Oak Meadow Elementary School, is celebrating 25 years of learning and leading within the District. On April 20, the Mavericks celebrated their 25th year with a special anniversary celebration. The campus first opened its doors in Septembers 1991. In the fall of 2008, they became the Regional Day School for the Deaf, taking care of the A.I.needs for students from NEISD and other nearby districts. This innovative campus houses the only school within NEISD that caters to deaf students. It is truly unique in that it combines the learning experience for deaf and hearing students so that they are together in the same classroom.
Oak Meadow is a Leader in Me Lighthouse School and it was evident throughout the campus. The celebration included students from different grade levels incorporating Stephen Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into their introductions and messages to the audience.
"The teachers and the staff and the very dedicated parents, community, and PTA really come together to help make the students of Oak Meadow as successful as possible,” said Dr. Brian Gottardy, Superintendent of Schools. “So here is to another 25 years of success.”
Posted on 04/20/2017