6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Board Meeting
8:20 AM Minimum Day
OAK CHAN KINDER, 2ND and 5TH GRADE PARENTS. . .
Hearing and Vision Screening will be administered to Kindergarten, 2nd Grade and 5th Grade students on Jan.7th and Jan 8th.
We will need CAT2 volunteers to help bring students to the screening, stay with those students during the screening and bring them back to their class after the screening.
Research based classes for parents and their children ages 7-17. The classes are created to support and encourage the development of strong family ties, promote the integration of key principles in daily decision-making and assist with keeping kids safe from risk. The program features structured family activities, family meetings, children’s games and activity planning.
What can parents gain?
What can children gain?
Next series begins February 20th, 2020
Location: 10577 Coloma Rd. Rancho Cordova 95670
Dates: 11 week series on Thursday evenings starting 2-20-20 thru 5-7-20,
No class 4-9-20
Time: 5:45pm to 8:00pm
This program is FREE and includes dinner, childcare, and materials
Folsom Cordova USD, Health Programs Office
(916) 294-9013 or email@example.com
Have you been looking for a way to get more involved?
Please join the 2020 Oak Chan Parent Dinner & Auction Committee
and help make this year’s event the best one yet!
Event volunteers receive $10 off their Dinner & Auction ticket!
We currently need a Volunteer Coordinator, Auction Committee members and a Gift Basket Coordinator.
Auction Items Needed
Help the 2020 Oak Chan Dinner & Auction Committee and receive a tax deduction!
Do you, a friend or a family member have items that you could donate to auction at Oak Chan’s annual fundraiser?
Some of our best-selling items in the past have included:
All funds raised by the auction will support Oak Chan PTO-funded programs!
Even if you are unable to attend the Oak Chan Dinner & Auction, this is a great way to help raise money for our school. All ideas and donations are appreciated!
If you would like to contribute, or join our team, please contact Jenn Rucker, Dinner & Auction Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMPORTANT DISTRICT UPDATED VOLUNTEER PROCESS
- Pick Up Cat II Application from Front Office
- Provide a TB test showing a Negative result (Distict provides FREE TB Clinics)
- Submit Completed Application and TB test result to Front Office for Principal to review and sign
- Schedule a District Appt for the Fingerprinting and Background Check through our new Online Scheduler
- Take signed Cat II application and TB test to the scheduled appt
For a complete list of our District's Cat II Volunteer steps, please click on the DISTRICT FLYER.
Box Tops are a great way to earn money for our school! They can be found on hundreds of products you know and use every day. 100% of the money earned goes directly back to Oak Chan. When submitting Box Tops, please check the expiration date.
Now you can print off an easy collection page to share your box tops. Download HERE to use this Box Top page. If you have any questions, contact our Box Top Coordinator at email@example.com.
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