Let’s celebrate National Children’s Book Week! From April 29 – May 3, make extra time in your schedule to read your favorite books as a family. Also be sure to dress up each day to celebrate the occasion! See daily schedule.
Elementary School (related)
Kids: Let’s get ready for another night of fun and games! Parents: Enjoy a night out!
- When: Saturday, April 27 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.
- Where: Oostburg Elementary School
- Who: Kids ages 5-12
- Cost: $20.00 per child (price includes pizza, cookies and drinks)
High school Spanish students will entertain your children with movies, crafts, games, face-painting, and more!
Please register and pay in advance at Oostburg Elementary or High School by Friday, April 26. We must have a registration form on file (Registration Form link: https://bit.ly/2tdflCs)
Call Beatriz Anderson at OHS with any questions (564-2346 ext. 1130).
*Proceeds go to the Oostburg High School Spanish students to help in the cost of their trip to Costa Rica in June. We appreciate your support in our fundraising.
Are your children having trouble starting or completing tasks? Are they having difficulty with organization or following directions? Mrs. Kristin Stapel, Elementary Reading Specialist, and Mr. Ray Wolf, School Psychologist, are offering a brief introductory class for parents on executive functioning. The class is focused on what executive functioning is, why it’s so important, and what parents can do at home to continuously develop it in their kids.
It is a 45-minute class, planned at the beginning of the day (8:30-9:15) on April 9th and May 14th, and at the end of the day, (2:45-3:30) on April 11th and May 14th. Child care is available for both of the afternoon sessions. RSVP for one of the classes at Kristin.Stapel@oostburg.k12.wi.us or by calling the OES Office at 564-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0SdAllS7Lw This Slamtastic Community Event is Hosted By: The 2019 Colorado H.O.G. Trip Team Proudly sponsored by: Wenig Funeral Homes, Oostburg Lumber, Ongna Wood Products, Inc., Advanced Comfort, Randall & Margaret Roethel,
This Slamtastic Community Event is Hosted By: The 2019 Colorado H.O.G. Trip Team
Proudly sponsored by: Wenig Funeral Homes, Oostburg Lumber, Ongna Wood Products, Inc., Advanced Comfort, Randall & Margaret Roethel, Midwest Tops, Wensink Heating & Cooling, Nyhof Seamless Gutters, Schreurs ,HVAC Services, United Building Supply, Buyze & VerVelde Concrete, Judi’s Place, Roethel Electric, Wynveen Realty, Mentink’s Piggly, Wiggly, Stecker Construction, Thrivent Financial, Auto Enterprise, Oostburg Financial Services, Oostburg Pizza Ranch, Bruggink’s Inc., Detroye Electric, Wittneben Auto Service, Oostburg Seamless Gutters
(Saturday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Oostburg High School
410 New York Ave Oostburg WI
Due to the unusually high number of weather related school cancellations we will be making several adjustments to our published school calendar for March, April, and May. The Department of Public Instruction requires specific hours of instruction annually for all public schools. In order to meet those requirements and continue working toward our district goals, we will be making the following changes:
March 1st will be a regular student day. This day had been designated for teacher professional development.
Early Release dates on March 13, April 3, May 1, and May 24 will now be full student days – not early release.
Teacher professional development time has been instrumental in moving us toward our district goals and efforts to fulfill our mission ensuring all students are learning at high levels. Academic benchmarks provide evidence that Oostburg students are realizing unprecedented achievement placing us alongside the top schools in our state when considering ACT composite scores – the primary measure connected to our academic goals.
We believe that teacher professional development time provided through early release days and inservice continues to be a primary factor in our success. During these days teachers meet vertically across grade levels, refining our curriculum through very intentional collaboration. Designing rigorous and relevant learning experiences for students is enhanced when teachers work together across grade levels to examine student work. Due to the changes, the teaching staff will continue their collaborative work outside of the scheduled professional development time
As critical as our collaborative learning time has been, this winter has presented challenges which have resulted in an unusually high number of missed student contact days. We appreciate your understanding as we address this missed time. We hope this is an unusual winter. We also appreciate the flexibility from our teaching staff as they adjust their schedules in the months ahead so their collaborative work can continue outside of the time originally scheduled.