Below is a list of Important Dates for the month of February. Parents, please make a note of these for future reference during the upcoming weeks. Also, please note that the calendar that appears on the homepage of our blog can always be printed out for your refrigerator.
- Feb. 6th – Progress Reports will be sent home.
- Feb. 14th – Parent-sponsored Valentine Parties. Intermediate Students (3rd, 4th, and 5th) WILL NOT HAVE Easter parties this year due to the state scheduling of STAAR dates that week. NO Parents will be allowed on the Intermediate Campus during state testing.
- Feb. 17th – No School – President’s Day
- Feb. 24th – 4th/5th Benchmarks
- Feb. 25th – 5th Benchmarks
- Feb. 26th – Student Early Release at 11:30 – Teacher Professional Development
January 30, 2020
This afternoon we experienced some electrical issues at White Oak Primary and Intermediate campuses. Currently SWEPCO is on site and working through the issues.
At this time we are expecting to have power restored and a regular school day tomorrow, Friday, January 31st.
If the issue is not resolved we will notify you by 6:00 a.m. in the morning.
Please check the campus Facebook pages, campus blogs and teacher blogs for notification and updates.
This would affect the primary and intermediate campuses only.
White Oak ISD
January 9th ~ Math Benchmark (you may bring water, mints, & ONE *healthy snack–no messy fingers!) Report cards come home (sign and return); graded paper envelopes come home (keep papers, sign envelope and return)
*Ideas for healthy snacks: popcorn, goldfish, cheez-its, chex mix, granola bars, belvita breakfast biscuits, graham crackers, grapes, banana, raisins, baby carrots, etc.
January 10th ~ Reading Benchmark (you may bring water, mints, & ONE healthy snack—-no messy fingers!) NO LUNCH VISITORS TODAY!
January 16th ~ Fourth grade awards (more information to come)
January 20th ~ School Holiday
January 23rd ~ Writing Benchmark (you may bring water, mints, & ONE healthy snack—-no messy fingers!)
January 29th ~ Early Release (PLC Day for teachers)
January 30th ~ Math Night (more information to come)
Monday, December 16th ~ Wear a Christmas Hat
Tuesday, December 17th ~ Wear Christmas PJs
Wednesday, December 18th ~ Wear Christmas Socks
Thursday, December 19th ~ Wear Christmas Shirt or Colors
Friday, December 20th ~ Christmas Party!!
9:00-10:00 am~ Parents can sign out student after party!
Early Release 12:15
Intermediate Awards Assemblies
1st Nine Weeks
From: Jennifer Rock, Principal
Date: October 22, 2019
Our campus will start a new tradition of recognizing student achievement at the end of each grading period. Students will be recognized with their achievements and have the opportunity to earn “brag tags.” We welcome parents/guardians to attend these special events. Please feel free to come into the gym beginning at 7:30 and have a seat in the stands. After the other two grade levels are dismissed, we will begin announcing the awards.
Our schedule for this grading period is as follows:
October 25th – 3rd grade
October 28th – 4th grade
October 29th – 5th grade
To: All parents and guardians
From: Jennifer Rock and Claire Koonce
Re: New lunch visitor procedures
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Our procedure has always been to allow parents and guardians to eat lunch with their children any time they choose to do so. We have tried to manage this way of working with limited space in the cafeteria and surrounding area. We have to keep the safety of our students and personnel as our top priority. Therefore, we are implementing some specific procedures beginning immediately.
Parents and guardians will certainly still be allowed to eat lunch with their children, but we are putting the following schedule in place:
ALL PARENTS WILL BE ALLOWED TO EAT LUNCH WITH STUDENTS ON FRIDAYS ONLY.
Visitors will still not be allowed on early release days. If you choose to bring lunch for your child, you will be allowed to place the lunch on a cart inside the main hallway. Lunches will need to be marked with your child’s name. Personnel will check the carts prior to the start of lunch. We will not call into classrooms to notify students.
We apologize for any inconvenience this change may cause. Please know that we have given this great consideration, consulted with district leadership, and believe this change is in the best interest of our students, staff members, and the working environment of our campus. Thank you for your support and consideration.
Parents, students and teachers, on Thursday, October 17 from 6 pm to 7 pm in the elementary cafeteria, Dr. Marialice B.F.X. Curran will inspire and challenge us to become mentors and not just monitors of our children’s online behavior. Dr. Curran is an internationally known author and speaker on digital citizenship and is the founder and executive director of The Digital Citizenship Institute. Dr. Curran believes in a community approach towards digital citizenship. Please join us for this important event.