Updates from Mrs. Froning
September 4, 2021
Oakley Park Hours: 8:55 am - 4:00 pm Monday-Friday
Thank you for attending Curriculum Night!
As we settle into the year, open and on going communication between home and school is so VERY important! Thank you for prioritizing emails/newsletters from your childs' teacher as well as my weekly Update newsletters. (A complete list of staff emails can be found on our Oakley Park webpage under the "Our Staff" tab.)
I hope the long weekend is off to a great start and we look forward to seeing our Owls back at school Wednesday, September 8th!
REMINDER: School resumes, Wednesday, September 8th
End of the Day
We understand that new routines are being established, especially for our newest Owls. Thank you in advance for your help with ensuring our dismissal is able to run smoothly and safely!
Staggered Dimssal times:
3:56 pm Walkers and Prime time
3:57 pm begin calling student names (based on parent sign out)
3:58 pm begin calling bus numbers
4:07 Buses depart from Oakley Park
*Owl Pick Up numbers and student names will continue to be called throughout the dismissal period.
Therapy Dog Update
As I shared in last weeks newsletter our first step towards welcoming a therapy dog is to fundraise $9000.00 to purchase and train the dog.
We are welcoming donations from families and we would love to partner with local businesses too. Beyond the purchasing of the dog, we will look to partner to provide veterinary care, grooming and food! Businesses/families who donate $1000 will have their name/logo on our dogs working vest! A donation of $4500 earn the donor the opportunity to name our dog! All donations will be tax deductible and we will provide a letter for your tax filing purposed. We will be planning some fun ways the kids can help fundraise too!
Donations can be made by check: payable to WLCSD. Soon, famlies can can log into Family Access and make a donation through eFunds. Stay tuned!
Thank you for your support!
If a student tests positive for COVID, they will be isolated for a minimum of 10 calendar days based on the recommendations from the OCHD. All families in that classroom will receive a letter regarding the positive case. The letter also reminds recipients to monitor their child's health closely and if he/she begins experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, stay home, consult your medical provider and get tested for COVID-19.
Daily Health Checks
- Headache Sore throat
- Runny Nose
- Nausea or Vomiting
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle of Body Aches
- New loss of smell or taste
If your child has any of these symptoms, please err on the side of caution and keep them home until their symptoms subside. We appreciate your partnership as we continue to work together to keep our community healthy and safe! Health and Safe!
- Masks are required in all of our schools and facilities.
- Masks are required on our buses.
- Masks are not required outside (ex. recess).
- Masks are not required while eating or drinking.
- Mask Breaks: Please note that teachers will take their classes outside for periodic mask breaks throughout the school day.
District Protocols: You can also refer to the district FAQ document for more information.
Water Bottles: Please remember to send your child to school with a reusable, plastic water bottle. Our drinking fountains are closed. Refilling stations are still open.
Medication at School
Register directly through CW3 Soccer at: www.cw3soccer.org/fall.
CW3 Soccer - Fall 2021 - Boys and Girls ages 4-18
Follow Community Education on Facebook to stay up-to-date on fall events. We are looking forward to seeing you at one of our After-School Adventures programs, youth recreation leagues and youth/adult enrichment classes. Visit our Class Listings page for more info!
Breakfast & Lunch Information
2021-2022 Student Voluntary Accident Insurance
Karen Clark, Principals Secretary
Kim Waling, Building Secretary
Main Office: 248-956-4100
Attendance Line: 248-956-4190
Prime Time Care: 248-956-4199