Starting the week of January 16th, our campus will be participating in a coin drive for Olivia Hale. Each day students may bring any spare change or donations to their classroom. The money will be collected and stored in the office. Friday, the funds will be counted and we will announce the amount collected. Students are also encouraged to follow a daily theme as they collect donations!
The daily themes for this week are:
Tuesday, January 16th – “Sock-it to Moebius Syndrome” – wear crazy socks
Wednesday, January 17th – “Thinking About Olivia” – wear hats
Thursday, January 18th – “Hugs to Olivia” – bring a stuffed animal to hug all day
Friday, January 19th – “Wishing Sweet Dreams to Olivia” – Students may wear dress code appropriate pajamas and tennis shoes to school.
Wednesday, January 24th – Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day – “Purple All Over” – WEAR PURPLE!
This campaign or the daily themed activities are not mandatory. If you are not able to donate, please keep this family in your prayers.
White Oak Primary students will be dismissed at 11:45 on both Tuesday and Wednesday. Because lunchtimes for our students will be adjusted to accommodate the early dismissal times, we are asking that there be NO VISITORS AT LUNCHTIMES. This will assist our cafeteria in getting all of the students fed and out of the cafeteria in time to finish up the daily schedule.
Thank you, parents, for your cooperation!!
Thursday, December 14th, and Friday, December 15th, ALL White Oak ISD campuses will be CLOSED due to sickness. This decision was made in the best interest of all students, faculty, and staff.
There will be NO outside activities (i.e. no practices, no Boys and Girls Club, etc.).
The Second Grade Christmas performance has been rescheduled for Tuesday, December 19th, at 8:45 a.m. Second Grade parents are invited to attend.
Next week’s schedule WILL remain the same.
-Monday is a regularly-scheduled day.
-Tuesday will be Pajama Day for Primary School and early release at 11:45 a.m.
-Christmas parties will be Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. and early release at 11:45 a.m.
The last two days, there have been numerous reports of sick students. Some students have experienced symptoms such as high fever, cough, and upset stomach. We have some students with confirmed flu and strep. The school is taking extra precautions with:
- cleaning and disinfecting
- increased focus on hand washing and sanitizing
- frequent reminders of how to cough (into your elbow) to reduce the risk of spreading germs
- frequent reminders to not share drinks, etc.
Please help us by keeping sick students home until they are free of fever for 24 hours. We appreciate your support.
FYI: There is a change in the cafeteria menu. Next Wednesday, December 20th, the cafeteria will be serving PIZZA, not hamburgers.