Please look at our Registration webpage here.
For Oak Chan Returning Students registration packets will go home in Wednesday Folders on January 22nd, 2020.
All packets for students registering at Oak Chan will need to be returned by January 30th, 2020.
Orientation Tuesday, January 14 2020 4pm in Multi. Parents only please. Packets Available Wednesday all Day.
Registration Due Thursday, January 16, 2020 2-4pm in the Office.
Transitional Kindergarten Program
Completed Transitional Kinder packets need to be turned into home address assigned elementary school by March 6,2020
School Choice Applications
Forms are available in the Oak Chan office and are due by Thursday, January 30th.
You're invited to Oak Chan's 4th International Night located in the Multi. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience the world through the eyes of our own Oak Chan families and get to know our diverse community!!!
Come enjoy a variety of stations filled with activities, food and music.
SEE YOU ALL THERE!!!
Registration forms in Wednesday folders (grades 3-5) Jan. 22nd
Registration forms due to classrooms (grades 3-5) Feb. 6th
Drop off projects to Multi (grades K-2) March 11th
Science & Invention Fair March 12th
Multipurpose Room, Public viewing 6-7:30 p.m. | Awards & Raffle prizes 6:30 p.m.
visit the Science and Invention Fair page Here
Six Flags Read to Succeed Fliers going home.
This year parents will submit all reading minutes online, so no paper forms will be collected.
Create an Account Here. Use Oak Chan Elementary School code: JS2DG
Final Subsmissions DUE:
March 2, 2020
Any questions, please contact our Read to Succeed Coordinator, Kimberly Smith.
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.
The Folsom Cordova community is hearing a lot about “social-emotional” learning - and the District has launched a newsletter to dig deeper into this crucial component to academic achievement!
Taking full Diploma Programme courses in Cordova High School’s International Baccalaureate Programme is demanding and rigorous: multiple high-level courses, comprehensive projects, extensive writing and analysis, and more.
Oak Chan students and staff are using videos to teach kids how to be strong citizens in and out of the classroom - and they’re earning accolades, too.
Hands-on learning combines science, math, writing and art...
Superintendent Sarah Koligian, Ed.D., has selected veteran educator Jim Huber, Ed.D., as Folsom Cordova’s next Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education & Instruction, effective July 1.
Sacramento Magazine has named Superintendent Sarah Koligian, Ed.D., one of the most powerful leaders in the region in its first-of-a-kind publication called the “Sacramento 300.”
Cordova High students recently experienced a dose of real-life learning thanks to the school’s ongoing partnership with SAFE Credit Union
When the firm needed artwork for its new office in downtown Sacramento, they looked to Folsom High School teacher Jeff Carter's amazing, award-winning students to feature prominently throughout its Capitol Mall headquarters.
Russell Ranch Elementary School not only has been named a 2020 California Distinguished School by the California Department of Education - it’s the second-consecutive honor for the Folsom school.
The California School Dashboard, which allows families and community members to look up detailed and multiple measures of school and district performance, has been released for 2019.
The Folsom Cordova Board of Education will receive its first interim budget report of the fiscal year as the District continues to identify long-term solutions to its budget deficit.
Student musicians from Cordova High and Vista del Lago High schools were among those selected for a special Honor Band concert earlier this month that featured top student musicians from throughout the Sacramento region.