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Basketball Camp will be held June 13 – 15 from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. More information/registration form can be found here or can be picked up in the office.
Basketball camp will be held June 13 – 15 from 12:15 – 2:15 p.m. More information/registration form is available here or pick one up in the office.
Celebrate National Children’s Book Week (May 1-4) @ OES “One World, Many Stories”
Monday, May 1st – One World, Many Stories, especially at bedtime: Wear your pajamas today. Home connection – Read a bedtime story with your child.
Tuesday, May 2nd – One World, Many Stories, about food and exercise from all over the world: Wear your sweats or workout clothes today. Home connection – Exercise and go for a walk with your child.
Wednesday, May 3rd – One World, Many Stories, no matter where you live and what you grow up to be: Wear something that tells about your future dreams (ie. profession, college, etc.). Home connection – Read a story with your children about something they would like to do when they grow up.
Thursday, May 4th – One World, Many Stories, and what wouldn’t make a child happier than reading stories!: Wear bright, happy colors today. Home connection – Share with your child your favorite childhood story or book.
Friday, May 5th – No school but keep reading!!
* Students will be sharing the title of their favorite book during their library time which will be turned into a recommended summer reading list.
Help fund our 4th grade Oostburg DI team’s experience at Global Finals! In case you haven’t heard, “Ladies, Gents and Drama” will represent OSD in Tennessee. We have come so far and now we need a little extra boost.
There are two ways you can help:
- All school offices are accepting donations toward our efforts. Gifts in the form of checks can be made out to Oostburg School District.
- Support our Tamale Sale Fundraiser. Never heard of a Tamale Sale Fundraiser? We are DI, we think out of the box! Click for Details & Order Form.
Dance, Dance, Dance! OES K-5 students completed a week-long dance unit where they explored square, line, and circle/social dancing in their music, art, and PE classes. The gym was twirling with fun! (Click here for entire album.)
Last week, the Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students at Oostburg Elementary School were treated to a visit from Ronald McDonald. During this visit, the students learned about the importance of being an everyday leader. Ronald used some songs, magic tricks, and audience participation to help teach our kids how to LEAD. The kids learned the importance of Listening to others, setting a good Example, being responsible for their Actions, and how to Do their best. We had some very animated students participate and help Ronald get this message across.