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COMMUNITY HELPER DAY AT HIGGINS ELEMENTARY
Deputies from the Smith County Sheriff's Department, led by Jeremy Black, came to Higgins Elementary for Community Helper Day. They talked to students about what Sheriffs do on a daily basis and how students can stay safe. They also let the students inspect their trucks and police cars. The Whitehouse Fire Department also came by to talk about how they help the community and how students can stay safe if a fire is near. They showed the students all of the fire truck equipment as well. Then the ETMC helicopter flew in at 1pm. Once they were safely on the ground, students were able to crawl through the helicopter and the flight crew answered questions about the helicopter and how they help the community. Students had a blast meeting all of the Community Helpers, learning about their jobs and equipment, and of course watching the helicopter land! Thanks so much to the Smith County Sheriff’s Department, Whitehouse Fire Department, and ETMC flight crew!
HIGGINS LOVES RHETT!
The staff at Higgins Elementary purchased "Higgins Loves Rhett" T-shirts to show their love and support for Rhett Reuland . He is a 4th grade student at Higgins Elementary who recently underwent brain surgery. The teachers wore the T-shirts on his first day back at school.
WISD CULINARY ARTS RECEIVES GRANT
Whitehouse ISD Culinary Arts department was one of 16 schools to receive a $1,000 grant from the East Texas Restaurant Association.
For additional information, please contact:
Adriana Moon, Communications/Public Relations Specialist
Utility Usage Fiscal Year 2010-2011
Whitehouse ISD Utility Usage and Cost for Fiscal Year Ending 8/31/2011
Utility Usage 2010-2011
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS RECEIVE FCCLA SCHOLARSHIPS
Cinthia Magana has been accepted to Providence for Culinary Arts. She has been awarded a FCCLA Scholarship for $4,000 per year and a Culinary Essentials Scholarship for $1,000 per year.
Meghan Tapley has been accepted to Providence as an undeclared major. She has been awarded a FCCLA scholarship for $3,500 per year, Presidential Academic Scholarship for $2,500 per year and a Culinary Essentials Scholarship for $1,000 per year.
Holly Lamkin has been accepted to Providence for International Business. Her FCCLA scholarship is $3,500 per year, Presidential Academic Scholarship $5,500 per year and Culinary Essentials is $1,000 per year.
Quitzia Flores has been accepted to Providence for Culinary Arts. She has an FCCLA scholarship for $3,500 and a Presidential Academic Scholarship for $1,500 per year.
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