Please mark your calendar and plan to join us as we take a closer look at some technology for our students with dyslexia. You may bring your own device if you’d like; we will provide a few Chrome books. The Snap and Read extension will have to be added to your device. We will also be looking at Learning Ally. Having your child’s school email address and password as well as their Learning Ally account information will be very helpful.
Be a positive voice for your child.
Know how to advocate for your child.
-Whitehouse ISD Dyslexia Team
Thursday, February 6, 2020
Stanton-Smith Elementary Cafeteria
6pm - 7pm
Whitehouse FFA will be hosting a 5K Dog Fun Run at 9am on Saturday, February 15th. The race will begin at the WHS Ag Building. Early Bird Registration Deadline is January 31 - $25. Late registration is $35 and t-shirt is not guaranteed.
1-mile mini-course option for older dogs.
Don't have a "best friend" to run with? Nicholas Pet Haven will have pets available for adoption.
Make sure your dog is on a leash and shot record is current. Dr. Foster will be at the Whitehouse Fire Department that morning for a community vaccination clinic.
WHS FFA will have tables along course with water for you and your pet. FFA members will be promoting agriculture and dispelling myths along the course.
All proceeds go towards WHS FFA Alumni & Friends Scholarship Fund.
Poster has QR Code for the registration link to sign-up.
Auction will be held February 1, 2020.
WISD officials are closely monitoring the weather forecast for Friday, January 10th and will communicate any events that may be rescheduled or adjusted.
You are encouraged to pay close attention to the weather forecast and take any necessary precautions.
Please continue to watch the district website and social media sites for updates.
All WISD campuses will be closed on Monday, January 20, 2020 in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
A public hearing to review the district’s Texas Academic Performance Report
(TAPR) will be held at the regular monthly meeting of the Whitehouse ISD Board
of Trustees. The meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 16,
2020, at the Whitehouse ISD Education Support Center. The TAPR report is
comprised of a Student Performance Section and a District Profile Section that
provides descriptive information concerning students, staff, and finance
programs. A copy of the District & Campus TAPR reports will be available
beginning January 17th at the Central Administration Office, located at 104 Hwy
110 North and on our website, www.whitehouseisd.org.
The task of educating nearly 5,000 students in Whitehouse ISD can seem overwhelming. The idea that our students rely on us in partnership with parents and the community to provide what they will need to succeed in their ever-unfolding future can feel insurmountable. But when we were children, the adults in our world provided for us, and now it is our turn to provide for today's students.
While educating children may not be rocket science, it is a complex, demanding responsibility: ensuring that schools are available, qualified teachers are in place, buildings are safe, and resources are provided. It’s a responsibility that locally elected board members generously accept. They commit to read reports, learn the laws, understand the community’s needs, set thoughtful goals, and wisely handle the district’s financial resources.
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