Oak Crest Family Tiger Topics
September 16, 2022
The Start of Something Great
Oak Crest Families,
I am so proud of our students and staff this week. We have all put in a ton of effort, and are already seeing routines in place, relationships growing, and learning in many forms. The kids have come to school ready to be their best each day and that is essential for the excellence that we envision for ALL of our Oak Crest Tigers.
Our school day is exhausting. It takes time to build the endurance needed for learning. Creating routines at home ( and breaking summer habits) will go a long way in the success of your child. To the degree possible, try to help your kids get more sleep, eat healthy, and talk about their school day at home. These three home routines make a huge difference at school.
Thank you for your partnership in education. Have a great weekend!
Be You, Be RED!
Oak Crest Principal
Important Dates to start the school year:
M Sept 19th (Day 4), T 20th (Day 1), W 21st (Day 2) Th 22nd (Day 3), F 23rd (Day 4)
- Sept 20th - 2:15pm 5th/6th Tiger Strong @ Cafeteria
- Sept 27 - 2:15 All School Meeting
- Sept 29 - Bus Safety Presentations
- Oct 3-7 - Homecoming Spirit Week
- Oct 4 - 2:15 Gr 3-6 Tiger Strong @ Gym
- Oct 7 - Homecoming (We will visit JSH for a 2:30 pep fest, more details to come)
- Oct 12 - Picture Retake Day
- Oct 20-21 - No School - Education MN Conference
- October 24-28 - Wolf Ridge 6th Grade.
- Nov 2nd - E-Learning Day (students stay home)
- Nov 11th - Veteran's Day
TIGER TARGET (Sept 19-23): I can celebrate similarities and differences among classmates.
A big part of being inclusive is recognizing the good in others. Sometimes, we see a connection between another person and ourself that can build a friendship. Sometimes, we see a difference that we admire or sparks curiosity. It is good to be different and unique, it makes each of us special and adds to our collective strengths as a school. When we celebrate our similarities and differences, it helps us welcome and include each other.
Being RED is a way of life at Oak Crest!
We also talked about being proud of our school and our accomplishments. It is safe to say that Tiger Pride is alive and well at Oak Crest.
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Tiger Strong Meeting with 3rd & 4th Grade learning about INCLUSION with Mrs. Malecha.
6th grade mathematicians building a histogram.
Deep thinking with Mr. Fraser.