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  •           Pre-K Round UP      

    SPOTS AVAILABLE 

    Pre-K Registration for the 2018 - 2019 School Year

     Starting AUGUST 13, 2018

    Requirments

    Child must be 4 years old by September 1, 2018

    Must bring child’s proof of DOB

       Child’s official birth certificate, birth facts, or passport

     

    Niño/a debe tener los 4 años en o antes del 1 de Septiembre 2018

    Debe traer prueba de fecha de nacimiento

     certificado de nacimiento, o pasaporte

     

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Welcome to Whidby

  • Christina Lovette, Principal 

    Phone: 713-746-8170


    Dr. Lovette
     
    Thank you for your interest in Whidby Elementary and welcome to our website. Whether you are a member of our school community or exploring Whidby for the first time, we hope that you find our website informative, enjoyable, and easy to use. We also hope our website conveys the essence of the wonderful learning environment fostered by our dedicated teachers and talented students. Together they make Whidby the unique and special place we believe it to be.  Read more...

Book of the Month

  • Armadillo Rodeo

    by Jan Brett Year Published: 1995 Children's Books

    Most armadillos are happy scratching sand and eating, but Bo longs for adventure. And adventure Bo gets, the day Harmony Jean breaks in her brand-new chili-pepper-red cowboy boots by the banks of Can Creek.

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  • The Dirty Cowboy

    by Amy Timberlake Year Published: 2003
    After he finds a tumbleweed in his chaps and the numerous bugs buzzing around him affect his hearing, the cowboy decides it’s time to head to the river. Once there, he peels off all his clothes and tells his trusty old dog to guard them against strangers. He takes a refreshing bath and emerges clean as corn – but so fresh-smelling that his dog doesn’t recognize him! Negotiations over the return of the clothes prove fruitless. A wrestling match ensues in a tale that grows taller by the sentence, climaxing in a fabric-speckled dust devil.
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