OIS is thrilled to announce a new opportunity in conjunction with Shutterfly and Tiny Prints. Shutterfly and Tiny Prints are leaders in personalized photo products, offering a wide range of photo books, gifts, home décor collections, premium stationery and unlimited FREE photo storage. For each purchase you make from either one of these brands, 8% will be donated to our organization. Click on the headline to be taken to the Oakcrest Storefront, then shop as usual.
OIS is hosting our 4th Annual Career Exploration Day at OIS on Thursday, February 14, 2019. If you would like to volunteer to share your career with groups of students, please click on the headline to complete the form. You will host three 30 minute sessions in the afternoon beginning around 1:00 and ending around 2:40. This is a great connection to our community and the students enjoy hearing the presentations. All information is due by January 25, 2019. We look forward to seeing you!
Looking for a great Christmas idea? Hint: The OIS Yearbook makes a terrific gift! It's full of memories that your child will treasure for years to come! The Balfour online site is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week for your shopping convenience! This is your opportunity to order your copy of the OIS 2018-2019 Yearbook! We only reserved 400 copies and we have sold over half! Don't miss out! We will be selling this online only and the price is $25. Click on the headline to be linked directly to our order page.
Reminder! Students should be fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication before returning to school. Please remind your children to practice good hand hygiene and keep them home if they are sick. We will be encouraging hand washing at school.
Superintendent’s Shining Stars is an educator recognition program designed to celebrate campus educators who approach teaching and learning creatively. The winners of the Superintendent's Shining Stars have been announced!
Oakcrest Intermediate School's Allison Bearden was named a PAEMST Award Finalist, announced by the Texas Education Agency.
Tomball ISD students were, for the second straight year, exposed to learning and critical thinking sessions incorporating STEAM exercises.