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Congratulations to Tomball ISD's 2017 Principals of the Year & Teachers of the Year

Congratulations to the OIS A+ Teachers of the Year - Mrs. Jureczki and Miss Broughton

OIS Spelling Bee Winners

Red Ribbon Week

Art Class

6th Grade DEAL Program

OIS Bilingual Spelling Bee Winners

Campus Spotlight

Oakcrest Intermediate is a Great Expectations MODEL school!  An integral part of the culture of our campus is the Great Expectations model that promotes a Culture of Respect and Academic Excellence.  This program pairs well with the Oakcrest Motto: “Cultivating Character … Elevating Education.”  Teachers and students strive to practice the 8 Expectations for Living daily and learn to integrate the 36 Life Principles of the Great Expectations program.  GE also endorses 17 Teaching practices that promote critical thinking, speaking in complete sentences, display and celebration of student work, mutual respect, relevant connections between the curriculum and real life, enriched vocabulary, and other positive elements to advance student achievement through continuous instructional improvement. 

Many parents have visited OIS when their child’s homeroom class was leading our daily student-led assembly, "Call to Excellence" (7:45 am daily).  Each week a different Life Principle is defined, with the class creating a Showcase on Friday that further highlights the Life Principle of the week in real-life terms and actions.  We encourage parents to come visit any day, but especially on Fridays when their child’s homeroom class is presenting the Showcase.  We also incorporate the 8 Expectations for Living into the CTE daily and have asked students to write about which Expectations mean the most to them now and for their future.

The impact of this program on campus has been profound, as evidenced by the positive attitudes of students and staff, as well as the extremely low number of student disciplinary incidences.  The Oakcrest Intermediate staff was able to open the building in August 2015  and pilot GE for Tomball ISD at the intermediate level.  OIS earned a GE Progressive status for 2015-16, a rating that less than 5% of first year GE schools achieve!  During the 2016-17 school year, OIS earned a MODEL school distinction in only our second year as a campus.  The MODEL school rating (the highest given to GE schools) means that 90% of the staff is implementing 100% of the 17 classroom practices daily. 
“Great Expectations has been the most rewarding and transformational program I have experienced in my 20-year career.  However, it is so much more than just a “program” as the 8 Expectations for Living and GE Life Principles impact our stakeholders while on campus and extend beyond the walls of our building.  The effects of our progress will quite literally be felt for generations.  The profound influence of GE on our staff, students and parents is immeasurable and extraordinary.”  Dr. Lee Wright, Principal - OIS
If you want to learn more about GE, please schedule a visit to OIS, come to the daily Call to Excellence, or read about GE at  www.greatexpectations.org.  Thank you for your continued support of OIS and the GE program on campus.

In The News

OIS Wild West Book Fair

The Wild West Book Fair is coming to OIS beginning Monday, September 25 - Friday, September 29. Saddle up and read! Click on headline for links to more details and volunteer opportunities.

OIS 6th Grade Parent Orientation - NEW DATE

Parent Orientation for our 6th graders will be on Tuesday, September 26. Doors will open at 5:45 pm. We will have a short orientation in the Cafeteria with campus administrators and then you will be able to follow your child's schedule.

OIS Big Kahuna Fall Fundraiser Kickoff

Our Big Kahuna fall fundraiser kickoffed on Wednesday, September 20! The Holiday Classics catalog has so many great products for sale such as kitchen items, nuts, candy, cookie dough, and wrapping paper. Online catalog has over 500 items available. There is something for everyone! Thank you for supporting Oakcrest Intermediate School.

OIS Blue Shirt Day - Bullying Prevention

Monday, October 2, 2017, is "Blue Shirt Day" in support of the World Day of Bullying Prevention. OIS Wildcats are encouraged to wear a blue shirt to promote Anti-Bullying awareness and encourage acts of kinds. Please click on headline for more information and conversation starters with your favorite Wildcats.

Principal Partners Application

Parents, business, and civic leaders are invited to serve as a Principal Partner in Tomball ISD on Tuesday, Oct. 24. This program allows community leaders to partner with a Tomball ISD principal. If you are interested in serving as a Principal Partner, please click on the image to the left to complete an application. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, Oct. 11.

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OIS Book Fair
Date: 9/25/2017, 8:30 AM 3 PM
Location: Library
OIS Book Fair
Date: 9/26/2017, 8:30 AM 3 PM
Location: Library
6th Grade Parent Orientation Night
Date: 9/26/2017, 6 PM 8 PM
OIS Book Fair
Date: 9/27/2017, 8:30 AM 3 PM
Location: Library
OIS Book Fair
Date: 9/28/2017, 8:30 AM 3 PM
Location: Library