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SCHOOL HOURS

over 2 years ago

Monday-Thursday

TK & Kindergarten    8:30 - 2:00pm

1st - 3rd   8:30 - 2:30pm

4th & 5th   8:15 - 2:30pm

Friday (Restructured Day Schedule)

TK & Kindergarten   8:30 - 1:10pm

1st - 3rd   8:30 - 1:10pm

4th & 5th   8:15 - 12:55pm

 

OFFICE HOURS

7:30am - 4:00pm

Every Day Counts! Miss School, Miss Out!
Please remember to call in your child's absence every day they are out.

You can call our 24 hour message line at (831) 475-2000 ext. 300.

Message from the Principal

25 days ago

Dear Parents,                                                                                                                               August 10, 2018

 

I am happy to welcome you to the 2018-19 school year at Live Oak Elementary. We are excited about the new year and deepening our relationship with you as partners in your child’s educational experience. Your active participation is essential to your child’s success in school, and we look forward to exploring how you can become more involved and participate in meaningful ways. The first day of school is Wednesday, August 22nd.  Class lists will be posted on Tuesday, August 21st in front of the school library at 5:00pm.

 

We encourage you to become involved in the following ways:

 

·       Sign up for one of two committees: ELAC (English Language Advisory Council) and the Home and School Club/School Site Council. For more information contact Maria, Anisa or me in the front office

475-2000 ext.200

 

·       Volunteer as yard or cafeteria supervisors, after and before school supervisors, classroom or office assistants, chaperones, etc.

 

·       Become a classroom Parent Leader!!

 

We also ask that you read and respond to school correspondence, keep in touch with your child’s teacher, and speak with your child each evening about their day and what they did.

 

If you plan on visiting the school often or volunteer on a regular basis, please come to the office to sign out a school badge. All visiting adults between 8:45 and 1:45 will be required to wear either a visitor’s sticker or badge, which are located in the school office.

 

A healthy diet is fundamental, especially for children. Healthy items you can send to school as snacks are; fruit, nuts, cheese, and whole grain products. Please do not send soda, Hot Cheetos, candy, gum, or other sweets or fast foods, this includes cookies, cupcakes and other baked goods.

 

The playground is supervised from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. PLEASE, do not drop your children off at school prior to 8:00.  After school supervision is provided for 15 minutes only after dismissal. Please pick up your child by 2:45 Monday – Thursday for grades 1 – 5 and by 2:15 for kinder children, on Friday grades 4- 5 by 1:10 and grades TK to 3 by 1:25.

 

GRADES                                    MONDAY – THURSDAY                   FRIDAY

Grades 4/5                                  8:15 – 2:30                                          8:15 – 12:55

Grades 1 – 3                               8:30 – 2:30                                          8:30 – 1:10

TK and Kinder                            8:30 – 2:00                                          8:30 – 1:10

 

To be successful your child needs to attend school everyday unless he/she is ill. If your child will be absent, please call 475-2000, ext. 200 by 8:00 a.m. You can leave a voicemail at anytime.

 

Sincerely,

 

Greg Stein

Principal Live Oak Elementary

Campus Visitors
We maintain a safe campus and need to know who is on campus at all times. All visitors on campus must come to the office first and sign in to receive a visitor's badge. This includes parents, grandparents, professional visitors, deliveries, etc.

Gates will be locked on school days from 8:30-1:45pm.

SCHOOL VISION & MISSION

3 months ago

Together, students, staff and parents create a positive, challenging and supportive learning community. We teach and model respect for self, others and our environment. A strong foundation in academics and participation in the arts are both highly valued. Students have the ability to problem solve and work independently and cooperatively within a social or academic group. Learning is viewed as a lifelong journey that is joyful and prepares students to become responsible and productive citizens of our world.