ESSER II, III Survey 2021-22
White Deer ISD is applying to receive Elementary and Secondary Emergency Relief Funds (ESSER II, ESSER III) to address learning gaps and health/mental health issues that resulted from the educational disruption caused by COVID-19. These funds are designated for one-time or short-term expenditures to address the ongoing impact of the pandemic.
We are seeking your input about how to allocate these resources. Please take the time to let us know your opinion by completing the brief survey below.
Welcome to White Deer ISD
The District students, Board, administration, teachers, and support staff, in partnership with the parents and communities of Skellytown and White Deer, shall provide and accept quality instruction and exemplary role modeling so that all students achieve their academic potential and assume their roles as productive citizens in our society. Each individual in the District shall share the responsibility for accomplishing these goals in order to enhance the lives of the communities, families, and the nation.
White Deer ISD Tornado Shelter
We are committed to providing a safe haven for our community during extreme weather situations. This shelter, known as the White Deer Junior High, is located at 607 South Doucette, White Deer, Texas.
This shelter can provide safety for up to 150 people comfortably and several more if needed. White Deer ISD officials will communicate with local emergency personnel as needed.
You may enter the White Deer JH Building by either entrance, but the entrance on the Northeast corner of the building is closest to the rooms designated as F5 tornado shelters. There are three classrooms on the east side of the JH building that have the F5 rating (Classrooms 105, 106, and 107).
This tornado shelter will be opened when any tornadic weather conditions are present in our immediate or surrounding area. School officials will be present to operate the facility.