About williamsk

Hi! My name is Keila Williams! This is my first year of teaching 3rd grade and I am so excited! I have taught 1st grade for 11 years at Pine Tree. Our son is starting 4th grade in White Oak this year. I can't wait to meet all my Lil' Necks!

Learning Goals for week of Sept. 17-21

Hello all and happy Monday! Can you believe it’s the middle of September? Holy moly, it’s going fast already! This is what your kiddos will be learning in Reading this week:

Reading: 3.4 A, B, E-Students will find meanings of unknown words, using prefixes, suffixes and root words. Test on Friday. Students will also begin using a dictionary to alphabetize words to the third letter. 3.11-Students will read for a sustained amount of time (building stamina). Students will take their first reading common assessment also.

Writing: 3.22 B, C- Students will create and edit sentences, focusing on subject/verb agreement. 

Social Studies: Project-Based Learning about EXCELLENCE IN WHITE OAK SCHOOLS!


PICTURES ARE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20! Notes went home last week!

MATH LOG is due Friday. Please make sure AN ADULT SIGNS IT!


Landforms projects!

I couldn’t wait to share these AMAZING projects that our classes did! Mrs. Tatum and I are VERY impressed with the work the students did and responsibility that they showed! THANK YOU SO MUCH because teaching those two skills starts at home!

Students used and found information on www.facts4me.com.

Learning Goals for September 4-7

This week we are learning:

Reading: Students will learn how to summarize and sequence grade-level appropriate text. Students will also review story elements, as well as elements of fiction. 

Writing: Students will continue to learn and review conventions of grammar, such as nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, etc. 

Social Studies: Students will learn about their community, as well as review landforms.


Pep Rally Friday! Please remember to write a note for your child, if you will be picking them up for the Pep Rally.

PARENT ORIENTATION: Monday, September 10 at 5:30-6:30. Please make plans to attend!


Please join Mrs. Tatum’s and my REMIND to keep informed of all the happenings in our classrooms! 

Mrs. Tatum: text @81010 and type a29a484

Mrs. Williams text 81010, then type @44ffgc as the message.

Please let us know if you can’t get signed up!

We will use this often, A LOT! We like to keep everyone over-informed! Thank you so much!

NEW Drop Off and Take Home Procedures!


FIRST POINT: EXPECT VERY LONG LINES AND DELAYS when dropping off and picking up your child.

SECOND POINT: EXPECT LIMITED PARKING SPACES due to construction and improvements being made to our school. This has shifted the parking areas for other campuses to our area.

THIRD POINT: NO parents are allowed upstairs on the intermediate campus. Meet the Teacher will be on August 14th from 4:30-5:30.  If you cannot attend due to your work, a Parent Orientation night will be scheduled soon. School Supplies will be taken in the gym and placed on a cart to be delivered to your child’s classroom once students have been released to go upstairs.

FOURTH POINT: If you have not yet registered your child, there will be no class assignment made until BOTH Online and In-Person documents are completed. Parents will have to wait until teachers and classes have been dismissed from the gym to their classrooms before there will be staff members available to proceed with late registration. PLEASE KNOW: This may not take place until around 8:10 a.m.

Here are the student drop-off procedures that parents will need to review and know before the first day of school on Thursday morning, August 16th. There are lanes that specify BUSES ONLY, and there are lanes designated for CARS. Please watch the video below for how to use these.  Parents with Primary students ONLY will need to drop 0ff primary students on the Lower Level of the building which is the Primary Campus. Parents may not drop off students and allow them to walk across Roughneck Drive due to safety issues and construction congestion. Students may not be dropped off in the Intermediate School parking lot and allowed to walk across the parking lot to the sidewalk. This is very dangerous for your child. Students should never be dropped off earlier than 7:15. There is no school personnel available to supervise students at that time, and they will be completely unattended. Doors to the building open at 7:30.


Cursive Writing is here!

Hello everyone! I can’t believe this year is winding down! It has gone so fast and just keeps going faster! I know we talked about this at the beginning of third grade and it’s finally time! 

We are going to start learning some basic cursive writing! We will start doing the letters a, c, d and g. These will help form other letters! I am so excited to get to show you all how to use cursive! 

Here is a quick video to get you started! Be looking for examples of these cursive letters all around you!


Learning Goals for April 2-6

Happy Spring…aka…Pollen Time! I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter break! This week, we are continuing to review the skills we have learned throughout the year.

READING: This week, we are focusing on Inferencing information (3.12), context clue (3.4) and main idea (3.13A). These are on-going skills for our school year and we revisit practicing them as much as we can. 

Homework: nonfiction passage “Mrs. Baird’s Bread”. New vocabulary comes home. TEST is 4-13-18. 

Writing: Springtime Writing (using senses)

SPELLING TEST THURSDAY AND FRIDAY! Words came home last week. Use www.spellingcity.com/williamskwoisd  to study. 

Social Studies: Project Based Learning on Tiny Houses. 

REMEMBER: ZOO trip is Tuesday, April 10. There will be another note going home with more specific information this week.