4:30 PM - 7:00 PM Story-Con Literacy Block Party
Dear Oakwood Families:
Fall is here and winter will be approaching. Most students like to wear sweaters as an added layer of comfort, but please ensure that your child comes to school dressed in a uniform sweater. Acceptable uniform sweaters for Oakwood Avenue Community School include a sweater vest, crew neck sweater, button down sweater or zipper front sweater. Hoodies, cow neck hoodies and pullover sweatshirts are not considered uniform sweaters and must be placed in lockers/cubbies before the start of the school day and remain there until the end of the day. By October 30th, all students choosing to wear a sweater in the building must have on the school uniform sweater. Please see acceptable options below and plan accordingly.
Thank you for your support.
~The OACS Family~
May 2018 Calendar
*Orange Public Schools Required Dress*
The Orange Township Public School District adheres to a dress code policy.
The Orange School District supports access by parents/guardians, teachers, students and administrators to informational resources that will improve participation in a child’s education and improve communication between students, parents/guardians and the student’s teachers.
The Orange School District manages student information electronically and will make the student education records available for viewing only to authorized parents/guardians and students with a secure connection over the Internet. This service is offered to all current and active parents/guardians of students in the Orange School System. Information accuracy is the joint responsibility between schools, parents/guardians, and students. Each school will make every attempt to ensure information is accurate and complete. If a parent/guardian discovers any inaccurate information, parent/guardian will notify their school immediately and provide proof of the inaccurate information.
The New Jersey Student Learning Assessment for Science (NJSLA-S) measures student proficiency with the New Jersey Student Learning Standards for Science. The science standards require assessment tasks that examine students’ performance of scientific and engineering practices in the context of cross cutting concepts and disciplinary core ideas.
Test Dates: May 30 & 31, 2018
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PreK visits Kindergarten
Field Trip for
Grades 1 & 2
May 6 - 12
Teacher Appreciation Week
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Board of Ed. meeting
Progress Reports sent home
Staff Professional Development
Oakwood Spring Arts Festival
May 30 - 31
NJSLA Science Test
Last day for After-school Programs