October 28, 2019
2019 Trunk or Treat
All of the vehicles showed lots of creativity and effort and were super fun to see. Our Car Winners are listed below.
1st: Mrs. Ordway's Class: Car Wash
2nd: Mrs. Brown's Class: Pizza Planet Toy Story
3rd: Mrs. Diecidue's Class: Fortnite
Red Ribbon Week
The purpose of Red Ribbon Week is to create an awareness for our children to better understand the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Please see the flyer for how we will be showing our support for Red Ribbon Week, and also some suggestions for age appropriate ideas on how to talk to your child about the dangers of drugs and alcohol.
Monday: Hear My Message Loud and Clear - It’s Red Ribbon Week Wear a red shirt with your uniform bottoms to help kick off Red Ribbon Week
Tuesday: Band Against Dugs Add a bandana to your school uniform
Wednesday: I’d be CRAZY to do Drugs Wear crazy or mismatched socks with your school uniform.
Thursday: Drugs Are Scary and I’m “Red-y” to Say No to Drugs Change into an orange, black, or festive Halloween shirt and jeans after the parade
Friday: Let’s Team Up Against Drugs! Wear your favorite sports jersey and jeans to sport your drug-free lifestyle
Your child's teacher will reach out to you with more details if you are volunteering for the parade/party.
If your family does not celebrate Halloween or you do not want your child in the parade, please let your child's teacher know and we will have a different activity for your child to do during the parade/party.
Please be mindful of others when helping your child select his/her Halloween costume. Out of consideration to our younger and more sensitive students, costumes worn to school should NOT be overly scary and pretend/make believe weapons should NOT be brought to school. Thank you for your cooperation.
Student Leadership Costume Drive
Optimism Club Opportunity for 4th and 5th Grade Students
Optimistic Coach: Mrs. Taylor
K-Kids Helping Families in Need for Thanksgiving
K-Kids are asking for donations of nonperishable Thanksgiving-related foods such as cans of vegetables, boxes of mashed potatoes, boxes of stuffing, etc. Our food drive will run from October 21 through November 15. We are also looking for donations of Publix gift cards. The top two classes with the most donations will earn an extra recess.
All donations will first be used to help our own families at Oasis. If your family is in need of assistance this holiday season, please use this link and complete the form. All information is confidential. Any leftover donations will be sent to the Cape Coral Caring Center.
Thank you for your help! If you have any questions, please e-mail the K-Kids Faculty Sponsor Mr. Zedd at Joshua.Zedd@capecharterschools.org at any time.
Mind Up Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Curriculum
This week in MindUP, students will continue to learn about Mindful Smelling (Lesson 6). This lesson focuses on being mindful of familiar smells and memories that are linked to them. Think about Christmas smells, nature smells, home baked cookies, etc. What memories do you think of when you smell those familiar smells?
(To learn more about this curriculum visit Mind Up.)
A Note from Mrs. Gamboa...
The OES Pumpkin Patch looks great! So many students have stopped to admire all of the fun storybook characters represented in our pumpkin patch. Thank you to all of our families who created and shared a pumpkin.
Please carefully read the letter in Friday Flyers, regarding AR Fun Day. If you have any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Gamboa or your child's teacher.
Lunch Visitors in the Cafeteria
Beginning October 15th, we will be following the 2nd quarter schedule. See below.
Since Halloween is a busy day, we will not be having lunch visitors on 10/31.
There will be no school on November 11th in Honor of Veteran's Day.
This week at OES...
Third Grade Storybook Concert: Monday, 10/28, OMS Cafe See below for times for each classroom
Drama Rehearsals: Monday, 10/28
Golf Squad: Monday 10/28
Drama Rehearsals: Tuesday, 10/29
Drama Rehearsals: Wednesday, 10/30
Oasis Singers: AM Thursday, 10/31
Halloween Parade: October 31st @ 9:00 am
STUDENTS SHOULD BE AT 38% OF THEIR AR POINT GOAL by Friday.
Drama Rehearsals: Monday, 11/4
Golf Squad: Monday, 11/4
Drama Rehearsals: Tuesday, 11/5
Leadership Club: Tuesday, 11/5
Drama Rehearsals: Wednesday, 11/6
3-5 ECO Club: Wednesday, 11/6
OES SAC Meeting: Wednesday, 11/6-4:00 pm in the OES Media Center
Drama Rehearsals: Wednesday, 11/6
Oasis Singers: AM Thursday, 11/7
2-3 Optimism Club: Thursday, 11/7
K Kids: Thursday, 11/7
Sets & Props Art Club: Friday, 11/8
PTO and Foundation
For more information on the Foundation please visit their website.
PTO will be collecting candy for Troops. For more information read this flyer.
Do you know an Oasis student who runs their own business (baby sit, dog walker, etc.)? Read this flyer for more information on how they can participate in Fall Fest to promote their business.
If you are looking for more information, please read the Fall Newsletter for event dates and other information.
Four Schools, One Vision
Please do NOT use your phone in the car line, especially as you approach students and staff. We need 100% of your focus and attention to keep everyone safe. Thank you for your help.
Early Dismissal and Transportation Changes
●If your student needs to have a dismissal change email: OES.DismissalChanges@oasishs.org
●If a student needs to be picked up from the front office prior to dismissal time, they must be picked up before to 2:45. No dismissals will be made after this time.
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The Florida Legislature directed this tool’s development in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act. For more information visit: https://getfortifyfl.com/