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Box Tops for Education
Have you heard about our NEW BOX TOPS challenge? Want to show your school spirit?
Have a few minutes while the kids are doing their homework? Click on the logo above to learn more about the Box Tops for Education program. We can earn money on the things we already buy! We can also earn bonus box tops just by playing some fun games, too!
School of Choice Forms for 2016-2017 School Year
All School of Choice forms should be done online this year. A computer is available in our main office if you do not have online access at home.
***Please note - All current 5th grade families MUST complete this form
***Please note - All current 6th grade families MUST complete this form
Attention all parents! You should log in to AERIES to review your child's progress throughout the school year. Progress reports and report cards will not be mailed home. Your child's progress report is available online now. Teachers continue to update grades, including assessments, projects, and assignments on a daily basis. The semester will end on December 18th and you will be able to view the report card after 12-20-15. Please call the main office if you need help accessing AERIES.
White Oak After School Enrichment Opportunities
Academic Chess - Mondays after school (Cafeteria)
Sky High Dance - Tuesdays after school (MPR)
Young Rembrandts - Tuesdays after school (MPR)
Robotics - Wednesdays after school (Cafeteria)
LOOK WHO'S READING AT WHITE OAK...
Accelerated Reader - We are excited to honor our AR Stars of the Month for top points. Congratulations to all our winners and keep reading each month for a chance to be selected!
Spring Book Fair: March 1 - 4, 2016. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the White Oak PTA chairperson, Dawn George.
Homework Help is available at Simi Valley Public Library
Homework help is available every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3:30-5:30 (except school holidays and breaks) in the Children's Room. This is a drop in, first come, first served program for elementary school children who need help in any subject. High school and college student volunteers are ready to assist your child - free of charge. NOTE: parents must stay in the building while your child is being helped. Any questions, please contact Jodi Regan, Volunteer and Community Outreach Coordinator for SVPL, firstname.lastname@example.org or 805-526-1735 x 5015.