Whitehouse Independent School District

Cain Elementary News

Bus 172 involved in minor accident

Bus 172 was involved in a minor accident on Woodhaven on Monday, November 5th when the bus scraped a tractor. There were no injuries. Students are being transferred to another WISD bus.
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ESL Family Night Tuesday, November 6th


We're hosting an ESL Family Night!
We're inviting families whose children are in the ESL program to an informational meeting at the High School Library. Presentations will be offered in both English and Spanish!

Please contact ESL and Family Engagement Facilitator Anna Hodges for more information and to RSVP.
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K-6th grade students MUST have parent/guardian present to attend football games

Moving forward, students in grades K-6th will be required to have a parent/guardian with them to attend football games at Wildcat Stadium. Students are encouraged to stay in the stands and sit near those guardians unless they are making a trip to the restroom or purchasing items at the concession stand.
Also, students caught roughhousing or exhibiting other inappropriate behavior (i.e. throwing ice or cups) at the game could be removed not only for that game, but for the remainder of the season and possibly future years. Administrators at the elementary campuses and Holloway 6th grade campus have made students aware of these changes.
As always, the football team loves the support they receive from each student and family member and we want to invite you to cheer on your Wildcats!

Thank you for your cooperation.
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First Ladies hosting 'Ties and Tiaras' Father/Daughter dance

DADDY/ DAUGHTER "Ties & Tiaras" Dance TICKETS are AVAILABLE for purchase!!!

Please join the Whitehouse First Ladies on Saturday, November 10th from 6:30-8:30pm at Stanton Smith Elementary School for a night of dancing, refreshments and FUN!!

Tickets are $10 each and you have two ways to purchase for your convenience:

1) Visit 1st Class Design & Dancewear at 301 State Highway 110 North in Whitehouse, Texas cash only please or

2) CLICK our PayPal link below and purchase your tickets ONLINE. (Please add both the Hero and Princesses names in the optional notes section) when you complete your transaction!
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Whitehouse ISD Education Foundation awards more than $72,000 in grants

The Whitehouse ISD Education Foundation awarded $72,500 in grants to Whitehouse ISD on September 28th during Prize Party. Thirty grants were given across all campuses in the district including two district-wide grants and three grants that included multiple campuses. The grants ranged from audio books for blooming kindergarten readers to sensory activities for life skills students to maker-space items for all of the campuses.
We funded Sphero robots for math class, ukuleles for music class, and augmented reality systems for science class. The district staff really brought the innovation this year with their grant applications and the Foundation was honored to fund these amazing ideas.

On Friday, October 5th, the Whitehouse ISD Education Foundation will be honored during a pre-game ceremony for their dedication to supporting education and accelerating innovation for WISD students. Over the past 5 years, the Foundation has awarded more than $300,000 in grants to district employees. WISD Education Foundation President Meagan Schneider says, “We look forward to a long lasting partnership with the district and the community so that we can continue to enrich the quality of education for all students in the district.”
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Whitehouse ISD hosting 'Open House' for the public

Our community is truly AMAZING. We know several school districts probably feel that way, but the support you all have shown us through the bond election and construction process has been incredible.

We know you all have been anxiously awaiting to see the finished projects, so that being said, we're hosting an OPEN HOUSE!

Come see Brown Elementary, Whitehouse Junior High, and Whitehouse High School through the month of October. We'll have specific Sundays and times set aside for the public to do a walk through. We're excited to show you what you've been able to provide for our district! Thank you Whitehouse for standing behind our vision: Above all, students first!
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