- Sebastian Acevedo
- Antonio Ruiz
- James Nwisu
- Maddex White
- Noah Barragan
- Skylar Hedge
- Avyna Perez
- Kelis Donez
- Adrian Solorio
- Danni Dill
- Aubrey Green
- Cyrus Flores
- Alyssa Edmiaston
- Gracelyn Amaya
- Jose Valenzuela
- Marlynne Gonzalez
- Jenifer Sanchez
- Sofia Merrick
- Carlos Duenez
- Gabriel Garcia
- D’aviyann McBeth
- Elizabeth Castleberry
- Alejandro Lee
- Alycia Magadan
Winter Program – December 9, 10 and 11 – 6:00 pm – Cafeteria
School Site Council Meeting – December 17th – 3:30 pm
Students released Thursday, December 18th for Winter Break
- TK – 6th Gr. – 12:15 pm
- 7th Gr. – 10:45 pm
Winter Break – December 19 – January 4 – Students return Monday, January 5th
PBIS Club —This is a group of seventh graders who meet once a week to work on ways to teach our school how to follow our school wide expectations. This is done through skits, posters and videos.
PAL Tutoring —Students from the high school come on Tuesday and Thursday each week from 3:30-4:30 to help students with homework.
EL Tutoring —This is a journalism class for our EL students to help them improve in reading, writing and speaking. They do research, conduct interviews and will eventually create a newsletter.
Walking Club —This group meets Wednesday mornings at 8am to walk around field for exercise and incentives.
Important Dates at Margaret White—
Picture retakes —Tuesday, Nov 4th
Fall Festival —Wednesday, Nov 5th from 4-6
Veteran’s Day —Tuesday, Nov 11th – No School
McStaff Night —Wednesday, Nov 12th 5-7pm— Come to McDonalds for dinner to help raise money for Margaret White.
Walk to School Day — Wednesday, Nov 19th
Thanksgiving Break —Wednesday, November 26th – Friday, November 28th.
February 13th Margaret White will be holding it’s annual Jump Rope for Heart event.
Jump Rope For Heart and Hoops For Heart are national education and fundraising events sponsored by the American Heart Association and the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD).
These events engage elementary and middle school students with jumping rope or playing basketball while empowering them to improve their own health and help other kids with heart-health issues. And both programs are great ways to satisfy the physical education standards as determined by NASPE (National Association for Sport and Physical Education) and AAHE (American Association for Health Education).
- Jump Rope For Heart and Hoops For Heart Help Students Grow!
- Kids learn the value of community service and become empowered to contribute to their community’s welfare.
- Children join together in helping other kids with special hearts.
- Students learn how to develop heart-healthy habits while being physically active
- Participants learn jump rope and basketball skills they can use for the rest of their lives.
- Students help your school earn gift certificates for free P.E. equipment!
With your support, we can help protect and improve children’s health!
The school day for seventh grade will begin at 7:45am and dismiss at 2:05pm. Their minimum Wednesday schedule will be from 7:45am to 1:15pm.
The lower grades will remain on the same schedule as previous years 8:30am-3:20pm with minimum Wednesdays being from 8:30am-12:15pm.