Roughneck Radio....classic hits and all things White Oak! Listen here, or get the TuneIn Radio app on Apple and Google Play. Then, search for WOHS-Roughneck Radio!"
2017-18 marks the beginning of WOHS video announcements. These will automatically be added to the playlist to the right. Check them out each day to see what’s happening at White Oak High School!
Due to hosting the District UIL Academic Meet, there will be no classes at White Oak High School on March 22. High School students not participating in Academic UIL are dismissed for the day. This ONLY applies to the High School Campus. All other campuses will have a regular school day. If you have questions, you may contact the high school.
Spring Break…March 10 – 18, 2018! And don’t forget, March 19 is a Teacher Workday/ Student Holiday! Enjoy your time off and stay safe!
Active Shooter Response Training
The Board of Trustees at White Oak ISD invites the community of White Oak to Active Shooter Response Training. The event will take place in the CC Simmons Auditorium on Sunday, March 11, 2018. The event will begin at 2:30 pm and end by 4:30 pm including a Q&A time at the end of the presentation.
The trainer will be Mark Seguin, TBG Solutions Inc. Tyler Texas. He recently provided training to all employees at White Oak ISD and we feel his message and insight will be beneficial to everyone in White Oak.
There will be an updated report by the district on the security measures in place at WOISD and our commitment to providing a safe learning environment for our students, faculty and staff.
On behalf of the District, I hope to see you next Sunday.
White Oak Schools
New Traffic Information
Beginning Monday, December 18, 2017
There will be a new traffic pattern at and around the High School to accommodate a construction zone in the north student parking lot (in red). Please take the time to review the map included in the message and make note of the following:
There will be no through traffic in front of the high school and parking in that area will be for teachers only. (in yellow)
Areas available for student parking are outlined in orange. Those that park across the street from the auditorium will have a crossing guard to ensure safe passage to campuses. Large trucks need to park in the lot behind the Middle School Gym (where the band practices).
All High School student drop-off and pick-up will be in front of the Food Service building and traffic is designated as one way from south to north (in green). **(Traffic coming from the north on White Oak Road are encouraged to drop-off in the parking lot across the street and use the protected cross walk)
This traffic pattern will be in place until the end of August 2018. The district would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience during the process of upgrading our facilities.
Attendance Office OR Student Pick-up
Debbie Pickard Attendance Clerk Direct Line – (903) 291-2038
All Transcript and Education Verification Requests
Counselor’s Office by either calling (903) 291-2004 or (903) 291-2022
or fax request to (903) 291-2034
Parents and Students,
It is very important that all Chromebooks stay in the cases that were provided. We have had damages such as bent frames and broken screens, which will not occur as long as the Chromebook is used and carried in its proper case. They are not supposed to be carried in backpacks unprotected. The insurance that you paid will only cover the repair if the Chromebook was properly maintained, including remaining in the case at all times. It is extremely easy to tell if the Chromebook was damaged while not in its case, and students will be financially responsible if the computer was not treated properly. Please take care of this and protect the huge investment the district has made to enhance every student’s educational experience! Thank you.
Mrs. Donna Jennings
Assistant Principal –
Mr. Matt Folmar
Mrs. Monica Pearce
10th & 12th
Mrs. Debby Deck
9th & 11th
Athletic Director –
Mr. Kris Iske
Mom and Dad already have your car packed and helping you out the door for college? Make sure you are ready to go! Stop by the counselor’s blog to find all of the resources you need to get your college plans in order.
Every Senior needs to fill out FAFSA for college.
Watch the video below to find out why.
Congratulations to White Oak High School Student Council being recognized with the
2016 NASC National Gold Council of Excellence.