Whitehouse Independent School District

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WHITEHOUSE ISD EXPLAINS CHANGE IN THE LENGTH OF THE 2016-2017 SCHOOL DAY FOR STUDENTS

House Bill (HB) 2610 passed by the 84th Texas Legislature replaced the requirement for 180 days of instruction each school year to now require 75,600 minutes of instruction each school year. Due to the passage of HB 2610, WISD made the decision to move to a 176 student day calendar for 2016-2017. This allows the district to implement an additional day of staff development for teachers and staff.
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Students Film Sun Spot

Students and their teacher at Whitehouse High School recently shot video of a sunspot. These dark spots on the face of the Sun are caused when kinks form in the Sun's magnetic field, making the spot slightly cooler than the rest of the Sun's surface.
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Thank you TEACHERS!!

This message is a salute to every teacher in WISD! One cannot measure the impact of a teacher on her students. The lives molded day in and day out, the sacrifices made on behalf of one life are too numerous to calculate. You are the center of everything we do. The classroom teachers are truly the Rock Stars of Whitehouse ISD.
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Liz McLeod wins 2015-2016 Colonial Heritage Essay Contest

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Richard Borden Chapter President Tommie Mouser; Whitehouse Junior High School Eighth Grade History Teacher Ms. Julie Furlow; Scholarship Recipient Liz McLeod; Colonial Dames XVII Century National Chairman Awards Gifts and Special Activities, Past Chapter President and Essay Contest Chairman Anna Marie Lee; and Whitehouse Junior High School Principal Joshua Garred.
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