Monday, January 21st, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. There will be no school on this day. We hope that you enjoy your three-day weekend!
Wednesday, January 23rd, is an early release day for teacher training. Primary students will release at 11:30 a.m. Buses will run their usual routes at this time. ***We are asking that parents not eat lunch at school with their child due to a different and shortened lunch schedule.***
There is a temporary outage with White Oak ISD’s phone system. In the meantime, please use the cell phone numbers below for emergency issues.
WOHS – 903-452-3715
WOMS – 903-452-5497
WOIS – 903-452-3717
WOPS – 903-452-3705
White Oak ISD will be closed for Thanksgiving ALL next week – November 19th-23rd. We are all excited to spend time with family and celebrate all that we have been given. School will resume on Monday, November 26th. We hope you enjoy your Thanksgiving holidays!
White Oak ISD will be hosting a free dinner for all Veterans and Active Duty Military Personnel this Friday night, November 9th. The meal will be served at 6 pm in the Secondary Food Service building. Please come and bring your spouse as our guest for a nice meal and plenty of time to fellowship with others in the community.
We are also asking our parents and staff members to help get the word out concerning this event. If you know someone who has served or is serving currently, please extend this invitation on behalf of all of us at White Oak ISD.
The Board of Trustees, faculty and staff at White Oak are grateful for the service and sacrifice of our service men and women! It will be our pleasure to provide this small token of our appreciation.
Please make sure you are aware of the following information regarding tomorrow, Wednesday, October 31st!
-It is an EARLY RELEASE day for all students. Primary students will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. Afternoon PreK will meet with the morning class from 8:00 – 11:00 a.m. Please do not plan to have lunch with your child on this day!
-Tomorrow is Halloween. This is NOT a party day! However, students will be celebrating reading and books by dressing up as their favorite book character! Please make sure your child’s book character costume is dress-code appropriate.
Tomorrow kicks off our Red Ribbon Week festivities! Here is the daily schedule for the week.
Monday: Wear Red.
Support the Red Ribbon Awareness campaign.
Tuesday: Wear your favorite team jersey or t-shirt.
“Team up against drugs!”
Wednesday: Wear dress-code appropriate pajamas.
“Stay healthy, and have sweet dreams!”
Thursday: Wear crazy socks.
“Healthy habits help you stand out!”
Friday: Wear Roughneck spirit colors.
“Roughnecks stand strong against drugs!”