The Intermediate campus will have a modified “in-person” end-of-the-year awards assembly for 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade students on the following dates:
Monday, May 17th – 3rd grade
Tuesday, May 18th – 4th grade
Wednesday, May 19th – 5th grade
After students are in their assigned area, the front doors will open at approximately 8:15. Please limit guests to 1-2 people per household.
Only students that have grade-level awards on their assigned day can be checked out afterward through the homeroom teacher. If there are siblings in another grade level, they will need to stay as the office will not be checking out any other students.
White Oak ISD Updated Covid-19 Mitigation/Protocols: May 10, 2021
On May 10, 2021 the White Oak Board of Trustees voted unanimously to make the wearing of masks optional for students and staff on the campuses of White Oak ISD. This Covid-19 Mitigation/Protocol change will go into effect immediately for all afterschool activities and on the morning of Wednesday, May 12 for students and staff during the school day.
White Oak ISD will remain vigilant in regard to Covid-19 and continue to sanitize, social distance when feasible, and utilize other strategies as we close out the school year.
White Oak ISD will also allow visitors for ‘specific events’ on campus and ask that those in attendance follow any specific guidance requested by administration at the campus level.
It is our goal to close out the school year in a fashion that allows some ‘normalcy’ for our students, staff and parents. We appreciate your continued support of White Oak ISD!
Even as this year is winding down, we have already begun planning for next year. I have created a Donor’s Choose project requesting some lap desks, decorations, and supplies for my classroom next year. All projects will be matched 50% next Tuesday, May 4. Please consider donating to my project–it will be GREATLY appreciated! 😃
Mrs. Odom has written a grant on Donor’s Choose asking for some literature books that can be used in both of our classes for character education discussions. She is only $89 from being fully funded! Please consider donating to this worthy project–it’s tax-deductible! Just click on the picture below!
This past Thursday, the students in Mrs. Hunter’s math classes combined with students in Mrs. Odom’s math classes to complete a STEM activity: creating Easter egg catapults. Each pair or group was given rubber bands, craft sticks, a plastic spoon, an Easter egg, and about 30 minutes to create their catapults. Both teachers were amazed at the amount of engineering that took place during that short amount of time–and the kids had lots of fun too!