Junior Senior High School
2019-2020 Bell Schedule
JH Lunch 11:05-11:35 HS HR 11:10-11:40 HS HR 11:10-11:40
JH HR 11:40-12:10 2nd Lunch 11:40-12:10 5th 11:45-12:30
JH 5th 12:15-1:00 5th 12:15-1:00 3rd Lunch 12:30-1:00
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1885 FM 3459
Onalaska, Texas 77360
(936)646-1020 Fax (936)646-1022
Registrar/Attendance: Wanda Ebert
Senior Painted Parking Spaces are here. Information and packets are available in the front office. Parking Application and Design are due to the office by August 28th. Senior Painting Day is August 31st from 8am - 3:30pm. The cost is $30 and includes the parking permit. Students are responsible for providing paint and all supplies.
A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRINCIPAL, ROBYN THORNTON
Onalaska Jr Sr High School students are ready to face any challenge placed in front of them! That is what they prove on a daily basis. Our students are willing to climb mountains and swim oceans to meet the goals they set! I am so proud of our students who worked to earn the district an "A" in the Texas A-F Accountability System. Our students raised their campus score tremendously and this year we are moving toward an "A" for our campus.
Although important, our focus is not only on the Texas A-F Accountability Ratings. We want people to know that we value hard work and perseverance. We want the community to know that we are willing to put in the work to make Onalaska ISD a district they can be proud of. Our teachers are working hard everyday to partner with parents and family and to help grow our students into responsible and mature young men and women. We know that they are the future of our community and we want to see them be successful.
We want our students to be well rounded. We want them to learn sports that they can be involved in their entire life to promote an active lifestyle. We want students to be avid readers in order to continue learning after graduation. We want them to be good communicators who can be self advocates. We want students to be historians, to have an understanding of the history of our world and country. We want students to develop self-discipline and respect, to be leaders in the JROTC and one day be leaders in our armed services. Students should have hands on experience in robotics, welding, animal science, computer technology, graphic design, health science, or whatever field interests them. We want students to have a love of music and theater.
As Onalaska educators, we want our students to live!
Welcome back Wildcats! This is where it all begins.