October 16, 2014 RSS feed / School News

WHITEHOUSE HIGH SCHOOL

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Troup Reader —

Troup High School library Reader of the Month for September is freshman, Olivia Plaza. Olivia was awarded a $10 gift card donated by the Dairy Queen in Troup. More...

WHS blood drive a success

The numbers are in for the recent blood drive sponsored by the Whitehouse High School National Honor Society. More...

CHEERLEADERS OF THE WEEK

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Wildcat Winners —

Whitehouse Junior High Wildcat Winners this week were Lindsey Murphy, Demi LeBlanc, Madalyn Sparks and Harley Depew. More...

Tickled pink —

Whitehouse students and the community really got in the pink when it came to purchasing Pink Out shirts through the WHS National Honor Society. More...

WHS horticulture all in bloom; fall sale slated for Oct. 20-24

The fall plant sale begins in the greenhouse of Whitehouse High School on Monday, Oct. 20 and runs through Oct. 24. The students have worked to get the fall bedding plants hearty and ready for planting. More...

TROUP HIGH SCHOOL

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WHITEHOUSE HIGH SCHOOL

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Whitehouse High School students named to six weeks A Honor Roll

The Whitehouse First Six Weeks All A Honor Roll is as follows: 9th Grade More...

WHS students named to six weeks A-B Honor Roll

The Whitehouse First Six Weeks A-B Honor Roll is as follows: 9th Grade More...

Troup Students of the Month —

Second and Third Grade Back Row - Jamarion Lydia, Katie Peterson, lexis Sansone, Hayden Ropp; Front Row- Julie Cole, Brendon Waggoner, Georgia Ray, Bailey Gibson. More...

Troup Pink —

In honor of their teacher, Karen Agnew, 203 Troup High School students “pinked out” on Friday. Agnew is a breast cancer survivor and long-time faculty member at Troup High School. More...

Pink parade —

The Whitehouse First Ladies and Whitehouse Independent School District students paraded in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month before last week’s football game with Ennis. More...