Mrs. Wanda L. Wilson

Phone: 903.262.3260


Degrees and Certifications:

BS Interdisciplinary Studies, Texas Teaching Certification, Grades 1st-8th Specialization Reading and English M.ED Educational Administration, M.ED Curriculum and Instruction ELPS

Mrs. Wanda L. Wilson

1900 Balsam Gap Lane

Tyler, Texas 75703

Room 92

2nd Grade Teacher



 4th grade self-contained  4 years  T.B. Ramey Elementary

 3rd grade self-contained 8 years  W.A. Peete Elementary



 “I didn’t find teaching, teaching found me.” Unlike most teachers, I realized at an early age that my true passion was to become a teacher.  A product of Tyler ISD, my mother and grandparents would  always instill the importance of education as an honor and privilege. My path to education started at Douglas Elementary half day head start program, my early grade years were at Griffin Elementary, middle years were at Dogan Middle School, High school years were at John Tyler High School. I was always fascinated with my elementary teachers, their love and compassion for their students, and their genuine determination to push each student to experience a high level of success.  I begin to mimic my teachers during my imagination playtime, and was always told by friends who played with me, that someday I would be a teacher. 

I am very fortunate because I am able to do more than just teach, I inspire, challenge, mentor, nurture, and counsel. Whenever I have “successes” with my students in any of these areas, I know I have accomplished much more than just a grade on a report card. I have contributed to a lifetime of learning. Teaching has allowed me to have a positive impact on lives. At the end of the day I know I have tried my best to reach every student who enters my room. I am very fortunate that teaching found me and has changed my life. I can’t think of any other profession that would provide me such rewards.


My Teaching Philosophy:

To share the gift of knowledge while inspiring student's to learn and discover. To foster student's critical thinking skills, facilitate the acquisition of life-long learning skills, and prepare them to be competitive in today's society. Loving kids unconditionally by helping them realize they are not defined by their circumstances and to seek and seize opportunities, strategies, and solutions that will assist and encourage an inward transformation of their self-worth.



Campus Teacher of the Year, W.A. Peete 2011-2012

Elementary District Teacher of the Year, Tyler ISD 2011-2012


 The Future Belongs to those  who prepare for it today!

Malcolm X