October 1, 2019
Happy Rosh Hashanah!
Prospective Kindergarten Students for August 2020
If you have a child or know a family with a child who will be starting Kindergarten next school year, (2020), and would like them to attend Oasis Elementary, we are accepting applications at this time. Please complete the forms on our web site (scroll all the way down and locate the heading, 2020-2021 Kindergarten Lottery and Wait List Packet and bring these completed documents, along with all other required documents, to our OES office.
Lottery enrollment runs through October 25th, 2019, at which time, it will be determined if a lottery will be necessary. It is important to submit your completed applications to Oasis Elementary by October 25th. Applications received after that time will be put on a waiting list.
Lunch Visitors in the Cafeteria
First Quarter: September 26- October 11
Kindergarten: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
1st Grade: Tuesday and Friday
2nd Grade: Monday and Friday
3rd Grade: Tuesday and Wednesday
4th Grade: Wednesday and Thursday
5th Grade: Wednesday and Thursday
A Message from Coach Arroyo and Tabaka....Our First K-2 Family Fitness Event
During P.E. class we have been talking about the five components of health related fitness. Please come and join us with your child for our 1st Family Fitness Night. Parents are encouraged to participate in the class with your child! We will have an energizing exercise class with information on the importance of exercise and good nutrition.
Details are listed in the image above and the attachment below this article.
Please register your family using this link. (Space is limited. Only the first 40 sign ups will be able to participate) As of this edition of the Panther Press, here are still a few spaces left, if you would like to attend.
Money raised will go towards new PE equipment
Due to the maximum capacity of the café, space is limited so reserve your spot today on the Google link above. Additional information, including payments, will be given to families who register before capacity has been met.
Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you at the event!
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This week at OES...
Schools Closed (Rosh Hashanah) Monday, 9/30
Eco Club: Wednesday, 10/2
Oasis Singers: Thursday, 10/3
K-Kids Meeting: Thursday, 10/3
STUDENTS SHOULD BE AT 100% OF THEIR AR POINT GOAL .
Drama Rehearsals: Monday, 10/7
Golf Squad Fall Session: Monday, 10/7
Leadership Club: Tuesday, 10/8
Drama Rehearsal: Tuesday, 10/8
Governing Board Meeting: Tuesday, 10/8 at 5:30
Drama Rehearsals: Wednesday, 10/9
K-2 Family Fitness Night: Wednesday, 10/9 6:00 pm
Oasis Singers: Thursday, 10/10 7:15 AM
OES Scholastic Book Fair Family Night: Thursday, 10/10
OES PTO Meeting: Thursday, 10/10 6:30
End of Quarter 1 is OCTOBER 11th.
Professional Duty Day (No school for students): 10/14
Four Schools, One Vision
Drop Off and Pick Up Reminders
AM Car Line: Cars should NOT line up before 7:50 AM. Our OES cars hinder the OMS car line.
Starting Thursday morning, we will have extra personnel out in the morning, while we introduce a new traffic flow for our teachers, who sometimes get caught in the parent car line, which makes it difficult for them to get to their parking lot and get to school on time. This change will not impact parents waiting in the car line.
PM Car Line: Cars should NOT line up before 3:15.
Please do not honk at car line- this encourages students to run out before all traffic has stopped
Remind your students to stay behind the yellow lines for arrival and pick up. This ensures that they are a safe distance from the vehicles.
Day Care Vans- If your child takes a daycare van in the afternoon, parents need to communicate absences or changes in dismissal with the daycare as well as the school.
PTO & Cape Coral Municipal Charter School Foundation
A Message from the Foundation...
The Cape Coral Charter School Foundation invites you to a 70's disco party fundraiser with proceeds benefiting all four schools. Please view this flyer for more information.
Trunk or Treat is October 24th. Please see the Friday Flyer for more information.
If you are looking for more information, please read the Fall Newsletter for event dates and other information.
A Message from Our Box Tops Coordinator...
Please do NOT use your phone in the car line, especially as you approach students and staff. We need 100% of your focus and attention to keep everyone safe. Thank you for your help.
Early Dismissal and Transportation Changes
●If your student needs to have a dismissal change email: OES.DismissalChanges@oasishs.org
●If a student needs to be picked up from the front office prior to dismissal time, they must be picked up before to 2:45. No dismissals will be made after this time.
Out of Field Teachers
Altini, Janet- Gifted
Arroyo, Esmeralds -ESOL
Brook, Teresa- Gifted
For more information, read the Out of Field letter posted attached below.