Temporary Campus Tell All 7
It is with our greatest excitement that we share Building Hope's latest update
Building Hope and the OSCS administration invite students and their families to an open house at the new campus on Tuesday, Oct. 15 in the late afternoon/evening.
WEEK 8: FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL AT NEW CAMPUS WILL BE OCTOBER 16
Special Bus Transportation Information for Next Week (Oct 7)
**Starting Monday Oct 7th new bus location**
TRANSPORTATION DEPOT MOVING CLOSER TO CAMPUS
To help families ease into their commuting routine to and from the new campus, Building Hope is moving the transportation depot to a site across from the John Young campus. Beginning this Monday, Oct. 7, families using the temporary bus service should drop off students at 1900 Ball Park Road in Kissimmee. The site is across the street from the new campus, next to LA Fitness.
Buses will leave the Ball Park Road depot for the temporary campuses at 7:20 AM. In the afternoon, buses will depart for the depot at dismissal, and an evening bus will continue for students in after-care. Morning care and after-care will continue at the temporary campuses until the new campus opens on Oct. 16.
Families will follow the same pick-up and drop-off procedures that have been in use at Osceola Heritage Park. Instructions and a map of the new site will be emailed directly to transportation depot families and will be available on paper at pick-up today.
The transportation depot at Osceola Heritage Park will be discontinued after evening pick-up on Friday, Oct. 4. Building Hope thanks Osceola Heritage Park for letting their facility serve as the transportation depot.
As always reach out with questions and concerns to email@example.com or call 321-868-9544
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New Campus Aftercare Information
Aftercare payments will begin October 21, 2019
o Registration Fee of $25.
o Before care only is $50 per student per month (no discount for additional students)
or an annual fee of $500.
o Aftercare only is $180 per student per month ($108 for each additional sibling)
or an annual fee of $1650 ($1000 for each additional sibling)
o Before care and Aftercare is $205 per month ($133 for each additional sibling)
or an annual fee of $1900 ($1250 for each additional sibling).
o Daily emergency use is $20 per day.
o Before care begins at 6:45 am (free drop-off is at 7:30 am)
o Aftercare is from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
In order to be eligible for before care or aftercare each family must submit two forms (available from either campus upon request). One form is the registration form. The second form in the Automatic Payment form. Payment will be taken out at the beginning of each month. If you have filled these out at the beginning of the year don't worry we still have them and will be confirming with you in the next couple of weeks. Please do not hesitate to email me with any questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updates from the classroom
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Ms. Furbee's 4th grade social studies class working on their Native Americans of Florida project.
Mrs. Strain's Pre-Algebra class has started learning how to use algebra tiles to simplify expressions. 6th Grade math finished up our work on GCF/LCM (enjoying a Flocabulary math rap about the topics) and are now moving onto integers.
Mr. Mcclellan's Science Corner
Check this out!
This week Mr. McClellan's young scientists have been exploring introductory chemistry with terms such as solute, solvents and solutions in several classes. Wow! Look at that green slime smoothie. Students have also continued to explore not only the water cycle but some of the properties of water such as surface tension observations. There was a group of fifth grade boys exploring magnetic induction with paper clips, magnets and staples - as this group of boys (photo) are discovering. Then the students are beginning to work on writing up the scientific method of some of these experiments in their science journals taking their data and making a table with their data. They concluded that the more they stroked the paper clip with a magnet, the magnetic attraction increases as well - and proved their hypothesis was correct, noting this in their conclusions. Experiments should be replicable and often backed up by measurable data!
Some of the fourth graders explored space traveling in a space ship around our solar system, then made observation on our lunar eclipses. They stood around a lamp representing the sun and had to hold up a poster board moon phase at the appropriate place in the lunar cycle. They also saw demonstrations of solar and lunar eclipses. Learning science is an amazing journey for these young scientists.
Sharks Sports Center
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The second meet this year ended with 5 children representing OSCS in the top 10 of their divisions.
Sophia Quintero 6th elementary girls
Andres Quintero 8th Elementary boys and Samual Curry 9th elementary boys
Veronica Adams 10th middle school girls
Alejandro 8th middle school boys