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Volume XIV Week of November 15, 2021
A GREAT EXPECTATIONS & MODEL PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY CAMPUS
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FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK:
From the Principal's Desk:
It has been another amazing week here at OIS. Our Veteran's Day program was such a great way to honor our community veterans but also a great learning experience for our students. We got to ask questions and hear stories of brotherhood, dedication, and what it means to serve your country.
This week we are focusing on being thankful and I can say that I am beyond thankful to work with such a great group of students who are eager to learn and dedicated to following our life principles.
I hope everyone enjoyed their weekend and I am looking forward to another great week. One week left before we take off for our Thanksgiving Break.
Your proud Principal,
CELEBRATING STUDENTS, STAFF, AND VETERANS THIS WEEK
This student was recognized for demonstrating the life principle of service. She is always taking care of her classmates!
Shout out to Ms. Campos for her passion and dedication for Choir. Our student's performance was amazing!
Veterans Day Program
On Thursday, November 11th, we honored our Veterans for their service.
Lunch visitors may have lunch with their child Monday - Thursday according to the following alphabetical breakdown by day:
Monday - Last names A - F
Tuesday - Last names G - L
Wednesday - Last names M - R
Thursday - Last names S-Z
here is the link for our 2021-22 yearbook! the store is open now! Don't forget to order your yearbook!! WE ONLY DO PREORDERS ON YEARBOOKS. WE DO NOT ORDER EXTRA FOR STUDENTS TO PURCHASE AT THE END OF THE YEAR. IF YOU WANT ONE - YOU MUST ORDER ONE!!!
REPORT CARDS AND PROGRESS REPORTS:
Is your son or daughter creative and sees unique solutions to everyday problems? Do they also love to build things and sing or act? Then Destination Imagination is the place for them. Watch this video or visit this web site to learn more about the program. The Oakcrest DI team will consist of up to seven 5th and 6th graders. We start practicing on Monday’s from 3:30 to 4:30 and may add an extra day as our competition gets closer. If your son/daughter would like to try out for the team please them fill out this form. Try outs will begin November 1st. If you have any questions or need more information please contact Dr. Butler at email@example.com.
FROM NURSE ELLIS:
State required vision, hearing, acanthosis nigricans (check back of neck- diabetes screen), spinal screening (girls only) will begin in October for 5th grade and new 6th graders. There will be no mass screenings. Students will be pulled by clinic staff during specials period over the month as feasible for clinic staff. Please notify the clinic if you have any concerns.
- Prescription medication to be given at school must have a written dr. order and brought to campus by an adult in the original pharmacy bottle.
- Please do not send your student to school if they have a pending covid19 test.
- Please do not send your student to school if a household member tested positive for covid19. Please keep your child home and contact the front office or myself.
- Please report student COVID-19 cases by using this link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf5PDTihDuixMs08ApDxLi864jztzmCGKX8vF3v7L3OpD7x6w/viewform
The Oakcrest Intermediate School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is an organization whose purpose is to strengthen, enhance and encourage the educational and social environment of Oakcrest Intermediate School. Its goals are to complement the school curriculum with additional opportunities for parents, teachers and students to learn, socialize, communicate and grow as individuals and community.
Per TISD regulations, the PTO is not allowed to contact you unless you have provided the Oakcrest PTO with your information. Please contact us so we can let you know about upcoming events.
Oakcrest Intermediate School
Jessica Perez, Assistant Principal
Crystal Gidrey, Counselor
Jessica Reyes, Counselor
Julissa Bozic, Campus Secretary
Mari Delgado, Receptionist
Terri Marfisi, Registrar
Tomball Independent School District does not discriminate against any student, employee, volunteer or applicant because of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, marital or veteran status or disability.