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Celebrate OCSI’s sports program

OCSI wins dragon boat race!

On May 5, OCSI participated for the first time in the 43rd Naha dragon boat race. Pioneered by Elementary Principal, Brad Jernberg, OCSI’s team brought home their first trophy!

It was an amazing team-building effort that gathered parents, students, and teachers together. In addition, many had the opportunity to share OCSI’s mission and purpose with others in the community.  This event was created to continue on our theme of building unity and share the great things that are happening at OCSI:

Romans 15:5-6 May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you the same attitude of mind toward each other that Christ Jesus had, so that with one mind and one voice you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.

We used the rally term of 団結 – danketsu, which means UNITED. Teachers, students, family members and school board members made up our team.

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Students celebrate learning at Authors’ Tea

At today’s Authors’ Tea at Sera En, 3rd grade reading fair winners were recognized, and 4th and 5th graders presented books they had written and published. The event, attended by parents, included a picnic lunch.

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What a great view!

What’s been happening in middle school?

Middle School Happenings: 


Good things have been happening in middle school!

  • 6th graders started adolescence classes, where they discuss the many important changes that will occur over the next several years.
  • 7th grade math class created “math mobiles” to represent geometric shapes.
  • 8th grade science students had the chance to dissect grasshoppers and frogs.

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