OES Panther Press

March 28, 2021

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Rally on the Green is Back!

The Foundation for the Oasis School System is excited to host our 8th Annual RALLY ON THE GREEN on Saturday, April 17th!

The "family fun" portion of the event has been postponed until next year but the 18 Hole and 9 Hole Golf Tournaments are in full swing! To register visit, https://www.capecharterfoundation.com/rally-main-page

For the non-golfers in the community, we have an online auction with a number of prizes! Over $8,000 in prizes including vacation stays and priceless experiences with teachers from Oasis.
Be sure to check it out! https://www.32auctions.com/2021rallyonthegreen
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Class Pictures This Week

You have another opportunity to purchase a class picture using the link below. The deadline to order is 4/3/21.


The classroom teacher will advise the date your child's class is scheduled to have the picture taken (March 30 or March 31).


Reminder: Students must be in uniform.


https://myproimages.com/school/code/classphotos

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Arrival and Dismissal Reminders

While we are loading and unloading, please make sure your car remains in park in all car lines. .


Our AM car line has been moving quickly. Typically, by 8:10 AM we have moved more than 80 cars through the line. Some cars are lining up prior to 7:50 AM along Oasis Blvd. Please be sure to be courteous upon entering campus in the morning.


In the afternoon front car line, please do not wave, honk, or shout to ask your child to come to you without a staff escort. We instruct our students to wait for an adult, for safety reasons, but when their parent is calling to them, it can be confusing for our students.


If your child is a walker, but you are driving them to school in your vehicle, you must use our car line in the back. In the morning, the front of the school is only for buses and students who arrive as pedestrians or bike riders.


Thank you to our staff and our parents for keeping our car line safe for everyone.

Baked Goods Policy

Going forward, we are no longer requiring treats/food to be individually wrapped. Items must still be store bought and in individual servings (cupcakes, donuts, brownies, etc.). Staff will distribute with gloves.

Mind Up

This week our focus is Lesson 13: Expressing Gratitude. For more details, view the sample lesson.

FSA Dates Are Finalized

All students in grades 3,4, and 5 will be assessed on the Florida Statewide Assessments (FSA) in Math and Reading. Grade 5 will also be assessed on Science. Per the Florida Department of Education (FDOE), no remote administrations are available for any statewide summative assessments. All students will have to test while on campus. Please click here to see the dates and learn more details about testing this year. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.
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Important Dates for March/April

3/30-3/31 Class Pictures

4/2 No School

4/5 No School

4/17 Foundation's Rally on the Green Event

4/20-4/21 Grade 3 FSA Reading Assessment

4/22 Grade 4 and 5 FSA Writing Assessment

5/10-5/11 Grade 4 FSA Reading Assessment

5/12-5/13 Grade 5 FSA Reading Assessment

5/17-5/18 Grade 3 FSA Math Assessment

5/19-5/20 Grade 4 and 5 FSA Math Assessment

5/25-5/26 Grade 5 FSA Science Assessment

Dress Code Reminders

Since we are no longer experiencing cold weather, it is a good time for Dress Code Reminders.


JACKETS

Students may only wear jackets and/or sweatshirts in white, navy blue, or black. If a student is wearing a different jacket, other than described above, they will be asked to remove it.


Sneakers are required for safety reasons. Slip on sneakers are not permitted.


PANTS/SHORTS


Pants: Navy blue, black, or khaki uniform pants

Shorts, skorts, skirts, jumpers: Navy blue, black, or khaki uniform shorts*


Leggings may only be worn under uniform skirts. They must be solid color.


FRIDAY

Students may wear jeans with no holes and a spirit shirt. Non uniform shorts must still adhere to our dress code*.


*Bottom of the shorts, skorts, and jumpers must meet or exceed the length of the fingertip.



Students in violation of the dress code will be sent to the clinic to receive a change of clothes. These must be washed and returned in a timely manner. Students will receive three written notices to correct dress code violations. Students will receive a consequence for each violation thereafter.

Please DO NOT use glass items in lunch boxes.

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NEWS FROM OUR AMAZING PTO...

Congratulations to Mrs. Lee, this week's Staff Member of the Week!


New nomination link is below:

https://forms.gle/9qn2Rp2HZKd11be2A


The Easter Bunny will be visiting OES on March 31, for bus riders and April 1, for car riders.


Check out our PTO Calendar for all upcoming event!

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1CdCYDE3_8AdCT3lZqeYI-BeFGWOMO8ztDQ3jLkNZnoY/edit

School Zone

Please be mindful of the speed limit in school zones. Also, be aware that you can only utilize a hands-free device, while driving on school property and in a School Zone. This means texting and making calls without utilizing the hands-free option is subject to traffic citation.

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Fortify Florida

FortifyFL is a suspicious activity reporting tool that allows you to instantly relay information to appropriate law enforcement agencies and school officials.For more information on Fortify Florida, click here. There is also an app available for download. To submit a tip click here.