Updates from Mrs. Froning
September 22, 2019
Walled Lake Central Homecoming
Monday, September 23:
- Pajama Day
Tuesday, September 24:
- Dress Your Best: School Picture Day!
Wednesday, September 25:
- Favorite Team/College Day
Thursday, September 26:
- Class Color Day
- Kindergarten: Red
- 1st: Orange
- 2nd: Yellow
- 3rd: Green
- 4th: Blue
- 5th: White
Friday, September 27:
- Celebrate WLC: Central Colors (Blue & Gold)
Members of the marching band, drum line, cheerleaders and athletes will make a special visit to Oakley Park at 1:30 pm on Friday, September 27th!
Please join us on Friday, September 27th at 5:00pm for the Walled Lake Central Homecoming Parade! Current Oakley Park Owls will receive a free "Future Vikings" t-shirt (which will also get them into the Homecoming game for free)! Come join the fun! Please to let us know you're coming by filling out the RSVP form . If you change your mind, that's okay. WLC is just trying to plan accordingly and have the correct number of t-shirts available.
End of the day plans:
Please be sure to always include the office staff when emailing teaches regarding changes in the end of school plan for your child! In the event you need to pick your student up prior to dismissal, we ask that you do so before 2:40 p.m. Emailing teachers and office staff regarding an early dismissal is very helpful to all.
Mrs. Shirkey (Principal's Secretary) firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Waling (Building Secretary) email@example.com
Western Oakland County Parenting Education Fair
Child care is available for a reasonable cost ($3 for one child, $5 per family) and includes entertainment and lunch. Lunch for conference participants will be available for purchase from local food trucks during the event.
Please learn more about our keynote speaker, Brooks Gibbs, by watching: The Resilent Parenting Style and register online to attend. Registration is $15 per person or $25 per person at the door the day of the event.
Lakes Area Youth Assistance (LAYA)
Our main office has tickets for sale $25.00 each. Please stop in to purchase or follow this LINK.
What is LAYA: Youth Assistance is a non-profit organization that offers professional counseling services and conducts programs for youth and their families who live within the Walled Lake School District.
Our mission is to strengthen youth and families through volunteer involvement. LAYA is one of 26 programs of the Oakland County Circuit Court-Family Division.
Oakley Park School Times
Drop off begins: 7:55 AM
First Bell: 8:00 AM (Owl Drop off and walkers may enter the building)
Second Bell: 8:02 AM (buses release students)
Late Bell: 8:05 AM
Dismissal: 3:10 PM
Angela Shirkey, Principals Secretary
Kim Waling, Building Secretary