courses)
    • Biology collaborative planning – 10:40 AM
    • Basketball vs. Northwestern (Boys Home; Girls Away) – (JV) 5:30 PM & (V) 7:15 PM
    Tuesday 2/9 B Day
    • SIT meetings – all day
    • Club & Organization Yearbook Picture Day 
    • G Team meeting – 9:30 AM – in the guidance conference room
    • New Teachers’ Academy – 4:00 PM
    • 9th Grade Academy meeting – 4:00 PM
    Wednesday 2/10 A Day
    • SWAT meeting – in the guidance conference room - 9:30 AM
    • Art Department Literacy Task Scoring Day
    • English 9 collaborative planning – 12:15 PM
    • English 10 collaborative planning – 1:00 PM
    • SPMT meeting – 4:00 PM – in the LMC
    • Puma Pride parent conferences – 4:00 PM
    • County cheerleading competition – 6:00 PM
    Thursday 2/11 B Day
    • 2nd quarter report cards released
    • Instructional council meeting – 2:30 PM – in the principal’s conference room
    • FBLA conference – 3:00 PM
    Friday 2/12 A Day
    • Basketball vs. High Point (Boys Away; Girls Home) – (JV) 5:30 PM & (V) 7:15 PM
  • Pres. Obama Visits Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School
    PGCPS Comptroller Visits Wise HS for the 2014 Steve Harvey Award Proclamation
    Pres. Obama Interviews Noah McQueen of Wise HS
    FAFSA Workshops for Students and Parents
    PGCC's Regional Financial Aid Workshops
  • PUMA Word of the Day
  • differentiate (v.)

    ~ recognize or ascertain what makes (someone or something) different

    These two plans seem the same; I can't differentiate between them.

  • Conditions for Upper Marlboro, MD at 9:57 pm EST
    Current Conditions:
    Fair, 34 F

    Sun - Partly Cloudy. High: 44 Low: 31
    Mon - Mostly Cloudy. High: 46 Low: 33
    Tue - Snow Showers. High: 35 Low: 29
    Wed - Mostly Cloudy. High: 36 Low: 22
    Thu - Partly Cloudy/Wind. High: 29 Low: 17

    Full Forecast at Yahoo! Weather

    (provided by The Weather Channel)

    Congratulations to our staff members of the month Gary Hughes and Earnest Green! This recognition is well deserved!

    Please welcome our newest math teacher, Mr. Arnel Anog. Mr. Anog teaches Algebra as a member of the 9th grade academy in room A214. If you haven’t already done so, please stop by to introduce yourself and welcome him to the Puma family!

    DaLawn Parrish and his coaching staff were repeatedly thanked by nine football players for their support over the years culminating with them signing letters of intent to attend college while also playing football. The signing ceremony was a wonderful event highlighting this significant accomplishment. Great job Jason Gordon with coordinating this occasion.

    We are all proud of Kevin Wolfolk, whose son Myles, completed his graduation requirements early and is a scholarship student athlete currently taking courses at the Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. One of the largest applause occurred  when Myles Facetimed into the signing ceremony, and he shared that he had passed his first four quizzes and currently had an A average in his course. Pumas are able to compete academically and athletically!

    Thank you to the professional school counseling team, Robin Rubain (chair), Tania Chandler, Melody Thompson, Consuella Gibson, Pamela Poles, and Angela Jackson for engaging the full faculty in very informative and interactive workshops at the past two faculty meetings on 504 compliance, School Instructional Team (SIT) procedures, and Home and Hospital teaching.

    Thank you Elizabeth Dennis for taking the time out of your busy schedule to be a consistent attendee at PTSO executive and general body meetings. The input you provide at the meetings is appreciated.

    Thank you Nicole McLaurin, Tania Chandler, Khaisha Charles, Shannan Dudley, and Robin Rubain for conducting evening registration for our spring semester blended learning courses that begin this week.

    ~ Mr. Charoscar Coleman, Principal 

    PRIDE                               RESPECT                               INTEGRITY                               DISCIPLINE                              EXCELLENCE