The Oakview Owlet
Oakview Elementary's Online Newspaper-For and By Students!
5th Grade Day By: Dakota Strutz
Charlotte Motor Speedway By Samuel Casey
Fun on Field Day By: Emma Bertrand
What I like about Oakview By: Kaitlyn McCall
This year at Oakview I really enjoyed it. I learned a lot of new things. I am looking forward to the new things I will get to learn next year. This year in 4th grade I had Mrs. Bolt as a teacher, and if could I would choose to definitely have her again. I would like to have her again because she taught me a lot of new things and she has encouraged me to do things that I thought I could never do. I loved how good she was at teaching math. If there was a best teacher award at teaching math she would probably get it. My switch teacher was Mr. Hoeft. He was a very good teacher too. He taught me a lot of things about the Civil War. He made class fun and his award would probably be telling jokes. I really enjoyed 4th grade and I hope 3rd graders will too.
What I Thought About My 4th Grade Year at Oakview By: Sarah Tervo
Talented Art Teacher, Ms. Page By: Allison Kim
Ms. Page is one of our art teachers here at Oakview Elementary. Besides teaching at Oakview, she has also taught in Charlotte, North Carolina, Conyers, Georgia, and Bowling Green, Kentucky. She hopes to do some more 3D projects in the future. Currently, time and space is limited. 3D structures are one of Ms. Page's favorite types of art. She enjoys anything that makes you think deeply. Ms. Page believes that creativity is important and hopes for Oakview to become a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics) school. As Albert Einstein once said, "Logic will get you from A to Z. Imagination will take you everywhere." Ms. Page's favorite tool to use is a pencil if not her hands. She is inspired to make art by just looking around. Things you use every day have something to do with an artist or designer.
Ms. Page likes to garden, swim, farm, fish, camp, bike, read, and do crafts. She has a 5th grade son named Sam here at Oakview. They have 3 dogs, 1 cat, 1 bearded dragon, 4 bunnies, and lots of fish. If you see her in the hallway, don't forget to thank her for being such a great teacher here at Oakview!
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