Newsletter March 2020
Washington Elementary School
March 2 - Registration for Summer School Begins
March 2-6 - Read Across America Dress Up Days
March 11 - Early Release
March 19 - PTO Meeting
March 23-27 - SPRING BREAK!
DRESS UP DAYS! MARCH 2ND-MARCH 6TH
Monday - Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book
Wear comfy clothes or pajamas!
Tuesday - The Cat in the Hat
Wear stripes or your favorite hat!
Wear mix-matched clothes and wacky hair!
Thursday - My Many Colored Days
Wear all of your favorite colors!
Friday - Fox in Socks
Wear crazy socks!
Summer School Registration
The Oshkosh Area School District (OASD) is putting the final touches on an exciting summer school program for 2020. Elementary courses will be held at Jefferson, Oaklawn, and Carl Traeger schools. Busing will be available for elementary students only and at limited pickup/dropoff sites based on summer school location.
Course registration will be available online through Infinite Campus beginning March 2, 2020 and will be open through March 20, 2020. Detailed course information about all course options including special camps and registration instructions will be sent at a later date through email and your parent portal and will be available on the OASD Summer School Webpage.
Elementary Summer School Instruction (grades 4K-5)
Locations: Jefferson Elementary, Oaklawn Elementary, Carl Traeger
Dates: June 15 - July 09 , Monday through Thursday
Times: 8:30 - 10 a.m. and 10 - 11:30 a.m.
The OASD Summer School phone number is 920.424.4092 ext: 2693. email@example.com. Please call if you have any questions and leave a voicemail for someone to get back to you in a timely manner.
A Letter from our Counselor...
Please click HERE to see a letter from Mrs. Brown regarding Protective Behaviors!
Something is very wacky at Washington! Every Friday in 3rd quarter the staff will be dressed up as a theme that is a surprise to students. Students will have the chance to guess the theme to win some prizes, and our older students get to vote for the best dressed staff member. On Monday mornings, student winners will be called down to the office to claim their prize!!
IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR...
In order to promote a healthy environment at school for your children, we ask that you be particularly alert to the beginning signs of illness in your child. Keeping them home during an illness until they are completely well will help prevent spread of illness to others in the school. The following are some symptoms to watch for:
- Thick mucus from the nose
- Persistent, productive cough or persistent sneezing
- Fever of 100.0 or higher
- Toothache or tenderness
- Nausea or vomiting or diarrhea
- Swelling of jaw
- Excessive Drowsiness
- Red eyes or discharge from eyes or ears, earache
- Sore throat
- Persistent abdominal discomfort
- Any rash that is not normal
If your child has any of these symptoms at school, you may be contacted. You will be expected to make arrangements to pick your child up from school as soon as possible. An emergency telephone number where parents can be reached either at home or work must be on file at the school. Please update any number changes or corrections via the parent portal. Children may not return to school within 24 hours of a fever. To assist us in providing the best possible care for your child at school, please keep us informed of any changes in your child’s health status-including medication changes, allergies, etc., by contact our school health office: Marni Noldin via email firstname.lastname@example.org.