DRESS CODE IS STRICTLY ENFORCED
Please remember to refer to the dress code outlined in both the Student Planner and our school website. We ask that students do not wear shirts or sweaters that expose the midriff area. All blouses should have appropriate necklines and shorts should be long enough to be dignified. Please remember
COVERED, CONSERVATIVE AND CLASSY!
Students violating dress code will be asked to change into loaner clothes for the day.
School pictures were taken during registration in August. You may click on the following link to order pictures from South Coast Photographic: https://www.southcoastphotographic.com
Celebrate Birthdays at Oak!
Oak Scholarship Club has partnered with the McKenna Claire Foundation to help raise money for pediatric brain cancer research by shining a light on your special someone! Your $20 donation gets your student’s special birthday wish on the school marquee and helps fund much needed research.
Birthday Wish forms are available in the Oak office and online. Starting Monday, August 13th, you can also use the online link to donate and celebrate! Requests and payment for birthday wishes must be submitted To Mrs. Adair in the main office at least a week in advance. Read more about McKenna’s story at www.MckennaClairefoundation.org
The 2018-19 school year will end on Thurs., May 30, 2019 - The new school year schedule will include 2 additional school breaks: the full week of Thanksgiving and Feb. 18-22 in addition to the 2 week winter break and the 1 week spring break.
Welcome to Oak Middle School, home of the lions, where everyone is part of the “Pride.” Oak offers a wide array of both rigorous and relevant courses. Students in grades 6-8 are given opportunities to develop their skills to be collaborative, creative, innovative, and extraordinary. Our academic programs explore literature, mathematics, science, history, world language, art, music, drama, physical education, engineering, and robotics. With over 26 clubs on campus, we encourage our students to become involved in activities that include leadership, the arts, sports, and scholarship. In addition, our ASB and sixth-grade leadership help to coordinate school-wide events like spirit days and school dances.
Lunch periods are designed to allow students to have time to socialize with new and old friends. Friday lunches are filled with activities that usually get many of our students up and dancing in our amphitheater. Sixth graders have a separate lunch period, while 7th and 8th grade lunches are joined together.
We invite Oak parents to become involved and connected to the school culture. Opportunities to volunteer are available each week. We invite our parents to join our PTA and School Site Council. Volunteers are also used to help facilitate some of our school activities such as our Veteran’s Day Celebration, Pi Day, Lion Pride Lunches, track meets, and community events. We would love to have you join us.
Watch for our weekly “Lion’s Roar” newsletter that is sent via email every Sunday evening at 7:00 p.m. This is a great way to see what our students have learned during that week.
We are all excited to see familiar faces as well as meeting all our new students and families for the 2017-18 school year. If you have any questions, please feel free to phone our school office at 562-799 4740.
Hear Us Roar!
Principal, Oak Middle School