October 22 – October 26
Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October.
Middle school students are encouraged to participate in the dress up, theme days, during Red Ribbon Week. As always, you must remain in dress code.
- Monday – Wear RED
- Tuesday – Outsmart Drugs – Dress like a Nerd
- Wednesday – Double up against Drugs – Twin Day
- Thursday – Team up against Drugs – Wear Team Jersey
- Friday – Keep Dreams Alive – Dress as your Future
White Oak Middle School is committed to teaching students how to be safe and responsible digital citizens! We have been recognized as a Common Sense School for 2018-2010.
Congratulations to the following students for making All-Region Choir!
David Watson, Tristian Blair, Matthew Warrens, Sasha Graves, Cassidy Hayes
Student Council is hosting a Canned Food Drive for the month of October. Items collected will be donated to a local food bank for distribution.
As you may know, our district has been working with TBG Solutions Inc. to ensure our students continue to be in a safe environment. It is our plan to keep a few of the canned goods in each classroom for security purposes and donate those to the food bank at the end of the school year.
The winning grade will choose their favorite teacher to be pied in the face at the last Pep Rally!
Thank you for your support!