What’s Happening This Week?

Welcome Back Oakman students and families! We hope you all had a restful and enjoyable break.

This week’s events at Oakman,

Monday: Have a great 1st day back

Wednesday: Kindergarten Fieldtrip, Brainstormers assembly for all students . Parent Talk classes  start at 1 pm

Thursday: First day of MARCH READING MONTH

Friday: Dr. Suess’ Birthday, Jump Rope for Heart assembly.

What’s Happening This Week?

Greeting Oakman Families,

We hope you all enjoyed the snow day on Friday and stayed safe and warm. Get ready for another busy week before mid-winter break.

Here is a look at what is happening at Oakman this week:

WIDA Testing continues all week

Wednesday: Valentines Day – wear RED to school

Thursday: 4th grade field trip to the Symphony.

Friday: last day before mid-winter break

Students will return to school on Monday the 26th of February

Oakman Parent Literacy Workshop Tomorrow

Please join us tomorrow, Friday, February 9th, at 1:45 p.m in the cafeteria.

A few of our teachers will show you great strategies so that you can help your child at home.

Topics covered are:

  • 3rd Grade Reading Law
  • Technology at home
  • Make and Take question cubes
  • Fluency reading strategies

Light refreshments and snacks will be provided

Gift cards will be raffled out!

Celebrating our Student’s Success

We had a wonderful Celebration Ceremony today. Congratulations to all the award recipients. You should be proud of your hard work and accomplishments. Thank you to our amazing teachers and to our Oakman families for your attendance and support.

Student’s in attendance of ceremony while principal welcomes everyone

3rd Grade receiving awards

3rd Grade students proudly displaying their awards

4th grade students being recognized for their achievements

Three 3rd graders displaying their awards

5th grade students proudly display their awards

4th grade students being recognized for their achievements

5th graders accepting their awards

5th grade student displays principal award and Oakman mathematician awards

Kindergarten students proudly display their awards

5th grade teacher acknowledges her student’s achievements

Kindergarten students proudly display their awards

Kindergarten students accept and hold up their awards

1st grade students proudly display their awards

1st graders being recognized for their hard work

Late Start and Celebration Ceremony Tomorrow

Tomorrow is a LATE START DAY. School starts at 9:35 am. and breakfast will be served at 9:00 am.


Parents Please join us Tomorrow!!

We will be celebrating all our SUPER students during our CELEBRATION CEREMONY 

3rd, 4th and 5th Grade: 1:00 – 2:15

Preschool, Young 5s,Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd Grade: 2:30-3:30

We will celebrating Principal’s awards, Honor Roll, Oakman Mathematicians, Math Masters, Excellent Attendance, Most Improved and Bucket Fillers!

We hope to see you all 

What’s Happening This Week?

Greetings Oakman Families,

We hope you all had a wonderful weekend and are ready for a busy and fulfilling week.

This week WIDA testing will begin for many of our students. WIDA is a yearly assessment that monitors our students’ proficiency in the areas of reading, listening, writing and speaking in English. You can help your child by ensuring that he/she is getting enough sleep and eating a healthy breakfast each day.

Here is a look at what is happening at Oakman this week:


Late Start: All students start at 9:35am

Celebration Assembly: 3rd, 4th, 5th grade at 1pm

Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd grade at 2:30pm


Parent Literacy Workshop at 1:45pm

Have a Great week!!

Kindness Club Project

Oakman’s STAND (Kindness Club) is partaking in The Kindness Rocks Project. This project promotes random acts of kindness in the shape of painted rocks with inspirational words and messages.

Ask your children to explain to you the meaning of the Kindness Rocks Project. You may also view the attached video together.



The students have painted rocks and hidden them around the school. When students find a rock they may keep it, re-hide it, or leave it for someone else to find. Please encourage your children to paint and hide their own rocks. The goal of the group is simply to spread joy, kindness and brighten someone’s day and use kindness to combat bullying.

Not only is it fun to design and create these gorgeous rocks, students are able to learn the powerful skill of using words to inspire and motivate both themselves and others around them!

Thank you!

Oakman students painting kindness rocks.

Oakman students are proud of their work

Kindness rocks painted with positive and inspirational messages

Kindness rocks painted in bright colors and powerful messages.