Otsego Elementary Extra
Principal's Weekly Update - May 6, 2016
Preschoolers enjoying playing in a band for dramatic play
4th Graders learning about snap circuits in Science.
2nd Graders enjoying chips and salsa to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
OES Extended Care SUMMER 2016 registration open.
The Summer Program will begin on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 and will conclude on Friday, August 12, 2016. Summer hours are 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Our program will be closed July 4, 5 and 6 for the 4th of July holiday.
Registration information is available on the Otsego Schools website www.otsegoknights.org , and is also available in the Elementary Office, as well as from Program Supervisors. Registration paperwork must be complete and submitted to the program before your child can participate.
There is a $10.00 per family registration fee and the hourly rates are $3.00 for the first child, $1.50 for the second and $1.00 for the third, with a minimum of one hour per session. All field trip costs are extra and are expected to be paid prior to the date of the field trip. Certain field trips will have a minimum number of registrations required 2 weeks prior to the date of the field trip and will be subject to cancellation if the minimum is not met. The program does not have provisions for students not wishing to attend field trips. If your child is in attendance on a field trip day they will accompany the program on the field trip and you will be billed the hourly rate plus fees. Every effort is made to return to the Elementary Building by 4:00 p.m. on field trip days.
Children enrolled in the program must bring a packed lunch each day and snacks if they choose. No cafeteria service is available during the summer. Children may also bring breakfast to eat upon arrival if they choose.
Please remember that students are active all day long and must wear tennis shoes or sneakers for their safety. Students engage in many activities including: daily reading, journal writing, use of the playground, periodic walks to Centennial Park for lunch and play, board games, card games, science experiments, making silly putty and play-doh, various arts and crafts, weekly swimming at Grand Rapids Pool, weekly library visits , several bowling trips, Imagination Station, the Toledo Zoo, sidewalk chalk and bubbles, and water games in the courtyard, every other Monday is Movie Monday with popcorn, just to name a few. Please see the calendar of activities for more details.
Our trained and qualified staff look forward to helping your child have an enjoyable summer experience.
If you have any questions please email Crystal Stough at email@example.com or leave a message at 419-823-4381 ext. 4408.
Kindergarten Field Trip to the farm
THird Grade Field Trip to the Zoo
Goodwill Donation Drive (Also benefiting Otsego Clothing Closet) May 2-6
This week we participated in the Goodwill Donation Drive. It was great to see our students wanting to help others and recycle in this unique way! The classroom that donates the most bags will win a pizza party! Official totals will be reported next week.
Grades 3, 4, & 5 will receive their yearbooks on Monday, May 9th. Grades K, 1, & 2 will receive their yearbooks on Tuesday, May 10th. Preschool will receive them throughout the week.
For more information on school-wide programs & the Elementary Counseling program, visit Miss Mikesina's Website at http://oesknightscounselor.weebly.com/
Be sure to order your school supply kits for the 16-17 school year by May 31st
The Family Fun Day at the Mud Hens is Rescheduled for May 15th
Defiance College Basketball Camp
May 11 - 2 Hour Delay - Teacher Inservice
May 16-17 - Field Day
May 17 - Kindergarten Graduation - 7pm
May 19-20 - Field Day Rain Dates
May 24-25 - Air Extreme Behavior Reward
May 27 - Last Day for Students
August 10 - Back to School Days, 2pm-8pm
August 11 - Back to School Days, 12pm-6pm
August 18 - OES Open House, 6pm-7pm
August 22 - First Day of School for students in grades 1-12
August 25 - First Day of School for Preschool and Kindergarten
SAVE ALUMINUM CAN TABS
Please help our students by collecting tabs from aluminum cans. Each tab is easy to remove and can be donated to the Ronald McDonald House. The tabs help fund various projects for Ronald McDonald Houses and its visitors. Send the tabs in a bag to the school and our students will do the rest!
SAVE BOX TOPS AND CAMPBELLS SOUP LABELS
You can help the school earn money for supplies by collecting Box Tops and Campbells labels from soup, juices and snacks. Our PTO collects and counts them and puts the money straight back into the school.