Senior Walk Onalaska Elementary/Intermediate Students in grades Pre-K through 6th were grade were excited to participate in the first Senior Walk at OISD. Students lined the hallways with handmade signs. The 2016 Seniors made their way down each hallway to chants and cheers. After their walk through the halls the seniors were seated in the OES Library to . . .
PRIVATE NON-PROFIT SCHOOLS IN ONALASKA ISD Your Private Non-Profit School may be eligible to receive educational services from certain Federal Programs, such as the Title I Programs under No Child Left Behind. * In order to be a Private Non-Profit, the school must have a Tax ID Number with the IRS. Please contact . . .
Students in Mrs. Farrar's classroom enjoying a book that they created from start to finish!
Congratulations to the Land Judging Team who came in 19th place out of 92 competetors! For more photos and to follow the students please visit their Facebook page HERE . . .
ONALASKA KITTY READING PROGRAM We invite you to bring your little ones. Ages 1-4 TIME 8:00am-9:30am WHERE Onalaska ISD PDC Across from Primary School Gym WHEN January 25th February 8 and 22nd March 28 April 11th and 25th May 9th and 23rd We ask that you stay with your child during this time. It is an excellent . . .
Christopher J. Zoeller I practically grew up in Onalaska, TX where I attended school since 2 nd grade. Throughout High School, I was heavily involved in athletics, Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, and Future Farmers of America. I had the privilege to sit in a classroom and be taught by some of the best teachers there was. Mr. Carlton, Mr. Randolph, Mr. Graham, Mrs. Smith, CSM(R) Esler, and too many more to . . .
Back Row: Abby Goode, David Shaver, Ben Gimore, Thomas Dunning and Kaitlyn Parrish Middle Row: Samantha Flanigan, Kaedan Wimberly and Katelyn Watters Fir st Row: Mark Roman, Audrie Rodriguez and Adalyn Curtis Back Row: Caiden Barrett, Kenneth Turner, Jordan McKeone and A'lisa . . .
On Friday, February 26, 2016 our band and choir participated in instrument, vocal, and ensembles solo competition. Ms. Randolph brought 25 students to the competition and they had a great competition. In addition to being polite, respectful, and a great example for our school, they also competed very well. Twenty-three students received the highest score of 1 and the metal that goes with that award. . . .