Oak Chan would also like to invite your family to TWO fun events on
Tuesday, August 8th
Blacktop along North end of campus (next to Parkway trail)
PTO hosted Oak Chan Dragon Rally, 4-7 pm
At the Dragon Rally you can enjoy Oak Chan School Spirit, including:
4–5 pm “Meet and Greet” with classroom teachers for grades 1st–5th
Classroom assignments handed out
5th grade pizza sales for Nature Bridge field trip fundraising
Volunteer information and forms for in class assistance and field trips
Sign up for PTO membership
Learn more about PTO events and programs
Purchase Oak Chan apparel
Tour our temporary campus
Back to School Night for Kindergarten Families from 5:30– 6:30 pm
This meeting is for Parents Only
This will take place in your child(ren)'s classroom. At that time you will be able to meet your child’s teacher and will learn about our Kindergarten program.
If needed, supervision will be available for your child(ren) outside of the classroom during this time. Games and fun activities have been specially designed for the Kindergarten group.
You are also encouraged to join other Oak Chan families at the Dragon Rally.
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. If you have any questions, contact our Box Top coordinator at AlisseLG5@gmail.com.
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