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Clover Park School District
Oakwood Elementary School
3230 85th St. S. Lakewood, WA 98499
(253) 583-5340

 
UPCOMING EVENTS

5/07/2013
Measurement of Student Progress
Grade 3 - Reading
Grade 4 - Math
Grade 5 - Math

5/08/13
Half Day/release
at 11:30
Professional Development

5/09/13
Measurement of Student Progress
Grade 3 - Math
Grade 4 - Writing 2
Grade 5 - Science

5-10-13
Special Assembly at 1:00


5/13/2013
Pierce Fire Department
Danielson - 12:30
Scott - 1:00
Colleran, Pernell - 1:30

5/15/2013
Pierce Fire Department Visit
Bourgaize - 12:30
Champagne - 1:00
Haymaker - 1:30
Jensen - 2:00



5/16/2013
Panoramic Picture at 8:00
Kindergarten Orientation
9:00-10:00
5th Grade Lochburn Visit
Family Art Night at 6:00

5/17/2013
Pierce Fire Department Visit
Bell - 12:30
Jarmon, Wells - 1:00
Budnick, Gernon - 1:30
O'Keefe - 2:00

5/22/2013
Half Day/release at 11:30
Professional Development







5/24-27/2013
No School
Memorial Weekend

5/30/2013
Pre-pay popcorn orders
Last day of After-School Program

5/31/2013
Volunteer Opportunity
12:00-2:00
Awards Assembly at 1:30
 

 Oakwood named 2012 School of Distinction

Welcome to our school!We are a community of learners holding high expectations for achievement, who continuously celebrate individual and collaborative success. Welcome to our team of champion learners!

Each student that attends our school is an Oakwood Champion and a Kid At Hope. No Exceptions! No Excuses!
Principal John A. Mitchell
Message from the Principal

Oakwood named 2012 School of Distinction
Oakwood Elementary is one of five schools in the Clover Park School District named as a 2012 School of
Distinction from the Center for Education Effectiveness.
- PDK – Phi Delta Kappa International
- AWSP – Association of School Principals
- AESD – Association of Educational Service Districts
- WSSDA – Washington State School Directors Association

The annual award recognizes schools that have made large improvements in Student Achievement. The honor is the direct result of a dedicated staff, student and parents working hard to achieve our potential.


The focus at Oakwood Elementary for the 2012-2013 school year is:

“Good, Better, Best,
Never let it Rest, until
Your Good is Better, and your Better is Best!”

The staff at Oakwood is committed to providing an outstanding and quality education to your son or daughter. We will work tirelessly to ensure that every one of our students achieves at their highest level possible. Our undivided attention is focused on our kids at every moment of the day so we can focus on our “Good, Better and Best” No, we will not let it rest until our Good is better, and our Better is the Best!
Every Child is capable of Success, NO Exceptions! No Excuses!

Please stop by and see me any time. I would enjoy the opportunity to talk with you about how you could get involved in our school. We have so many opportunities that it is impossible to not get involved.

Mr. John A. Mitchell
   
What Is Being Done About School Safety



The safety and security of all students and staff at Oakwood Elementary School is one of our most important priorities. Families trust schools to keep children safe during each and every school day as well as during all school sponsored events. Communities expect schools to be safe havens for children to learn and school employees to work. School buildings are key centers in each community: on any given school day in our country, over twenty percent of the United States population is attending a public or private school as a student or an employee. Children of all ages rely on and look to adults for protection from harm. Teachers and school staff must know what to do during an emergency to protect children so they can be safely returned to their families. Every school in our country is receiving information, guidance and resources on being prepared – in advance - for the possibility of a variety of potential school emergencies.

You should be reassured to know our Clover Park District Safety Committee has been working diligently to make our school as safe and secure as possible. Keeping your child and your school safe and secure is a total team effort with active, ongoing participation from each and every member of our School staff. Our goal is to ensure each and every child at Oakwood Elementary School can learn in a school environment that is safe and secure.

Oakwood Kindergarten Orientation:
Thursday, May 16th from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. Please come and learn about our outstanding Kindergarten
Program and meet our incredible teachers. Kindergarten registration will be open beginning the week of
May 13-17. Kindergarten is open to all students who will be (5) years old by August 31, 2013. Students must live within the Oakwood attendance area. Please, bring your child’s birth certificate, immunization record, and proof of address (ex: utility bill, rental contract) when you come.
 



 

KIDS AT HOPE Is an innovative concept which states and demonstrates that all children are capable of success, NO EXCEPTIONS!NO EXCUSES! Kids at Hope is not another program; it is first and foremost a belief system, supported by a cultural strategy and then enhanced by adults and supported by programs.

Kids at Hope Pledge

I am a Kid at Hope.

I am talented, smart & capable of success.

I have dreams for the future and I will climb to reach those goals & dreams everyday.

All Children are Capable of Success, No Exceptions!

Treasure Hunter's Pledge

As an adult and a Treasure Hunter

I am committed to search for all the talents, skills and intelligence

that exists in all children and youth.

I believe all children are capable of success,

No Exceptions!
 



 

 

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