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!
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3:00 PM - 4:30 PM TB Test - FCUSD Staff and Volunteers only
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Say No to Bullying Community Event and Film Screening