Whitehouse Independent School District

News and Announcements

New opportunities for students taking First Ladies Pre-Drill class

Have you ever wanted to be apart of the First Ladies Drill Team?

If so, Pre-Drill is the prerequisite class to take to tryout. Starting this next school year, if you are enrolled in this class you will be apart of the Whitehouse High School Pom Squad.

This class will still consist of drill technique, flexibilty and preparation for tryouts, but it will also offer more performance opportunities. The Pom Squad will be performing at a pep rally, basketball game and Spring Spectacular. There will also be performance attire that will have to be purchased in order to perform. You MUST fill out an application and sign an agreement form in order to be in the class.

These are due to Mrs. Norman by this Thursday, May 24th. Please see Mrs. Norman, if you would like to sign up or if you have any questions.

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16 years of SWEEPSTAKES for WISD Choirs

Congratulations to the Whitehouse High School and Junior High Choirs!

On April 4th and April 18th, the WHS and WJHS Choirs participated in the UIL Choir Concert and Sight Reading Contests.

All Whitehouse Choirs received straight Division 1 ratings from all their judges (Sweepstakes). This marks 16-consecutive years of Sweepstakes wins for the WISD Choir program! Great job!

The UIL Choir contests were held at the Carthage High School Performing Arts Center.

The WJHS Choirs will compete in a Choice Music Festival on May 18th during their two-day spring trip to Dallas, TX.

The Whitehouse Choirs are under the direction of Amy McMichael and Joy Brooks! Congratulations Directors and your teams!
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WHS Student Council named TASC Parliamentarian School

Congratulations Whitehouse STUCO for being named the TASC State Parliamentarian School and members of the TASC Board for 2018-2019.

On April 14th - 16th, the WHS Student Council attended the 82nd Annual State Conference in Arlington, TX.

STUCO ran on the platform related to the need to help fund adoption by using organizations like Adopt Together based out of California. They were afforded the opportunity to have a FaceTime conversation with the Adopt Together CEO at the conclusion of the conference. He was very excited to see our council take the initiative to help families fund adoptions.

WHS STUCO ran against Kempner High School for this position and prevailed. STUCO sponsor Randi Shaw says, “Whitehouse STUCO and Kempner STUCO maintain a friendly relationship and we wish them the best and hope to work with them this coming year.”

WHS STUCO Student Rep. Jarret Carnes and Advisor, Randi Shaw will represent Texas at the NASC in Minnesota during the summer (June).
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RESOLVED: Downed cable line blocking traffic

Junior High Parents:

Recently, a downed cable line was blocking traffic and causing a road closure at Wildcat Drive off of FM 346.

This problem has been resolved.
Please feel free to take your usual route for pick-up/drop-off.
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