Parent talk with staff at the August 24 Open House.
9/3: Labor Day – no school
9/17: Professional Development Day—no school for students
10/8: Professional Development Day—no school for students
11/2: Parent/Teacher Conferences—no school for students
Middle schoolers listen as Ms.Robbins tells a story.
Thank you for the privilege of assisting you with the education of your student(s). Please continue to partner with us by…
Keeping your contact information current in Jupiter.
Contacting appropriate staff with your questions and concerns. Please contact teachers about attendance, the principals about curriculum and policies, the business manager about operations, and the chaplains about personal counseling.
Thank you, families, for partnering with us to equip your children to walk with God and impact the world for Him. This school year brings with it numerous exciting changes that will help your child grow and learn more. I hope this school year brings more opportunities to deepen the partnerships between our school, our families, and our community.
Some of the exciting new things in elementary include…
New science curriculum (K-5) that encourages a hands-on approach to learning and investigation; for more information about FOSS kits and the Next Generation Science Standards, please go to https://www.fossweb.com/what-is-foss
Standards based report cards that help families know how to best support their children.
Playground structures and campus improvements to increase safety and student enjoyment.
New lunch program that meets the individual needs and preferences of students.
Ways you can partner with us…
Do you have an idea for a learning trip? We’d love to hear it!
Volunteer with PTF to help in the classroom, with special events, and more.
Meet 3 of our new teachers (left to right): Andrew Logan (grade 3), Anna Lyons (grade 2), and Lindi Barkman (grade 4).
I’m excited about having students back at OCSI! We count it a privilege to assist you with the education of your student(s). Through our accredited, Christ-centered K-12 program, we will work to equip your student(s) to:
Remembering that while parents/guardians are responsible for students in situations away from school, continued public disregard for the school’s standards will result in administrative intervention and possible expulsion (Board Policy B220.127.116.11).
Contacting appropriate staff with your questions and concerns. Please contact teachers about attendance, the principals about curriculum and policies, the business manager about finances, and the chaplains about personal counseling.