Our students at White Oak Primary are busy learning! Many of our classrooms have new STEM kits. Students are learning new and creative ways to build and problem solve.
Next week, we will be off on Monday, February 20, to observe President’s Day. Students will also be released early (11:30) on February 22nd for staff development/collaboration.
Teachers will be scheduling needed parent conferences during the first two weeks of March.
Tomorrow, primary students will be release early (11:30) for staff development.
Excitement is all around us at White Oak Primary School. Our students are very excited about our “Holiday Happenings” and the upcoming break. I wish you all a very safe and Merry Christmas. Please see the information below:
Tuesday, Dec. 13 – Pajama Day … We will celebrate “The Polar Express.”
Wednesday, Dec. 14 – Pre-K Christmas parties
Thursday, Dec. 15 – Early dismissal at 11:30.
Please don’t plan to eat lunch at school,with your child, on early dismissal days.
Friday, Dec. 16 – Christmas parties – 9:00…Early dismissal at 11:30.
SEE YOU IN 2017!!
October 7, 2016
I would like to thank you all for the wonderful turn-out we had for “Parent Orientation.” Our students are learning many new things every day. As you walked down our hallways, I’m sure you saw evidence of their learning and hard work.
In October, of each year, we recognize “Red Ribbon Week.” Students are encouraged to dress according to the theme. The purpose of the week is to encourage a drug free lifestyle in a fun and non-threatening way.
The Red Ribbon Week theme days are: OCT. 24-28
Monday – “I Matter so I’m drug free!” – WEAR RED
Tuesday – “Be smart, don’t do drugs!” – DRESS AS A “NERD”
Wednesday – “Soar above the rest, be drug free.” – DRESS AS A SUPER- HERO
Thursday – “Use your head, don’t do drugs.” – CRAZY HAT DAY
Friday – “ Don’t snooze – stay alert and away from drugs.” – WEAR DRESS CODE APPROPRIATE PAJAMAS
Halloween falls the Monday after Red Ribbon Week, this year. Typically, our students are allowed to wear age appropriate costumes for Halloween. We are not going to wear costumes, this year! Unfortunately, events happening in the world around us have caused some of our students to be scared of costumes. Some are especially scared of clowns. Friday, of “Red Ribbon Week,” will be a fun PJ day. Halloween Monday will be a day filled with engaging fall activities. If you plan to eat with your student on Halloween, please do not wear a costume to school.
The “Fall Harvest” carnival sponsored by our band boosters will be held on October 29th. You will be receiving more information about the carnival soon. Thank you again for your support. Our littlest Roughnecks are doing great things!
Welcome to the 2015-2016 school year! I can’t wait to see all of our new and returning students on “Meet the Teacher Night” (August 18) at 4:00. This year, there will be a few changes on our campus. I hope you get a chance to meet our new Asst. Principal, Mr. Camp. He is a very positive and student centered educator/administrator and we are thrilled to have him join our team. Other new staff members are:
Monica Dyess – 2nd grade
Mellissa Stagner – returning but moving to kindergarten
Laci Tincher – Instructional Aide
Mrs. Kym VanBrocklin will now be teaching in our technology lab and serving as a math interventionist.
Returning student registration is tomorrow and Thursday. New student registration will be next week. Please keep in mind, you can do the majority of registration on-line.
This year we will continue to show our students and staff members ways in which ‘THEY MATTER.”
Have a great end to your summer!
Please make this information available on your blog post and announcements. There will be a new school messenger call going out tonight as well.
It is so exciting to see all of our new and returning students at registration. The 2014-2015 school-year will begin before long. The teachers and staff members have been working hard to get ready for a fantastic year. Have a safe and enjoyable remainder to your summer. We will see you on August 21 for “Meet the Teacher” night. Remember, it will be much easier to bring supplies that night. The campus offices are open now. If you have any questions, please call (903) 291-2160.
There are many exciting events happening at White Oak Primary School. This Friday, our White Oak Roughnecks will be playing in the semi-finals at Eagle Stadium in Allen at 7:30 pm. We will be dismissing school at 1:30. There will be a community wide send-off at 2:30 on White Oak Rd. If you are interested, The White Oak Exes. Assoc will be hosting 2 charter buses to travel to the event. To ride, you will pay $10 when you enter the bus and it is available for anyone over the age of 14. GO ROUGHNECKS!
Monday – Pajama day for grades PK,K, and 2. First grade will have “Grinch” day and encourage students to wear green.
Wednesday – At 9:00, Artsview will be presenting a Christmas program to our students in the auditorium
Thursday – Early dismiss at 11:00 – hopefully playing in the state final at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington at 5:00
Friday – Early dismiss at 11:00 – all Christmas parties at 9:00.
I wish you all a very safe, happy, and joy filled Christmas and New Year!
School resumes on January 6th!
The weather is changing and we have many fun events and activities happening at White Oak Primary School. It is “Fire Prevention Week” and our students are participating in activities to increase their safety knowledge about fire.
We are preparing for “Red Ribbon Week” which will be the last week of the month. Daily themed activities will be:
Monday, Oct. 28 – I BELIEVE in me (wear red)
Tuesday, Oct. 29 – Be SUPER! Don’t do drugs! (dress like your favorite hero)
Wed., Oct. 30 – Smart is the new cool! (dress “cool”)THIS IS ALSO AN EARLY DISMISSAL DAY – 11:30
Thursday, Oct. 31 – Doing drugs will haunt your life! (wear Halloween costumes) – must be dress code appropriate and no props or masks
Friday, Nov. 1 – Don’t let drugs drill your brain! (wear maroon and white)
Thank you all for your help and support during the “Coins for Cancer” campaign. Our school raised over $4,200.00 to help a colleague that is battling the disease.
The weather is getting cooler and students are starting to bring jackets or coats. PLEASE label your child’s jacket or coat. We have hundreds of very nice jackets, coats, hoodies, and windbreakers left in lost in found each year. Also, please encourage your child to make sure they bring their jacket home each afternoon. It is much easier to find them before leaving school in the afternoon.
Thank you for all you do to support our school and our students. Several of our Limeades for Learning projects have already been funded.
Below you will find alternate phone numbers that you may use until the phone system at White Oak ISD is repaired. Thank you. You may also contact teachers by email.