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Ocean Bay Elementary School - October 18, 2021

Dates to Remember

  • Wednesday, October 20 - Unity Day, wear orange.
  • Monday, October 25 - Red Ribbon Week: Wear mismatched, mixed-up clothes
  • Tuesday, October 26 - Red Ribbon Week: Wear a jersey or shirt representing your favorite team
  • Wednesday, October 27 - Red Ribbon Week: Bring in items to donate to Grand Strand Humane Society
  • Thursday, October 28 - 1st Quarter Report Cards Available
  • Thursday, October 28 - Red Ribbon Week: Wear camouflage or dress as your future career
  • Friday, October 29 - Red Ribbon Week: Wear bright colors
  • Wednesday, November 3 - Make-up picture day

Lunch Menu - October 18-October 30

Menu Subject to Change Daily Due to Delivery Issues


Oct. 18

Breakfast- Honey Bun, Peaches, Juice, milk

Lunch- Chick Fillet Sandwich or PB&J Sandwich, Green Beans, Fruit, milk

Oct. 19

Breakfast- Muffin, Cheese Stick, Apple, Juice, milk

Lunch- Chicken Nuggets or Turkey Sandwich, French Fries, Fruit, milk

Oct. 20

Breakfast- Sausage Biscuit, Raisin, Juice, milk

Lunch- Cheeseburger or Ham Chef Salad, Seasoned Potatoes, Fruit, milk

Oct. 21

Breakfast- Cereal Bar, Apple, Juice, milk

Lunch- Chicken Tenders or PB&J Sandwich, Pinto Beans, Fruit, milk

Oct. 22

Breakfast- Waffles, Raisins, Juice, milk

Lunch- Pizza or Yogurt, Garden Salad, Fruit, milk

Oct. 25

Breakfast- Cini Mini, Peaches, Juice, milk

Lunch- Chicken Chunks or PB & J Sandwich, Green Beans, Fruit, milk

Oct. 26

Breakfast- Poptart, Apple, Juice, milk

Lunch- Chicken Taco (Hard) or Deli Combo Sandwich, Pinto Beans, Fruit, milk

Oct. 27

Breakfast- Muffin, Cheese stick, Raisin, Juice, milk

Lunch- Popcorn Chicken or Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Carrot Sticks, Fruit, milk

Oct. 28

Breakfast- French Toast, Apple, Juice, milk

Lunch- Hamburger Steak, Roll or Chicken Fillet Sandwich, Buttered Potatoes, Fruit, milk

Oct. 29

Breakfast- Pancakes, Banana, Juice, milk

Lunch- Pizza or Yogurt, Corn, Fruit, milk

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Red Ribbon Week Events October 25-29

Monday, October 25 - "Don't Let Drugs Mix You Up" - Wear mismatched, mixed up clothes.

Tuesday, October 26 - "Team Up Against Drugs" - Wear a jersey or shirt representing your favorite team.

Wednesday, October 27 - "Keeping Our Paws Off Drugs" -Bring in items to donate to Grand Strand Humane Society.

Thursday, October 28 - "Be All You Can Be" - Wear camouflage or dress as your future career.

Friday, October 29 - "I'm Too Bright For Drugs" - Wear bright colors.

News from the 2nd Grade

The 2nd grade class is putting together a Veterans Day program that will be pre-recorded and presented on November 11th. If you have any Veterans in your family that you would like to honor, please send a photograph with their name, student's name, relation and student's grade level and homeroom teacher to Mr. Brennan at RBrennan@horrycountyschools.net. Please submit photographs before October 28th.

Interested in joining the Cub Scouts?

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OBE School Improvement Council Member Needed

What is a School Improvement Council?

The School Improvement Council (SIC) serves as an advisory committee to a school's principal and faculty. Unlike the PTO and other voluntary school organizations, councils are mandated by South Carolina law to exists in every public school building. SICs play a key role in the education of our state's children, bringing together parents, educators, and community stakeholders to collaborate on the improvement of their local school.


What is the role of a SIC member?

Council members work collaboratively with the school to develop and implement a school improvement plan, monitor and evaluate success of the plan, and write an annual report to parents about the progress of the plan. Council members also assist the principal in writing the narrative for the School Report Card.


Who May Serve on a Council?

Almost anyone is eligible to serve on a School Improvement Council. Parents, teachers, business partners, and community leaders are all eligible to be a member of the SIC. Members must be elected to the council.



The OBE School Improvement Council (SIC) has a vacancy for the 2021-22 school year. If you are interested in serving on OBE SIC, please click here and complete the short form. You can only nominate yourself, not other people. Please submit your interest by Monday, October 25. If more than one person is interested the vacancy, a school-wide vote will be held.

Ocean Bay Elementary Robotics Team 2021-2022

What an exciting start to the school year! This year there were over 60 students that applied to be on the Ocean Bay Elementary School Robotics Team- Dolphin Bots. The application process involved answering questions and providing a real-world problem and possible solutions. The nine team members were selected based on their creativity, ingenuity, and problem solving abilities.

The team will be working on problems and solutions to qualify for the First Lego League TM competition that focuses on transportation - exploring technological advancements and global challenges with a creative solution to revolutionize the future.

Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. McMillen, co-chairs of Dolphin Bots, would like to encourage all students to be involved in the Horry County Schools Annual Technology Fair, OBE Rubik's Cube Club, and OBE Minecraft Club. Please look for more information regarding these clubs in upcoming newsletters and on the OBE Facebook page.

Congratulations team members!

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LOST AND FOUND

The lost and found boxes are overflowing! If your child is missing any items, please make sure they check the OBE lost and found. If items are not claimed by November 1st, they will be donated to an outside organization.

Congratulations Mr. Petricig!

Congratulations to Rich Petricig who was selected as Rockin’ Jump Teacher of the Month for November. Mr. Petricig is very deserving of this special recognition.

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