Your Whitehouse Jr. High cheerleaders competed in the Tyler 2nd annual "I Love Cheer" triple-elimination cheer tournament against 8 other teams Saturday and won! They were undefeated throughout they entire tournament!
In round one the girls competed their chant and scored a 94 out of 100!
In round two the girls competed their cheer and scored a 95 out of 100!
In round three the girls competed their routine and scored a 96 out of 100!
In the first round of finals the girls competed their chant, cheer, and routine back to back and scored a 97 out of 100!
In the final round of the day the girls again competed their chant, cheer, and routine back to back for a final score of 96 that earned them an undefeated record and first place!
"It was an exciting day for the WJHS cheer program! Winning first was amazing and seeing the late night practices, Christmas break practices, and early morning practices all be worth it was an amazing feeling! However, the one thing that stood out most was the character of each girl on the squad. Throughout the entire tournament the girls cheered on every other squad, wished every team good luck and said, 'good job' after each performance. To top it off they were gracious and humble with their win. These are some awesome student athletes we have!" - Coach Alisa Everett
Whitehouse ISD is hosting a job fair for all positions Thursday, March 22, 2018.
The job fair will take place at Whitehouse High School from 5:00pm-7:00pm.
We look forward to meeting you!
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.
Students who are entering the 5th grade in August 2018 and have been affected by the WISD elementary school rezoning process are eligible to remain on their current campus. Siblings under 5th grade level will not be eligible for this transfer. Parents will need to make the request using this Transfer Request Form. Transportation will not be provided for these students. These requests need to be made by May 1, 2018. After May 1, 2018 all students will be expected to attend the elementary school in their residential zone.
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There will be no school for students Friday, February, 16, 2018 because of Staff Development and Monday, February 19th, 2018 because of the holiday.
Enjoy your four-day weekend.
This week, February 5 - 9, is School Counselor Appreciation week! Our counselors are unsung heroes on our campuses and in our Special Programs Department. The time and investment of love and emotional support our counselors provide students on a daily basis is to be celebrated. We salute the counselors of Whitehouse ISD this week and every week throughout the school year. You are appreciated and valued. If you see a counselor, give them a high five on a job well done!
Julie Smith - Special Education Counselor
Lori Adams - Stanton-Smith Elementary
Carol Allen - Brown Elementary
Morgan Broyles - Cain Elementary
Deborah Craigen - Jr. High
Francisca delaCruz - High School
Sarah Dillingham - Jr. High
Cassie Evans - High School
Joanie Granado - High School
Theresa Gray - High School
Jinny Harris - Holloway 6th Grade
Kandace Tamez - Higgins Elementary
We love our counselors!
Parents and 8th grade students: This event is for you!
The high school is hosting a meeting for incoming freshman and their parents to meet with Counselors, clubs, and other organizations.
We invite you to the Grand Opening of the Whitehouse ISD Athletic Complex Tuesday, February 13th.
Our Varsity Baseball, Softball and Tennis teams will be there to run the bases, hit some balls, and have fun with your future Wildcat!
There is no admission charge! Festivities begin at 4:30pm. At 5:30, we'll have opening remarks and play our National Anthem. From there, we invite you to stay and watch all three teams play that evening!