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  • For all absences and late arrivals, press 1 to leave a message. Please call by 9:30 A.M. For all transportation changes, press 2 to leave a message. Please call by 2:00 P.M. If calling after 2:00 P.M., please call the office directly at #317-867-6400 and press 2.

    Oak Trace News Week of March 25, 2019 • lynchr@wws.k12.in.us • (317) 867-6400

    Message from Mrs. Lynch Happy Friday! We have had a great week learning and understanding various disabilities. Special thanks to Joseph Maley DisABILITY Awareness program! After Spring Break I will be accepting letters with your child’s learning style and information that might be helpful for classroom placement next year.

    I hope everyone enjoys a great Spring Break! Just a reminder there is no school tomorrow. Boiler Up!

    Mrs. Lynch  

    WHAT’S HAPPENING...

    “From Little Acorns Mighty Oaks Grow”

    ● March 29th- Spring Break Begins ● April 11th- Economan Program 3rd Grade

    Attendance Line 317-867-6401

    Preston Harrell as Principal for the Day!

    Hi! My name is Preston I am 7 years old. I am principal for the day. I am in 1st grade in Mrs. Cox’s class. I like IU, Legos, and my favorite food is pizza. My last name is Harrell. I like to play tag and love to go to Kentucky. My best friend is Garrett. I am really good at math and reading. My favorite animals are tigers and meerkats. My favorite book is Dog Man Unleashed. Nice to meet you and I hope you enjoy your spring break.

    Pack 129 Arrow of the Lights

  • Kindergarten: STEM Challenge: Legos, Pattern Blocks, & Playdough Shapes

    1st Grade: Code.org 2nd Grade: Ozobots

    3rd Grade: Simple Machines 4th Grade: Project Lead the Way:

    Collisions

    PE ● 3rd and 4th grade students will

    begin roller skating after spring break. Be sure to wear thick

    socks and comfortable clothes. ● 1st-4th grade mark your

    calendars for May 16th which is our annual Fitness Fun field

    day!

    Music

    STEM Media We continued with another week of Makerspace since they had so much fun, last week, and their time was limited because I had to explain each Makerspace “station” to them! I was able to purchase several new Makerspace “activities” with money from Savor Westfield! The special area teachers were given some of the proceeds to buy needed supplies for their areas! Thank you to our awesome PTO for sharing! The students are having a BLAST!

    Art K:Visual Alphabet

    1st:Elizabeth Goluch paper Mache Bugs

    2nd: Wendy Blackwell Still Lifes 3rd: Picasso portraits

    4th: peter Anton Clay Food

    “BONUS” Visiting Author Visit for K-2 Students Since we have been so successful with our Scholastic Book Fairs...we have been offered to host author/illustrator Luke Flowers to Oak Trace on Friday, April 12th! He is best known for his Moby Shinobi books, which are Level I readers! The illustrations and stories are captivating to our younger readers! I will be sending home more information on Monday, April 8th about his visit and how you

    can purchase one of his Moby Shinobi books for his to sign while he is at our school! In the meantime, feel free to look up his books at

    www.lukeflowerscreative.com. Also, the order form is attached to this newsletter if you need a new copy! Your child received a paper copy earlier this

    week! Thank you and have a great Spring Break Week!

    http://www.lukeflowerscreative.com

  • All Aboard 11:05-11:35 Kdg. 11:30-12:00

    1st 11:45-12:15 2nd 12:05-12:35

    3rd 12:45-1:15 4th 12:25-12:55

    *To deposit money into your child’s lunch account: www.schoolpaymentportal.com

    The following students have passed Math Challenge:

    K grade: James C., Zance C., Braelyn P., Shelby P., London L., and Alexander W.

    1st grade: Madilynn L..,

    2nd grade:.

    3rd grade: Henry B.

    4th grade:

    Lunch times are to the right. PLEASE carefully review the Lunchroom Procedures prior to coming to lunch. Just a reminder that in order to attend lunch you MUST be in the system as a Safe Visitor: https://secure.safevisitorsolutions.com/s afe/volunteer/003471/voluntee Please be considerate of others when you visit. Students may only ask ONE friend to join them at the visitor table, and if it is an especially busy day students may NOT have a friend join. Please make space for other visitors if it is a busy day! Thank you!

    The Cafeteria...

    Oak Trace Lunch Times

    https://secure.safevisitorsolutions.com/safe/volunteer/003471/voluntee https://secure.safevisitorsolutions.com/safe/volunteer/003471/voluntee

  • ILearn - ILearn is the new state assessment that replaces ISTEP. Third and fourth graders will take it later this year. Please note the upcoming dates for testing. If at all possible, please try to avoid scheduling appointments or vacations during these days. We try to schedule tests for the mornings if possible. Please see the attached page for more information regarding ILearn.

    3rd grade - ILearn/NWEA April 22 - May 10 4th grade - ILearn/NWEA April 22 - May 14

  • Have a fantastic Spring Break! Please consider donating your gently used leggings and

    sweatpants to the nurse’s clinic! We are especially in need of both girls’ and boys’ sizes 6-8. Thank you! Mrs. Oaks (317) 867-6405 or oaksa@wws.k12.in.us

  • Dear Parents,

    I’m excited to tell you about a very special program I’m coordinating at our school in conjunction with Crayola. It’s called Crayola ColorCycle – an amazing program devised to repurpose used markers rather than sending them to landfills!

    The ColorCycle program has repurposed more than 70 tons of expended markers in the United States and Canada since 2013, and uses the most advanced plastic conversion technologies available today to make wax compounds for asphalt and roofing shingles as well as to generate electricity that can be used to heat homes, cook food, and power vehicles.

    All around Oak Trace Elementary, students and teachers will be collecting used markers that are ready to be discarded. Please help support our efforts by sending your kids in with any used markers you may have around the house- even non-Crayola brands! Highlighters and dry erase markers can also be included. Drop-off boxes will be located around the school for your child to deposit the markers.

    Thank you in advance for participating! With the help of parents like you across the country, the Crayola ColorCycle program can continue to keep tons of plastic out of landfills each year.

    Remember, don’t throw out that used marker—ColorCycle it!

    Sincerely,

    Ashlie January – PTO President

    Learn more at http://www.crayola.com/colorcycle

  • SHOE DRIVE! WHO? DSDN – DOWN SYNDROME DIAGNOSIS NETWORK

    WHAT? SHOE DRIVE – OLD OR NEW!

    TENNIS SHOES/SNEAKERS GREATLY NEEDED!

    WHEN? MARCH AND APRIL

    WHERE? OAK TRACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    Did you know that in the USA, at least 200,000,000 pairs of shoes end up in landfills each year? These shoes take 30 to 40 years to decompose. And yet, there are over 600,000,000 people in the world without a pair of shoes! By participating, you’ll help keep shoes out of landfills while also putting shoes on the feet of less fortunate people across the world in places such as the Caribbean, Central America, South America, West Africa, and Europe. Your old shoes will make a huge difference. By participating we work together to recycle, reuse and raise money for a great organization.

    So, what is the DSDN? It is an internet-based 501(c)(3) charity. The mission of the Down Syndrome Diagnosis Network is to connect, support, and provide accurate information for families with a Down syndrome diagnosis. Our vision is to ensure families have unbiased and factually accurate diagnosis experiences, every time, through which families quickly know they're not alone.