Panther Press

February 11, 2019

Thank you PTO

Thank you PTO, for once again planning events which create special memories for our families. The Have a Heart Dance was such a fun night! Thank you so much for all of your efforts!

Read Across America

This year we will be celebrating Read Across America. In next week's Panther Press we will send out a list of fun days for our students, starting on February 25th. On Friday, March 1st, students will have readers come to our school and share their favorite book with students.

Absences and Early Sign Outs

Please make sure to send in a doctor's note upon your child's return to school. Also, we realize that despite best efforts, sometimes doctor's appointments occur during school hours. You are encouraged to return your child back to school after the appointment, even if you signed him/her out early.

Dress Code Reminders

Please see below for a reminder about our Dress Code. Students may NOT wear OMS or OHS shirts or OMS or OHS colors. As a reminder, the dress code is below. Thank you for your support.



Boys/Girls: Shirts: White, gold, or black polo uniform shirts with embroidered school logo. These shirts must be ordered through school approved sites (listed below) and have appropriate school logo to be considered a school approved shirt.

Pants: Navy blue, black, or khaki uniform pants.

Shorts: Navy blue, black, or khaki uniform shorts.

Shoes: Comfortable sneakers and/or closed dress shoes.

Socks: White, black or brown (footie or over the ankles) are preferred.

Belt: Solid black or brown (1-1.5”) (Recommended if pants have belt loops.)


Girls Only: Jumper: Navy blue, black, or khaki uniform jumper with uniform polo underneath. Pants: Navy blue, black, or khaki uniform pants. Capri length uniform pants are acceptable. Skorts: Navy blue, black, or khaki uniform skorts.


Additional Items: Physical Education Uniform: Students must wear sneakers to school on their P.E. day. Cooler Weather Clothing: Jackets and/or sweatshirts in white, navy blue, or black, if worn all day, plain in color; or if just for outdoor use, any coat is acceptable.


Items Not Considered Part of the Uniform Code:

 Cargo pants or shorts, boots, sandals, lighted or decorative shoes or shoes with wheels.

 Hair must be a natural color. Hair styles that are distracting or inappropriate for school are not permitted.

 Students will be permitted to wear nail polish as long as it is not a distraction. Jewelry should be limited to an appropriate necklaces, single bracelet, rings or earrings. Earrings should not be hoops. Student should not be wearing make-up or artificial nails.

 Bandanas, glitter, tattoos, and hair gel with colors should not be worn at school.


The length of all shorts, skorts, and jumpers MUST be longer or at the point where the end of the fingertips reaches on the leg whiles the child’s arms are extended straight at their side. Students will be given two warnings in a semester. The third infraction will result in a disciplinary measure.

Lunch in the Breezeway Dates

February is 4th grade's Lunch in the Breezeway Month. See below for the schedule.


2/12 Lee

2/13 Lucas

2/14 Vallozzi

News from the Library...

Friendship Grams being sold in OCES Cafe during lunch - February 7 - February 12 - flyer and blank friendship grams will be sent home or print from http://oasiselementaryschool.net/media-center Friendship Grams will be delivered to the classroom on the afternoon of February 13.


Thursday, February 21, - Publix Math Night - Camelot Isles - 1616 Cape Coral Pkwy West 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Receive one hour of volunteer time for attending. Please RSVP allowing Publix to have a gift for your child.


Tuesday, February 26, - Dairy Queen Spirit Night to support the OCES Library Reading Incentive Programs - 2525 Skyline Blvd, anytime between 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. - dine inside or drive thru.


Oasis Library Read-A-Thon - be on the look out for information regarding his program to include dates and information.

REMINDER...

No school next Monday, (2/18) and Tuesday (2/19), due to President's Day and Teacher In-Service Day.

K-Kids Collection

For the months of January and February, K-Kids will be collecting canned and dry pet food for cats and dogs. We are collecting for Lee County Domestic Animal Services, and we will drop off donations in March.

Upcoming Events and Club Meetings

Club Meeting Dates are below. Students who are club members have been notified by the club sponsors. If your child is enrolled in a club, please communicate updates with your child's teacher about when your child is or isn't staying after school for a club.


2/11 Drama Rehearsal

2/11 Spelling Bee Club

2/11 Golf Squad

2/12 Drama Rehearsal

2/12 Watch DOGS Meeting (8:00 am)

2/12 Leadership

2/12 Spelling Bee Club

2/13 Drama Rehearsal

2/13 Eco Club

2/13 Spelling Bee Club

2/15 Kindergarten Food with Fathers


2/18 No School

2/19 No School

Accelerated Reader

Students should be at 63% of their Point Goal by Friday.

Student Online Academic Resources

This school year, we have been working hard to provide useful resources for students, which can be accessed at school and home, to help them with a personalized track of learning activities.


Moby Max presents Reading, Math, Social Studies and Science in a fun and engaging way. To find out more information about Moby Max, view this presentation.


Reflex Math is a new program designed to improve students' math facts fluency. Students work on increasing their retrieval time on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts. To learn more about Reflex Math, visit the virtual tour.


Students at Oasis also use other online resources, including Khan Academy and support for our new Science curriculum. All of these links have been compiled on our school web site, underneath our Student Portal. You can also access it using this link. While you are there, be sure to click on the Florida Standards Resources. It provides useful tutorials linked to Florida Standards.


Happy Learning! :)

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Reminder about Car Line

Please remember in the morning that cars can use both lanes on the side of the building and will merge into an every other traffic flow when vehicles get to the front of the building. Please review the map for clarification.


Also, please remember that in the afternoon, the OHS entrance is not double lanes (like it is in the morning). It is only one lane in in the afternoons. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding.

Updated OES Gate TImes

Reminder, the OES gate is no longer a point of entry. Vehicles will be able to enter through the OHS gate.


Please note the updated times that the OES automatic gate will be open.


6:00 am - 8:45 am

1:30 pm - 4:00 pm