Christmas Parties for Primary and Intermediate will take place on the last day of school prior to the holidays. Party and Early Dismissal Schedules for both campuses are listed below:
- December 21st, Friday – PRIMARY PARTIES 9:00-10:00
- PRIMARY EARLY DISMISSAL 11:00
- December 21st, Friday – INTERMEDIATE PARTIES – 3rd & 4th 9:00-10:00/5th 9:30-10:30
- INTERMEDIATE DISMISSAL 11:30
- Staff will leave at 12:00
ROOM MOTHERS –
IMPORTANT NOTICE BELOW- PLEASE ADHERE TO THESE RESTRICTIONS!
*PER DISTRICT POLICY– All food that is brought in needs to be store bought, no home made goodies. If you have a child with a peanut allergy in your class you will need to let your classroom parents know. You can not tell which student because of confidentiality, but just share that there is a peanut allergy in the class and that all products must be peanut free.
The office will be sending out a note to parents asking if they are planning on attending the class party. If they are planning to attend and already have their license scanned we will pre-print their badges for the party so they do not have to wait in a very long line. This is to ensure the safety of our students.
White Oak State Bank has their Angel Tree ready for angels to be adopted. These are White Oak families. The lobby is open from 9 am – 5 pm. Angel gifts need to be taken to the bank by Wednesday, December 12th.
Let’s work together as a community to make this a Merry Christmas for all.
Intermediate grades will be hosting parent orientations this week scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. in the elementary cafeteria. These orientations will provide parents and guardians with Important Information pertinent to your child’s success this year. Please plan to join us.
- MONDAY – 5th Grade Parent Orientation
- TUESDAY – 4th Grade Parent Orientation
- THURSDAY – 3rd Grade Parent Orientation
The staff of White Oak ISD was addressed by several of its peers on Thursday, May 31st, to kick off two important phases of collaborative learning, Project Based Learning and Professional Learning Community. Teachers from each campus were given opportunities to share the higher level thinking involved in PBL and also to showcase over 90+ Web 2.0 tools and apps. It was impressive to see the level of instruction that our students receive from our White Oak ISD teachers. Equally impressive was the development of problem-solving skills and collaboration that our students, from primary through high school, demonstrated through “voice and choice” presentations
Resources for the Web2.0 tools and apps are linked to the image above. Several of the resources are already posted on the new PLC Blog.