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WISD EDUCATION FOUNDATION SURPRISES TEACHERS WITH FIRST ANNUAL GRANT AWARDS

The Whitehouse ISD Education Foundation, accompanied by administrators, donors, and members of the Whitehouse Junior High School cheerleading team and drum line, surprised teachers across the district to award Foundation grants for innovative teaching projects. Approximately $22,000 in grant money was given to various teachers throughout the district.

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WHITEHOUSE ISD PRESS RELEASE

Whitehouse High School faculty member, Holly Mann, a male WHS junior, and a female WHS sophomore, are all continuing to recover in a Houston hospital after the three vehicle accident Saturday night.

The WHS junior, underwent one successful surgery Sunday and according to family members was set to undergo a second surgery today.

Mann also underwent successful surgery Sunday on her leg.

Sunday afternoon, Whitehouse ISD administrators visited the students, faculty member and the families of those who remain hospitalized in Houston. After visiting with those still hospitalized, Whitehouse ISD officials remain optimistic regarding their recoveries.

Several of the students that were involved in the accident have returned to school today.

Whitehouse ISD counselors and faculty have made themselves readily available on campus today to speak with students regarding Saturday’s accident.
 

WHITEHOUSE ISD PRESS RELEASE 4-13-2014 PM

 Two Whitehouse High School students and faculty member Holly Mann will remain in the hospital overnight as a result of the three car accident that took place Saturday night.

The accident occurred on Highway 59 in Wharton, Texas. Wharton Police Department officials confirmed that Whitehouse ISD students and faculty were traveling north on Highway 59 when another vehicle traveling south in the northbound lane struck the Whitehouse ISD vehicle.

Whitehouse ISD officials have spoken with Wharton County district attorney Ross Kurtz, who indicated the accident is being investigated as a criminal investigation jointly between the Wharton Police Department and the Texas Department of Public Safety. Kurtz told officials the driver of the suspect vehicle was given a blood alcohol test.

Kurtz indicated that the driver of the other vehicle had been convicted of two prior Driving While Intoxicated charges.

All other students involved in the accident have returned home.


 

WHITEHOUSE ISD PRESS RELEASE 4-13-2014 AM

Two Whitehouse Independent School District vehicles that were transporting Whitehouse High school students were involved in a vehicle accident late Saturday night in Wharton Texas.

Several students and one teacher were transported to a Wharton hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries and have all since been treated and released. Two students and one faculty member were taken by care-flight to a Houston hospital and remain hospitalized as of Sunday morning.

All parents of students involved in the accident are aware of the situation.

The vehicles were traveling from Corpus Christi where they had attended a Career and Technical Education Contest.

 

HOLLOWAY STUDENT PARTICIPATES IN THE CHEROKEE COUNTY JR. LIVE-STOCK SHOW


Emmy Walley is an 11 year old student at Holloway 6th Grade School who is part of the Lookout 4-H Chapter. On March 27th and 28th, she participated in the Cherokee County Jr. Livestock Show held in Jacksonville, Texas. She showed her dairy heifer in the 6 to 12 month class. Her heifer was awarded a blue ribbon for placing 3rd out of 7 at the show. Emmy was also awarded a silver belt buckle for champion showmanship. Emmy’s 4-H chapter also won the Heardmanship and Queen Contest as well as 4-H Chapter of the year.
 

WILDCATS AND COATS FOR KIDS 2011


Whitehouse Jr. High School and the Wildcat Student Council partcipated in the 2011 Coats for Kids Drive during the month of October. For the 10th year in a row, WJHS won the Coats for Kids contest for East Texas. WJHS students collected a total of 732 coats for the drive this year. The winning class for 20ll was Ms. Penney’s 5th period Technology Applications class with a total of 96 coats. GO WILDCATS!
 

BROWN ELEMENTARY KEEPS PEOPLE WARM


 
Each year during October the “Coats for Kids” campaign kicks off in our community in an effort to provide people with much needed coats for the winter months. The Brown Elementary Student Council took up coats on our campus to be donated to P.A.T.H. Our students really came through! The Student Council collected a total of 111 coats this year from our “Small and Mighty” campus! Students were proud to contribute to our community and to know that they were able to help others. Way to go Brown Elementary!
 
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