OLSON OUTLOOK April 13 - 17
SPRING ART SHOW AT OES
Students are encouraged to continue to participate in the wonderful activities provided by Mrs. Kuhn and our D200 art team. Please send photos of your finished projects to Mrs. Kuhn and we'll add them to our next show!
Set up a location where school work is to be completed. Schedule a time of day.
Daily plans for each grade level can be found on the OES website - eLearning Tab. Lessons for all eLearning days since March 13 can be found here.
Daily plans are to be completed by students, and the expectation is that students also participate in the art, music, PE, and STEM activities.
It is suggested that you establish a schedule for the day so your child knows when he/she is to be engaged in instruciton.Teachers have established regular meeting times.
Please contact the Tech Dept if there are any issues with a chromebook.
Teachers are available to provide additional support, and we expect students to request addtional assistance as needed.
We're proud of the work students are doing, however it's important that parents check to make certain items are completed. Many times we're hearing that students have unfinished work.
40 BOOK CHALLENGE
Make time to find a good book!
BREAKFAST & LUNCH GRAB AND GO
Mapletree Apartments 10:30 - 10:40 am (Infront of the office building)
Autumnwood Apartments 10:50 - 11:10 am ( South parking lot next to the Building 717)
Prairie View Apartments 11:20 - 11:40 pm (Parking lot next to the Rental Office)
Greenwood School 12:00 - 12:20 pm (School parking lot)
Willow Brooke Apartments 10:30 - 10:40 am (Back entrance, near the bus stop)
Woodstock Commons 10:50 - 11:10 am (Front entrance to the right of the Leasing Office)
Walden Oaks Apartments 11:20 - 11:40 pm (Picnic area near the pond)
Clay Academy School 11:50-12:10 (School Parking Lot)
ENJOY THIS STAFF DANCE VIDEO - STAY POSITIVE!
Families who are a part of this program will receive additional information about the time scheduled for each day.
Thanks again for your support of our students as they grow in the reading skills!
WOODSTOCK PUBLIC LIBRARY
The library is offering:
Parking Lot WiFi: The library's wifi signal has been extended into the parking lot allowing anyone to be online from the safe distance of their own vehicle
Food Pantry: There are two bins of food and a bin for diapers, toiletries, etc in front the of the library's front doors. Anyone is welcome to take what they need, donate what they can.
Free e-books, audiobooks, magazines: Thousands of ebooks and audiobooks are available via the library's website Download page. All that is needed to access is a Woodstock library card. If a family was unable to get a library card before the library closed, an e-resource card can be applied for on the library's website. E-Resource Application
Databases: Ancestry.com, Newspapers.com, New York Times, Transparent Language Online, Chilton Auto Repair Library, and a lot more e-resources are all available on the library's Databases page. Easily accessed with a WPL card or e-resource card.
Online Storytimes: Ms Pamela, the children's librarian is posting storytimes a couple times of week. They are available on the library's YouTube channel and Facebook. Spanish storytimes are being posted by the library's guest storyteller Ms Janet on Monday nights on Facebook Live.