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OCSI Elementary Blog Posts

We want our students to understand

At OCSI, we want our students to understand. We want our students to understand God, His world, and their place in it. More specifically, we want students to understand... That art communicates personal and cultural [...]

Check out our summer school finale

Watch our elementary school students perform a selection of songs they learned during summer school! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kd_wve5Z1cc&feature=youtu.be

Summer school is going well

Summer school students are learning and having fun! In the morning, students focus on reading and math. After lunch, they enjoy 4 specials: outdoor games, music, art, and computer. Says Sarah Turner, "Summer school is [...]

New textbooks have arrived

We're excited that new textbooks have arrived for Bible, English, health, and social studies! Textbooks are a valuable resource to help our students... Understand God, His world, and their place in it. Think critically and [...]

5th graders celebrate finishing elementary school

On June 7, the OCSI community joined with 5th grade students to celebrate their promotion ceremony. Those attending the ceremony enjoyed watching the student processional, listening to three student speeches, watching students receive their certificates, and [...]

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.  

Important Links

Student Handbook
After-School Childcare Program

Our Program

Our classes (except foreign language) are taught in English, and we use an American-style program that addresses the whole person, is Biblically based, recognizes all truth is God’s truth, emphasizes sharing the Gospel and discipleship, and encourages Biblical thinking and living.

Our elementary program includes Bible, core academics, specialist instruction (art, computer applications, Japanese language, music, physical education, library skills), and activities:

  • Year-round activity: chapel
  • Fall activities: walkathon, zoo trip (grade 1), cave visit (grade 3), Neo Park (grade 4), camp (grades 4-5)
  • Winter activities: Christmas program, kite day, character parade, aquarium visit (grade 2)
  • Spring activities: field day, kid city (grades 1-2), culture fair (grades 3-5), book fair (grades 3-5), authors’ tea (grades 4-5)

Communication

We post grades online, send home report cards, e-mail a newsletter once each month, and have conferences twice a year. We can be contacted by phone or e-mail.

Elementary Teachers

Aoki, Manami Japanese Language email website
Carpenter, Brad 5.1 email website
Cleek, Chelsea 3.2 email website
Daniel, Mattie 4.2 email website
Doerksen, Jerry 5.2 email website
Engbers, Brittany 3.1 email website
Fox, DeAnne 1.2 email website
Fox, Jim 2.2 email website
Fox, Madeline Aide email
Guiles, Melisa 2.1 email website
Lloyd, Carolyn Art email website
Lopez, Norah PE email website
Meredith, Jason PE email website
Metz, Katsumi Japanese Language email website
Reasoner, Linda Elementary Music email website
Roe, Andy Elementary Chaplain email website
Sorley, Lisa 4.1 email website
Turner, Sarah 1.1 email website
Woolery, Julie Literacy email website
Yabe, Hitomi Japanese Language email website