Sunday, October 4, 2020

Reflections Contest entries are due October 5, 2020.

The theme this year is "I matter because..." Entries can be dropped off at the White Oak lobby. There will be a Zoom celebration on October 13, 2020. The link will be sent at a later date. Click here for the rules and entry form.

October 7 is Walk to School Day and Marco's Spirit Night!

National Walk to School Day

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

In-person and digital students join your PTA. family, and friends in this healthy event! Show your school spirit by wearing your White Oak spirit wear or colors as you walk to school or around your neighborhood.


Students must be walked to school by a parent. Plan to meet at one of the following locations to walk to a school as a socially distanced group:

  • Laurel Park Pool @ 7:20am
  • Barrington Estates Pool @ 7:20am
  • Lanier Springs Front Entrance @ 7:30


Walk in your neighborhood with a parent at 7:30 before the school day begins.

All parents, upload pictures of your children walking to school or around their neighborhood to the eCLASS bubble section then you will be entered in the PTA drawing for a $25 Publix gift card.

White Oak Spirit Night

Marco's Pizza

Wednesday, October 7, 2020


Join your PTA, friends, and family at Marco's Pizza in Sugar Hill! A portion of each receipt is given to our school, tell the Marco's staff that you are with White Oak Elementary!

There is no school, Thursday, October 8, Friday, October 9 and Monday, October 12

Early Release is October 21 and 22. Dismissal will begin at 12:15.

Click here to sign up for a Zoom Conference.
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Longhorn Masks Are Available to Purchase for $10.

You may send in cash with your student or pay on mypaymentsplus.com and it will be delivered to your students classroom.

If you student would like a lanyard, please send in $1.

Great Days of Service

White Oak will be collecting items for the North Gwinnett Co-op. Click here for details.

Building Babies’ Brains

Only 48% of children in our community start school prepared to learn. Early brain development is a key factor in making sure children in Gwinnett County are ready to thrive in kindergarten and beyond!

Children exposed to positive early learning experiences—like reading, singing, and talking with caregivers—are less likely to have academic and behavioral problems in school. They are more likely to be strong readers by 3rd grade and graduate from high school.

This early learning initiative is vital to our community's success, Building Babies' Brains Gwinnett offers a toolkit with resources and opportunities to help enhance brain development in children under the age of 5 here: buildingbabiesbrains.com.

Click here to read more about this campaign that is part of a broader countywide strategy to improve Kindergarten Readiness.

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Contact Information

White Oak Elementary School

6442 Suwanee Dam Rd

Sugar Hill, GA 30518


678-546-5551 (Fax)