UPDATED INFORMATION ABOUT LUNCHES DURING CLOSURE
School Closure Meal Information (Updated March 19 th )
White Oak ISD will continue to provide meals for students during the Covid-19
(coronavirius) closure. Please see the information below.
Beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020:
WOISD will offer meals to ALL students in the district. Meals will be served in a
‘drive through’ format from 11am-12 pm daily. Guardians/students are asked to
drive through in front of the secondary (HS/MS) cafeteria on White Oak Road.
Meals will be hand delivered to each vehicle. All school aged children will receive
a meal. ** Beginning on Monday, March 23 rd , breakfast items will be placed in
the lunch sacks for the kids to have the following morning.
For those guardians/students that are not able to ‘pick-up’ we will home deliver
meals beginning at 12-noon each day. Please call the following number (903-291-
2090) or e-mail [email protected] no later than 10am on Wednesday
morning March 18th so that we can get an approximate number of meals needed.
Please make sure to include an address and any pertinent information.
School meals will be offered to students on the following dates during the current
Friday, March 20 th
Monday, March 23 rd
Tuesday, March 24 th
Wednesday, March 25 th
Thursday, March 26 th
Friday, March 27 th
Monday, March 30 th
Tuesday, March 31 st
Wednesday, April 1 st
Thursday April 2 nd
Friday, April 3 rd
This information will be updated as needed. Thank you for your continued support
of White Oak ISD. Go Roughnecks!
NEW MESSAGE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT ABOUT SCHOOL CLOSURE
White Oak ISD Community,
Due to the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, today Governor Greg Abbott
announced that all schools in Texas will be closed until midnight on April 3 rd , with
a tentative reopen date of Monday, April 6 th . Therefore, White Oak ISD will
remain closed until that time.
Please note that this is a very fluid situation, and this could be extended depending
upon recommendations the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS),
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and so-forth.
White Oak ISD will continue the distance learning plan developed by campus
administration to try and have a continued educational process. Please check
campus webpages, Facebook, blogs etc., for any updated information.
Please know that we are looking at every possible ramification that these decisions
will have on our students moving forward. We will keep their needs and interests
in the forefront of that decision-making process.
We apologize for the inconvenience that this may cause and the disruption of
routine, but the health and well being of all Roughnecks will always be our guiding
Please continue to check the White Oak ISD website, Facebook pages, blogs and
other local news outlets for updates.
Brian Gray-Superintendent of Schools
White Oak ISD
The Home of ROUGHNECK Pride
WOISD welcomes Brian Gray as Superintendent
Brian Gray is the new Superintendent of White Oak ISD. The school board unanimously approved hiring Mr. Gray with a 7-0 vote at Thursday evening’s special called meeting. Mr. Gray is expected to begin his Superintendent duties on March 2, 2020. Read more here.
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Attendance Office OR Student Pick-up
Contact Courtney Craig, Attendance Clerk, by calling (903) 291-2038.
All Transcript and Education Verification Requests
Contact the Registrar’s Office by calling (903) 291-2022 or completing the request online.
Congratulations to these students who were chosen as 2020-2021 Cheerleaders and Mascot:
Bree Able, Lexi Baker, Kynee Bright, Addison Clinkscales, Marley Cooper, Hannah Donally, Kylie Duggar, Madison Hoagland, Karson Lott, Jessica Lowery, Mallory McKinney, Trinity Noll, Aubrey Saccoccio, Macy Weeks, Addie Young, Mascot Reese Saccoccio
Mrs. Donna Jennings
Assistant Principal –
Mr. Marcus Camp
Mrs. Monica Pearce
10h & 12th Grades
Mrs. Debby Deck
9th & 11th Grades
Athletic Director –
Mr. Kris Iske
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Watch the video below to find out why.