This recognition would not be possible without the dedication of our teachers and support staff on campus. They not only display the 36 Life Principles espoused by GE and promote the Eight Expectations for Living, but they also incorporate the 17 GE Practices into daily instruction to cultivate a Culture of Respect and encourage Academic Excellence. To learn more about Great Expectations, you can visit their website at Great Expectations. I encourage you to read about the 17 GE Practices if you are not familiar with them. Those practices are what the model school assessment is based upon, and how administrators and GE coaches push teachers to excel using the framework of GE. On the website, you can also see a video that features Oakcrest Intermediate and Creekview Elementary in Tomball ISD, as well as other articles that mention OIS.
We all appreciate your support as we are privileged to serve your most precious possessions each day. Our greatest resource on campus are the students who challenge us to learn more, be innovative, and model exemplary character and educational practices. They keep us sharp, make us laugh, and bring us joy as we get to witness their breakthroughs and triumphs as they increase their knowledge and learn skills that will serve them well for many years.
Dr. Wright – Principal, Oakcrest Intermediate School