Students believe safety is important! To help our school, Ava, Marieke, Tayler, and Ava prepare bike licenses for our students. If your child in grades 3-5 would like to ride to school, please pick up a green bike contract, review with your student, and return to school. We will give your student a 'bike license' to attach to his/her bike, scooter, or skateboard.
Thanks for keeping our students safe to and from school!
8-15-14 Oak Chan
We have had a wonderful first few days. On behalf of the Oak Chan staff, thank you for all you are doing to create such a positive learning community for everyone.
A few reminders: After School Pick-up:
1) Grades 1-2: Please see the separate email regarding early/late drop off and pick up. We really need your help resolving the sidewalk congestion over by the primary quad area.
2) Grades 1-5, please either meet your child:
**Waiting in the inside quad areas is distracting to the students so your teachers ask for your support.
All parents dropping off kids: here are your options:
1) Park in a designated spot and walk students onto classroom and then students walk out to the playground
2) Drive through the Dragon drop off/pick up area
All parents picking up kids: here are your options:
1.) Drive through the Dragon Drop/pick up
2.) Park in a designated parking area and walk to meet your student AT THE PICNIC TABLES NEAR THE MULTI or at the front of the school.
Wednesdays are early days for grades 1 and 2 only: school begins at 8:22 and ends at 1:52 on this day so teachers can work together to plan for their students.
Our Back to School Night is Wednesday, August 20th. It is a minimum day for Grades 1-5 (8:22-1:31 PM)
Congratulations, one and all!
County recommends Oak Chan to State Superintendent Tom Torlakson!
Matthew Merrill is turning his passion for technology into innovative projects that have earned him accolades all summer in local competitions.
At Folsom Cordova’s annual Growing Together Day Camp, summer school wasn’t just for kids: Families also had the opportunity to learn and participate in engaging activities alongside their children.
A first-grade science teacher at Mather Heights Elementary School for the second time has been named a finalist for the nation’s highest recognition bestowed upon math and science teachers.
Classes Are Offered For Credit Recovery, CAHSEE Aid, Those At Risk Or Not Meeting Grade Level Standards
6:30 PM PTO Meeting
6:30 PM PTO Meeting
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